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November 20, 2004 | From Times Wire Reports
A timber company and anti-logging activists have reached a compromise that protects a scenic stretch of forest between Forestville and Guerneville. Charles Benbow, president of Sonoma Timber and Land, gained approval in May from the state to log about 185 acres on property he owns. Under the compromise agreement, Benbow will cut 15% instead of 50% of the trees within a heavily wooded buffer zone along Highway 116.
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May 2, 2006 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
The daughter of the owner of Korbel Champagne Cellars and her boyfriend have been arrested in connection with an alleged sexual assault at the winery, authorities said Monday. Richie Ann Anderson, 39, and Christopher Samii, 31, both of Guerneville, were arrested Friday on suspicion of rape and oral copulation, authorities said. Two employees of the Korbel Delicatessen accused the couple of beating and sexually assaulting them after work.
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May 2, 2006 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
The daughter of the owner of Korbel Champagne Cellars and her boyfriend have been arrested in connection with an alleged sexual assault at the winery, authorities said Monday. Richie Ann Anderson, 39, and Christopher Samii, 31, both of Guerneville, were arrested Friday on suspicion of rape and oral copulation, authorities said. Two employees of the Korbel Delicatessen accused the couple of beating and sexually assaulting them after work.
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November 20, 2004 | From Times Wire Reports
A timber company and anti-logging activists have reached a compromise that protects a scenic stretch of forest between Forestville and Guerneville. Charles Benbow, president of Sonoma Timber and Land, gained approval in May from the state to log about 185 acres on property he owns. Under the compromise agreement, Benbow will cut 15% instead of 50% of the trees within a heavily wooded buffer zone along Highway 116.
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January 11, 1995 | RICHARD C. PADDOCK and ERIC MALNIC, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
There weren't many folks left in town on Tuesday. The Russian River had crested during the night at 15 feet over flood stage and cold, muddy water swept without mercy through this blue-collar resort town, long a playground for the Bay Area and now a lake littered with uprooted trees, drowned automobiles and abandoned Christmas toys.
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July 27, 1997 | SHARON BOORSTIN, Boorstin is a Los Angeles-based freelance writer
It was well after 11 on a cool spring night by the time my husband, Paul, and I, along with friends from the Bay area, Fritz and Anne Kasten, pulled up to the Applewood Inn in the Russian River Valley. We were tired from the two-hour drive from the San Francisco Airport where the Kastens met us: through San Francisco, over the Golden Gate Bridge and past wall-to-wall Marin County suburbs on U.S. 101, then onto California 116, which winds through Sonoma Valley farmland into redwood country.
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August 27, 1995 | HEIDI HAUGHY CUSICK, Cusick is a free-lance writer based in Mendocino. and
Lured by redwood forests, fog-tempered summers and sandy swimming holes, vacationers have been coming to the Russian River since the turn of the century. Once known as San Francisco's Riviera, the Russian River resort area was a day trip by ferry and train. Travelers stayed in rough cabins or in scores of resorts and camps along the railroad tracks that, until 1935, extended north from Sausalito to Monte Rio and Guerneville.
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January 11, 1995 | RICHARD C. PADDOCK and ERIC MALNIC, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
There weren't many folks left in town on Tuesday. The Russian River had crested during the night at 15 feet over flood stage and cold, muddy water swept without mercy through this blue-collar resort town, long a playground for the Bay Area and now a lake littered with uprooted trees, drowned automobiles and abandoned Christmas toys.
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