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June 26, 2022

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.

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...
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,...

City of Healdsburg ratifies emergency declaration for COVID-19

In a unanimous vote Monday evening, March 16, Healdsburg City Council ratified the city’s emergency declaration in relation to COVID-19. An emergency declaration allows the city to have access to mutual aid and other resources.

Local canceled or postponed events

As precautionary measure surrounding the coronavirus epidemic, many local events, from public meetings to festivals have been canceled or postponed in recent days due to the potential health risks of hosting large groups of people in confined spaces.

Former Tribune publisher/owner celebrates 100th birthday

Milestone birthday — Arnold Santucci, a former owner, publisher and editor of The Healdsburg Tribune, celebrated his 100th birthday on Jan. 11 at St. Paul’s Church.

Sonoma County residents ordered to shelter in place

Sonoma County health officer Sundari Mase has issued a health order directing residents to shelter in place effective at midnight (12 a.m.) on Wednesday, March 18. This health order will be in place for three weeks until April 7. The health order limits activity, travel and business functions to only the most basic and essential needs.

SBA loan available for economic injury due to COVID-19

New federal legislation has opened up the possibility for small businesses to receive assistance for economic loss due to COVID-19. Details of eligibility and administration of this assistance from Small Business Administration (SBA) are still being addressed by the SBA.  

Second county resident tests presumptive positive for COVID-19

The County of Sonoma announced Thursday morning, March 5, that a second presumptive positive case of COVID-19 was confirmed in the county. COVID-19 is a novel strain of coronavirus.
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...