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SVCAC meeting on traffic study
Missing man found dead at Hood Mountain park
Practicing gratitude
Volunteers restore historic orchard
Kenwood Depot celebrates 40 years as Historic Landmark

Crime Watch

October 24
A resident of the 16000 block of Sonoma Hwy. reported that a “problem neighbor” was very agitated and upset about the way the caller’s roommate had parked their car. The neighbor then parked his car to block the roommate’s car. The caller was advised on how to get a restraining order.

October 25
Loud music was reported in the 2000 block of Lawndale Road.

October 27
A suspicious man in a car was reported in the area of Keiser and Lawndale roads. The caller said the man had a man bun, and appeared to be casing the area. The caller asked the man what he was doing, noticing that there were a large number of items in the back of his car. The man said he was trying to find his way out of the area.

October 27
A resident in the 15000 block of Marty Dr. reported she had left in the morning and saw a neighbor's door open. When she returned at the end of the day, the door was still open. The woman walked over to the neighbor's house and found a diamond ring on the floor. A deputy came out and checked the house, and there was no sign that anything had been taken. The deputy then tried to contact the homeowner.

October 27
A resident in the 15000 block of Arnold Dr. called to report a loud party going on in the backyard of a nearby home. When the caller asked the partiers to quiet down, the caller got yelled at. All was quiet by the time a deputy drove by.

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Fire district consolidation pondered

The convoluted process of herding Sonoma Valley’s multiple fire districts and emergency responders into a regional organism continues, with some trepidation among some of the districts’ directors and more...

County fire funding to hit the March 2020 ballot

Still reeling after a two-year run of natural disasters, both fires and floods, the Sonoma County Board of Supervisors have decided to ask voters to approve a sales tax to increase funding for fire an more...

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Community Calendar

Glen Ellen/Kenwood Friends Feast
11/17/2019
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Oakmont Sunday Symposium
11/17/2019
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Free food available for those in need
11/19/2019
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Rotary Club of Glen Ellen-Kenwood meeting
11/20/2019
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Loss and resilience walk
11/21/2019
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Jackie Speier at Sonoma Speaker Series
11/22/2019
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Shoot for the stars at Ferguson Observatory
11/23/2019
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Hike for Fitness
11/23/2019
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Commemorate Jack’s death
11/23/2019
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Emmaus Inclusive Community service and potluck supper
11/24/2019
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Thanksgiving Break Day Camp
11/26/2019
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