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Youth Connections Offers Diplomas and More

  Re-entry students can get much more than a high school diploma through Community Action Partnership’s Youth Connections program in Santa Rosa.

Life skills and workplace readiness are also part of the curriculum.

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May 04

Undocumented Immigrant Health Care Bill's Cost Estimate: $175-$740 Million

ALSO: Governor Jerry Brown’s new water fine proposal is creating fears of government overreach.
May 04

SRJC Opens Dream Center

To address the needs of a growing segment of their student population, Santa Rosa Junior College has created a new “Dream Center” to advise students on immigration issues.
May 03

'Health For All Act' Would Expand Health Care Coverage for Undocumented Immigrants

ALSO: The fourth year of drought and above-normal summer temperatures are not expected to put a strain on California’s power supply.
May 02

Robot Face-Off! Student Competition Teaches Kids Programming, Problem Solving

Over the weekend, 400 students gathered from around Sonoma County to pit their custom made ‘bots against each other in an annual robotics challenge. KRCB was on hand to witness the joys and…
Apr 30

Boarding and Kayaking All Part Of The Fun In Parks Celebration 2015

From a quick evening paddle around beautiful Lake Benoist, to a 6.5 mile kayak tour of the Russian River, you can experience your Sonoma County parks in a whole new way during Parks Celebration 2015.