Nathan Charles Reporter

Nate Charles is a junior at Redwood High School and is a Reporter for The Redwood Bark. He enjoys reading, writing, playing sports, and school.

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Face to Face

Should marijuana be legal in Marin?

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Face-to-Face is a feature that allows two members of the Redwood Community to grill each other, argue, or simply converse about a relevant issue or event. We provide the topic, and they do the rest. This month’s participants are senior Jackson Westbrook and junior Adam Barker. They discuss whether or not marijuana should be legalized […]

The Kentfield School District voted unanimously to place a raise for their district parcel tax on next March's ballot.

Tam District considers raise in parcel tax after Kentfield School District approves new measure

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At a November 14th meeting, the Kentfield School District (KSD) voted unanimously to place a new parcel tax on next March’s ballot, suggesting a $355 increase to the current $1,143 parcel tax (about a 31 percent raise). In addition to KSD, both the Tamalpais Union High School District (TUHSD) and the Dixie School District are […]

Work on the roads will start immediately, with some of Larkspur's streets already having begun construction.

Larkspur passes sales tax to repair roads

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With the results of the November ballot coming out, Measure B received over 67 percent of the vote, qualifying it as one of the many measures that will go into effect right away. According to Larkspur Mayor Kevin Haroff, Measure B proposes a 1.75 percent sales tax on all goods and services sold in Larkspur. […]

San Geronimo Golf Course is set to close down this year, as the land has been bought by the county.

Marin County to buy San Geronimo golf course, repurpose it

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The hazy air set the perfect mood at the San Geronimo Golf Course this week, as the county is set to purchase and repurpose the land, signaling the end for the course. According to the Marin Independent Journal, county supervisors voted unanimously to “issue a notice of intent” to purchase the property for about $9 […]


Exploring Marin County’s environmental impact: are we actually green?

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Every morning, many residents of Marin County wake up to a view of Mt. Tam, or the San Francisco Bay, or the rolling hills of west Marin peppered with evergreen trees stretching all the way to the sparkling ocean. One thing that many residents pride themselves on is their ability and willingness to protect the […]

Substitute Dan Brutlag feels very optimistic about the teenage generation.

Substitute Dan Brutlag shares his optimism for the teenage generation

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Every 25 years, a new generation is born, ushering in new ideologies and ways of life. Society changes, for better or worse. But as the world starts spinning a little faster, past generations begin to feel uncomfortable. However, for substitute Dan Brutlag, the new generation brings waves of encouragement. “These kids amaze me. They are […]