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Just a few short months ago businesses along Sonoma County’s Russian River were concerned about their livelihoods due to California’s drought, but the water levels were fine for canoeing this Memorial Day Weekend.
The 2011 vintage in California was a trying one for wine growers, Luckily, however, there are still some beautiful 2011 Pinot Noirs available from the Russian River Valley, like this year’s selection Gary Farrell selection and Dutton-Goldfield.
The triple India Pale Ale is revered for its intense full bodied flavor and 10.50% alcohol content. The 2012 version earned a perfect 100 rating from Beer Advocate, but the general public rarely gets a taste.
The drought has local water officials concerned and calling for a ban on fishing in the Russian River watershed. Meanwhile, the local fishing industry is alarmed about the potential
Residents of Northern California hunkered down Sunday after a powerful storm drenched the area with yet another round of pounding rain and flooded streets.
The Napa and Russian rivers were expected to reach flood stage Sunday and Monday following days of heavy rain, according to CBS 5 chief meteorologist Paul Deano.
A flash flood watch will remain in effect for most of the Bay Area extending to the Santa Cruz Mountains throughout the weekend.
Commercial crab fishermen are gearing up for Thursday’s opening of crab season, with vessels large and small starting to assemble pots at Pillar Point Harbor in Half Moon Bay and along the Bay Area coast to catch Dungeness crabs.
The fully-clothed body of a woman has washed up on a Russian River beach in Northern California.