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The Petaluma High varsity football team had more than its share of the spectacular in its home football opener Friday night, but it was the more mundane and less noticed workman effort of a rotating offensive line and the efficient defensive backfield that were the keys to an impressive 35-15 win over Terra Linda.
On a daily basis, drivers who attempt to make a left-hand turn onto Corona Road from Industrial Avenue take their lives into their own hands during the rush hour commute.
McDowell hosted a family barbecue Sept. 10 before the campus’ Back to School Night. The Petaluma Food Services team did all the cooking and McDowell teachers stepped up and helped with serving.
Since the average American college graduate leaves school with $22,000 in student loan debt, it’s no surprise that a rising number of students are seeking community college education closer to home.
Petaluma downtown’s Fall Antique Faire takes place Sunday, Sept. 28.
Barbara Jacquline Lagomarsino passed away gracefully, surrounded by her daughters, at home in Petaluma on Aug.