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Petaluma Sports

Deep early hole swallows Gauchos

Casa Grande High School’s football Gauchos got into a Grand Canyon-deep early hole and couldn’t dig out Friday night, losing their season-opening game to Analy’s multi-talented Tigers, 48-29.

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Petaluma Polls

Poll: Feds should fund river dredging work

Readers in an online Argus-Courier poll thought the federal government should continue to pay to dredge the Petaluma River and were opposed to a plan to make private river users help fund the project.

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Petaluma Schools

EDUCATION NEWS Back to school brings new faces, many changes

The start of the school year is a reunion for all but the youngest (kindergarteners) of the area’s school children, as they greet old friends and settle into the routine of having fun even as they prepare for the future.

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Petaluma Opinion

Getting creative for river dredging

Shame on Congress for not funding the Petaluma River project, and praise for local leaders for working on solutions.

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Petaluma Entertainment

Petaluma exhibit to show two views of Brazil

In an exhibit that opened Aug. 17 at the Santa Rosa Junior College in Petaluma, two Sonoma County artists poured their combined creativity into a collaborative exhibit of works inspired by the Amazon, natural disasters and photographs of nature they took on a recent trip to the South Pacific.

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Petaluma Obits

Horror master Wes Craven dies at 76

The prolific writer-director who startled audiences with iconic suburban slashers like “Nightmare on Elm Street” and “Scream,” has died.

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