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  1. Self-Proclaimed "Downtown L.A. Predator" in Rohnert ParkRead the original story

    Friday Aug 11 | The Community Voice

    ROHNERT PARK The Rohnert Park Department of Public Safety would like to make the community aware of a known sex offender attempting to relocate to the city of Rohnert Park, who we consider to be a high risk to reoffend. Daniel "Dan" Patrick Cilley contacted our department this week to advise he is moving into our city.

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  2. Temperament testing for dogs is a complex topicRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 10 | The Community Voice

    Last week the Press Democrat published a long article on the merits of the temperament tests that shelters do with the dogs. They brought up a lot of good points and examples but as usual painted the issue as black and white.

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  3. How to ensure the compassionate End-of-Life momentRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 10 | The Community Voice

    Imagine you are 94, frail, clear-thinking and you are admitted into the hospital because you fell. Now imagine that you didn't break a single bone, and the doctor ordered a huge array of tests.

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  4. Cal Skate's artistic skating team can now call themselves number one after winning nationalsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 10 | The Community Voice

    Wearing uniforms of sparkling purple and black, the Rohnert Park Cal Skate, Artistic Skating Club "Express" team skated their way to winning the Artistic Roller Skating National Championships last week in Nebraska, taking home medals for the first time and making a comeback after only coming in third place at last year's competition. 11 of the 13 team members competed in a five-minute synchronized routine, which comprised of circular transitions, spins, backwards floor transitions and integrated dance moves across a wide expanse of an old-fashioned wooden rink.

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  5. Community Events Calendar August 11, 2017 through August 24, 2017Read the original story

    Thursday Aug 10 | The Community Voice

    Gabriel Iglesias 'Fluffyface': 20 Years of comedy tour, 7:30 p.m., Weill Hall and lawn, 1801 E. Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park. Tickets are $25.

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  6. Japanese students enjoy visiting Rohnert ParkRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 10 | The Community Voice

    Students from Aiko High School in Matsuyama, Japan, have once again visited Rohnert Park and the surrounding Sonoma County towns as part of their annual homestay adventure to America. This is the fourth year they've come to Rohnert Park to be immersed in American culture, the English language and to live with host families from the area via the educational non-profit, PeopleLink.

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  7. RP City Council one step closer to vision of downtownRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 10 | The Community Voice

    A resolution that would allow the city manager to launch a "Form Based Code" contract with a city designer and contractor, a document that defines the aesthetic look and design of a city's downtown area, passed 5 to 0 at this week's city council meeting, putting the city one step closer to establishing an official downtown area for Rohnert Park. The contract was awarded to Opticos Design Inc., an architect and urban planning firm based out of Berkeley, known for designing the likes of Hamilton Housing in Novato, the Livermore Village in Livermore and even "tropical buildings" in Gabon, Africa, according to their website.

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  8. Update from March 8 Bomb ThreatRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 10 | The Community Voice

    Back on March 8, 2017, The Rancho Cotate High School located in Rohnert Park, CA received a warning by email that students and faculty would be massacred and now has been discovered it has been linked to two international investigations and a bomb threat-for-hire on a dark web. Federal court documents that were unsealed have revealed that a Michael Kadar, age 19, with dual United States and Israeli citizenship was hired to send a threat to the school in Rohnert Park.

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  9. Would you like your cat to be happy?Read the original story

    Thursday Aug 3 | The Community Voice

    I've been thinking a lot about the information from a cat behavior course I took last year. I'm finally getting around to rewriting our cat adoption packet to reflect some of the new thoughts and this summer I presented the cat care talk to our summer campers.

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  10. Summer heat and seniorsRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 3 | The Community Voice

    Summer can mean many fun things: longer days, family reunions and ice cream. But for older adults, it can also have its challenges.

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  11. 'We've only just begun' Miss Rohnert Park - Sept. 7, 1972Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 3 | The Community Voice

    "We've only just begun" is the theme for Miss Rohnert Park 1973 pageant, which begins at 8 p.m. tomorrow at Rohnert Park Jr. High. Twelve girls are competing for the crown, which includes $100 and a number of gifts from local merchants.

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  12. An act of kindness by RPFD officersRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 3 | The Community Voice

    Two and a half years ago, Rosalie Solis-Augusto and her husband Dennis had moved into an over 55 senior apartment complex in Santa Rosa. Life was going fairly well but then a call was received that their grandson, Preston Jackson, would end up in a foster home unless grandpa and grandma stepped forward.

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  13. Leaving behind a legacy of integrity in educationRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 3 | The Community Voice

    When Dr. Laurie Mason, Ed.D. speaks about education, her passion and enthusiasm is obvious and contagious. With about 30 years of experience as both teacher and principal, Mason has seen the many changes that have occurred in education over the past decades, both positive and negative.

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  14. 54 miles of road work to cause delays for some local roadsRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 3 | The Community Voice

    Sonoma County Transportation and Public Works are telling Sonoma County residents to expect traffic delays as the department kicked off a 54-mile-long road construction and maintenance project in unincorporated areas of Sonoma County, which will not be completed until around next winter, according to County Supervisor David Rabbitt. According to a Sonoma County press release, the work to be done over a period of several months will "enhance a total of 255,515 average daily vehicle trips," and while some roads are still in good condition, Jennifer Larocque, public affairs program manager for the department, said good roads are updated in order to retain their strong infrastructure.

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  15. Local team sets goal of $100,000 for Leukemia and LymphomaRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 3 | The Community Voice

    On August 6, Team John Henry, a Team in Training for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, will be hosting the first of two fundraisers to help reach their goal of raising $100,000 for a research grant to find a cure, in honor of John Henry's memory. The "Flapjacks for LLS" event will take place at Applebee's in Rohnert Park and all proceeds from the breakfast will go to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society .

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  16. Rohnert Park and Cotati citizens come out for safety tips and fun at annual National Night OutRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 3 | The Community Voice

    Sizzling meatballs, a traditional South Korean Jujutsu performance, red fire engines and the Cotati Police Dog Remo, were only a few of the sights at this years' 7th annual Rohnert Park National Night Out, where around 300 or so residents came out to engage with Rohnert Park Public Safety police officers and firefighters, as well as enjoy family friendly activities in conjunction with Cotati's National Night Out, which was held later in the evening. The RP National Night Out, which is part of a nation-wide NNO for police agencies throughout the 50 states, saw a bit of a larger turn-out than years past with its myriad food vendors and kids games, such as a bean bag toss.

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  17. Ribbon cutting event introduces the new and improved Richard Crane Elementary SchoolRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 3 | The Community Voice

    The newly built and revamped Richard Crane Elementary school on Southwest Boulevard in "C" Section, held its ribbon cutting ceremony and grand opening Saturday morning, providing parents and students a tour of the sparkling new school geared towards creating a project based and collaborative learning environment for both students and teachers. The event hosted by the school's parent teacher association started around 9:30 a.m. with a pancake breakfast, where around 80 parents, teachers and students lined up to the smell of pancake batter and were also given the opportunity to enter in a school fundraiser raffle.

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  18. Thank You for Being LateRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 27 | The Community Voice

    Subtitled "An Optimist's Guide to Thriving in the Age of Acceleration" this book continues Friedman's exploration of our technological times. How does the rapid change in which we conduct our daily lives affect us separately and communally in our relationships with others around the globe? There is no question we are affected as unique individuals and as members of larger groups: the groups that are familiar and nearby; the groups that are unfamiliar and far away.

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  19. CRPUSD Board to vote on Computer Science Magnet schoolsRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 27 | The Community Voice

    Two elementary schools in Rohnert Park are being considered as sites for future computer science magnet schools by the Cotati Rohnert Park Unified School District, with the hopes of boosting students' skills in technology for future college and career readiness. "We've been looking at ideas to increase STEM education," says Julie Synyard, Assistant Superintendent for the Cotati Rohnert Park Unified School District.

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  20. Phyris Tobler, social worker turns to photographyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 27 | The Community Voice

    Phyris Tobler, a local photographer, took an early retirement from social work in 1995 and decided to take a cross-country trip. She discovered the southwest, Utah and Arizona in particular; a land of inspiring beauty.

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