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September 29, 2023

Cloverdale Police Logs: Sept. 21-27


Seniors, treat yourself on Valentine’s Day, Feb. 14

All senior center members welcome

Sonoma Clean Power enters world of electric vehicles

In the market for a new car?

Fiddling Around, March 7

JAM SESSSION — The 43rd annual Old Time Fiddle Festival was held last weekend on March 7. The festival came back after a yearlong hiatus and seemed to take a hit in attendance as a result of COVID-19. During the event, event director Judith Jones said that two scheduled vendors dropped out before the event due to the virus and that she expected attendance took a hit for the same reason.

Turkey Giveaway, Nov. 22

GOBBLE — Community members gathered in front of the Cloverdale Food Pantry on Friday, Nov. 22 to pick up Thanksgiving staples — turkeys, stuffing and a pie. On Nov. 21, Shalia Vanderweken and Brenda Vronoski held their annual Turkey Round-up, collecting donations of money and turkeys from those able to donate. The community donations provided around 100 turkeys to be given out at the food pantry on Friday. Vanderweken and Vronoski said that they are appreciative of both the community and local service clubs for supporting the round-up year after year.

Cloverdale Fire Logs: Jan. 4-10


Cloverdale Police Logs: May 24-30


Cannabis and the environment

In an industry that wants to be seen as green, what are the real impacts? The answer is, no one knows for sure.

Cloverdale Police Logs: Oct. 12-18


Cannabis Country – Sebastopol: a bright, shining light

In Sonoma County and all across California, cannabis companies that don’t have permits from Sacramento have received cease and desist orders over the past six months. Those companies have had a choice: fill out the forms, submit them to the authorities and pay the fees, or face loss of property and fines.