May 27, 2018

Memorial Day stories of veterans: Jim Steiner and Richard Vogel

  • Richard Vogel was a former Brigadere General USAFR and also flew missions in Vietnam and Desert Storm. Bill Hanson

Far too many brave defenders have paid the ultimate sacrifice by losing their lives in that noble effort.

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Police say hate crimes in Sonoma County are uncommon

Cotati Chief of Police, Michael Parish said there has been little to no hate crimes in Cotati and so far, no LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) related hate crimes in town.

Julia Guerrero

Guerrero who attended Rancho Cotate High School and just finished a year at the Naval Academy Prepatory School in Newport, Rhode Island.