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Nicasio school visits the history center

08/29/2018
During their first week of school, Nicasio School students visited a child-centered exhibit at the Nicasio Historical Society. Two students, siblings Daniel and Sophia Silva, were brought to the front of the group to recount the six generations of Nicasio family members before them. The pupils also played baseball on...

Restoration begins on Lagunitas Creek

08/29/2018
Construction crews broke ground next door to SPAWN headquarters in Tocaloma earlier this month in an effort to redirect Lagunitas Creek and allow overflow during heavy rains. The project, which will cost just under $5 million, will remove about 8,000 cubic yards of soil in the first phase, and then...

Woodacre Independence Day parade

07/05/2018
Patriotic stilt walkers joined old-timey cars, dirt and mountain bikes and plenty of horses at the laid-back, candy-rich and sometimes wet Woodacre Independence Day parade.

2018 Western Weekend Junior Grand Marshall

05/31/2018
Sixteen-year-old Mollie Donaldson is this year’s lone candidate for the Western Weekend Junior Grand Marshal. Ms. Donaldson is a junior at Tomales High and the fourth generation to live on the Crayne Ranch in Tomales. She is also president of the Tomales High Theater Club and the Interact Club, plays...

New Health and Human Services building opens in Point Reyes Station

05/31/2018
Supervisor Rodoni cut the ribbon at the new Marin County Health and Human Services building in Point Reyes Station last Wednesday, exactly one year after construction began. The building includes energy-efficient features, dark sky-compliant lights and some elements from both local craftsmen and the demolished building. The county said an...

Center opens in Inverness

05/10/2018
A grand opening for Center—an art gallery, office, retail shop and co-workspace behind the Inverness post office—attracted a crowd on Saturday evening. Art shows will alternate every couple of months, pour-over coffee will be served on Sundays and other days will see pop-up thrift shops, knitting circles and social media...

Papermill Creek Saloon celebrates 50 years

05/03/2018
Last Sunday, the historic Papermill Creek Saloon celebrated 50 years under the ownership of Thomasina Wilson, now 93 years old and living on the same property where she raised her 14 children. Ms. Wilson renamed the saloon, formerly called the Lodge and dating back to 1939, because of its rough...

Inverness Tennis Club to install pickle ball lines

04/26/2018
On Saturday, Inverness Tennis Club members played a game of pickleball, a sport similar to tennis but played with paddles and a plastic ball on a smaller court and with a shorter net. The club voted that same day to install pickleball lines on its First Valley court.

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