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North Bay Residents Offer Hope, Aid to Camp Fire Evacuees

Thousands of people from Butte County remain displaced due to the Camp Fire. Though some evacuations in the town of Paradise were lifted, much of the area is still under an evacuation order. Some Sonoma County residents have decided to help by hosting evacuees free of charge in their Airbnbs. KRCB’s Adia White spoke to Sebastopol resident Sally Parks, who hosted two families in her rental since the fire. Thank you letter for Sally Parks. Credit: Adia White

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Contestant Ronda Lauritson and her dog Tarn. Credit: Adia White

Dogs Compete in Sheep Herding at Hopland Research Center

Every year the Hopland Research Extension Center hosts an annual sheep dog trial. Contestants and their dogs travel to Mendocino county, in hopes of earning points that will help them qualify for the national sheep herding competition, which take place in October of next year. KRCB’s Adia White went to this year’s event on Nov. 11th and has this report. Contestant Rhonda Lauritsen and her dog Tarn. Credit: Adia White

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Coffey Strong Heads to Butte County to Share Advice

Representatives from the neighborhood group Coffey Strong will travel to Butte County this week to offer recovery advice to survivors of the Campfire. KRCB’s Adia White talked with Pamela Halsema about what she hopes to share with people who are now going through what she went through last year when she lost her home.…

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Listen to Discussion with NPR Luminaries on Ethics, News

On October 15th, Northern California Public Media presented a public lecture called ETHICS AND JOURNALISM: A DISCUSSION WITH NPR LUMINARIES. NPR Ombudsman Elizabeth Jensen (pictured) was joined by NPR reporter Alex Chadwick, and Paul Gullixson from Sonoma State University, for an interactive talk…
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Coffey Strong Heads to Butte County to Share Advice

Representatives from the neighborhood group Coffey Strong will travel to Butte County this week to offer recovery advice to survivors of the Campfire. KRCB’s Adia White talked with Pamela Halsema…
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North Bay Residents Offer Hope, Aid to Camp Fire Evacuees

Thousands of people from Butte County remain displaced due to the Camp Fire. Though some evacuations in the town of Paradise were lifted, much of the area is still under an evacuation order. Some…
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Sonoma County to Create New Emergency Management Department

Christopher Godley’s interim role as the Sonoma County emergency manager may soon become permanent. The Board of Supervisors will vote on Godley’s permanent appointment on Tuesday. KRCB’s Adia White…
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Community Members Debate How to Best Spend Homelessness Aid Grant

Sonoma County is slated to receive a twelve million dollar grant from the state of California to be used for Homeless Emergency Aid Programs. Santa Rosa City councilmember Julie Combs hosted a…

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