Crabbe leads Cal past San Jose State 81-36

BERKELEY — Allen Crabbe scored 18 points, Justin Cobbs had 10 points and five assists in his second straight start and California beat San Jose State 81-36 on Wednesday night. Jorge Gutierrez added 14 points for the Golden Bears, who scored 15 unanswered points in the first half to take a lead that was never […]

Raiders go back to the drawing board

ALAMEDA — The Oakland Raiders don’t have much time to get over Sunday’s lopsided loss in Miami. With a trip to undefeated Green Bay this week, whatever problems the Raiders (7-5) had against the Dolphins need to get corrected in a hurry. There’s plenty to fix, too. A sputtering offense that punted on eight of […]

49ers still taking it one game at a time

SANTA CLARA — The San Francisco 49ers had just returned to the celebratory locker room after clinching the NFC West and ending an eight-year playoff drought when players immediately turned their attention to several televisions around the room. They were just in time to catch the thrilling final seconds of the unbeaten Green Bay Packers’ […]

Hit-and-run driver gets three years

WOODLAND — Saying the defendant had shown “not one iota” of remorse for her actions, a Yolo Superior Court judge sentenced a Dixon woman to three years in prison Wednesday for her role in a 2007 hit-and-run crash that injured two Davis men. Noelle Marie Warren had no prior criminal record, Judge Timothy Fall noted […]

December 08, 2011 | Posted in Crime, Fire + Courts | Tagged , | 1 Reply

NAMI-Yolo hosts ‘Madhouse Rhythm’

NAMI-Yolo will present a special event, “Madhouse Rhythm” with Joshua Walters, to welcome the new year on Wednesday, Jan. 4, at the Odd Fellows Hall, 415 Second St. in Davis. Doors open at 7 p.m. with the performance starting at 7:30 p.m. Admission is free, but a donation of $5 is suggested. Light refreshments will be provided. Walters […]

Occupy Davis encampment has left Central Park

After more than seven weeks of tenancy, the Occupy Davis movement has decided to pull up its stakes and vacate Central Park. Occupiers began tearing down the encampment on Wednesday morning after deciding as a group on Monday that they could more effectively protest in other ways. “I think we’ve made a significant statement with […]

UCD study: Glass ceiling may take a century to crack

Special to The Enterprise BRISBANE — The proportion of women who lead California’s largest companies is growing at such a slow pace that it will take more than a century for female business leaders to achieve parity with men, a UC Davis study has found. The seventh annual UCD Study of California Women Business Leaders found that women still […]

Dan Wolk plans arts talk downtown

Davis City Councilman Dan Wolk will be at the John Natsoulas Gallery, 521 First St. in downtown Davis, at 5:30 p.m. Saturday to discuss his ideas about the arts in Davis. This event will take place before the Davisites for Art holiday party and silent auction, which follows at 7 p.m. Wolk is committed to […]

Museum celebrates an 1898 Davisville Christmas

Children of all ages are invited to the Hattie Weber Museum of Davis this month to learn how Christmas was celebrated in Davisville in 1898. Young museum visitors will receive a “goodie bag” with treats (an apple, orange, nuts and candy) recreating those given out to the 200 children in town that year. There is […]

How do poets see Davis? Buy the book and count the ways

Check it out Who: Allegra Silberstein and contributing poets What: Reading their work published in “Entering,” the Davis Poetry Book Project When: 7 p.m. Saturday Where: Davis Art Center, 1919 F St. How much: Admission is free, books cost $15 What started as a dream is becoming a reality for Davis Poet Laureate Allegra Silberstein. […]

UCD’s Early Childhood Lab earns national recognition

The children who attend the Early Childhood Lab School at the UC Davis Center for Child and Family Studies probably aren’t much impressed by the school’s recent designation as a nationally certified “Nature Explore Classroom.”

They’re too busy hiding in the bamboo forest, looking for bugs under rocks, following the meandering flagstone path through the native grasses and building structures in the “messy materials” area.

But the three-year project that transformed this outdoor oasis between First Street and the UC Davis Arboretum has indeed placed the program in select company …

Paradegoers can help fight hunger

Yolobus has teamed with the Food Bank of Yolo County and Veolia Transportation to help fight hunger this holiday season with the inaugural Stuff a Yolobus food drive. Yolobus will accept nonperishable food donations during the Woodland Holiday Parade on Saturday, Dec. 10, with the goal of collecting 1,000 pounds of food. Volunteers from the Yolo […]

Don’t light tonight, Dec. 8

Don’t Light Tonight is in effect through midnight Thursday, Dec. 8. Don’t Light Tonight is a voluntary wintertime air pollution reduction program. Thursday’s particle matter pollution (PM 2.5) is forecast to be 25 micrograms per cubic meter or higher and burning wood is discouraged. On winter nights when inversion layers are strong and air pollution […]

Local glider club provides toys for tots

For the eighth year in a row, a local radio-control glider club has organized a Toys for Tots toy drive. Over the years, the Sacramento Valley Soaring Society has collected close to 400 toys for needy children with an estimated value of $7,000. Each year, the wide assortment of toys are picked up by James […]