The Windsor Times

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The Windsor Times is a weekly paper covering the town of Windsor in Sonoma County, California. The paper is owned by Sonoma West Publishers, a group that owns the Windsor Times, Healdsburg Tribune and Sonoma West News and Times.[1] As part of the Sonoma West group, the Windsor Times has won numerous awards from the California Newspaper Publishers Association including awards for environmental writing, business writing, photography and Times writers contribute the company wide Harvest Section which has won its category four years in a row.[2]

The paper is owned by Rollie Atkinson, a longtime journalist who purchased the News and Times and Tribune from Lesher Communications. The Windsor Times began as an insert to the Healdsburg Tribune and spun off into its own paper in 1986. The paper has a paid circulation of approximately 3,500 and operates a website The Windsor Times.[3] Stuart Tiffen is the paper's editor and The Windsor Times shares a reporting staff with its sister publications.

The paper is located at 230 Center Street Healdsburg, CA, 95448.

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