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  • Letter: Collateral damage of assisted suicide

    Dan Evans' recent op-ed, “Start the presses: Debating doctor assisted death,” avoids any mention of the serious and permanent collateral damage that accompanies physician-assisted suicide laws.
  • Intersections: A different method of storing contacts

    Intersections: A different method of storing contacts
    Recently, I drove to San Diego to document the triumphs and tribulations of a team of Mongolian memory athletes at a tournament that tests extreme memory, focus and recall skills. For 10 hours, I sat in a room with the Mongolians and a host of other...

    Author's vision compels a search for late 'Nana'

    Author's vision compels a search for late 'Nana'
    For decades, the body of one Mildred Johnson lay nearly forgotten in a fallow field on the property of the New Mexico Behavioral Health Institute, formerly the New Mexico Insane Asylum at Las Vegas. The 76-year-old had resided at the state hospital...

    City, public provide feedback on proposed 72-unit senior community

    City, public provide feedback on proposed 72-unit senior community
    If Santa Rosa-based developer Oakmont Senior Living wants its plans for a 72-unit assisted living facility to take root in La Cañada, its going to have to think outside the box, residents and city staff agreed Thursday. Comments on the project —...

    Developer bids to build senior housing facility

    Developer bids to build senior housing facility
    A Santa Rosa senior housing developer recently announced its intentions to build a 72-unit assisted-living facility on La Cañada's heavily zoned Foothill Boulevard, a move so far being met with more cheers than jeers. Officials with Oakmont Senior...