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Heidi Griffin’s white GMC Terrain veered off the roadway, drove through a barbed wire fence and into a deep drainage ditch, the CHP said.
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Upgrades coming to SRJC Petaluma

Officials detail $15.7 million in projects for the Petaluma campus, including improved science labs.

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A group of Petaluma equestrians has emerged as pioneers of modern horse archery in America, a nascent sport that’s growing from deep-seated historical roots.
Nearly $30,000 raised through a matching grant program will go toward upgrades, including trails and pond access.
Erin Hines founded Bitter Girl Bitters, a local business that brings flavors from her Petaluma backyard to bars across the Bay Area.
The acclaimed one-woman show pays homage to legendary vaudeville performer Sophie Tucker.
Heather Mackin aims to use her varied skills to make an impact in the community.
Test drive at Petaluma business highlights electric vehicle program.
In the wake of a narrow defeat of a ballot measure that would have supported the Wilmar School District, school officials are facing potential budget cuts as early as next school year, and are planning another attempt to pass a parcel tax.
Petaluma native Ross Leask has worked at Petaluma Auto Parts for 50 years.

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