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Ernst III shows how to get it done

Monday, August 25th, 2014

Almost every neighborhood in the county has been trying to figure out how Robbi Ernst III got his street’s pot holes filled in

Cowboy 1888

Sanctioned Gay Rodeo gallops into Duncans Mills

Monday, August 25th, 2014

Why are all those folks on horseback smiling? They’re having fun, doing something thrilling, and exploring their dreams before an admiring crowd.
They get to bounce up and down, too. The Golden State Gay Rodeo has come to town.

Female Steelhead - an especially atteactive fish.

“Fishstock 2014″ – Not your grandma’s bouillabaisse

Monday, August 25th, 2014

“Fishstock” 2014 where you’ll dance to a different tuna and have blenny of fun. And it’s family-friendly and free.

"You are coming...aren't you?!"

Best Bets around the River August 25 to August 31

Monday, August 25th, 2014

“Fishstock” (Woodstock NEVER had views like this), “On the Verge” in Monte Rio, the Frgo Brothers at the Blue Heron

Great Horned Owl

Austin Creek S.R.A. celebrates its 50th anniversary

Monday, August 18th, 2014

Austin Creek celebrates its 50th anniversary this year with an array of events, music, exploration and fun for the entire family.

Meteor Shower

Best Bets around The River Aug. 18 to Aug. 24

Monday, August 18th, 2014

Conrad Diehl and the Real Diehl free at the Blue Heron, the night sky from Vista Point. live theater in Monte Rio and free music most nights each week.

Guerneville school Principal, Elaine Carlson

Guerneville School garden produces healthy student body

Sunday, August 17th, 2014

Kids in all grades and members of the Garden Club tend garden nearly every day.

Curtain Call's Home, Russian River Hall

Curtain Call’s “On the Verge” opens Aug. 15

Sunday, August 17th, 2014

Curtain Call Theater presents “On the Verge” or “The Geography of Yearning” produced and directed by Michael Tabib

Food, Farms and Films at the Rio Theater

Rio Theater serves up Food and Farm Festival

Wednesday, August 13th, 2014

A festival of short films about food and foodies, a gourmet picnic on the lawn and music to hum or dance to. A Cultural event in the back woods of Monte Rio.


Little girl lost found wandering alone on Mays Canyon Rd.

Monday, August 11th, 2014

Three-year-old girl with two dogs discovered by sheriff’s deputy to be strolling along Mays Canyon Road just before sunset

Writer Spotlight

Stephen Gross, The River correspondent

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