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Blue Devil fall sports workouts begin Monday

Davis High football two-a-days, as well as tryouts for field hockey and girls volleyball, begin Monday as the Blue Devil fall sports ramp up for their 2015 seasons. Athletes planning to wear the blue-and-white this fall are reminded to get their physical exam packets completed now as they must be finished, signed and returned to the DHS […]

Weil picked to row for U.S. at World Championships

Late last week, when U.S. Rowing added six more crews to its team for the 2015 world championships, former UC Davis club rower Seth Weil was picked to be part of the men’s 4. Weil, who rowed for the Aggies from 2005 to 2009 and has been working his way up the national ladder ever […]

Sports briefs: U8 discount offered as Junior Blue Devil sign-ups continue

Registration is now open for the Davis Junior Blue Devils fall football and cheer season — and the organization has reduced the price for U8 players to $150 for a limited time. Interested families can visit www.juniorbluedevils.com for more information and to sign up. The cost is $350 for cheerleading and $300 for football, and registration runs […]

Knitters Guild plans August meeting

The Yolo Knitters Guild will meet from 1 to 3 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 13, at Davis Lutheran Church, Eighth and B streets. The group meets at the same time and place on the second and fourth Thursdays of each month except November and December. All who have an interest in textile arts are welcome. For more information, […]

Round up at the registers for Montgomery

If you have enough pennies in your life and no real outlet for all those nickels, why not use them to help out some nice kids? During August, the Davis Food Co-op is offering “Round Up at the Registers” for Montgomery Elementary School. Ask your cashier to round up your bill, and the Co-op will turn your […]

Conjunto Liberacion plays Saturday

Conjunto Liberacion makes its first appearance in the summer Music in the Courtyard series with a performance of Latin and salsa music from 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday in the courtyard at Beamer Place behind Steve’s Pizza, 714 Main St. in downtown Woodland. “Be prepared for some major toe-tapping on a lovely summer evening in downtown […]

Trio convicted for roles in West Sacramento shooting

A Yolo County jury has convicted three people of criminal charges related to the near-fatal shooting of a man in West Sacramento last November — an incident that authorities say was gang-related. Michael Anthony Reyes Jr., 25, faces 68 years to life in state prison after being found guilty Monday of attempted murder, assault with […]

Late rally lifts River Cats in Salt Lake

SALT LAKE CITY — Kevin Frandsen’s bases-loaded double in the ninth inning was the difference on Monday as the Sacramento River Cats won, 4-1, at Salt Lake. The Cats (51-59) scored first in the third inning when Juan Perez — who finished 3-for-3 in the game — knocked in a run with a single. Perez’s […]

Sports briefs: DHS girls golf meeting set for Thursday

The Davis High girls golf team has a new coach, Mike Worrell, who is inviting interested girls entering grades nine through 12 to an informational meeting on Thursday at 6:30 p.m. on the patio at the Wildhorse Golf Course. To play for the Blue Devils, girls must have clubs and be able to carry them and walk […]

From the archives, 1998: Aggie men’s basketball team wins a national title

Editor’s note: This article was originally published on Sunday, March 22, 1998.  By Scott Johnson Enterprise staff writer LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Rec Hall’s trophy case is hardly without hardware. With two Sears Cups and four national championships, the UC Davis athletic program is decorated for success. But Saturday, the Aggies gained their most improbable piece of […]

Pets of the week

Lots of animals are waiting to be adopted at the Yolo County Animal Shelter, 2640 E. Gibson Road in Woodland. Among them is Cali (No. 136546), a 4-year-old spayed female Chihuahua mix. Also hoping for a good home is Eddie (No. 136620), a 2-month-old female brown tabby cat. Fees are charged for licensing. The shelter is open […]

Parole denied in West Sacramento gang slaying

A former West Sacramento man serving a life sentence for his role in a 1992 gang-related murder recently was denied parole for the third time, according to the Yolo County District Attorney’s Office. Several members of the victim’s family joined a prosecutor and crime victim advocate in arguing against Harold Rigsby’s release at his July […]

Support offered Wednesday for re-enrollment of students

Parents and legal guardians are invited to complete online re-enrollment for students returning to school in the Davis school district at an event from 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 5, in the library at Davis High School, 315 W. 14th St. Support in Spanish and English and technical support will be provided. Parents are […]

Davis Rainbow Phoenix Families form support group

Davis Rainbow Phoenix Families are forming a support group for parents of gender nonconforming kids and same-sex families; its first meeting will be informal, with the purpose of firming up what future meetings will look like. Children are encouraged to come to the event, which starts at 6 p.m. Friday, Aug. 7, at Davis Community […]

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