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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,

I am delighted to let you know that KRCB North Bay Public Media will be working closely with the County of Sonoma over the next several years to expand the conversation about and awareness of key factors affecting our health. (See article on page 4.) The County has recently awarded the station a grant to seed an array of programming and activities toward this end. We will be seeking the balance of funding from other sources and already have 10 local organizations and businesses that have joined the KRCB Health Connections initiative to support this work.

While this work is being generously supported by Sonoma County, it is important to note that the issues which we will be exploring and investigating pertain throughout the entire Bay Area. We will be using examples and individuals from Sonoma County, but the challenges and road to solutions will be the same in San Jose and Livermore and Marin County. So, to our members throughout the region, don’t tune out the conversation; we all need to re-think and re-focus on the real matters affecting our health.

We are proud of the confidence that the County has demonstrated in KRCB and will be working hard to merit that confidence. Stay tuned!

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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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