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Coffey Park home saved by neighbor

Coffey Park home saved by neighbor

Michael Barnes and Roberta MacIntyre, Deputy Editor and Staff Writer

October 17, 2017

Picking up the pieces

Picking up the pieces

Albert Gregory and James Wyatt, Managing Editor and Co-Editor-In-Chief

October 12, 2017

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The ROSE-ilience of a devastated community

The ROSE-ilience of a devastated community

Michael Barnes, Deputy Editor

Mikayla Butchart was tired of living in New York city. She wanted a quieter life, one where she could “have more space” and “refill her creative well...

October 15, 2017No Comments

The aftermath of a fire still raging

The aftermath of a fire still raging

James Wyatt, Co-Editor-In-Chief

October 11, 2017No Comments

SRJC student beats the odds in local music industry

SRJC student beats the odds in local music industry

Jose Gonzales, Staff Writer

On stage, DJ Dustin Everill is a superstar behind the one’s and two’s, off stage Dustin Engel, 20, is just another Santa Rosa Junior College stude...

October 5, 2017No Comments

Art faculty shows off their creative skills

Terry Meunruakham, Staff Writer

Little do you know your art professor may be the next major artiste. Upon entering the Art Faculty show, one would be impressed with the level of quality. The ...

October 5, 2017No Comments

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Stop and smell the roses, before they turn to ash

Stop and smell the roses, before they turn to ash

Michael Barnes, Deputy Editor

Three months ago I was living in Long Beach, California. I made a life for myself in the area. It’s where all my friends and family live. I had my own s...

October 15, 2017

If it’s Predictable, it’s Preventable

If it’s Predictable, it’s Preventable

Roberta MacIntyre, Staff Writer

The Tubbs fire is now one of the five deadliest wildfires in California’s history, but may end up being the worst. We live in a world of hazards. There are haz...

October 14, 2017

Shall I stay or shall I go

Shall I stay or shall I go

Roberta MacIntyre, Staff Writer

In Hidden Valley Lake, we watch and wait. After experiencing the Valley Fire in 2015, it isn’t any less distressing to be surrounded by the Sulphur Fi...

October 14, 2017

Just the Tip: Communication

Amoura Deering, Features Editor

Any healthy and successful relationship is built on communication. Poor communication can lead to unhappiness and dissatisfaction, ultimately ending the relations...

October 3, 2017

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Bike race brings excitement and awareness to Stafford Lake

Bike race brings excitement and awareness to Stafford Lake

Jett Williams, Assistant A&E Editor

Spirits soared high and bikes soared higher at the inaugural dual slalom race held at Stafford Lake Bike Park in Novato. Close to 70 riders attended the free event from 8:...

October 5, 2017No Comments

Bear Cubs earn first conference win

Bear Cubs earn first conference win

Matthew Wreden, Staff Writer

Four games into their conference season, the Santa Rosa Junior College Bear Cubs gained their first win with a clutch goal late in the 1-0 victory over Folsom Lake College...

October 3, 20171 Comment

The Bear Cub’s defense holds on to force a draw in conference home opener

The Bear Cub’s defense holds on to force a draw in conference home opener

Matthew Wreden, Staff Writer

The Santa Rosa Junior College Bear Cubs opened up their first conference home game with a defensive showdown in a draw against Consumnes River College on Sept. 26 at Cooks...

September 28, 2017No Comments

Bear Cubs win third straight

Bear Cubs win third straight

Anthony Rea, Staff Writer

The Santa Rosa Junior College Bear Cubs' volleyball team extended it's winning streak to three after a convincing win at Haehl Pavilion versus Cosumnes River College The...

September 28, 2017No Comments

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The ROSE-ilience of a devastated community

The ROSE-ilience of a devastated community

Michael Barnes, Deputy Editor

Mikayla Butchart was tired of living in New York city. She wanted a quieter life, one where she could “have more space” and “refill her creative well.” After spendin...

October 15, 2017No Comments

SRJC instructor loses home; gofundme campaign raises over $25,000

SRJC instructor loses home; gofundme campaign raises over $25,000

Michael Barnes, Deputy Editor

When Ethan De Seife moved his family from Burlington, Vermont to Santa Rosa in July of last year, he didn’t know anyone. All he knew was that he had a job opportunity t...

October 15, 2017No Comments

Smoke Signals: How the deaf stay informed during a crisis

Smoke Signals: How the deaf stay informed during a crisis

Michael Barnes, Assistant Features Editor

When you tune into the news coverage of the North Bay Wildfire briefings you are bound to see her. She’s the one in the glasses not wearing a uniform, yet her presence at ...

October 14, 2017No Comments

SRJC evacuee stories emerge through the smoke

SRJC evacuee stories emerge through the smoke

Michael Barnes, Assistant Features Editor

What some Sonoma County locals lovingly refer to as “God’s country” now resembles a Devil’s playground; a hellish wasteland of ash, smoke and persisting flames. ...

October 12, 2017No Comments

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Recent Sports Scores

  • Saturday, October 24

    Ice Hockey

    My School 2 - Santa Clara University 3

  • Saturday, October 24

    Football

    My School 16 - San Francisco 26

  • Friday, October 23

    Ice Hockey

    My School 4 - UC Davis 5

  • Friday, October 23

    Soccer (Men)

    My School 3 - Consumnes River 0

  • Wednesday, October 21

    Water Polo (Men)

    My School 9 - Modesto 11

  • Wednesday, October 21

    Wrestling

    My School 24 - Modesto 27

  • Tuesday, October 20

    Soccer (Men)

    My School 1 - Foothill 2

  • Saturday, October 17

    Volleyball

    My School 3 - Butte 0

  • Saturday, October 17

    Water Polo (Men)

    My School 7 - Ventura 13

  • Saturday, October 17

    Water Polo (Men)

    My School 16 - Rio Hondo 5

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