Santa Rosa and San Francisco runners led the pack of 2,500 runners in Saturday’s Wine County Half Marathon.
The race starts in Geyserville at 7:30 a.m. Saturday and ends up at Healdsburg City Hall for a post-race festival from 9:30-noon.
Former athletic director Jenean Bingham saw what she considered a disturbing pattern at Healdsburg High School over the past couple of years, with a number of successful coaches either leaving the school on their own or being fired by the administration. Bingham wasn’t entirely prepared for what came next — her own termination as track and field coach on Sept. 7.
Carter Johnson, who is in the Guinness Book of World Records, will be in Sonoma County on May 12 to compete in the Great Russian River Paddle Races.
On April 13, the renovated grandstands at Healdsburg’s Recreation Park will be officially dedicated. The March 31 celebration was cancelled due to rain.
The staff of Healdsburg’s J. Keverson Winery have signed up for Avon’s Walk to End Breast Cancer and plan to raise a portion of their $7,200 pledge amount at a tasting room fundraiser on March 24.
Spring is around the corner and Healdsburg’s Parks and Recreation staff is offering the perfect opportunity to introduce youngsters to baseball.
The Healdsburg Parks & Recreation Department is now taking sign-ups for tee ball and rookie ball.
The new Rec Park Grandstand will be dedicated in March, a testament to Ruonavaara’s tenacity.
This Christmas will be no different than any other at Tayman Park’s Healdsburg Golf Course. Management will again be offering free coffee and hot chocolate on its all-purpose driving range. It’s the perfect opportunity for golfers to try out their new clubs.
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