When Republican state Senator Jean Fuller takes over as minority leader next fall, three of California’s “big five” legislative leaders will be women.
It is Women’s History Month again, as it has been every March since 1988. But the roots of that national observation reach back even further, to 1977, when they first sprouted here in Sonoma County.
Public libraries everywhere are reflecting social and technical changes around them. So how can Sonoma County’s library’s plan for their future?
A pro-active college scholarship program in the North Bay is succeeding by starting early and getting involved in their students’ lives. Not only do most of them get their degrees, but many of the…
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