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  Enjoy the height of summer bloom
August 27, 2008
Right now is the height of summer blooming for many plants. Among several favorites are the abutilons (the flowering maples). These are tender shrubs, which flower on the new growth. Bloom is profuse if well watered and fertilized. Older varieties are somewhat leggy and rangy, but newer hybrids are more compact and...
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  ???Amazing??? moms take cue from TV
August 27, 2008
Saturday evening was exciting for a few moms from the Rohnert Park-Cotati Mothers’ Club as they raced around Cotati and Rohnert Park following in the footsteps of ABC reality show The Amazing Race. Jasmine Basch, the club’s community outreach and program coordinator took on the task of preparing this year’s event....
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  Chernobyl children in jeopardy of losing visits to United States
August 27, 2008
Gerard Giudice’s chances of seeing Dasha again weigh on the decision of another Belarusian teen to stay or go back to her home country. Tanya Kazyra came to Petaluma through the Chernobyl Children’s Project, which takes children from the radiation-infected area of Belarus and places them with host families in the...
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  Who doesn???t like a good rub?
August 27, 2008
A good steak is nothing to be trifled with. It is said that grilled flat iron was a major player in ending the end of Cold War and Yahoo and Microsoft’s merger failed in part because of an overcooked ribeye. It’s easy to get a handle on beef - you’ve...
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  McArthur takes on key job in RP???s public works office
August 27, 2008
The search for a new public works director for Rohnert Park didn’t take long. The city found John McArthur working as Healdsburg’s Director of Public Works and tapped him for the job. It didn’t hurt he’s got 10 years of experience with the Sonoma County Water Agency in his background. McArthur...
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  Library photo show a hit for artists and public alike
August 27, 2008
The second annual photography show at the RP-Cotati Library brought the work of both established and emerging artists to the forefront Tuesday night with an artist reception to open the two-week show. Ten artists, including two from RP and one from Penngrove are showing their work in the Armando Flores room...
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  'Fight Back' bus at Cotati Farmers Market
August 27, 2008
The American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network's Fight Back Express will be making a stop at Thursday's Farmers Market in downtown Cotati. The Fight Back bus kicked-off its six-month 25,000 mile tour early in May, leaving from Ohio and will travel across the country through election day. It will carry with...
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