Lifescapes jazz collections sometimes on (and at) Target
Northern Californians are going back to school in the coming weeks and that means tens of thousands will be crowding into Target.
San Francisco Magazine
The Hills Are Alive with Kimchee Tacos
You've probably driven through the vast, golden hills of West Sonoma en route to a livelier destination, like the canoe-filled Russian River or a campground at Bodega Bay.
Rockfish And Lingcod Limits Prevail As Salmon Remain Elusive
Far to the north of Bodega Bay in Eureka the salmon action is red hot, but for Bodega anglers the bite has been pretty chilly.
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Principal signs district settlement
Jane Realon, a 19-year employee for Shoreline Unified School District, will work as an administrator on special assignment during the 2014-15 school year, according to terms of a settlement.
Raised Fishing The Ocean, It Was Good To Get Back
I have been following NorCal Sport Fishing Adventures and Captain Tim Wong on Facebook and noticed he was catching quite a few rockfish and lingcod.
Added cash saves Bodega Bay firefighters
A plan by the Bodega Bay Fire Protection District to sideline a third of its staff as early as this fall has been postponed, thanks to an infusion of funding from Sonoma County and the future partnership it represents.
Drought Dispatch: Good news for oyster farms
"We're about the only farmers you'll meet who love drought," said Martin Strain, owner of the 29-year-old company.
Point Reyes Light
District's could cut field trips, close Inverness and Bodega Bay Schools
An ad hoc committee tasked with trimming $1.2 million from Shoreline's three-year budget projections is reviewing suggestions for nearly 40 possible cuts or revenue generators, including closing schools, laying off teachers, reducing work days, eliminating benefits, cutting funding for athletics or food and ending summer school.