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Should California Restrict Building in High-Risk Fire Areas?

In her recent article, entitled “Fire Amnesia”, Felicity Barringer from the Bill Lane Center for the American West, argues that Californians are resistant to policies that would limit building in high-risk fire areas. KRCB’s Adia White spoke with Barringer about the role of local government in protecting communities from fire. (Image: Remains of a home in Paradise, CA. Credit: California National Guard.)

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Anniversary Gives Rialto Cinemas Founder Chance to Reflect

Ky Boyd opened his first Rialto movie theater 20 years ago in Sonoma County. Today, there are three Bay Area Rialtos, including one in Sebastopol. At those theaters, live and taped opera, ballet, and drama mix with Hollywood blockbusters and art house flicks. Boyd came by the station recently to talk with news director Steve Mencher about his lifelong love of movies, and the future of the business. Rialto Cinemas home page.

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Santa Rosa Junior College Receives $7 Million for Disaster Recovery Workforce Training

The U.S. Department of Commerce announced Monday morning that the department’s Economic Development Administration will award over 7 million dollars to better equip Sonoma County's workforce for disaster recovery. The funds will be used to build The North Bay Regional Construction and Building Trades Employment…



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