🌱 New internet option + shooting + Healdsburg movie theater?

Hello my people! Simon is here with your Tuesday copy of the Healdsburg daily, fresh from the press. Here’s everything you need to know about what’s happening these days in the city.


First, today’s weather:

Very warm and mostly sunny. High: 72 Low: 42.


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The weather over Healdsburg:

This is what it looked like over Healdsburg earlier this morning. (Photo courtesy of Holly Wilson)

Here are the top 3 stories in Healdsburg today:

  1. can we be We’re getting a movie theater back soon, with a bit more independent films Rent. According to the Tribune, the local AVFilm Foundation, formerly the Alexander Valley Film Society, is “actively working to find a way to bring cinema back to Healdsburg”. They are said to be “exploring options for acquiring a theater that accounts for two-thirds of the commercial supply of mainstream films and The third is for community events and more artworks are displayed Cinema. “It is still unclear if they will be able to use the old Raven theater space, but it has been included in the foundation’s feasibility study. They are also looking at other venues – including potential outdoor venues. But either way,” AVFilm plans to continue building a house Cinema Regardless of whether they are able to obtain the Raven Stage or notTripp reports. Good luck! (SoCoNews Healdsburg)
  2. many of The shooting took place over the weekend on Ward Street Near railroad tracks, according to Healdsburg Police. The department said they “received several shooting calls on Ward Street near the rails, followed by a car speeding toward Healdsburg Avenue.” The police have arrived and have been located Several spent lead casings on the floor of Ward Street. No injuries or property damage were reported as a result of the shooting. “The latest full-size light-colored pickup truck.” Here’s what to do if you think you see it. (Facebook)
  3. Internet company Sonic “exciting news” announced that they Expand their “10 Gigabit Fiber” option to Healdsburg, “Bringing you the fastest internet available at affordable prices.” The service is now available for pre-order to Healdsburg residents for around $40 to $50 a month. Last December, Sonic CEO and co-founder Dane Jasper – who lives in Healdsburg – hinted at the “What Happening Healdsburg” Facebook group that a new service is coming. Ask a number of neighbors in the comments If the service will reach the rural edges of our city. Dane’s answer at the time: “Sorry, not yet!” But, he added, “if we get a really strong uptake in the city, that will make expansion more likely.” You can enter your address on the Sonic website to see if you come in handy. (Facebook, Facebook, Sonic.com)

Today and tomorrow in Healdsburg:

Tuesday 8 March

  • after school art lab At the Healdsburg Center for the Arts: Drawing, Drawing, and Mixed Media (weekly, March 8 – April 19, 3:30 – 5 p.m.)
  • after school future film makers Program at Healdsburg Community Center (weekly, March 8 through May 31, 4-6 p.m.)
  • KSR radio show: “Off the Vine” with Julie Rothberg, President of Medlock Ames and Founder of Odyssey Wine Academy (4:20 p.m.)
  • youth wrestling Train at Healdsburg High School (5:30 p.m.)
  • Westside Elementary School school board Private meeting (5:30 pm)
  • Healdsburg Heart “My baby and I” Workshop: Brain Development and Toxic Stress Part Two (5:30 – 6:30 pm)
  • Healdsburg city Planning Committee meeting (6 pm)
  • Healdsburg Running Company Fitch Mountain Ring Run, finish with wine swap Barklet Party (6 m)

Wednesday March 9

  • A virtual workshop in Sonoma County Forest fire safety and flexibility key (10:30-11:30 am)
  • Dungeons & Dragons youth meeting At Healdsburg Library (1:45 – 4:45 p.m.)
  • “What moves you?” spiritual reflection At 222 (5:30 p.m.)
  • Healdsburg Library Advisor board Meeting (5:30 – 6:30 pm)
  • Healdsburg High School Training view at night (6 pm)
  • the coast winemaker dinner With Parniva Wine Director Sally Kim (6pm)
  • Trivia night In Coyote Sonoma (7-9 p.m.)
  • Zumba With Chuy at TCElite Gym (7:15-8:15 p.m.)

Healdsburg photos of the day:

“Hello from the backyard!” says Donna O’Brien, a Healdsburg resident. “Loveday’s daffodils look so colorful and the boxes of mixed bulbs that have been saved and replanted from last year are delightful.” (Image courtesy of Donna O’Brien)
LeAnne Marie, a Healdsburg resident, snapped this photo of the sunset in Rec Park before the weekends. She wrote: “Looking west at sunset.” “I love Healdsburg ❤️🙏” (Image provided by Lani Marie)

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From my notebook:

  • The California Attorney General’s Office was officially involved Sex crime investigation with ex-mayor of Windsor He is the son of Healdsburg Winery Dominic Fobule. The Sonoma County Sheriff called it a “first major step toward completing the investigation.” (SF Chronicle; paywall)
  • The Hotline set up by children At Westside School in Healdsburg, she’s receiving more press this week from across the country. This is how it works: Call the toll-free hotline at 707-998-8410, and a selection of pre-recorded messages will be handled. Classy words and “life advice” from students Ages 5 to 12,” Local Bay FOX Station Report. (KTVU FOX2 San Francisco & Facebook & NPR & NY Times; paywall)
  • It is said that over 1,000 worms go to Healdsburg Library, where the “Dodd Farm” will be established To teach beneficiaries about “composting to reduce greenhouse gases and keep compostable materials away from landfill”. (Facebook)
  • Dry Creek Vineyard in Healdsburg has released a special Fumé Blanc الخمسين 50th Anniversary Edition vintage. The bottle’s “commemorative packaging” is said to feature “a print on both the front and back labels, providing viewers with a 360-degree retrospective of the winery’s creation history five decades ago.” (PR Newswire)
  • Also, according to Sonoma Mag, “Breathless Sister Owned Wines in Healdsburg Celebrates Women’s History Month with the release of the new Demi (Half) bottle of wild and wild rose. (Sonoma magazine)
  • Here is a short video update of all the files Construction in progress at Sonoma County Airport. (North Bay News)
  • Sonoma County Library’s free streaming service, Kanopy, “sponsored a A collection of documentaries and feature films Focus in particular on … Ukraine and its tense history with Russia. You can sign in with your library card. (Facebook)
  • A group of three Healdsburg Museum interns from Healdsburg High School “working on a new project A storyteller project for recording oral narratives,” says the Museum. “And their first interview will be with Javier Guzman and Jesus (Choi) Otero, HHS class in 1968. These men are former migrant workers who arrived in the Healdsburg area as children in the 1950s. (Facebook)
  • There is something else iPhone photography class starts this weekend At the Healdsburg Center for the Arts, where you can “learn the art of taking beautiful, eye-catching photos with your iDevice.” (Facebook)
  • Healdsburg City Council had a Four hours “goal setting session” last night. The brave and committed among you can re-watch it here. (Facebook)

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That’s enough for today! Tomorrow I will see all the beautiful people.

Simon Wilson

About me: I was born and raised in Healdsburg, California, where I was the editor of Healdsburg High School Hound’s Bark. She has since worked as a local journalist for publications in San Diego, Los Angeles, New York and the Middle East. I am currently a Senior Product Manager at Patch.