Sonoma County

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So·no·ma County

A county of northwest California north of San Francisco and west of Napa Valley. It is a noted wine-producing region.
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He had a metal plate made, on which was stamped: RETURN TO WALT IRVINE, GLEN ELLEN, SONOMA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA.
Years of freighting and mining had followed, and, with a stake gleaned from the Merced placers, he satisfied the land-hunger of his race and time by settling in Sonoma County.
The Sonoma County Experience and Francis Ford Coppola recently partnered up to bring a unique experience in cannabis and wine to Sonoma County.
Schulz -- Sonoma County Airport (STS) and partners have announced American Airlines has launched its first inbound and outbound flights from the airport, the company said.
Sonoma County wineries are on par with Napa when it comes to DtC shipments, dispatching 1,717,780 cases over the past year.
She has a long history of community service in Sonoma County. She has chaired the Santa Rosa Chamber of Commerce, United Way, Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital Foundation and the Rose Parade.
Before that, he served as vice president and commercial banking manager for Umpqua Bank (NASDAQ: UMQA), and spent seven years with Sterling Savings Bank as team leader of the bank's Sonoma County Commercial Banking Group.
The Redwood Empire Food Bank (REFB) is the largest hunger-relief organization serving north coastal California, from Sonoma County to the Oregon border.
About ( 400 people were missing, the Sonoma County Sheriff's office said Thursday.
Joseph Health said about 170 patients have been treated, many for burns and smoke inhalation, at three of its hospitals, including two in Sonoma County, where at least 11 people died of fire-related injuries.
The publication is distributed on the last Tuesday of each month to approximately 20,000 households in predominantly Latino neighborhoods in Sonoma County. Another 10,000 copies are dispensed in high traffic public locations as well.

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