March 24, 2019

CRPUSD seeking a new superintendent

The Cotati-Rohnert Park Unified School District Board of Trustees is strenuously looking for a new superintendent of schools to lead its 5,800 students and 610 employees.

 

Cuts suggested for school district

The Cotati-Rohnert Park Unified School District’s budget committee met Mar. 7 for the fourth time since Jan. to prepare recommendations for balancing next year’s budget.

Cotati protests CASA compact

The Cotati City Council issued a stern protest by letter to the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC), architects of the CASA Compact, at their meeting Tues. evening to decry the organization’s proposed legislation which would result in a loss of local autonomy.

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Sports

Winding up for an out

She may not be on the pitcher’s mound, but Zoey Dolcini of the Rohnert Park Girls’ Softball Association Seawolves T-ball team, winds up to throw the ball to home base during their game against the...

Community

Transgender Day of Visibility

On Sun., Mar. 31, a Transgender Day of Visibility arrives in Courthouse Square at Santa Rosa.   This event will include a march and short presentations of speakers on various Transgender issues.  

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