The Petaluma Argus-Courier is an award-winning weekly newspaper committed to excellence in community journalism. The roots of the Argus-Courier go back to 1855 — three years before Petaluma was incorporated as a city.
The newspaper has been owned by Sonoma Media Investments, which also owns the Press Democrat and the Sonoma Index-Tribune, since November 2012.
The Argus-Courier staff is committed to providing its readers with high-quality, comprehensive coverage of Petaluma. That includes hard-hitting news about local government, schools, police and fire, thorough coverage of local sports, and compelling features about Petaluma residents, its thriving entertainment scene, and community organizations.
The newspaper, which is published on Thursdays, has been recognized by the California Newspaper Publishers Association with the first-place award for General Excellence among all mid-sized weekly newspapers in California in 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013, 2015 and 2016. It has also received dozens of awards for writing, photography, reporting, design, public service and editorial commentary.
The Argus-Courier's website, www.petaluma360.com, includes blogs, discussion forums, photo galleries, videos and more. The website is updated multiple times a day to provide readers with the latest news and happenings in town.
Both the Petaluma Argus-Courier and petaluma360.com are utilized by dozens of local businesses to reach local consumers with their advertising messages.
The Argus-Courier's office is located at 1372 E North NcDowell Blvd.