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Kailee Silacci scampered home with the winning run as Petaluma came from behind in the final inning to defeat Analy, 8-7, to capture the Sonoma County League post-season softball tournament.
When it comes to city spending, the majority (58.6 percent) of those responding to an online Argus-Courier poll said that Petaluma’s budget should prioritize spending on street repair and public works.
It would be impossible to convince the founders, current board members, staff, parents and students at Harvest Christian School that there wasn’t more than a little divine intervention in the school’s first 10 years.
Despite what critics say, every cent of the sales tax measure will be spent on road repair.
Family, fun and togetherness are at the heart of Artful Arrangements’ Down Home Day, an event celebrating the centennial of a 4-acre Penngrove homestead on Sunday, May 31.
A livestock dealer and rancher all of his life, Alfred Julius “Al” Kuck was a member of the Sonoma Marin Cattlemen’s Association, earning the award of “Cattleman of the Year in 1995 and serving as president from 1998 to 1999.