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February 22, 2019
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Santa Rosa man receives life sentence in RP burglary Work from home scams A transfer of firearms in California E. Jones best company Legislation helps people with disabilities move back home On line dating scams SweetPea needs volunteers USCIS gives free training on how to apply for citizenship Kidnapping scam alert Brush pile burning at Shiloh Ranch Regional Park News Briefs News Briefs Caltrans offers safety tips for winter driving Friday drawings Discharged hazardous waste in K section Wildlife Rescue relies on interns Fundraiser for Divine Nov. 4 Wine Entrepreneurship Program now accepting applications News Briefs Volunteers Winter weather, illness drastically impacting blood supply Helicopters to patrol electric lines News Briefs Sonoma State ranked as one of the best colleges for transfer students News Briefs August 10 6th St. Playhouse to audition dogs for Sandy in Annie A. G. Becerra protecting women’s access to birth control Sonoma County Rental Assistance Programs continue News Briefs August 3 News Briefs Oct. 5 The fight moves to protect transgender serving in the military News Briefs August 31 Reversal drugs to combat opioid crisis News Briefs SMART recommended to receive for $12.6 million grant News Briefs Stone to retire News Briefs August 24 Gold Ridge will not be corp. yard Volunteer's Corner Former Walmart employee arrested for thefts from store News Briefs September 7 Those prohibited from possessing firearms News Briefs, Volunteer's September 7 Reporting requirements for new California residents 17 new laws took effect on Jan. 1 Mother-son pimping and pandering duo sentenced Governor Newsom commended on wildfire safety measures Rental assistance programs remain on track despite Government shutdown Homelessness is on the rise among the elderly New 2019 firearms laws

Volunteer’s corner

October 12, 2018

Be an outreach specialist

The outreach specialist visits agencies, schools and other community organizations to inform users about, maintains social media and a website and serves as a liaison between 211 Sonoma and the public. Contact Bonifacio Torres at 707-565-228 

Psychiatrists and therapists being sought

Free mental health services are provided to anyone experiencing anxiety, depression or other challenges as they recover from the fires. The clinic is looking for licensed psychiatrists and therapists for three or more hours a week.

Spanish language skills a plus. Contact Mark Bender at and learn more at s

Trail upkeep

The Santa Rosa Junior College’s Shone Forest needs assistance with trail upkeep and fuel reduction from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Nov. 3 and Dec. 1. Park and meet at Warren Dutton Pavilion. Wear closed-toe shoes, pants and bring a water bottle; water and snacks will be supplied. Contact Molly Foley at or 845-772=3068.