December 16, 2018

Fresh faces on the CRPUSD board

  • New school board members, Leffler Brown, Chrissa Gillies and Joe Cimino were sworn in at the school board meeting on Tuesday at Technology Middle School's library prior to the start of the meeting. Photo by Jane Peleti

Some citizens said it is time to work for the future with the new board.

 

 RP swears in new council member

“Somebody asked me what I wanted people to remember me for. I said that if they remember I served at all then that will be enough,” Ahanotu said.

Cotati Council reshuffles seats

My whole reason for running was to make this city a great place for my family and others to live in. I still believe in that,  Dell’Osso said.

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Sports

Cougars lose grip in final minutes

Rancho Cotate held on until they could hold no longer Thurs., Dec. 6 in a varsity girls’ soccer loss, 2-1, against the San Rafael Bulldogs. 

Community

American Sign Language and police departments

As someone that just recently learned of police officers going to school to learn sign language, curiosity took over to find out if the local police and sheriff departments even had such a program.

Poll

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