- Public Art project along Petaluma River down to two finalists
- Folks line up early for Pliny the Younger release in Santa Rosa
- Living near SMART tracks, Petaluma homeless face danger
Windsor’s boys basketball team was too good for Casa Grande’s Gauchos Thursday night in Casa’s Coach Ed Iacopi Gymnasium. End of story. Final score was 63-46, which is pretty fair indication of the difference between the two teams.
A majority of respondents in an online Argus-Courier poll said the city of Petaluma should find an alternative to pesticide for controlling weeds on city-owned land, even if it is more expensive.
Grant Elementary School has been working with St. Joseph Health implementing iDo26.2. This is an innovative walking/running program designed to encourage and enable regular physical activity in our Sonoma County youth as part of a healthy family lifestyle, and to create a positive exercise experience.
By saying that the Rainier crosstown connector is funded, it allows city leaders to remove the project from a potential sales tax measure and keep the focus on street repair, a top priority of Petalumans.
Eszterhas has traveled the globe to document the lives of animals and her work has been featured in publications including Smithsonian Magazine and BBC Wildlife.
A Petaluma musician and artist who was a co-owner of Old Chicago Pizza, Hansen died two days after his 68th birthday, after suffering a heart attack.