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Petaluma Sports

SCL T0URNAMENT CHAMPIONSHIP: T-Girls rally in last chance to win SCL Tournament

Kailee Silacci scampered home with the winning run as Petaluma came from behind in the final inning to defeat Analy, 8-7, to capture the Sonoma County League post-season softball tournament.

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Petaluma Polls

Poll: City budget should focus on street repairs

When it comes to city spending, the majority (58.6 percent) of those responding to an online Argus-Courier poll said that Petaluma’s budget should prioritize spending on street repair and public works.

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Petaluma Schools

Harvest Christian School celebrates a decade

It would be impossible to convince the founders, current board members, staff, parents and students at Harvest Christian School that there wasn’t more than a little divine intervention in the school’s first 10 years.

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Petaluma Opinion

Measure A funds will go to roads

Despite what critics say, every cent of the sales tax measure will be spent on road repair.

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Petaluma Entertainment

A ‘Down Home’ celebration

Family, fun and togetherness are at the heart of Artful Arrangements’ Down Home Day, an event celebrating the centennial of a 4-acre Penngrove homestead on Sunday, May 31.

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Petaluma Obits

Petaluma native Alfred Julius ‘Al’ Kuck dies

A livestock dealer and rancher all of his life, Alfred Julius “Al” Kuck was a member of the Sonoma Marin Cattlemen’s Association, earning the award of “Cattleman of the Year in 1995 and serving as president from 1998 to 1999.

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