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The planned fund is one of several ways Sonoma County is trying to push back against the immigration policies of President Donald Trump’s administration.
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SMART revises passenger rail service after facing criticism
Lunchette is Petaluma’s go-to lunch spot
Drought over, Russian River and Lake Sonoma ready for summer visitors
Head‑on crash cleared from Lakeville Highway in Petaluma
Petaluma Hills Brewing Co. to close its doors
Petaluma police to hold workshop on fraud prevention

Petaluma teachers on one-day strike

The union representing teachers and other employees in Petaluma City Schools are protesting what they say is the school district’s unfair labor practices.

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High costs, fewer grants cited as main reason for drastic change
The county landfill near Petaluma gets a makeover with a $5 million project, including a new sorting contraption.
The city is looking for a partner for a riverfront project, as Petaluma’s nonprofit PEP Housing says it was promised first shot at developing the property.
Petaluma River advocates and volunteers hauled trash weighing slightly more than the average weight of a hippopotamus from the waterway.
The company was recognized for service to the community at annual awards ceremony.
After costly fire along the freeway, officials expedite the barrier work.
Technology may change, but this Petaluman’s love of music will not fade away
Petaluma’s FFA, nearly as old as the national program, trains young farmers.

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Three Trojans on All-SCL tennis team
T-Girl stay in NCS playoffs is cut short by Rancho Cotate
Padecky: Casa Grande baseball coach guides team with winning formula
Lipsie helps Trojans hold off San Lorenzo in NCS playoff thriller
Peter Ehrlich, 69, head forester at Presidio, dies
Petaluma painter, WWII merchant mariner Hans Skalagard dies at 93
Ann Broxmeyer, nurse who served in WWII, dies at 100
Sonoma County Democratic leader Liz Basile dies at 89
Petaluma teachers, district need to talk
New taxes should include pension solution
Celebrate Petaluma’s ag roots
Resolve hospice dispute
Leadership class dedicates benches
Community college head to speak at SRJC grad ceremony
Two REG gymnasts earn medals at Western Nationals
Local schools accept raceway’s STEM Race Car Challenge
Poll: Don’t cut funding for homeless services
Poll: Taxes not the answer for Petaluma revenue
Poll respondents against water, sewer rate hike
Poll: Residents against Davidon Homes project