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Matt Brown - Managing Editor

Matt Brown is the Managing Editor at the Petaluma Argus-Courier

matt.brown@arguscourier.com
(707) 521-5206

The Latest Stories By Matt Brown

The wetlands include environmentally sensitive spots along the Petaluma River that are home to a diversity of species, including the salt marsh harvest mouse, river otter and an array of birds.
A major development along the Petaluma River is on hold as Comstock Homes and an investor look to sell project.
The Rebuilding Together Petaluma aid is the Volunteer of the Year for Petaluma.
Lincoln School, the state’s oldest one-room schoolhouse, needs more students to stay open. It has 7.
The Agricultural Excellence award winners have a long history in the Petaluma dairy industry.
The incident forced Casa Grande High School and others into a ‘shelter in place’ order.
A man who Petaluma Police shot during an armed standoff Tuesday died in the hospital from his wounds Wednesday night.
Bay Area transportation projects would get a $4.5B boost if Measure 3 passes.
Petaluma Police has not released the names of five officers involved in the April 3 fatal shooting.
Petalumans gathered to honor some of the heroic and charitable deeds their fellow residents did over the past year.
Fishman Supply began on a Penngrove ranch, a humble company providing janitorial products to local businesses.
The city is fixing 50 streets with $1 million in new state gas tax money.
Essick, Mutz, Olivares face off in a competitive June primary race.
The reclaimed wood shop promotes Petaluma and gives to charitable causes.
The hospital’s top administrator will stay in local health care.
Bennett had a passion for local government and served on the Petaluma Planning Commission and the Sonoma County Planning Commission.
The SRJC Petaluma program director is honored with a community award.
Jim McCormick has amassed more than 4,500 artifacts from the California wine industry. Now he’s ready to let it go.
The new Petaluma business aims to fill a family-friendly entertainment niche.
Supervisor Rabbitt to retain seat on Board of Supervisors; Countywide offices are on June primary ballot.
The board is down one member as Becky Monday leaves amid important hospital negotiations.
The Petaluma Animal Services officer won an online poll for his work with Petaluma pets.
The president of the Petaluma Rotary Club, Ranney contributed to many community efforts in Petaluma.
Instead of an increase in bed tax, hotel owners want a special assessment district.
Jake Gutierrez, Petaluma’s Police Officer of the Year, helped in several drug busts.

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