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Spurred by the growing fear of deportations, undocumented residents in Sonoma County are drawing up plans for the worst-case scenario.
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Petaluma artist Ane Carla Rovetta makes color from nature
Petaluma City Council to vote on ‘sanctuary’ resolution
Sonoma County airport poised to expand as United Airlines mulls SFO flights
Most vacation rentals in Petaluma unpermitted
Fears mount among Petaluma immigrants


Sonoma County judge struck, injured in Petaluma crosswalk

A Sonoma County Judge was injured Monday morning when he was struck by a pickup while out walking his dog.

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SRJC Petaluma campus Dream Center helps undocumented students navigate complicated immigration issues.
With a small dining room, Twisted 2 in Petaluma is an intimate setting for a romantic meal.
Petaluma’s Carbon Cycle Institute works with local farms to implement sustainable practices
As part of the merger, Mindful Meats will become an organic beef product line of Marin Sun Farms.
‘One Stone’ explores the life of Albert Einstein with puppetry
Workers removed hundreds of tons of debris from the notorious Sampson compound.
The nine-campus project is expected to save the school district $230,000 on energy bills.
The Bric Hive in Penngrove is seeking to foster the cannabis industry.

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