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Serving the communities of Kenwood, Glen Ellen and Oakmont

Monarchs rule...

Katie Aimo of Swede’s Feeds gets ready to release a monarch butterfly on Aug. 11 (top). It only took a couple of seconds for more...

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The time is yesterday
Post office box policies reflect ongoing changes
Sonoma Valley Hospital to shutter OB department in October
Plans for Oakmont cannabis dispensary made official
Former Dunbar principal Blake running for school board

Crime Watch

July 24
A caller from te area of Lawndale Road and Warm Springs Road reported a man the calelr had problems with before was parked nearby. A deputy went out but could not locate anyone.

July 25
A vacation rental on Mervin Ave. was the target of extensive vandalism. A neighbor called after hearing a loud verbal argument between a male and a female, and glass shattering at a nearby residence. After a time not hering anything, the caller went over to the residence, looked through the window. It appeared the house had been ransacked. Deputies went out and found extensive damage - broken glass, flipped over furniture, windows broken, a shattered television, a broken glass door and chandelier, etc. The manager of the rental property arrived and gave deputies the name of the last people signed up for the rental, a party from San Francisco. As of press time, the case was still being investigated.

July 26
A woman called from the 15000 block of Marty Dr. to report that her boyfriend's ex-wife had been violating a temporary restraining order, and wanted a deputy to talk to her.

July 26
A rsident of Horn Ave. reported that a homeless encampmnet was on his property and started a campfire close to the Regional Park. A unit went out to the site, contacted one of the campers, and told him to clean up the site and leave.

July 28
Someone had trespassed on a property in the 1400 block of London Ranch Road and left about ten piles of wood chips.

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Mountain lion killed in Kenwood

Second mountain lion taken under depredation permit in past year

The last surviving mountain lion from a litter of triplets born in Glen Ellen in 2017 has been killed – taken under a depredation permit issued after the young female lion killed a goat on a creekside more...

Glen Ellen Fire District puts parcel tax on November ballot

When residents living within the boundaries of the Glen Ellen Fire Protection District (GEFPD) look at their Nov. 6 ballot, they’ll see something for the first time ever – a measure for a fire departm more...

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Community Calendar

Broadway tunes at Jack London State Park
08/17/2018
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Funky Fridays
08/17/2018
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Mayacamas Volunteer Fire department’s (MVFD) Starlight Dinner & Auction
08/18/2018
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Volunteer training at Jack London SP
08/18/2018
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Broadway tunes at Jack London State Park
08/18/2018
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Snow leopard talk at Quarryhill
08/18/2018
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Historical society looks at GE’s unique past
08/18/2018
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Broadway tunes at Jack London State Park
08/19/2018
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Free genealogy class in Oakmont starts
08/20/2018
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Trail work volunteer day
08/23/2018
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Volunteer training at Jack London SP
08/25/2018
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