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Cierra Bailey

Editor, Livermore Vine

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About Cierra
Cierra started her journalism career after college as an editorial intern with the Pleasanton Weekly in 2014. After pursuing opportunities in digital and broadcast media and attending graduate school at Syracuse University, she’s back as the editor of the Vine.
Stories by Cierra
Livermore wine country prepares for Taste Our Terroir
Livermore Valley wineries are gearing up for the return of Taste Our Terroir, a food and wine experience next week. The four-day affair will offer 13 events, including a winemaker dinner, electric bike tour and sensory extravaganza.
[Tuesday, July 5, 2022]

Fourth of July fireworks show returning to Livermore
The city of Livermore and Livermore Downtown Inc. are gearing up to bring back the in-person Independence Day fireworks show.
[Monday, June 27, 2022]

First phase of Valley Link enters federal grant program
The Regional Rail Authority announced earlier this month that the Federal Transit Administration has approved entry of the Valley Link rail project Phase 1 into project development of the Capital Investment Grants program.
[Wednesday, June 22, 2022]

Back in the saddle again: Livermore Rodeo returns this weekend
The Livermore Rodeo tradition is set to return this weekend after a two-year hiatus. New Rodeo Association President Sheila Fagliano said they got the green light just in March and 'by the grace of God' were able to pull it together...
[Tuesday, June 7, 2022]

Taxpayer group, nonprofit sue to stop Valley Link project
Two groups have teamed up in a lawsuit to stop development of the Valley Link commuter light rail system, which proposes to connect the Dublin-Pleasanton BART Station and the planned ACE North Lathrop Station.
[Sunday, May 29, 2022]

KaiserAir's proposed move to Livermore Airport unlikely to go forward
At least one of the ongoing debates surrounding the Livermore Municipal Airport may be put to rest as officials announced recently that the proposed KaiserAir project is not likely to move forward. But neighbor noise complaints...
[Tuesday, March 22, 2022]

Mike Runs Livermore
Mike Beckwith is coming to the end of a years-long mission to run every single street in the entire city. He moved to Livermore from Dublin in 2016 and initially started his running journey through Livermore later that year...
[Friday, March 18, 2022]

New Glazer bill would require school districts to report annual salaries of employees
Sen. Steve Glazer was among three legislators who introduced a bill to close a loophole used by school districts to get around public disclosure requirements for posting their salaries through the State Controller's Office.
[Thursday, March 10, 2022]

Bauer-Kahan addresses terror symbols, illegal dumping, guns in new bill package
Assemblymember Rebecca Bauer-Kahan has introduced her 2022 bill package that focuses on district and statewide priorities, including firearm advertisements, penalizing the use of hate symbols and illegal dumping, among other issues.
[Wednesday, March 2, 2022]

Local mountain bikers stage protest against trail restrictions at Pleasanton Ridge
Dozens of mountain bikers gathered together at Pleasanton Ridge Regional Park earlier this month to call attention to what they say is a lack of trail access for cyclists to use.
[Wednesday, February 16, 2022]