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Petaluma, California is located in Sonoma County. Zip codes in Petaluma, CA include 94952, 94975, and 94955. The median home price in Petaluma is $575,000 which is roughly $308/per square foot. More Petaluma information.

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1 hr ago | Marin Independent Journal

Novato's Lynwood school celebrates the ukulele

Lynwood Elementary School students play ukuleles as they sing at school in Novato, Calif.

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6 hrs ago | Examiner.com

"The Art of Somatic Coaching" by Richard Strozzi-Heckler: 1st review

Richard Strozzi-Heckler has hit a home run with his latest book. He set out of writing a book that would define somatic coaching, which he has done.

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10 hrs ago | Petaluma360

Remembering the tragic murder of Kim Baucom

On a Sunday afternoon just two years ago, 43-year-old school teacher Kim Baucom Conover was fatally shot on Keller Street, while her divorce lawyer watched in horror.

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12 hrs ago | Patch.com

Drug Take-Back Day Is April 26 at Petaluma Community Center

The Petaluma Police Department is participating in the sixth National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day Saturday, April 26 at the Petaluma Community Center.

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15 hrs ago | Patch.com

Man, 27, Scraps With Cops, Arrested at Old Redwood Hwy Restaurant in Petaluma

Petaluma Police Department officers responded Monday shortly after 9 p.m. to reports of a male causing a disturbance at Pete's Henny Penny restaurant on Old Redwood Highway.

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Mon Apr 14, 2014

Petaluma360

Sonoma County looking to make carpools easier

Sonoma County transportation officials are looking at ways to get more use out of local Park-and-Rides - those lots right off the highway where commuters park and either carpool or take public transit to their final destination.

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Argus-Courier publisher to also lead Sonoma Index-Tribune

Sonoma Media Investments, the owner of The Press Democrat and four other North Bay publications, has launched a new weekly newspaper division to be led by Petaluma Argus-Courier Publisher John Burns.

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Patch.com

Reminder: 2 'Town Halls' Set This Week with Petaluma Police

Two "Town Hall" meetings with residents and the Petaluma Police Department are planned April 15 and 16. Petaluma officers are assigned by specific neighborhoods throughout Petaluma, and these "district officers" want to work with and hear from community members in identifying problems, setting priorities and developing plans to address residents' ... (more)

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Help the Petaluma Adobe 'Get Plastered'

In its 177 years, the Petaluma Adobe has withstood earthquakes, floods and some very raucous fandangos, a traditional party held at the end of the harvest season each fall.

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The Business Journal

Coffee grower-roaster expands to Petaluma

What estate vintners are to the wine business, Bendig-Moran Roasting, LLC, wants to be to the coffee business, and it's moving the tree-to-mug business to Petaluma this spring to accommodate a more than sevenfold increase in production after landing a major corporate customer.

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Sun Apr 13, 2014

Petaluma360

Teen Face: Knack for things mechanical pays off in competition

Stone Barone learned early on how to use both his hands and his head to repair dirt bikes and high performance go-karts.

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Patch.com

Checkpoints Net 15: 2 DUIs, 13 License Violators, Plus 2 Teens Ditched Car & Ran

The Petaluma Police Department released results today from Saturday night's checkpoint operations for impaired or unlicensed drivers.

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Patch.com

Lester Chambers' Attacker Gets 5 Years Probation & Rehab for Blues Fest Incident

A woman was sentenced Friday to five years of probation for attacking 73-year-old blues singer Lester Chambers from Petaluma after he dedicated a song to Trayvon Martin at the Hayward Russell City Blues Festival last July.

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Patch.com

'Johns' Stung; Creatives Called; Easter Bunny Bait

Scamster Alert! Beware of Calls from 253-719-5126 . Meth & Probation Don't Mix Well on Weaverly Drive .

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Sat Apr 12, 2014

Petaluma360

Labor group won't back Assembly candidate in primary

More than 60,000 union members living in the North Bay are expected to receive a slate mailer in the coming weeks bearing recommendations for who they should vote for in the June primary.

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San Francisco Bay View

24 hours: What you do with them is up to you

Whether it's raining or sunny, warm or cold, the sun comes up and goes down with or without our approval.

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Patch.com

Warner Bros. CEO Credits '#Petaluma' for His Winning Style & Success

In a recent New York Times article , Kevin Tsujihara, CEO of Warner Brothers said that his ambassadorial style - "behaving like a human being" is how he put it - reflected his unpretentious upbringing in #Petaluma, Calif."

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Petaluma360

Trojans bat for Douglas family

Petaluma High School's baseball Trojans, both varsity and junior varsity, will be swinging for the family of Wayne Douglas when they play San Lorenzo Saturday on the Petaluma diamond.

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Sheriff Log

The Sonoma County Sheriff's Department responded to the following call in the south county last week.Monday, April 72:49 p.m. - Animal Control was called to Bodega Avenue.

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Police Log

Here are some of the cases the Petaluma police responded to recently. The Argus-Courier publishes the names of people arrested for crimes such as those involving physical injury, property loss or damage of property, including burglary, battery, vandalism and drunken driving.

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