Blood drive, local history talk, back pain workshop, land stewardship, writing seminar, Americana music, barn dance, Cinnabar musical, Holstein 100 race, radio-controlled vehicle race, outdoor musical festival, jazz and the Great Petaluma Treasure Hunt.
Friends of Casa Grande High graduate Travis Schwarz have organized an event to help him find a bone marrow donor. The 30-year-old has been diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia.
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To make friends, author Renee Ho says, first be a friend to yourself, then reach out to others. They'll find your happiness is contagious.
Travel back in time to see what made news a century ago.
Dancing, art, quilts, music, outdoor movies, outdoor theater and the Taste of Petaluma.
Six Petaluma 4-H members, competing in the Junior Rabbit Meat Pen division at the Sonoma County Fair, had their three-rabbit pens sold at auction Sunday, July 30. Melanie Hanlon of Liberty 4-H, took home $425 for two pens sold. Representing Two Rock 4-H, Erin Martin’s two pens brought in $325; Kelsey Martin, also with two [...]
Clo has posed for so many billboards she may be overexposed, but how many of us know the story behind the star?
See Richard Sheppard's sketch of Blue & Lonesome playing a little bluegrass at this Petaluma landmark.
Travel back in time to see what made news a century ago today.