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Starting my own BusinessApril 18, 2016 by Stacey Uffelman (Register to contact)
Hi, all! After being in and out of childcare centers, I have decided to go a different direction and start my own business here on line. I am currently making bookmarks and wall hangings (I take special orders) that I have for sale on my own website. :)
RagnarApril 21, 2015 by Bryan Pettengill (Register to contact)
What is Ragnar? Ragnar is a running race from San Francisco to Calistoga and goes right through Petaluma, I don't know if I'm runner from the bowling alley (via the biggest hill in Petaluma) down to Bodega ave continue down Washington and hand off to the fairgrounds. Or runner, Down to McDowell, to Corona, to Skillman and ends near the the Holy Ghost Society, I'll be wearing my Casa Grande class of 76 t-shirt...Anyway look for me.
Casa Grande High School News From Around The Web
Three principals of major Petaluma public schools this week announced plans to leave at the end of the school year, leaving an unprecedented vacuum for the ...
Casa Grande, Petaluma High Schools Vandalized; 2 Teens Arrested Petaluma, CA Patch
Casa Grande, Petaluma H.S. Vandalized; 2 Arrested - Petaluma, CA - Police said the juveniles admitted to causing the damages, estimated at $5000.
Petaluma middle school to reprint part of yearbook after photo shows students holding 'white power' sign KGO-TV
A middle school in Petaluma is now working to reprint part of their yearbook after parents noticed students flashing an offensive symbol in one of the photos.
Petaluma school officials hear stories of racism, bias at community forum Petaluma Argus Courier
Addressing discrimination and inclusivity in local schools was the focus of a recent Petaluma Community Relations Council forum.
Petaluma students rally for climate change action Petaluma Argus Courier
Dozens of students from schools throughout Petaluma answered a global call to walk out of class and march for action on climate change Friday, protesting what ...
Game goes on, but the hearts are heavy Petaluma Argus Courier
The game does go on, but the participants played not only with bats and balls, but also with hearts and tears. The Petaluma and Casa Grande high school ...
Casa Grande High School Graduation The Santa Rosa Press Democrat
See photos from the June 1, 2018, graduation ceremony in Petaluma.
Youth restorative justice examined in Petaluma Petaluma Argus Courier
Community members discussed how the burgeoning social science could benefit young people in Petaluma, and detailed its success at local agencies and ...
Petaluma Salvation Army Car Show Returns For 6th Year Patch.com
Petaluma Salvation Army Car Show Returns - Petaluma, CA - The community is invited to the annual event, which raises funds for back-to-school supplies.
7 candidates in crowded Petaluma school board race Petaluma Argus Courier
3 incumbents face 4 challengers in the race for the city's largest school district.
Police Officers Back In Petaluma Schools Petaluma, CA Patch
Police Officers Back In Petaluma Schools - Petaluma, CA - The Petaluma school resource officer program was discontinued in 2008 but is back thanks to a grant ...
Petaluma Police To Close Casa Grande Road For Mock Crash Petaluma, CA Patch
Petaluma PD To Close Casa Grande Rd For Mock Crash - Petaluma, CA - The roadway will be closed Thursday, Petaluma police advised.
Record-setting win for Casa Grande Petaluma Argus Courier
The Casa Grande High Academic Decathlon Team is the North Bay Region Academic Decathlon champion and, for the 33rd straight year, the Sonoma County ...
THE CHALKBOARD: Miwok Valley celebrates back to school Petaluma Argus Courier
Miwok Valley Elementary Charter School celebrated an amazing and highly attended Back to School Night on Aug. 22, according to new principal Mary ...
'Beautiful and loved': Woman struck, killed near SSU was a mom battling mental health issues Santa Rosa Press Democrat
The 44-year-old woman hit on Petaluma Hill Road last week, grew up an artistic child who loved to dance and swim, her mother said.
Barrett wins Petaluma mayoral race Petaluma Argus Courier
Councilwoman Teresa Barrett will be the next mayor of Petaluma. Dave King, Kevin McDonnell and D'Lynda Fischer led the council race.
May rain disrupts baseball, grape-growing in North Bay KGO-TV
With rooster tails shooting off tires on the road and windshield wipers working hard, Wednesday's mid-May commute in Sonoma County, looked more like ...
LumaCon comic convention returns to Petaluma Sonoma Index-Tribune
It's a costume party! It's a book fair! It's a tournament! It's an art show! It's LumaCon! Petaluma's own unique, multi-generational, artist-friendly, kid-supportive take ...
Petaluma High School valedictorian 'appalled' after mic cut off during her graduation speech The Santa Rosa Press Democrat
The microphone cut off four minutes into Petaluma High valedictorian Lulabel Seitz's speech after she deviated from the script she originally submitted to school ...
Petaluma teen heading to Taiwan on exchange program Petaluma Argus Courier
Desiree Champagne-Terrell, 17, a student at Casa Grande High School, will go to Kaohsiung in Taiwan for her senior year through a Rotary Club study abroad ...
To save fish, Casa Grande group seeks state help Petaluma Argus Courier
The United Anglers of Casa Grande reached out to Sen. Mike McGuire in their effort to protect steelhead.
Made in Petaluma: Wrestling drama with deep local roots Petaluma Argus Courier
“I like feel-good movies,” says producer-actor Ali Afshar. “I like taking difficult situations, and putting a positive spin on them, showing how a loss can be turned ...
Alphabet Soup celebrates 25 years of supporting Petaluma education Petaluma Argus Courier
Shoppers at Alphabet Soup, the pair of thrift stores on Western Avenue, might wonder why they see a tip jar at the register. The answer goes to the heart of the ...
Student Leaders Selected for JCamp 2019 GlobeNewswire
SAN FRANCISCO, May 15, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA) has selected 42 talented students from high ...
In the dugout with Amy The Oak Leaf
Amy Gutierrez, the San Francisco Giants sideline reporter and a native of Sonoma County, always knew she wanted to be on television, but never thought she ...
Talent at Callen Tournament Petaluma Argus Courier
The bracket for this year's Brett Callan Tournament is one of the strongest in the 11 year history of the event.
Homecoming: Casa Grande turns 40 | Town Petaluma Argus Courier
By KATIE WATTS / Petaluma Towns Corresponent. Casa Grande High School has more than homecoming to celebrate this fall. It turned 40 in September, ...
For Petaluma teachers, moonlighting pays the bills Petaluma Argus Courier
A growing number of Petaluma teachers must work second jobs to afford cost of living in city.
Barrett elected mayor as progressive wave sweeps Petaluma Petaluma Argus Courier
Teresa Barrett, a progressive city councilwoman, will become the next mayor of Petaluma, scoring a decisive election victory Tuesday over challenger Mike ...
In Petaluma, climate change is an emergency Petaluma Argus Courier
Petaluma became the first city in the county to pass a climate change emergency resolution, ramping up the urgency of the issue.
Teens building community in Petaluma, Dominican Republic Petaluma Argus Courier
A group of teens from Casa Grande High School dedicated their senior projects to raising funds to complete *service* projects in rural villages in the Dominican ...
Petaluman teaching tolerance as Trump era begins Petaluma Argus Courier
Many Petaluma Latino students are fearful as Trump takes office.
Sonoma County celebrity high school grads, now and then The Santa Rosa Press Democrat
From Winona Ryder to Amy G., check out these before and after they were famous photos of celebrities who graduated in Sonoma County.
Where to find a bingo game in Wine Country Santa Rosa Press Democrat
Find a game nearly every day of the week at locations throughout Sonoma and Napa counties.
Police shoot man at Petaluma apartment complex The Santa Rosa Press Democrat
Petaluma police shot a distraught man in the parking lot of a local apartment complex Tuesday afternoon after he pointed a gun at officers who had been trying ...
National Girls High School Wrestling Rankings For February 6, 2019 FloWrestling
USA Wrestling, FloWrestling and the National Wrestling Hall of Fame and Museum have published its third National Girls High School rankings for the 2018-19 ...
To Infinity and Beyond Petaluma Argus Courier
Petaluma Student Kyle Pereira returns from Space Camp.
Sonoma County Car Shows - Summer 2018 Sonoma County Gazette
If you love classic cars and trucks, then you're going to love everything about these fun car shows coming up in Sonoma County. With many vendors providing a ...
Hundreds of Bay Area students named National Merit Scholars semifinalists; see the list The Mercury News
Hundreds of Bay Area students are semifinalists in the 2019 National Merit Scholarship Program that honors academic excellence.
Petaluma: Man found dead of possible overdose behind business KTVU San Francisco
Petaluma police said a man was found dead, possibly from a drug overdose, behind a craft beer and wine distribution company this morning.
2012 Petaluma Little League stars still having fun on diamond Petaluma Argus Courier
Five members of the team that went on that magical run to finish third at the Little League World Series are now seniors beginning their final season of prep ...
Prep Football: Tri County All Star Game rosters have 17 locals Napa Valley Register
The Tri County All Star Game, featuring high school senior football players from Napa, Sonoma and Marin counties, is Saturday at 12 p.m. at Casa Grande High ...
Adobe Creek neighbors teed off Sonoma Index-Tribune
In the past nine months since its abrupt closure, the once-pristine Adobe Creek Golf Course on the fringe of Petaluma's east side has become a massive ...
'Constant barrage of pain and torture': Petaluma trafficking victim shares story Petaluma Argus Courier
Former Petaluma resident Maya Babow was forced into the sex trade at 12.
Thousands decry gun violence in Santa Rosa March for Our Lives rally The Santa Rosa Press Democrat
A new American generation flexed its budding political might Saturday, leading a large rally against gun violence in Santa Rosa that echoed hundreds of events ...
High school graduates look toward next chapter Petaluma Argus Courier
Three graduates from three Petaluma high schools embark on decidedly different paths, hopeful that they will lead to success.
2018-19 Preseason Girls National High School Rankings FloWrestling
USA Wrestling, FloWrestling and the National Wrestling Hall of Fame and Museum are again partnered to create its preseason national rankings for high school ...
Tennis makes a comeback in Petaluma Petaluma Argus Courier
Tennis has always flickered on the Petaluma sports scene, but in the past six months it has flamed into a major factor in the community's growing active sports ...
Immigrant filmmaker makes Petaluma his own mini-Hollywood KTVU San Francisco
PETALUMA, Calif. (Ken Wayne/KTVU0 - The movie "American Graffiti" was not only a Hollywood blockbuster and Oscar-nominated motion picture in 1974, ...
Maroon downs White in Tri-County All-Star football showcase Napa Valley Register
PETALUMA – The fifth annual Tri-County All-Star Game went down to the wire Saturday afternoon as Team Maroon defeated Team White, 35-23, in a football ...
ArtStart brings art to the RP Senior Center Community Voice
Last weekend, ArtStart, a Santa Rosa-based non-profit educational arts organization, conducted the installation of a large mural that wraps around the waiting ...
Bay Area Soccer: Quakes lose again; UPSL, NPSL roundup SFGate
After a scoreless first half, the Quakes defense allowed three Minnesota United FC goals lose their second game of the young season. Minnesota's Darwin ...
In wake of fires, Petaluma Veteran's Day parade offers a moment for celebration, unity The Santa Rosa Press Democrat
It was a beautiful day for a parade in Petaluma, where tens of thousands of people Saturday lined downtown streets for the city's annual Veterans Day ...
Trafficking can happen anywhere Petaluma Argus Courier
Maya Babow has lived a lifetime in her 22 years. As a 12-year-old student in the sixth grade at Kenilworth Junior High School, she was targeted by a sex ...
Petaluma Veterans Day Parade Petaluma Argus Courier
Helping fire victims in time of need Petaluma Argus Courier
While Petaluma was spared the widespread devastation wrought by fast-moving wildfires that attacked our neighbors in Santa Rosa and Sonoma Valley this ...
Santa Rosa under siege as huge fire carves path of destruction Los Angeles Times
Santa Rosa was under siege Monday from a wildfire that quickly burned 20000 acres and had residents running for their lives.
Petaluma ballplayers chase world title San Francisco Chronicle
When Petaluma resident Dino Zucconi and some buddies gathered to watch Saturday's final of the Little League West Region, they made a little wager.
Man shot by Petaluma police dies from injuries The Santa Rosa Press Democrat
The 24-year-old man was shot by police Tuesday following a standoff at an apartment complex.
North Bay fires at a glance: Areas being evacuated SF Gate
Areas where evacuations have been ordered Monday because of wildfires: •Fairfield area: Evacuations ordered for residents of all streets off Green Valley Road ...
Sonoma County cannabis business incubator closes after 3 months North Bay Business Journal
BRIC Hive near Sonoma County's Petaluma did not have proper permits.
Native Petaluman's roots run deep in city Petaluma Argus Courier
Proud of her ancestry and proud to be connected to the city's past, Petaluma native Linda Bakalar possesses a collection of memorabilia from her family, who ...
Nicholas Michael Wells, 20, was Avid Angler Patch.com
Petaluma, CA - Twenty-year old Nick Wells died over the weekend of apparent misfortune during a family fishing trip.
Petaluma police crack down on problematic property Petaluma Argus Courier
The east side house had 483 calls for *service*. Residents claimed they were being unfairly targeted.
Homeless Camps Overwhelming Petaluma Police Patch.com
Petaluma, CA - These transient camps threaten public safety, health and the environment, plus, officers are working overtime to handle the problem.
Petaluma votes to protect undocumented residents Petaluma Argus Courier
Petaluma became the latest North Coast jurisdiction to show solidarity with its immigrant community.
San Antonio Program Helps Teen Parents Learn Critical Skills Patch.com
Petaluma, CA - For pregnant and parenting teens, school support makes all the difference.
A fire recovery role for Petaluma Petaluma Argus Courier
City's second responders plan for a sustained effort as cleanup from the disaster gets underway.
Crafting one-of-a-kind saddles is Jay Palm's life Petaluma Argus Courier
Passed down from his father, Jay's saddle-making business is one of few remaining in Sonoma County.
Hip-hop icon Ludacris stars in Petaluma native's latest film Petaluma Argus Courier
Actor and producer Ali Afshar brought a star-studded cast that included Chris “Ludacris” Bridges to Petaluma this week for his latest film “Ride.”
Petaluma crossfit star Molly Vollmer honors late brother-in-law James Forni Santa Rosa Press Democrat
Despite her celebrity status in the Crossfit industry, Petaluma's Molly Vollmer remains true to her roots.
PG&E's Wildfire Response - 10/12/17 KRCB
About the wildfires in Northern California Last updated October 12, 2017, at 10:00 a.m. In coordination with Cal Fire and other first responders, PG&E.
Analy High School students join countywide walkouts against Trump Sonoma West
Analy High School students flexed their freedom of speech on Monday, Nov. 14 leaving class early and protesting President-elect Donald Trump along with ...
35 celebrities you may not have known were from Sonoma County Petaluma Argus Courier
Actors, musicians, athletes, authors and chefs of great renown have all sent time in Sonoma County. Maybe it has something to do with the near perfect weather ...
Warriors Basketball Camp, Powered by Under Armour, Announces 2018 Summer Camp Schedule Warriors.com
OAKLAND, Calif. – The 2017 NBA Champion Golden State Warriors announced today that theWarriors Basketball Camp, powered by Under Armour, the global ...
5 hidden mountain bike rides less than an hour from Petaluma Petaluma Argus Courier
Hidden realms of wonder surround us, and your mountain bike can take you there.
A’s draft Austin Piscotty, Stephen’s brother, and Pleasant Hill’s Joe DeMers San Francisco Chronicle
ARLINGTON, Texas - The A's draft Wednesday had some local flavor and a nice connection to the big-league roster. With their 38th selection overall, Oakland ...
28 celebrities you may not have known were from Sonoma County Sonoma Index-Tribune
The rugged beauty of Sonoma County attracts all kinds of people, actors, athletes and authors included. Here are some of the famous people with North Coast ...
All-American Printing Services wins Nonprofit Leadership Award North Bay Business Journal
Tell us a little bit about your organization. We are a general commercial printing operation with full mailing capabilities. We were founded in Novato, CA in ...
Short of Bank of Marin wins Forty Under 40 award North Bay Business Journal
Responsibilities with your company: I'm responsible for providing quality customer *service* by managing efficiencies of the branch, analyzing branch activity, ...
SRJC alumnus leaps into Froggy 92.9 success The Oak Leaf
Daniel Weir stood in the hall of Burbank Auditorium in 2003 staring at a note on the door which said administration canceled the radio class he was taking at ...
Tahoe: Missing Petaluma woman found dead San Francisco Chronicle
A 19-year-old Petaluma woman who was last seen leaving a Lake Tahoe music festival around midnight New Year's Eve was found dead in a snowdrift Friday, ...
Meet 18 of North Bay's top commercial general contractors North Bay Business Journal
Get to know the executives leading the top commercial general contractors in the North Bay: Ghilotti Construction, Wright Contracting, Ghilotti Bros., Midstate ...
Penngrove business aims to be hub for 'cannapreneurs' Petaluma Argus Courier
The Bric Hive in Penngrove is seeking to foster the cannabis industry.
Lights, camera, action: More film crews coming to Sonoma County Santa Rosa Press Democrat
From the 1963 Alfred Hitchcock thriller “The Birds,” to the 1985 cult classic “The Goonies,” Sonoma County has long been a filming destination for movies and TV ...
Petaluma teachers rally for better contract Petaluma Argus Courier
Slide 1 of 13. Petaluma, CA. Tuesday, April 11, 2017._ Suzanne Garcia, PFT Chief Negotiator and second grade teacher at McNear Elementary speaks to ...
Dreams, steroids, death -- a ballplayer's downfall San Francisco Chronicle
Garibaldi's response was to use steroids, and his parents and his psychiatrist say it was the extensive use of those drugs that led the once- vibrant young man ...
The List: Sonoma County's hometown bands, choirs Santa Rosa Press Democrat
If you love, here's where to find musicians of all varieties.
See which Sonoma County schools score high in national Niche.com ranking Santa Rosa Press Democrat
Several Sonoma County schools received an 'A' rating on a new website that combines demographic and crime data with school test scores.
Former A’s player Jonny Gomes helping with fire relief efforts SF Gate
Jonny Gomes is often called “the Pride of Petaluma,” and starting this weekend, the town will have even more reason to be proud of the former A's outfielder.
Top-level basketball trainers to hold youth clinic, six-week course Napa Valley Register
Jeremy Russotti has trained high school basketball players who have been McDonald's All-Americans and gone on to the NCAA Division I college and ...
Troubled, fun-loving man's death a mystery Santa Rosa Press Democrat
Sean Francis Parker's family is still seeking answers more than 10 weeks after he was found dead in the trunk of a car near Sonoma State University.
Sonoma County goes back to school Santa Rosa Press Democrat
More than 70000 students start school in Sonoma County this week, with education budgets healthier than in years past but a teacher shortage also weighing ...
Dyan Foster, longtime champion of at-risk youths, dies at 56 Santa Rosa Press Democrat
Dyan Foster, who founded numerous programs for at-risk youths in Sonoma County, died Sunday.
May the force be with you: SRJC and Petaluma police officers speak with students over coffee The Oak Leaf
Establishing positive relationships with police officers removes the jolt of hearing sirens or the sting that comes with seeing red and blue lights in your rearview ...
Young Napa entrepreneurs take top awards with power packed presentations Napa Valley Register
Leave it to a young entrepreneur to build a business around magic.
United Premier Soccer League: Napa Sporting SC blanks East Bay Stompers 2-0 Napa Valley Register
AMERICAN CANYON — “We were flat tonight,” admitted Napa Sporting SC head coach Bernie Ochoa, “but the important thing was getting that positive result ...
25 athletes who got their start in Sonoma County Sonoma Index-Tribune
Sonoma County produces some of the best athletes in the world. Click through our gallery of locals who made it big.
Lori Zaret of Santa Rosa's Exchange Bank wins Women in Business award North Bay Business Journal
Get to know Exchange Bank's Lori Zaret, winner of North Bay Business Journal's 16th annual Women in Business awards.
Petaluma Pumpkins on Pikes Petaluma Argus Courier
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