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  Cotati's St. Joseph Church celebrates 100th birthday
October 9, 2008
“One church, one family, one mission” was the theme of St. Joseph Catholic Church’s barbeque on Sunday as they celebrated their 100th birthday in Cotati.  Founded in 1908, St. Joseph became an official parish in 1914 and became well-known for its annual chicken and beef barbecue and fair. Back then, it...
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  Fond memories of D'jango
October 9, 2008
K-9 handler Chris Kaupe of the Cotati Police Department speaks with Police Chief Robert Stewart behind him at the culmination of a fundraising poker run Sunday at Sonoma Mountain Village in RP. The run went from Michael’s Harley Davidson to Tomales and Duncan Mills, then back to RP. There was...
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  Traditional High Holy Days begin at Ner Shalom
October 9, 2008
Monday marked the beginning of High Holidays (High Holy Days) Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur for the Jewish community and celebrations of the Jewish New Year were in full swing at Congregation Ner Shalom in Cotati. High Holidays, also known as Yamim Noraim or “Days of Awe” began with Rosh Hashanah...
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  Rancho finalist for 'Pulitzer of high school journalism'
October 9, 2008
Last week, the National Scholastic Press Association (NSPA) designated Rancho Cotate High School’s newsmagazine, Catamount, as a Pacemaker Finalist. The NSPA awarded only nine newsmagazines from across the nation. Catamount staff submitted all five issues from the 2007-2008 school year to the NSPA last summer. NSPA judges examined the issues and...
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