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YOUTH: Members of the Tomales Bay Youth Center shared their New Year’s resolutions on Monday during a “Circle Council,” a weekly gathering that aims to resolve conflicts through the principles of restorative justice.   David Briggs

Despite being one of the wealthiest counties in the United States, Marin still suffers from its share of social problems, among them kids who break the law. In West Marin, several community leaders have long puzzled over how to handle juvenile crimes and make the lessons learned stick. They say the answer lies in programs that teach a concept . . .

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