April 27, 2017

Sonoma State University equestrians jump with joy on their way to Kentucky

  • Sonoma State University Equestrian team Suzie Littlewood (left), Taylor Lesser (center) and Nicole Luters (right) jumping with joy after competing at Stanford. Lesser and Luters are moving on to Nationals at Kentucky. Photo curtesy of Holly Hay, SSU

The equestrian team’s annual Spring Spectacular Hunter/Jumper Schooling Show will take place April 30 at the Santa Rosa Equestrian Center.


Ricardo Oliva receives ‘Coach of the year’ for the Northern District

Oliva has been coaching recreational youth soccer for eight years and receiving the Cal North 2016 Boys Recreational District Coach of the Year award was shocking as many other coaches, referees and volunteers were also present at the luncheon.

Boys and Girl Club employee arrested for child endangerment

Goerke was taken into custody April 24 when he showed up at the school per the arrest warrant, and then the search warrant was served as well. Goerke was booked into the Sonoma County Jail on the arrest warrant. 


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Rancho Cotati U12 Lacrosse edges Mendocino

Tyler Nixon, of the Rancho Cotati U12 Lacrosse team


A solid production at Monte Vista

Diana Klein, an educator, for over 32 years,  has been teaching at the Monte Vista School for 28 years. The pride and joy of her years in the district have involved putting on a production...


Community Events Calendar April 28, 2017 through May 11, 2017

Community Events Calendar April 28 - May 11, 2017


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I’m not sure, it has its good points and bad points.