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Homeless residents are seeking shelter in greater numbers as the weather turns wet, but additional winter beds won’t be made available until Nov. 1.
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Petaluma Democrats are engaged in presidential campaign as Republicans focus on down ballot races.

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Immigration was widely encouraged 111 years ago in Petaluma and the local community was made of immigrants from all over the world.
Fallon Hills Ranch is a small, family-run ranch that straddles to boarder of Sonoma and Marin Counties west of Petaluma.
Artist Mary Fassbinder plans to visit all of the nation’s 59 parks in three years, capturing their splendor with plein air paintings that will be compiled into a book to promote conservation.
The popular women’s athletic apparel retailer will leave Sonoma County and move its offices to San Francisco early next year.
The goal is to replace rental lease agreements with rental licensing contracts that would be “more flexible” and provide the city greater liability protection, officials said.
The months-long debate centers around an 82-square-foot tree house perched about 20 feet up in the branches of a stately cork oak in Cherry Valley.
Tony Award winning actor Jane Alexander will appear in Petaluma on Thursday to read from her new book, “Wild Things, Wild Places.”
Staying true to the name, members of The Highway Poets have taken their homegrown Petaluma sound on the road, traveling in a converted school bus to preach their eclectic sound across the country.

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