May 18, 2021
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WestAmerica Bank robbed  Uploaded May 17, 2021 12:00 am

WestAmerica Bank robbed


 ROHNERT PARK – On 5/17/2021, at approximately 1250 hours, a white male adult entered the WestAmerica Bank at 300 Rohnert Park Expressway. The subject walked up to the teller and said that he was robbing the bank. The male had his hands in his jacket pockets giving the impression he had a weapon hidden inside. 


New resources for community

Janal Reyes and Paula Brown with Unsheltered Friends Outreach, along with volunteers from Faith Community Church held their grand opening of new mobile showers on Wednesday, May 5.  This vehicle is the first of its kind for Rohnert Park.  This is a wonderful resource for the community and will be available every Wednesday at the church from 11 a.m.-1 p.m.  They supply clothing, snacks and resources for community members in need.   Learn more about the work that these ladies are doing on Facebook: Unsheltered Friends Outreach.  Faith Community Church is located at 7352 Boris Court in Rohnert Park. 

Photo by Tracy Si

Redistricting for California’s diverse communities

As a child of a farmworker, my father taught me the value of democratic participation and service to community, and instilled in me a strong loyalty to our system of democracy. For that reason, I am humbled and honored to have been selected as one of fourteen Commissioners on the 2020 California Citizens Redistricting Commission, which is charged with drawing maps for congressional, State Senate and Assembly Districts as well as mapping districts for the four State Board of Equalization seats. 


Ranch softball team wins over Analy

The Rancho Cotate High School softball team was relentless in its 7-6 comeback win over Analy High School Thursday afternoon in Rohnert Park — culminating in a walk-off home run from the Cougars’ standout senior outfielder. 


Sonoma, Marin water utilities seek 20 percent voluntary water use reduction

The Water Advisory Committee (WAC) to the Sonoma County Water Agency (Sonoma Water), which consists of representatives from eight public water utilities in Sonoma and Marin counties, passed a resolution Monday asking customers of the Sonoma-Marin Saving Water Partnership (Partnership) to voluntarily reduce water use by 20 percent due to the drought. The Partnership is a collaborative of the following utilities:  the cities of Santa Rosa, Rohnert Park, Petaluma, Sonoma, Cotati, Healdsburg; North Marin, Valley of the Moon and Marin Municipal Water Districts; Town of Windsor, California American Water – Larkfield District and Sonoma County Water Agency.