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These students build four “microhomes” in 8.5 days as part of the North Bay Construction Corps program to prepare high schoolers to be apprentices in an industry desperately short of workers.

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Stories on how the communities will be recovering in the weeks, months and years after the massive October 2017 wildfires.
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What stands out in this look at 20 leaders of California North Coast independently owned vintners is the rise of women to top posts as part of a growing handoff between generations.
The nearly $1 million removal of several vacant buildings from the former Navy shipyard this summer is designed to speed redevelopment of the proposed 157-acre film, wine and beverage hub.
The October wildfires fueled efforts to increase the supply of affordable housing in Sonoma County. Now the disaster also may factor into a new ballot measure that aims to provide greater protection for renters.
With a background in the local wine business, Travis Scott is the new Mendocino County Tourism Commission executive director. He will be leading a newly launched campaign to promote the region.
"People who didn't know our brand weren't sure whether this was a very expensive cheap wine or an extraordinary value for a luxury wine," says the CEO of Rombauer Vineyards. Here's how the Napa Valley winery has worked to hold its price at the grocery store shelf.

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