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Grateful Bluegrass Boys combine classic rock and bluegrass at The Palms

The Grateful Bluegrass Boys is a string band that plays traditional bluegrass versions of classic rock favorites from bands such as the Grateful Dead, Bob Dylan, Van Morrison, The Eagles, Rolling Stones and more. These songs, combined with classic bluegrass and country tunes, consistently have audiences singing and dancing along the whole show. They will perform […]

Climate crisis looks unlikely

By Paul Brady Despite the gloom and doom in Paris, there is some very good climate news. If only people would look at the data, rather than listening to the vested, climate-crisis interests! New global temperature trends indicate that any global-warming climate crisis will be pushed well into the next century, if it occurs at […]

Holiday happiness will fill downtown Davis

Join the fun What: Davis celebrates the holidays, featuring a Children’s Candlelight Parade, Christmas tree-lighting, visits with Santa, lots of live music, horse-drawn carriage rides and free showings of “The Grinch” When: Parade lineup starts at 6 p.m. outside the Davis Food Co-op, 620 G St. Where: E Street Plaza and throughout downtown Davis Davis […]

Spread thin over the holidays

By Amy Tucci From finding the perfect gifts to assembling bikes at midnight, the holiday season can be particularly stressful for parents with children of all ages. For parents caring for both children and their aging parents, the holidays can be downright overwhelming. So many people today face this added responsibility that they have been […]

Mayor’s Corner: Think of the neediest this holiday season

Happy holidays! Although some enterprises have been in holiday mode for a while, the holiday season officially arrives in our community this week with two annual traditions: * The Children’s Candlelight Parade and Tree-Lighting: Whether you want to walk with Santa and Mrs. Claus in the parade, which begins at 6 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 3, […]

Travis Credit Union receives community development certification

Travis Credit Union has announced its certification by the U.S. Treasury’s Community Development Financial Institutions Fund. To receive this certification, financing organizations must have a primary mission of promoting community development and must provide development services in conjunction with their financing activities. Only 808 organizations in the United States are certified CDFIs, including loan funds, credit […]

Dignity Health named a Top Performer

The Joint Commission, a national accreditor of health-care organizations, has recognized Dignity Health Woodland Memorial Hospital as a Top Performer for its pneumonia, surgical care, immunizations and perinatal care. Woodland Memorial is one of 1,043 hospitals out of more than 3,300 eligible hospitals in the United States to achieve the 2014 Top Performer distinction. “We […]

$3 million campaign announced to improve Woodland Healthcare surgical services

Community leaders and philanthropists came together Thursday, Nov. 19, to celebrate the public announcement of the largest capital campaign in Woodland Healthcare’s history. The Woodland Healthcare Foundation’s $3 million Advanced Imaging and Surgical Services Campaign will result in state-of-the-art imaging technology and enhanced facilities for the health-care group’s surgical services, which serve patients from throughout the […]

Real estate company enhances El Macero’s Internet connectivity

El Macero residents are all set to be wired for the future. Coldwell Banker-Doug Arnold Real Estate, which represents 50 percent of buyers in the golf-course community adjacent to South Davis, recently partnered with other local businesses to pool funds for much-needed infrastructure improvements there. When the advancements are in place, El Macero residents will […]

Revisit Declaration of Human Rights at Davis event

On Dec. 10, 1948, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights was adopted by the United Nations. The Davis chapter of the United Nations Association invites the public to a celebration of the 67th anniversary of this milestone on Wednesday, Dec. 9, at 7 p.m. in the Community Room at International House Davis, 10 College Park. […]

Tuleyome releases a series of nature-based books

A series of four nature-based books has been published by Tuleyome, the nonprofit conservation organization based in Woodland that spearheaded the Berryessa Snow Mountain National Monument campaign. Tuleyome’s campaign to protect more than 330,000 acres of federal public land between Berryessa Peak and the Snow Mountain Wilderness came to a successful completion on July 10, when […]

Wintering waterfowl abundant for city wetlands tour

The city of Davis and Yolo Basin Foundation invite community members to join docents at the city of Davis wetlands on Saturday, Dec. 5, for a free guided tour from 3 to 5 p.m. Tours are offered the first Saturday of the month all year-round. Wintering waterfowl are abundant and late-fall migrants continue to arrive […]

Social service groups receive Biberstein grants

Ten nonprofit social service groups in Yolo County have received grants totaling $13,200 from a fund established by Congregation Bet Haverim, Jewish Fellowship of Davis. The Biberstein Social Action Fund was established in 2002 to honor longtime Davis residents Ernie and Hannah Biberstein for their contributions to community service and social justice. The fund sponsors […]

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