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April 14, 2024

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.

Postal officials make final decision on location

A final decision was made Tuesday on the fate of the Healdsburg

Hike the Divide

Forestville thru-hiker makes a film about climate change activism along the Continental Divide

Some Sebastopol Police Department computers restored, compromise still being investigated

Most of the Sebastopol Police Department’s (SPD) computer systems have been restored since the July 11 compromise that’s still under investigation, according to Sebastopol Police Chief Kevin Kilgore. Law enforcement will wait until the investigation’s end to determine whether the incident amounts to a cyberattack, he said.

TRUTH Act Forum data reveals Sheriff’s Office info to ICE led...

In 2019 the Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office responded to 72 of the 596 U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) requests for impending inmate release information and in 2020 the Sheriff’s Office responded to 57 of the 466 information requests, ultimately resulting in 31 arrests by ICE in 2019, and 12 in 2020 according to data from the Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office Detention Records Bureau.

Sebastopol Area Senior Center reopening survey due soon

The Sebastopol Area Senior Center is developing reopening plans and seeks input in a survey due April 5 now that more seniors, staff and volunteers gain protection in Sonoma County’s mass COVID-19 vaccination effort, Executive Director Katie Davis said.

WSCUHSD board to host regular meeting at former El Molino campus

The upcoming West Sonoma County Union High School District board meeting takes up multiple items that not only tell where the district has been but set some of the conditions of its near future.

Healdsburg Police Log Feb 27-March 4

Monday, Feb. 27 9:54am. Burglary occurred at Coyote Sonoma on Mill St. Reporting Party (RP) said the safe was open when she got to work;...

Taking Care of Business

If all goes well, anyone coming north toward downtown Healdsburg will soon be greeted by a number of “Hometown Heroes” banners lining Healdsburg Avenue.  In...

City lands $7 million state grant for recycled water pipeline project

The City of Healdsburg will be receiving an over $7 million California Department of Water Resources grant to add 4.5 miles to its municipal recycled water distribution network and expand recycled water deliveries, a big win for the city when it comes to building drought resilience amid another year of dry conditions.