The shakeup follows several months of turmoil sparked partly by a dispute over proposed pickleball courts and an April board election for the Oakmont Village Association.
In its haste to roll back 'job-killing regulations,' the Trump administration has undermined efforts to prevent unscrupulous for-profit colleges from taking advantage of students. Whether those students are fresh out of high school or veterans hoping to expand their employment prospects, they deserve better.
For 42 years, dozens of hockey teams with members age 40 or older have traveled to the Redwood Empire Ice Arena from across North America and around the globe.
Unemployment rose slightly in May due to seasonal changes from summer job seekers and school hiring.
Petaluman George Googins has created a one-of-a-kind house that is singularly his own, filled with unexpected surprises, and designed not to impress anyone, but only to please his own eyes and stir memories of places he’s been and people he has known.
Third World headlines with Maxi Priest at Reggae Sunfest in Rohnert Park.