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Serving the communities of Kenwood, Glen Ellen and Oakmont

Oakmont votes to raise dues, buy golf course

More work needed to seal the deal

In the end, it wasn’t even close. A record number of voters overwhelmingly gave the Oakmont Village Association (OVA) permis more...

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Fantastic beasts and where to find them
Letters to the Editor August 15, 2019
Fire agencies, county to host meeting on alerts and warnings
FAQs about PG&E Bankruptcy
Forum to award replant grant money

Crime Watch

July 25
At 1:30 a.m., deputies got a call from the 15000 block of Arnold Dr. from a resident who said a strange woman had just knocked on her door and asked to use the phone. The caller said the woman seemed frantic, and then had gotten in her car and drove away on Arnold Dr.

July 25
A resident of the 4000 block of Wake Robin Drive said her house had been broken into and someone had stolen a cell phone and tools. The caller called back a little later and said the items had been found.

July 25
Deputies got a call about an intoxicated male in the 15000 block of Arnold Dr. who was having trouble standing up. The caller was closing up a business for the night, and also said that now the man had his pants down around his ankles and was bleeding from his arm. A call went out for medical personnel to take care of the man.

July 26
A resident of the 13000 block of Gibson St. called to report that he had allowed a friend to stay in his garage, but now the friend was acting up. The caller said the friend would not leave when asked, and that he was drinking heavily. Dispatch could hear a yelling man in the background, and the caller saying "Get away from here." A deputy went out but there was nothing further in the report.

July 27
At 10:30 p.m., deputies got a call from a residence in the 15000 block of Arnold Dr.. The caller said that a woman she didn't know was outside of the home and laughing.

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PG&E to locals: Prepare for prolonged power outages

The PG&E power shutoff roadshow came through Kenwood, as a full house at the Kenwood fire station learned details about the utility’s aggressive, ramped-up measures to try and reduce the risk of w more...

Theodore L. Eliot, diplomat, conservationist

1928-2019

Sonoma Valley lost a great friend with the passing of Ted Eliot on Aug. 9, 2019. A loving husband, father, diplomat, birder, A’s fan, raconteur, and living example of the best in life we encounter all more...

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Community Calendar

Trail work day
08/22/2019
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Funky Fridays concerts at Hood Mansion
08/23/2019
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“Those Dancin’ Feet”
08/23/2019
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Orchard hike
08/24/2019
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The wonderful world of plants at Quarryhill lecture series
08/24/2019
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Yoga Hike
08/24/2019
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Campfire program
08/24/2019
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Shoot for the stars at observatory
08/24/2019
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“Those Dancin’ Feet”
08/24/2019
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Emmaus Inclusive Community service and potluck supper
08/25/2019
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Gospel choir and picnic at St. Patrick’s
08/25/2019
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