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Serving the communities of Kenwood, Glen Ellen and Oakmont

Pictures with the Press 2018

And the winner is...

Even though we encouraged manipulated photography in this year’s summer photo contest, in the end, it was Cindy Belluomini’s more...

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Decluttering
Letters to the Editor Sept. 15, 2018
Gorin town hall in Sonoma Valley
Fire district board expansion
Is the red flag flying?

Crime Watch

August 23
A resident of the 1000 block of Lawndale Road reported someone tresspassing. The caller said the man, who was known to the caller, was yelling and acting in a threatening manner. The man left on a bike, returned, and tried to apologize to the caller. A deputy drove out to the site, but the man had left again by the time the deputy arrived.

August 23
Deputies got a call at 6 p.m. from a residence near Kenwood Elementary School. The caller said kids on the school grounds were making lots of noise and banging on something metal. The caller wanted a deputy to go out and tell them to quiet down.

August 24
A passerby found a pile of cannabis-related growing materials on the side of the road in the 12000 block of Dunbar Road. The passerby was concerned because of the proximity to Dunbar Elementary School.

August 24
An employee at the Glen Ellen Grocery called to report seeing a woman nearby that had been caught on video shoplifting $38.83 of stuff from the market a few days before. A deputy drove out and asked her if she had the maoney to pay, and she said no. She was cited for petty theft.

August 25
A caller from the 900 block of Madrone Road reported tha she had had been followed by different vehicles the last few days. In addition, she said she had recently received a phone call from a stranger who said he knew everything about her.

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Legislators weigh in on SDC future

Moving the lands and buildings of the Sonoma Developmental Center from state to local control is proving to be a long and difficult process for a number of reasons. Perhaps most challenging is the fac more...

Gorin urges collaboration to address mountain lion conflicts

After receiving an outpouring of emails from people saddened over the killing of a young female mountain lion under a depredation permit in Kenwood, First District Supervisor Susan Gorin is urging col more...

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Community Calendar

Quarryhill Fall Plant Sale
09/22/2018
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Learn about oaks, redwoods and climate
09/22/2018
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Forest therapy hike
09/22/2018
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Redwood Empire Food Bank’s Station 3990 food giveaway
09/22/2018
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Oakmont Farmers Market
09/22/2018
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Oakmont Sunday Symposium
09/23/2018
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Medicinal plant walk at Quarryhill
09/23/2018
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Harvest Moon hike
09/23/2018
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Emmaus Inclusive Community service and potluck supper
09/23/2018
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Oakmont Caregivers Group meeting
09/24/2018
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Sugarloaf Trail Crew volunteer day
09/27/2018
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