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Lives & Times of Valley Folks: Hayes Brennan

A couple of Thursdays ago, I met with Hayes Brennan at his home on Gschwend Road in between Philo and Navarro. Hayes suffered from a stroke nearly three years ago…

Lives & Times of Valley Folks: Rodolfo Ibarra

 A couple of Sundays ago I drove in behind Lemons’ Market in Philo to the Ibarra home, one of several back there set among some lovely gardens and trees. We…

AV Soccer 2009

The Anderson Valley High School Boys’ soccer season got underway last Saturday with the Alumni Game which ended in a convincing 6-4 victory for the school against their bigger, stronger…

Richard H. ‘Dick’ Sand

Richard Hunter 'Dick' Sand of Boonville died on Sunday, August 16, 2009. He was born March 26, 1935 in the state of Maine. Mr. Sand was a retired heavy equipment…

Valley People 8/19/2009

DICK SAND said he was trying to get his weight down the last time I talked with him. Dick was puffing long 128 toward Bradford Lane south of Boonville as…

Lives & Times of Anderson Valley Folks: Kirk Wilder

On a gloriously sunny afternoon in Boonville, and following a brief tour of his workshop and hangar with two small airplanes, Kirk Wilder and I sat down to chat on…

Farmers Market Report

The Ukaholics provided a musical backdrop for the Boonville Farmers' market on Saturday morning. They entertained the throngs of shoppers with their barbershop quartet style harmonizing and slapstick theatrics. Actually…

Bird’s Eye View 8/19/2009

Greetings one and all. My apologies for the absence of a Bird’s Eye View last week. Many of you have written to me wondering why and expressing concern. I was…

Valley People 8/12/2009

MANY LOCALS will remember Don Pierce, and remember him fondly as a friendly, neighborly man who always made time for his community in the years he lived in Anderson Valley.…

AV FFA Wins At Redwood Empire Fair

Six members of the AV Future Farmers of America represented the chapter well both in and out of the show ring. The six boys showed meat pens of poultry and…

Valley People 8/05/2009

THERE ARE PEOPLE we all assume are indestructible, indomitable people who seem to go on and on, but whose passings, when they come even at an advanced age, are still…