September 21, 2018

Annie Rasmussen 2/11/32-9/16/18

Long-time RP resident, community personality dies at 86

“Talk of the Towns” columnist


Enjoying ribs

Brooklyn Ramos, 5, bites into a tasty rib from the "When Pigs Fly" booth at the North Bay BBQ Challenge held Saturday at the Rohnert Park Community Center. The event is an annual fundraiser for Love in a Shoebox, a program of SueCares, that provides homeless and foster care children in Sonoma County with a shoebox filled with goodies. Jane Peleti

Imitating major leaguers

Cal Ripken Lake Monsters Pee Wee team

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 Cougars triumph over Vikings

We’re in a good spot right now.


Pickleball - If you build it, they will come

The City of Rohnert Park has plans to reconstruct the four dilapidated tennis courts at Sunrise Park on the corner of Snyder and Rohnert Park Expressway into two public tennis courts and six pickleball courts.


Should school hours be changed?
I don't care