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Can the Warriors Keep the Other Splash Brother ?

BY ROGER WILLIAMS The free agency of Golden State Warriors forward Kevin Durant has been a talking point over the past few months, and rightfully so. He is arguably one of the three best basketball players in the world and was the difference in the Warriors’ back-to-back championship runs. But …

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Martinez Farmers Market has you covered for great tomatoes

BY DEBRA J. MORRIS Tomatoes are the poster child of vegetables for locally-grown and seasonal eating. Finding tomatoes that taste like tomatoes are one of the biggest draws to local farmers’ markets in the summer. They are also one of the home gardener’s most common vegetables to plant. Who doesn’t …

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Northern CA Military Veterans Enjoy their 2019 PGA Experience

BY JOHN MICHAELS While Brooks Koepka took home the coveted Wanamaker Trophy as the 2019 PGA Champion, four military Veterans with disabilities from Northern California, including Valerie Grist, a U.S. Airforce Veteran from Benicia, enjoyed a special experience during PGA Championship week. ©PGA of AMERICA Former New York Mets 7-Time All-Star 3B David …

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New Graduate ? Now You Can Get Health Plans Through Covered CA

It’s college graduation season, and congrats to the class of 2019! The moment they’ve worked so hard for is finally here! They’re ready to walk across that stage, grab that diploma and begin the rest of their lives. But life can be complicated, and it’s imperative to have the important …

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A’s bullpen implodes in 11th, Angels take series with 12-7 win

BY RICK PORCARO The A’s bats brought them from behind twice, but their bullpen failed them when they needed it most, allowing five runs in the 11th inning as Oakland fell to the Angels 12-7 Wednesday afternoon at the Coliseum, allowing Los Angeles to take the three game series. ©DANIEL …

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Neil Young, Santana, Mumfords & Pharrell pump up BottleRock

BY HELEN LAME’ AND DANIEL GLUSKOTER The seventh annual BottleRock Napa Valley Music Festival concluded Sunday night with headlining sets by Mumford & Sons, Santana and Pharrell Williams bringing the Memorial Day weekend event to a utopian close with over 120,000 fans attending the three day event. With temperatures consistently …

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Braves comeback twice to take series from Giants in 13 innings

BY RICK PORCARO The Giants squandered two leads and a quality start from Madison Bumgarner, falling to the Atlanta Braves 5-4 in 13 innings Thursday afternoon at Oracle Park. ©DANIEL GLUSKOTER Atlanta’s Austin Riley follows the path of his two-run game tying home run in the eighth inning against the …

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