Feature of the Week
April 24, 2019

This is the zodiac speaking

  • David Van Nuys shares the prestigious American Psychological Association award which he received last year. Photo by Robert Grant

If any one remembers in the late 60s and early 70s California was in fear of one name: Zodiac. This was a vicious killer that floated between the City of San Francisco and Vallejo. No one wanted to be on the streets after dark. Every black car seemed suspicious. Children were kept inside but no one has ever been sure that the Zodiac was captured; is he still alive? How many more were killed that were never reported?

 
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35 years an educator

When asked what her future holds for her after 35 years, she says that she plans on purchasing a condo in Hawaii and spending time walking the warm sandy beach with her daughter. 

RP honors Sister City’s Ambassadors from Japan

On Mar. 29 The Rohnert Park Sister Cities Relations Committee hosted a reception to honor the two young ambassadors from its sister city, Hashimoto, Japan.