Seashore hires first deputy superintendent

The Point Reyes National Seashore will have its first ever full-time deputy superintendent starting next week. Anne Altman, a Fairfax resident and 20-year National Park Service veteran, most recently […]

Inverness preschool plan takes shape

West Marin families will have another choice for preschool as Shoreline Unified School District opens a new program at Inverness School. In August, the district will replace the program […]

Our guide to voting in the June 7 primary

Some elections, especially in these fraught times, crackle with excitement. The upcoming June 7 primary election is not one of them. For openers, there isn’t a single state proposition […]

With a foot in two worlds

I thought I’d be sitting down to write an article about something light and fun, like the healing potential of intentional cultural and music events. (If that intrigues, it […]

The stories of Eva Luna

“Tell me a story,” I say to you. “What about?” “Tell me a story you have never told anyone before. Make it up for me…” “The Stories of Eva […]

Measure W saves Bolinas development

Progress on the Bolinas downtown affordable housing project leapt ahead this week as its developers, the Bolinas Community Land Trust, secured more than half a million dollars in urgently […]

Black bear sighted near Nicasio

A Point Reyes Station man spotted a bear last week while driving near the Nicasio Reservoir in the predawn darkness. Footage from Joshua Jones’s dash cam captured before 5 […]

Water districts mull new supply options

Marin County’s major water providers are looking for new ways to expand their supply amid increasingly intense and unpredictable droughts. At a board meeting late last month, Marin Water […]

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