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June 26, 2022

Ensure your child safety seat is up to snuff during Child Passenger Safety Week

Parents and caregivers have a responsibility to keep kids safe when traveling in vehicles. Although the data is preliminary, according to the Statewide Traffic Records System (SWITRS), between 2016 and 2018, a child under the age of 13 was involved in a crash every 11.4 minutes in California.  More than 200 children were killed in those collisions. 

Police logs Sept. 10-15

The following are excerpted from Healdsburg Police Department daily log entries.

Animal logs Sept. 10-14

This report is courtesy of the Humane Society of Sonoma County’s Healdsburg Center for Animals and may not reflect all animal control activities. For more information, call 431-3386.

Highway 101 pursuit ends in standoff with Geyserville man

Pursuit and standoff closes Highway 101 at Shiloh Road

Paying tribute, Sept. 11

9/11 — A thoughtful memorial was held at the Cloverdale Fire Protection District on Sept. 11 to pay tribute to the many lives that were lost 18 years ago in the terror attacks at the Twin Towers in New York and at the Pentagon.

Little Lambs hires new director

Good Shepherd Lutheran Church’s Little Lambs Preschool has hired Maria Elena Oberti as its new director.

Police ramp up traffic enforcement

On Aug. 29 the city announced on their Facebook page that the Healdsburg Police Department will be conducting additional traffic enforcement this month in certain areas of town after receiving requests and community concern about traffic violations.

Firefighters prep for high hazard structure fires

As fire season continues the Healdsburg Fire Department is continuing its fire preparation and training for high-risk locations.

Plaza businesses undergo changes

While the St. Dizier retail furniture store and showroom on the corner of Center and Matheson streets will be closing its doors after 20 years, the St. Dizier upstairs design firm will be very much alive and operating and will remain open to serve clients.

GMO going back on ballot

The Growth Management Ordinance (GMO) and possible changes were discussed at the Healdsburg City Council meeting Sept. 3 at city hall.