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August 8, 2022

With Three Open Seats, Majority of Council is Up for Grabs

There has never been a better time for local residents to think about participating in local democracy.  In the Nov. 8 general election, three Healdsburg...

Monarch Project Lands in Healdsburg

A complex, densely packed mural of the immigrant experience—the hands that pick the crops, the wheels that drive them, butterflies escaping everywhere—will be officially...

Healdsburg Goes Big on Independence Day

The nation’s Independence Day is celebrated on Monday, July 4, and like many communities, Healdsburg plans a party.  A morning duck race will be held...
Members of the Healdsburg Police Department who participated in the June 2022 Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics. From left, Angel Rodriguez, Lt. Luis Rodriguez, Chief Matt Jenkins with torch, and Officer Nick Doherty.

Special Olympics Torch Travels Through Town

Early on the morning of the longest day of the year, June 21, residents of Cloverdale noticed an unusual  police escort for some runners...
Graduates throwing hats in the air to celebrate

Healdsburg High School Celebrates Grads

Under a sizzling June sun, parents, teachers, family and friends celebrated the 117 students of the Healdsburg High School graduating class of 2022. This is...
BLUES Charlie Musselwhite performs at the Jackson Theatre on June 17.

Musical Offerings and More at Healdsburg Jazz Festival

Jazz pianist and composer Keith Jarrett once opined, "Jazz is there and gone. It happens. You have to be present for it. That simple." Fortunately,...

Corazón Healdsburg events coming soon

Corazón Healdsburg has been actively working to put the Latinx community in Healdsburg and surrounding areas to the front. Among its many resources and...

Healdsburg Fire Marshal-Division Chief Linda Collister to retire in May

Healdsburg Fire Marshal-Division Chief Linda Collister, a champion of fire prevention and preparedness, a well-respected figure in the community and a mainstay of the...

Now more than ever, Sonoma County youth are struggling with mental health

As more and more youth experience negative mental health impacts fueled by years of natural disasters and a pandemic, local school counselors and mental...

Corny fun on April Fools’ Day

The Healdsburg Senior Center teamed up with the Friends of the Healdsburg Senior Center and the Healdsburg Kiwanis Club to host a drive thru April Fools Corn Dog Party for seniors on April 1.