- Police raid pot grow in east Petaluma
- One lawsuit settled, another pending
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What the seven female athletes from Petaluma High School did on National Signing Day was really special.
The Petaluma City Schools District has been at loggerheads with the Petaluma Federation of Teachers over the number of observers who can sit in on contract negotiations.
An all-everything lineup of a “Super Seven” of the most outstanding athletes ever to attend Petaluma High School gathered in the school library last week to sign letters of intent to continue their sports careers and education at some of the top athletic and academic colleges in the nation.
As Petaluma city officials gather in the wake of the defeat of Measure Q to consider their options for a future tax measure to fix roads and build the Rainier interchange and crosstown connector, they would do well to carefully consider several key lessons from the recent election debacle.
Petaluma nonprofit organizations are in need of donations to help make sure the needy in Petaluma have a Thanksgiving meal.
A celebration of life will be held at a later date for Alice Kennedy Mars, who died at her home on Nov.