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The two heavyweights of North Bay League baseball skillfully boxed, rather than slugged, one another Friday evening on Maria Carrillo’s manicured diamond in Santa Rosa, with Casa Grande’s Gauchos winning a 3-0 decision.
With several categories of crime on the increase in Petaluma, the majority (62.9 percent) of those responding to an online Argus-Courier poll said they are most concerned about burglary.
Meadow School’s Ability Awareness Day celebrated differing abilities last Friday. In an effort to educate and reduce the fear often felt when encountering a person with a disability, speakers with varying abilities and disabilities came to speak to the students in third through sixth grade, according to principal Melissa Becker.
It’s been more than a decade since the public purchased the land southeast of Petaluma for a regional park, and the public wants to enjoy it.
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.