- Big changes planned for county landfill
- Larry Peter honored for contribution to local dairy industry
- It’s time to celebrate Butter & Egg Days
Ring competition in several forms will be showcased in Petaluma’s Veteran’s Memorial Bulding on Saturday night following the Butter and Eggs Day festivities.
With several categories of crime on the increase in Petaluma, the majority (62.9 percent) of those responding to an online Argus-Courier poll said they are most concerned about burglary.
Meadow School’s Ability Awareness Day celebrated differing abilities last Friday. In an effort to educate and reduce the fear often felt when encountering a person with a disability, speakers with varying abilities and disabilities came to speak to the students in third through sixth grade, according to principal Melissa Becker.
More effort is needed to find funding for Petaluma’s promised commuter train station on the eastside.
A magical fairy godmother, an extraordinary dress, a royal ball, a misplaced glass slipper, a tale of mysterious and enchanting love and a happily ever after are the fairytale dreams are made of — and Petaluma High School is bringing it all to life in a production of the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical, “Cinderella.”
Miover was instrumental in the creation of the original Mill Valley library in 1965.