September 24, 2020

Some relief during COVID-19

SOMO Village turned their parking lot into a drive-in movie theater on Saturday, September 19. The local community was able to experience “Talladega nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby” under a beautiful Sonoma County sky. This event was brought together by SOMO Village and 93.7 The Bull. 

Photo by Tracy Si


Cooling off at Magnolia Park with ‘Wicked Slush’

Amy’s Wicked Slush, from Healdsburg, came to Magnolia Park on Sunday, September 20 to provide some sweet treats to Rohnert Park community. It was a perfect way to cool off during the 90-degree weather. 

Photo by Tracy Si

Vehicles, Covid and homelessness

Tuesday night’s three- hour-plus long Cotati City Council meeting featured thorough discussions on three major topics: discussion on Senate Bill (SB) 743, putting money towards supporting the community during Covid 19 and homelessness. These topics all had nearly an hour of discussion each, since the council had much to say.


Community shouldn’t expect sports anytime soon

Last Wednesday’s announcement from Your Sports Network (YSN) and the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) came as no surprise to Amy Alvarez, the first year Athletic Director at Technology High School.  Just like men’s soccer coach Fatima Worden, Alvarez was preparing for the worst. The worst came on July 20. 


Sonoma Clean Power to provide school districts free battery storage assessments

Sonoma Clean Power (SCP) is partnering with TerraVerde Energy to offer financial and technical feasibility assessments for battery storage systems, at no cost, to public K-12 schools in Sonoma and Mendocino Counties.