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Bird’s Eye View by Turkey Vulture

Greetings one and all. If you are sitting comforta­bly then I shall begin. There will be no mention of The Boonville Lodge this week. I promise. So the rains finally…

Lives & Times of Valley Folks: Bob Nimmons

I met Bob at his home on Ornbaun Road in Boonville and as we sat down to talk, his wife Sandra offered us some delicious cookies and a nice hot…

AVHS Hoops Report

Last Tuesday Anderson Valley High School hosted the Laytonville Warriors. The opening game was played by the JV Boys and from the tip-off seemed like the teams were fairly evenly…

Bird’s Eye View

Greetings one and all. If you are sitting comfortably I shall begin. As I walked around downtown Boonville’s “All that Good Stuff” store last week, looking for an appropriate birthday…

Lives & Times of Valley Folks: Judy Long

I drove into the Rancho Navarro subdivision north of Navarro and turned into the driveway of the home of Judy and Garth Long, the one with the new fire truck…

Lives & Times of Valley Folks: James Monroe ‘Bo’ Hiatt

I drove to the south end of Boonville on Highway 128 and turned into a driveway before the Brewery to the home of Bo and Bobbie Hiatt. Bobbie and dog…

Farm To Farm

The promises of rain have been mostly hopeful as forecasters see abundant moisture in the El Niño conditions of the Pacific headed our way, but fizzling at the first contact…

Valley People 1/6/2010

WILLIAM HOUSLEY kicks off his new business, Vintage Wine Tours, this Saturday (January 9th) with a barbecue and complementary tour of The Valley's wineries. Be there at Vintage Wine Tours'…

William ‘Bud’ Johnson

I met with Bud at his home on Anderson Valley Way, just north of Boonville, and as I drove up he was practicing his roping on a dummy cow. “I…

Lives & Times: Ruby Patricia ‘Pat’ Hulbert

I drove about 1⁄4 mile up the driveway opposite Gowan’s Oak Tree fruit stand to arrive at Pat Hulbert’s home on the Hulbert Ranch. She welcomed me into her cluttered…

Jobama!

Last year we got a rescue cat that my son-in-law named Barako — hoping, I think, that the animal would clean up the right-wing rodent population around the place. I’m…