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Death At Yorkville

A terrible collision on Highway 128 at Yorkville last week took the life of 16-year-old William Landrum Jr. The young man died Tuesday afternoon, September 1st shortly before 6pm when…

Lives & Times of Valley Folks: Barbara Lamb

I met with Barbara Lamb a few days ago and we sat down to chat at one of the tables outside The Knitted Brow in downtown Boonville. Barbara was born…

School News 9/9/2009

 Most Memorable Students Everyone loves “Where are they now?” the part of School News that reports on what AV High graduates are up to. Last week I gave every teacher…

Local Food Assistance

The Boonville Farmers’ Market cash assistance program, otherwise known as Boonville Community Supported Agriculture (BCSA), is in need of immediate monetary donations to keep it afloat for the remainder of…

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…