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Drunk driver hits four cars, one person goes to hospital  Uploaded September 17, 2017 12:00 am

Drunk driver hits four cars, one person goes to hospital

One the evening of September 16, around 7:34 p.m. The Rohnert Park Department of of Public Safety received many calls of an injury collision at the intersection of E. Cotati Ave. and Camino Colegio involving five vehicles.


Sonoma County reacts to DACA decision, shows unwavering support for ‘dreamers’

Those under protection of DACA, often called ‘dreamers’ for their determined effort of working towards a college degree or towards their own career path, coincidently make up a fairly good chunk of the Sonoma County population. 


Team John Henry participated in Giants Race fundraiser at AT&T Park

The team has raised $109,931.14 which means a research grant will be funded in memory of John Henry

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Kane rushes full speed

Rohnert Park Warriors Midget team pushes past members of the Ukiah Lions


Never forget

At 8:46 a.m. when the first plane flew into the World Trade Center during the September 11 terror attacks, several members of the Department of Public Safety payed tribute to those lost and affected by the events that occurred on September 11, 2001. They walked the 110 floors (the height of each of the twin towers) in full fire gear using the stair climbing machines at the Rohnert Park 24 Hour Fitness. It’s a small tribute to our brothers and sisters in New York and a testament of our dedication to the citizens of Rohnert Park. First responders all over the country make the ultimate sacrifice on a daily basis. This is our small way to show our commitment to our peers our department, and our community.  Photo courtesy of Chrissy Jackson


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