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Rep. Lynn Woolsey announces retirement  North Bay Rep.confirmed that she will not be running for re-election next year. She has represented the Sixth Congressional District B. Area Parks Among State Facing Closure  Bay Area Parks: Candlestick Point State Recreation Area in San Francisco and Petaluma Adobe State Historic Park that could be vulnerable City Council bans medical marijuana clubs
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Fundraisers held in honor of Alyssa Byrne
Petaluma mayor re-elected  David Glass, who was losing his re-election bid to City Councilman Mike Harris by 211 votes three weeks ago, has been re-elected Tragedy at raceway shakes North Bay community


year 2014 Top ^

Nov.26


year 2013 Top ^

Mar.18  
  The middle school that Marcus attended will have grief counselors when students return from spring break. Chase is a student at Petaluma High School
Jan.5
  As a family struggles to deal with the loss of a daughter, the community is coming together to help other families going through the uncertainty



year 2011 Top ^

Jun.27


year 2009 Top ^

May.29  


year 2007 Top ^

May.8
  Council voted to prohibit medical marijuana dispensaries, pointing out the opinion of law enforcement that the pot clubs attract crime


year 2005 Top ^

Feb.24   Hundreds Greet Returning Guard Unit
  Friends and families gathered to welcome home 52 men and women following a difficult tour in Iraq


year 2004 Top ^

Jun.24   Guardsmen Die in Baghdad Ambush
  Patrick McCaffrey and Andre Tyson were both from the Alpha Company of the 579th Battalion in Petaluma Jan.20   More Troops Deployed
  Some National Guards based in Petaluma leave on a deployment that will eventually take them to Iraq Jan.12   Man gets medals after 51 years  Kensei Ogata, 72, is finally going to be awarded the Purple Heart for his service in the Korean War

year 2003 Top ^

Nov.4 Voters against street repair measures  Measure C would have allow a special tax on gas and electric services to pay for street repairs Oct.1   Marc Klaas thanks those who helped him
  10 years ago, a violent parolee broke into the bedroom of Polly Klaas and stole away the 12-year-old girl
Aug.4 Fund-raiser planned for Polly Klaas center  The city renamed a historic building after 12-year-old girl who was abducted and killed from her home Jun.14   City admits it is owed back taxes  Officials were relying only on voluntary compliance for at least 15 years

year 2002 Top ^

Mar.3 Complex for followers of Indian guru  Two vegetarian food entrepreneurs have completed a $3 million spiritual center for followers of Gurinder Singh



    
    

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