- Petaluma cyclist Yuri Hauswald finishes 8th in gravel race
- What happened to Petaluma’s downtown benches?
- Walter Haake, developer of Petaluma’s Foundry Wharf, dies at 73
Youth typically is served in high school cross-country, but this season the Empire spotlight will fall on veterans who have dominated before and should dominate again.
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.
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.
Shame on Congress for not funding the Petaluma River project, and praise for local leaders for working on solutions.
Cinnabar Theater is an icon of the live theater in Petaluma. It has been consistently producing plays, operas and musicals for the past 42 years and entertaining the entirety of Petaluma’s population, young and old.
He transformed the metal structures that once housed an engine works plant into Foundry Wharf, an award-winning office and warehouse space.