Publication: Sonoma Index-Tribune

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Judith Faye King

Judy King, of Napa, passed away in the evening hours of Aug. 27, 2014.She was born Judith Faye Martin, in Concord, on Oct. 29, 1944, to Kenneth Martin and Marge Martin. She grew up in Knightsen and Glen Ellen, graduating from Sonoma Valley High School ... [Published Sonoma Index-Tribune - 26 mins ago]
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Dianne M Audiss

, 50, left this world on Aug, 22, 2014, in Sonoma, California. Dianne was a fourth-generation Sonoman, born June 18, 1964. She attended St. Francis Solano School and Justin-Siena High School.Dianne was a free spirit, loved the Giants and 49ers, country ... [Published Sonoma Index-Tribune - 26 mins ago]
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Kimiko ‘Kim’ Kuragami Cool

Kim was born Kimiko Kuragami in Saitama-ken, Japan.She is survived by two daughters, Deborah and Natalie; son-in-law, Enrique; and six grandchildren, Max, Catherine, Gabriel, Daniel, Javier and Juan Armando. She leaves two brothers, George and Jim; and ... [Published Sonoma Index-Tribune - 26 mins ago]
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Albert A. Weber (Abe)

Albert Weber, 88, a longtime resident of San Francisco, died surrounded by his loving family on Aug. 18, 2014. Albert was born May 17, 1926, in Shawnee, Oklahoma, to Joe Weber and Virginia (Fox) Weber. He was the third of seven children. In 1934, the ... [Published Sonoma Index-Tribune - 26 mins ago]
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Schools survive quake with no structural damage

No Sonoma district schools reported structural damage after the Aug. 24 earthquake. On the Monday following the quake, schools opened as scheduled and most practiced earthquake drills in the event of aftershocks or future quakes. At Sonoma Valley High ... [Published Sonoma Index-Tribune - 44 mins ago]
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Happy freshman arrive at high school

Last week, Sonoma Valley High School welcomed close to 380 new students into its ninth grade class. The students are divided into three small learning communities for the year, called freshman teams: Olympus, Fuji and Mauna Kea. Pictured left to right, ... [Published Sonoma Index-Tribune - 44 mins ago]
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The Learning Myth: Why I’ll never tell my son he’s smart

My 5-year­-old son has just started reading. Every night, we lie on his bed and he reads a short book to me. Inevitably, he’ll hit a word that he has trouble with. Last night, the word was “gratefully.”He eventually got it after a fairly painful minute. ... [Published Sonoma Index-Tribune - 44 mins ago]
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Thousands flock to ARTescape

Early in 2012, a group of local working artists decided to take a leap of faith.On the premise that, if you build it, they will come, Thena Trygstad, Janis Kobe, Gayle Manfre, Penny MacNaughton and Kate Ortolano decided to create a nonprofit program, ... [Published Sonoma Index-Tribune - 44 mins ago]
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Teachers of the Year to be honored at Saturday’s Red & White Ball

Before heading off for the next chapter in their lives, each member of Sonoma Valley High School’s class of 2014 was asked to reflect on their education and to choose a favorite elementary, middle and high school teacher. For the first time, the three ... [Published Sonoma Index-Tribune - 44 mins ago]
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Sonoma Harvest Wine Auction raises record $4 million

The Great Recession may not be over for everyone, but members of the aristocracy of wine demonstrated with their auction paddles that good times are here again, raising $4 million at the annual Sonoma Harvest Wine Auction.That was almost three times the ... [Published Sonoma Index-Tribune - 44 mins ago]
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Third-generation native son

A grand Glen Ellen welcome to our newest resident, little Tripp William Everidge.Born at 7:14 in the evening on Friday, Aug. 22, little Tripp weighed 5 pounds, 5 ounces, and was 18-1/2 inches long. His grandmother, Petra Everidge, who was on hand to welcome ... [Published Sonoma Index-Tribune - 2 hours ago]
First reported Aug 29 2014 - Updated Aug 29 2014 - 2 reports

Sonoma Community Center hosts India photo exhibit

The Sonoma Community Center presents “Auspicious India,” an exhibition of travel photography by students of the Solano Community College Photography Department, from Sept. 5 through 26 in Gallery 212.Organized by Professor Ron Zak, the exhibit features ... [Published Sonoma Index-Tribune - Aug 29 2014]

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Albert A. Weber (Abe) [Published Sonoma Index-Tribune - 26 mins ago]
Kimiko ‘Kim’ Kuragami Cool [Published Sonoma Index-Tribune - 26 mins ago]
Dianne M Audiss [Published Sonoma Index-Tribune - 26 mins ago]
Judith Faye King [Published Sonoma Index-Tribune - 26 mins ago]
Teachers of the Year to be honored at Saturday’... [Published Sonoma Index-Tribune - 44 mins ago]
Sonoma Harvest Wine Auction raises record $4 mi... [Published Sonoma Index-Tribune - 44 mins ago]
Thousands flock to ARTescape [Published Sonoma Index-Tribune - 44 mins ago]
The Learning Myth: Why I’ll never tell my son h... [Published Sonoma Index-Tribune - 44 mins ago]
Happy freshman arrive at high school [Published Sonoma Index-Tribune - 44 mins ago]
Schools survive quake with no structural damage [Published Sonoma Index-Tribune - 44 mins ago]
Third-generation native son [Published Sonoma Index-Tribune - 2 hours ago]
Transcendence closes with ‘Gala’ [Published Sonoma Index-Tribune - Aug 30 2014]
Why do we have zero periods? [Published Sonoma Index-Tribune - Aug 30 2014]
Needs help finding hit-and-run suspect [Published Sonoma Index-Tribune - Aug 30 2014]
Cultural dissonance in a drought [Published Sonoma Index-Tribune - Aug 30 2014]
Come hear Gen. Tony Zinni, an American treasure [Published Sonoma Index-Tribune - Aug 30 2014]
Valley Forum: Pompey’s Pillar [Published Sonoma Index-Tribune - Aug 30 2014]
Musings of a Native Son: Chet Sharek, the ultim... [Published Sonoma Index-Tribune - Aug 30 2014]
Editorial: CSEC Plaza policy is misguided [Published Sonoma Index-Tribune - Aug 30 2014]
An oxymoron called ‘family vacation’ [Published Sonoma Index-Tribune - Aug 30 2014]
Chamber, city survey extended to Sept. 3 [Published Sonoma Index-Tribune - Aug 29 2014]
Garden club hosts Przybycien [Published Sonoma Index-Tribune - Aug 29 2014]
What’s open, closed Labor Day [Published Sonoma Index-Tribune - Aug 29 2014]
Woman avoids scam, wants to alert others [Published Sonoma Index-Tribune - Aug 29 2014]
Sonoma Cycle Fit opens [Published Sonoma Index-Tribune - Aug 29 2014]
Jack London Piano Club sets Sept. 14 concert [Published Sonoma Index-Tribune - Aug 29 2014]
Sonoma Community Center hosts India photo exhibit [Published Sonoma Index-Tribune - Aug 29 2014]
Tickets still available for Cohn music fest [Published Sonoma Index-Tribune - Aug 29 2014]
SCC taking applications for ‘Follies’ [Published Sonoma Index-Tribune - Aug 29 2014]
Sebastiani screens historical SF documentaries [Published Sonoma Index-Tribune - Aug 29 2014]
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