July 20, 2017

Cal Ripken’s U 10 team gets higher up nod

  • Cal Ripkin U 10 team will be moving on to regional tournament Photo by Jane Peleti

They get a ticket to play in Pacific Southwest Regional Tournament after winning state

The team will be traveling to Visalia next Sunday, where they will get a chance to play four games, where if they win the championship, they then will move onto the U 10 worldseries, according to Chris Vachini, team manager.


25th Annual Cotati Kids' Day Celebration

After filling their bellies with free pancakes sponsored by Church of the Oaks, children and adults lined up around downtown Cotati and  La Plaza Park, eager to see everything from fire trucks, to children’s singing groups, to Boy Scouts and baseball teams parading down the street. 

Rohnert Park water rates to rise with little to no resistance

Director of Public Works and Community Services, John McArthur, said the rate increase is vital for making much needed water utility improvements.

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2017 Cal Ripken Nor-Cal 12/70 State Champions

Also heading to Regionals from Rohnert Park are 9 Blue, they will be competing in West Valley, UT, 10 Blue will be competing in Visalia, CA and 12/60’s will be competing in Long Beach, CA.


Inspiring kids and adults to create

Weaver first became interested in using toothpicks as an art medium at nine years old, when his 4th-grade teacher, Sue Rathbun, introduced the idea as an art project.


Penngrove machines come alive July 8

Penngrove Power and Implement Museum volunteers have been sprucing up historic machines for many months now. You can see the results of their hard work Saturday, July 8, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., during their annual “Power Up” open house.


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