Three-way contest could make supervisor election interesting

The biggest question in the three-way contest for First District Supervisor is whether it will be over in June or continue through the summer if none of the three candidates get more than half the vote in the June 7 primary election. A six-way race in 2012 had no June primary winners, pit more...

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Crime Watch

April 20
An employee at Kunde Estate Winery called to report that a male patron was possibly under the influence and was acting very agggressively. The employee said the man's wife had eventually taken him to their car and drove away. The employee was afraid the man might return. A deputy went out and was able to conduct a traffic stop on the car, and the wife said that she was driving the man home.

April 22
An injured deer was reported on a property on Summerhill Lane. Animal Control was called.

April 24
A supicious vehicle was reported in the 400 block of Adobe Canyon Road. The caller said a brown truck with a trailer had been parked in a turnout for theree weeks and might be abandoned.

April 25
A man residing in the 14000 block of arnold Dr. called to say a relative he had forbidden to enter the home had done so without permission and takedn a numbr of items. The items were later recovered.

April 26
An empty safe was found in a dumpster in the parking lot of the Glen Ellen Village Market.

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GE residents sound off on speeding, parking issues

A vocal group of Glen Ellen residents gave First District Supervisor Susan Gorin an earful about what they said is excessive parking on a county-owned strip of land, as well as about continual problems with vehicles traveling at high speeds through town. About 30 people attended a May 11 more...

FDIC recovers insurance money in bank failure

Another step in a long, complicated legal dance involving defunct Sonoma Valley Bank

The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) will soon recoup $4.8 million of the more than $12 million it sought from officers of the failed Sonoma Valley Bank (SVB). Three of the bank’s officers, Melvin J. Switzer, Sean C. Cutting and Brian Melland, signed off on an agreement that al more...

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Community Calendar

Jack London, the photographer
05/25/2016
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Glen Ellen-Kenwood Rotary meeting
05/25/2016
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From the Model T to the Tesla at Sir #53
05/25/2016
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Therapeutic nature walks, qigong
05/26/2016
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Funky Fridays
05/27/2016
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Dastardly Deeds at Yoursin Mine, or Yukon Take it With You
05/27/2016
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Oakmont annual car show
05/28/2016
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Dastardly Deeds at Yoursin Mine, or Yukon Take it With You
05/28/2016
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Dastardly Deeds at Yoursin Mine, or Yukon Take it With You
05/29/2016
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Assisted suicide law explained
06/01/2016
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Therapeutic nature walks, qigong in Glen Ellen
06/02/2016
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