In case you were worried, you might be comforted to know that anyone who had the urge to drop a quarter in a slot machine at 3am on Thanksgiving morning was welcomed by the friendly folks at the Graton Rancheria Casino.
The headline on yesterday's Argus read "Train Stop in Limbo. No funds for a second SMART station." And, by the way, the Corona Station was the stop that was to have parking. Alas, no parking at the Lakeville / Washington station. Guess you'll have to take the infrequent buses. SMART [...]
"Campus Pot Busts Spike in October" reads another headline on the cover of today's Argus-Courier. Unlike the locally-grown, weak-tea (pun-intended) weed that prevailed when I went to college in the late 1960's, today's maryjane should be called MajorJones. Thanks to improvements in horticulture and the diligence of [...]
The banner story in today's Argus-Courier titled, "Distrust Brewing Over Tribe's Land" recalls this cartoon I did back in 2004, when the issue first arose. Tribal Chair Harvey Hopkins was quoted as saying, "I feel like (the mistrust) stems from a lack of understanding about our ways. We're a regular [...]
Since I started drawing cartoons for the Argus nearly 10 years ago, I've noted some recurring stories that deserve attention. So, here's the first of Miss Petaluma's Oldies, e.g., historic and still unresolved issues. This cartoon from 2004 noted the challenges faced by the Petaluma Police Department in raising the [...]