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Kincade fire coverage gallery

Kincade fire coverage gallery

Oak Leaf Staff

October 24, 2019

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Possible hazardous materials in Kincade fire at River Rock Casino

Possible hazardous materials in Kincade fire at River Rock Casino

Zane Zinkl, News Editor

October 24, 2019

Firecrews struggled Thursday afternoon to contain the blazes that stretched along Alexander Valley Road all the way through Dry Creek Rancheria, including a possible hazardous materials fire outside River Rock Casino. The hazmat fire refused to be extinguished despite the best efforts of firefighte...

SRJC students respond to Kincade fire

SRJC students respond to Kincade fire

James Domizio and Marilyn Santos

October 24, 2019

Santa Rosa Junior College students share their thoughts about Kincade fire and its influence on student life. Extra footage by Téa Lindsey and Abraham Fuentes For more coverage of the Kincade Fire, click here....

SRJC campus somber as fire rages in nearby Geyserville

SRJC campus somber as fire rages in nearby Geyserville

Ian MacGregor, Jesse Kapukui, and Kayla Beaton

October 24, 2019

As the Kincade fire rages in Geyserville, Santa Rosa Junior College students fear for their community yet again. “You can feel the vibe switch instantly,” said Joseph Astobiza. “Everyone goes right into flashback mode, even though the fire isn’t even in [Santa] Rosa.” SRJC’s campus is...

Kincade fire blog-style coverage

Kincade fire blog-style coverage

The Oak Leaf Staff

October 24, 2019

The Oak Leaf will provide ongoing updates on Sonoma County’s Kincade fire. Tuesday, Oct. 29, 1:49 p.m. Santa Rosa Junior College is unable to disburse financial aid funds to financial aid recipients as planned on Oct. 30 due to campus closings in the wake of the current, county-wide wildfire ...

Ridgway shooting suspect arrested

Ridgway shooting suspect arrested

Zane Zinkl and James Domizio

October 22, 2019

The 17-year-old suspect in the Ridgway High School shooting this morning put the gun in a backpack, gave it to a fellow student and returned to class, Santa Rosa Police Department Captain John Cregan told reporters at a 1 p.m. press conference. The shooting occurred at the intersection of Morgan St...

SRJC students respond to lockdown after Ridgway shooting

SRJC students respond to lockdown after Ridgway shooting

Edgar Soria Garcia and Jose Gonzalez

October 22, 2019

Santa Rosa Junior college student and faculty comment on Ridgway High School shooter after campus lockdown.

SRJC students, instructors react to lockdown

SRJC students, instructors react to lockdown

Téa Lindsey, Alex Nunez, and Riley Palmer

October 22, 2019

Santa Rosa Junior College locked down its Santa Rosa campus Tuesday morning after one student at neighboring Ridgway High School shot another, disposed of the weapon, then slid back into class where he was later arrested.  Police detained two Ridgway students after the lockdown froze the three conti...

SRJC awarded $460,000 for online career education

SRJC awarded $460,000 for online career education

Zane Zinkl, News Editor

October 17, 2019

The California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office awarded Santa Rosa Junior College $460,000 to expand online pathways for career and technical education and to help create more  fully-online courses and certificates. During the 2017-18 academic year, 32% of all SRJC students took one or more o...

SRJC students respond to anti-abortion activists with games and music

SRJC students respond to anti-abortion activists with games and music

Zane Zinkl, News Editor

October 17, 2019

Santa Rosa Junior College students responded to a second day of aborted fetal imagery by playing games and music in the quad right next to the pro-life activists from Project Truth.  Student Government Assembly members decided to continue their weekly “Wild Wednesdays” as planned, despite the...

SRJC student attacks member of anti-abortion group

SRJC student attacks member of anti-abortion group

Zane Zinkl, News Editor

October 17, 2019

Santa Rosa Junior College District Police arrested a student Oct.15 on battery charges after he kicked a member of pro-life group Project Truth during a verbal encounter. Ethan Hunt, 19 is a Santa Rosa resident and SRJC student. According to District Police Chief Robert Brownlee, Hunt was conversing with one of...

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