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February 23, 2024

Police Log, Jan. 29 – Feb. 4

Open drug use, serial arguments, unsafe lane changes and more violations reported to Healdsburg Police

Corazón Finds New CEO In-House

ocal nonprofit Corazón Healdsburg—which provides services to the Hispanic community and hosts events that “amplify the local Latin-American voice” and “celebrate diversity, equity and inclusion”—hired Marcy Flores as their new CEO.

Records for Assembly Candidates Show Where the Money Comes From

Campaign donation and expenditure figures for five of the seven candidates for State Assembly District 2 were released recently, demonstrating that some candidates rely...

Diamond Jubilee for Former French Bakery Owners

A simple family gathering at the Dry Creek home of Fred and Lidia Loupy this past weekend marked their 75th wedding anniversary, their Diamond...

Police Log, January 22-28

Monday, Jan. 22 12:34am Reckless driving was reported of a vehicle going southbound in the northbound lane on Redwood Highway at the Central offramp. Officers...

Permanent Composting Facility Coming to Windsor

Sonoma County’s first centralized composting facility, which is designed to divert and process approximately 65,000 tons of organic material each year, is being planned for a Windsor site on Slusser Road, just west of the runways at Sonoma County Airport.

Mark West Creek Readies for Visitors

and riding destination, will be the latest to join the county’s Regional Parks system, 58 properties strong and counting.

‘In My Kusina’: It’s What’s for Dinna

In her new cookbook, In My Kusina (2013), Healdsburg resident Dinna Villacorta Eisenhart captures the magic of Filipino cooking and culture through her exacting documentation of the well-loved dishes from her childhood.

Police Log, Jan. 15-21

Vandalism was reported at Healdsburg Community Center on Healdsburg Avenue. An unknown vehicle did “donuts” in the grass field and caused over $4,000 of damage. No suspect has been identified.

Assembly Candidate Faces Revolt Among Party Delegates

Rusty Hicks, chair of the California Democratic Party, is one of the strongest candidates in the upcoming primary election for Assembly District 2, but some members of the party are urging him to resign from his dual role due to a conflict of interest and neglect of duty.