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Mexican Senators Meet With California Dreamers

ALSO: Winter rain and flooding in California has meant heavy erosion off hillsides and into the state’s waterways.

Dear Member,
   This has been an incredibly productive and exciting year for KRCB as we seek to chart a new course for North Bay Public Media. Of course, we continued our 20-year tradition of extensive election coverage in both June and November; thanks to huge efforts by News Director Bruce Robinson we interviewed the candidates in all contested City Council races throughout Sonoma County.

   The year brought another Emmy for our Natural Heroes and a record number of PBS stations carrying the series.  Our series on “Watersheds in the North Bay” has met with very positive responses, and our live presentation of the opening weekend concerts at the Green Music Center went off without a hitch. And the premiere of our coproduction Rebels With A Cause is being followed by film festivals and screenings (details opposite page).

   Our Health Connections community and programming initiatives are taking shape as we work with the County of Sonoma, KBBF-FM, and Community Action Partnership.  We are reaching out to the business and philanthropic community for support for this multi year initiative building on the good work of the County’s Health Action Council.

All in all, we feel we are charting a course into a new future for public media, expanding the nature of our service to community.  Your continued support and contributions will help bring this vision of the future into reality.

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North Bay News

Expanding Agri-Tourism in the North Bay

An informational meeting about the expanding business of agri-tourism drew an intensely interested cross section of farmers, promoters and others to the Petaluma Community Center yesterday.

California's State-Run Retirement Program Imperiled By House Vote

ALSO: Nearly a hundred workers are part of a 24/7 crew assigned to the emergency Lake Oroville spillway repair project.

Deconstructing The Beatles’ Records

The records made by the Beatles have sold millions of copies, and their songs have been heard exponentially more often.

Assessing Sonoma County’s Arts Education Needs

As school budgets shrink and curriculum requirements tighten, are Sonoma County students still getting taught about the arts? Creative Sonoma is trying to assess the situation, with an eye toward…

Report: Lawmakers Should Extend Cap-And-Trade

ALSO: Emergency conditions are improving for communities downstream from Lake Oroville according to incident command.

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Alt.Latino Explores Afro-Latin Music For Black History Month

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Clyde Stubblefield, James Brown's Funky Drummer, Dies At 73

Clyde Stubblefield, the funk drummer whose work with James Brown made him one of the most sampled musicians in history, died Saturday morning in Madison, Wisc.
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Oddisee's 'The Iceberg' Has A Trove Of Stories Beneath Its Surface

The rapper Oddisee, born Amir Mohamed, has never shied away from big-picture questions about race, politics, wealth, religion and love in his music.

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