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Jack London didn’t “invent” Sonoma County. However, he chose it as the only permanent home he ever had, which suggests that he was a factor in establishing its place in the wider world.
Gaye LeBaron
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Sonoma women's club marks 100 years at center of civic life

Its unassuming clubhouse is located only a half-block off the Sonoma Plaza, overlooked by visitors drawn to nearby restaurants, the mission and historic adobes.But for … ...read more

Source:: PressDemo – Local News

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The 2017 Annual History walk will be in April instead of June

Stay tuned for details on the Jeff Tobes Memorial History walk April 1st, 2017 from Healdsburg to Cloverdale.

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****** In preparation for its 100th anniversary in 2018, Santa Rosa Junior College is collecting a fabulous collection of digital images of student life. Here are some of the highlights. [...]
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Want an example of how different our ancestors were a century ago? Try this: Imagine dentistry as a spectator sport.On a summer evening in 1913 Santa Rosa, an audience gathered on the corner of Courthouse Square to watch fifty people have a tooth pulled - or maybe it was just [...]
Sun, Sep 25, 2016
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****** It was a military academy, a resort, an orphanage and a rehabilitation center. Now the 564 acres are up for sale, offering a moment to recall Lytton Springs' history. [...]
Sun, Sep 25, 2016
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****** Paul Gullixson's column in today's Press Democrat lays it out perfectly! [...]
Sun, Sep 25, 2016
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****** 40 years after 'Running Fence,' take a look back at the tiny hamlet of Valley Ford in our gallery of historic photos at pd2go.net/k0fZoT [...]
Sun, Sep 25, 2016
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It was a solemn and historic occasion, but all we remember about it today is that some bozos showed up and made fun of everybody.The event was the Fourth of July 1876 ceremonies held in Santa Rosa. "At an early hour the streets were thronged with carriages, horsemen and well [...]
Mon, Sep 19, 2016
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It was a momentous day: On February 24, 1854, the state legislature gathered in Benicia to vote on moving the state capitol to Sacramento. Three assemblyman stood and proposed to choose their own county seat instead - one wanted Marysville, another Stockton. James Bennett suggested Santa Rosa before the Yolo [...]
Sun, Sep 11, 2016
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