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Homecoming was more than happy for Petaluma High School’s varsity football team Friday night. The Trojans were downright ecstatic with their 46-12 victory over Healdsburg’s Greyhounds.
Most respondents in an online Argus-Courier poll said they do feel safe in their Petaluma neighborhoods despite an unsolved rape.
St. Vincent High School debaters Julia Hunter and Adam Martin attended the Greenhill Debate Tournament in Texas where the debating duo earned their second bid, making them fully qualified for the Tournament of Champions, which occurs later in the year at the University of Kentucky.
The 240-student Wilson Elementary School just west of Petaluma is one of the top schools in the region with test scores to rival most Petaluma-area schools, technology in the classroom and a thriving music program.
The prolific writer-director who startled audiences with iconic suburban slashers like “Nightmare on Elm Street” and “Scream,” has died.