March 24, 2017

RP man arrested for attempted murder

SRJC student tried to kill his roommates

Jeremiah Harris, 26, jailed and being held on $1 million bail


RAFD names part-time fire chief

Leonard Thompson spent the first 35 years of his career with the Los Angeles Fire Department, which serves more than 4 million citizens over 471 square miles.

Padre Town Center changes hands

Bill Sumski of PBJ Real Estate Firm is the new landlord/owner of an old group of buildings known as Padre Town Center on Commerce Drive in Rohnert Park. 

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>> RP man busted for possession of meth >> CRPUSD schools now a safe haven for immigrant students >> Man arrested for attempted murder >> Reilani Peleti >> Seventh-graders in local schools to be taught CPR >> RP man arrested on drug possession charges >> Credo gets used to new digs at SMV >> New hands bring subtle changes to Sharing of the Green fundraiser >> RP rejects new self-storage facilities >> Body of missing woman found >> Missing Penngrove woman's body found in Marin County >> Credo crew marches to new home >> Cotati-reviews midyear budget >> RP man reported missing >> Bomb scare closes RCHS >> Man arrested after high-speed chase through 3 cities >> Man who led chase into SF caught >> Taking a pie in her grill >> RP votes to regulate vaping >> Cotati votes to host shopping cart race >> Artists ready for art show at library >> Suspected explosive device at RCHS >> Voice issues apology to school board, superintendent >> A bit of Uganda >> RP to replace old trees >> Bunkers at Foxtail set for repairs >> CRPUSD OKs two contracts >> Man busted for DUI after crashing into tree in RP >> Shameful time in history >> Council amends UDSP >> KRCB garners huge windfall from FCC auction >> Nonn expected to sue CRPUSD >> The Voice enters into 25th year >> A new look for SSU gym >> Sonoma County to take a look at immigration issue >> RP to conduct survey >> Man gets 11 years in prison for RP knife attack >> A crab feast at Community Center >> Cotati OKs water, sewer rate study >> RP adds seven to public safety >> Defibrillators proving to be invaluable assets >> Corrections


Rancho girls come up short

Rancho girls come up short


Spinning wheel nets big haul for RP woman

Kelly Scullion figured if she was very good at playing “The Wheel of Fortune,” from her living room couch, she may as well give it a try for real. And boy is she happy she made the decision to try to get on the long-running game show.


Last look at Tech murals

Last look at Tech murals


Do you feel our schools are prepared for a big emergency...such as a bomb threat?
Yes, the schools performed admirably during the last bomb threat.
No, you can never be prepared for something like that.
Im not sure, it depends on which school and whos in charge.