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Once a rarely sold device, air purifiers are becoming a household essential in the era of repeated wildfires and smoky skies.
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Petaluma lighted boat parade canceled
Police locate suspected hit‑and‑run driver in fatal Petaluma crash
Sonoma County home prices decline to lowest level this year

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Aside from a “fluke” rain in early October, locals have to look back to April 7 to find precipitation above an inch.

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Shifting demographics, increased traffic make Lakeville Highway one of the most dangerous roads in the state as officials grapple for solutions.
Tip of my Tongue: The regular round up of food and drink news and events
St. Anthony’s Farm took an unconventional approach to helping those in need
From soft and fresh, to wrapped in a buttery dough crust
From families looking for quality time together, to those in need of a distraction
There’s big flavors and low prices to be found at this new offering
The Evart Produce Company was located on the corner of what was then B and Main streets in Penngrove.

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Gil Lemmon, NCS Athletic Commissioner, puts playoff picture in perspective.
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First a move to winter, and now a switch to a new league for Casa soccer girls
Victory over Petaluma gives Gauchos winning VVAL football season
Glen Ghilotti, Petaluma construction company founder, dies at 59
Doc a friend, sports fan
Don Ramatici, consummate Petaluman, dies
JoAnn Ritko Pozzi, groundbreaking Petaluma business woman, dies at 75
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Time to heal after election
The Argus-Courier recommends
Yes on I for Shoreline schools
What’s happening in Petaluma Schools
New coach, new captain; same Academic Decathlon success?
SRJC students give of their skills while earning valuable experience
What’s happening in Petaluma schools
Poll respondents: Repeal gas tax increase
Poll: Lakeville Highway the new blood alley
Poll: Winery shouldn’t need to build bike path
Poll: City got small cell tower policy right
Windy storm will push out smoke, but the Camp fire’s smog may return
Remember Polly Ann Bakery in Petaluma? We found its Danish butter cookie recipe
Air purifiers, masks sell out at local stores
Police: Man arrested on suspicion of kidnapping woman in downtown Petaluma
53 years of farming to fight substance abuse
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Living up to the Rosen family name at 256 North
Where to eat outdoors in Petaluma, from riverfront to the east side
Your Weekend: November 15-November 18
Young Petaluma musician follows classical path
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