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April 14, 2024

Words Matter

It’s “back to school” time again and that means shopping trips for new school clothes, buying new notebooks, pens and erasers for the backpack and complaining about how early the first class bell is scheduled to ring.

Future Farmers

The future of farming will be on parade next week during the

For fair rent

An Open Letter to the Healdsburg City Council Regarding the Current Rent Crisis:

What is the plan?

Healdsburg business owner Lucia Azevedo Fincher made this statement to the Healdsburg City Council on Monday night:

Humanity First: Providing shelter to those in need

The Cloverdale community has new temporary residents these days, and we all have Carolyn Lewis to thank.

Schools of Hope

If kids can't read, they can't succeed...this is the motto for

Class of 2016

Fellow classmates, faculty, family and friends, it is truly an honor to be speaking here and I wanted to start it off by congratulating my classmates. It has been a road paved by strife, diligence, chronic senioritus, and quite a few senior ditch days but we made it here so I think that deserves a round of applause.


Domestic violence continues to thrive in our local communities

1+1+1 = 1

A little over a week ago, I was driving with my father from Phoenix to San Diego. We were in the hills above San Diego when traffic on Interstate 8 came to an abrupt stop. Soon we saw signs telling us we were approaching a Border Patrol checkpoint. We noticed that the Border Patrol officer was having a long conversation with the driver of the car in front of us, finally motioning him over to the side where there were a number of well-armed officers. When I drove up, he motioned me on through with a wave and a simple, “Have a nice day.”

Social Security is Not Broken, Not Broke, and Certainly Not Bankrupt

On August 14, 1935, after much debate and protest, President