DEEP THOUGHTS: Lost time is never found again. Libra -- Sept. 23 thru Oct. 22 Venus has entered it’s 14th phase, which means anyone who sends you a YouTube video and calls it research may be blocked without any astrological consequence. Scorpio -- Oct. 23 thru Nov. 21 Same as above, but … [Read more...] about Best Guess Horoscope
On Tuesday, May 11, the Marin County Office of Education (MCOE) will host an online town hall to discuss vaccine safety and public health’s plan to vaccinate 12-15 year olds in Marin. The virtual event will feature Dr. Matt Willis, Marin's chief health officer, Deputy Health Officer Dr. Lisa … [Read more...] about Vaccine safety Town Hall
Marinscope Although Marin County is not effected per se, any Red Flag warning of the fire season is cause for concern. Therefore, be advised that the National Weather Service issued the first red flag warning of the season today. It begins at 11 p.m. Friday and will last through the weekend. … [Read more...] about 1st Red Flag warning of the season
Sherman R. Frederick Sherman R. Frederick Marinscope What’s going on at the Novato Unified School District? They first announced that they must -- must! -- close an elementary school. They put everyone through the pain of picking one to kill off, and then when the selection is finished they … [Read more...] about Commentary: Is the Novato Unified School District failing?
Marinscope Mary Jane Burke UPDATE: In a surprising move, the Novato Unified School District halted plans to close one elementary school in the 2022-23 school year. At the board of trustees meeting on Tuesday, Superintendent Kris Cosca told the trustees the district should halt the … [Read more...] about Mary Jane Burke stops in to ‘stabilize’ Novato district
The Novato Unified School District announced the appointment of a new Assistant Superintendent, Education Services, pending Board approval on May 4. Jennifer Larson has been appointed Assistant Superintendent, Education Services, effective July 1. Larson started at NUSD as a Teacher … [Read more...] about New assistant superintend at NUSD announced
Jake Olson with his guide dog. By Derek Wilson Marinscope Charlie Brown always understood the true wisdom of dogs: Happiness is a warm puppy. “Dogs, they just want the unconditional love back that they give to us,” said Guide Dogs for the Blind outreach manager Jane Flower. “They work … [Read more...] about All guide dogs want is a little love
After getting the rug pulled out from them by Miwok elders who distanced themselves from he controversial re-naming of Drake High School, the Drake Leadership Council regrouped and voted last week to advance four names for public feedback: Archie Williams, Bon Tempe, Cascade and Oak … [Read more...] about Archie Williams now the favorite name to replace Drake
The Corte Madera Women's Improvement Club announced the winners of the organization’s annual Community Service Scholarships. They are Loughlin Browne, Emily Rusting, and Charlotte McAdam. Loughlin Browne, a senior at Redwood High School, will receive the $2,000 Kimberly Powell Memorial … [Read more...] about Corte Madera Women’s Improvement Club scholarships announced
If Gov. Gavin Newsom gets recalled, blame the French Laundry affair. The governor attended a birthday party there (with lobbyists no less) after ordering everyone else to mask up and socially distance. The moral of that story is voters hate a hypocrite. And, Gov. Newsom compounded the … [Read more...] about Commentary: How do you feel about Gov. Caitlyn?