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|2018-10-03Oct 3, 2018
Immigration Stories by Christopher Kerosky - October 2018 - Why One Justice on the Supreme Court Matters
One judge can make a huge difference in many lives—including the lives of immigrants.
In 2015, one federal judge in Texas unilaterally blocked an Executive Order issued by President Obama called DAPA that would have extended a reprieve from deportation and a work permit to 5 million people. Later that same year, the difference on the federal appeals court was one judge in a 2-1 ruling affirming the decision of that Texas judge.
|2018-05-30May 30, 2018
They work hard and store their goods for the cold, rainy winter when they’ll need them. Inherent in that Aesop Fable is the importance of planning and patience. Grasshoppers, according to Aesop, are impulsive, like to play cards and live for today.
|2018-05-28May 28, 2018
This rose from Kelley & Young has a creamy red berry cinnamon quality, watermelon and very even distribution of subtle mineral throughout the palate and a low alcohol of 13.2%
|2018-09-26Sep 26, 2018
In the not so distant past, the controversies around what risk different chemicals such as Glyphosates posed to human health pitted the Federal regulators against the Industry representatives. Now, in this new era, many of the leaders at the Environmental Protection Energy have actually come from the ranks of Chemical Industry lobbyists. Not surprisingly, despite increasing evidence of human toxicity, these regulators seem to be losing interest in limiting human exposure to these potentially dangerous substances.
|2018-09-21Sep 21, 2018
North Bay residents participated in both sides of a debate at the Global Climate Action Summit over how to best fight climate change and whether local governments have done enough.
|2018-09-11Sep 11, 2018
The Sonoma County Board of Supervisors Tuesday heard public comment on six lawsuits against the county, approved an amendment to the county’s mining ordinance and granted county employees affected by the fires 40 hours of leave time.
|2018-09-07Sep 7, 2018
As goat dairy company Redwood Hill Farm & Creamery celebrates its 50th year, Jennifer Bice looks to the future, adapting her farm to the immediate challenges of climate change, drought, and wildfires to protect the animals she loves and the land that sustains them.
|2018-08-01Aug 1, 2018
With great weather heading into fall, it’s the perfect time to get out on your bike. Living here in Sonoma County we are blessed with many different choices. Depending on your mood you can pick from rolling vineyards, steep climbs or twisty coastal roads. One thing I also take into consideration is the location of the ride.
|2018-07-31Jul 31, 2018
Keller Estate Pinot Gris, La Cruz Vineyard, Sonoma Coast, 2014
A nose of green tea, honeysuckle and hibiscus, the palate translates into the green tea with flavors of Bartlett pear, soft full acid throughout the palate with hints of floral. Pair with poultry dishes such as a Caesar salad or enjoy with a green salad. Enjoy now through 2019. kellerestate.com.
|2018-07-17Jul 17, 2018
It takes a certain kind of person to step into the general management of a family legacy business like Dry Creek Vineyard, take up the yoke and plow forward. I’m going to go out on a limb and claim that personal integrity is a critical ingredient for that drive.
|2018-06-28Jun 28, 2018
Winemaker and winery owner, John Hart (alongside his wife, Desiree Hart) has been producing wines in Sonoma County under his own label since 1991.
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