The Wealth of Health
The Wealth of Health

By George Malkemus


Morning breath happens to nearly everyone to some degree.  But over 40 million people in the U.S. have a bad case of morning breath that continues throughout the day.  Over 85% of all cases of... Read More

They’ve really demoted RP’s Founders Day event

By Jud Snyder

WE’VE BEEN TOLD that the theme for the 2015 Rohnert Park Founders Day celebration October 3 is Halloween. I’m not making this up. Whoever the people are who decided this they’re obviously serious. I assume... Read More

Spotlight on Seniors
How to help a senior embrace technology

By Julie Ann Soukoulis


Seniors have witnessed stunning advances in technology during their lifetime. Rotary telephones have given way to smart cellular phones. Televisions no longer pull in programming over the airwaves but instead can receive hundreds of high-definition... Read More

Buying vs. leasing a car
By Ken Weise

Some people approach buying a car like they approach marriage, “till death do us part.” Others prefer to keep their options open, trading in every few years for the latest body style, the hottest technology... Read More

The recent mortgage guideline changes that could save your loan
By Scott Sheldon

The challenges consumers have faced in recent years in procuring a mortgage may be coming to an end. Here are four major changes making your mortgage easier…

Landlord history

Until recently, in order to qualify for conventional... Read More

Mind Body and Spirit
It’s resentment….or compassion The only middle ground is numbness

By Steven Campbell

Many unions end “not with a bang, but a whimper.”  Their final rupture is not caused by too much anger or abuse or infidelity. They die a slow death from too little compassion.

Many years ago,... Read More

California Focus
Gas ‘shortage’ doesn’t stop exports from California

By Thomas D. Elias

On June 25, just one week before many California motorists began paying upwards of $4.30 per gallon for gasoline, the Bahamian-flagged tanker Teesta Spirit left Los Angeles headed for ports on the west coast of... Read More