Two people were robbed at gunpoint just minutes apart Thursday night in Woodland, police said. The first victim, a 46-year-old Woodland resident, called police at 9:45 p.m. to report being robbed by two Latino male juveniles as he walked home from a convenience store in the 1200 block of East Main Street. One of the […]
A former youth sports coach from Dixon was jailed in lieu of $1 million bail Thursday on suspicion of having an intimate relationship with — and later threatening — an underage girl, Davis police announced Friday. Troy Anthony Hensley, 37, is alleged to have engaged in the relationship with the girl, a 17-year-old Dixon resident, […]
Yolo County farm fields bloom perennially with a diverse range of crops, part of California’s reputation as a provider for the world. However, the fruit grown in many of Davis’ own back yards often goes to waste.
The Davis branch of Village Harvest marked its fourth anniversary in May. The organization now boasts a contact list of 600 volunteers, more than 500 of whom have harvested at least once. However, the large-scale nature of the Davis Village Harvest is a far cry from its beginnings.
Retired couple Greg Gibbs and his wife Pam volunteered extensively for then-Sen. Barack Obama’s presidential campaign in 2008 …
WALDRON, Ark. (AP) — Forecasters warned that large hail and more tornadoes could strafe parts of Oklahoma, Arkansas and Missouri on Friday, a day after powerful storms and floods killed at least three people in the storm-weary region. Up to a dozen tornadoes touched down in mostly rural parts of Arkansas on Thursday, as well […]
NOGALES, Mexico (AP) — An Arizona woman held in a Mexico jail for a week on a drug-smuggling charge was freed and traveled back to the U.S. after a court reviewed her case, including key security footage, and dismissed the allegations. Yanira Maldonado, 42, walked out of the prison on the outskirts of Nogales, Mexico, […]
The Davis school board heard staff updates Thursday night covering the impact of the Gov. Jerry Brown’s proposed funding formula, which would overhaul the way California funds local school districts, as well as how the Davis district will respond to several recently adopted state laws. The school board also moved to fill administrative positions at […]
SACRAMENTO (AP) — State senators rejected a bill Thursday that would have phased out the use of single-use plastic checkout bags in grocery, drug and convenience stores. Sen. Alex Padilla, D-Los Angeles, said he will try again next year. It’s the fifth such bill to fail in the Senate since 2010. Padilla’s SB405 had support […]
GUILT AND INNOCENCE … after reading what I had to say last week about the brutal beating of Mikey Partida in our town several months ago, a friend of mine suggested he certainly wouldn’t want me on the jury if he were the defendant … truth be known, I wouldn’t want me on the jury […]
The Sacramento District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers released an evaluation Thursday of both the right and left banks of Putah Creek, which flows just south of Davis. It rated the maintenance of the levee systems as unacceptable. The proposed Bay Delta Conservation Plan would impact Yolo County, so local representatives were on […]
The ability of Putah Creek and its connected levee systems to protect the Davis area from a flood has been diminished, according to the results of a survey. The Sacramento District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers released an evaluation Thursday of both the right and left banks of Putah Creek, which flows just […]
WOODLAND — A hearing to determine whether the case against a former UC Davis researcher accused of manufacturing explosives in his campus apartment should proceed to trial is scheduled for July 26 in Yolo Superior Court. Judge David Reed confirmed the date during a brief hearing Thursday. Snyder, 32, was not present in court, having […]
SACRAMENTO — Rep. John Garamendi and four of his House colleagues on Thursday ripped the governor’s plan for building twin tunnels to send water around the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta to Southern California. They said that the $24.54 billion project, called the Bay Delta Conservation Plan, has ignored regional concerns about the harm it could cause […]
Davis Parent Nursery School alumni — parents and children alike — are invited to join Kathy Douglas’ last circle time on Tuesday, beginning at 3:45 p.m. at the Eighth Street campus, 426 W. Eighth St. Cake and refreshments will be served afterwards.
Rare is the teacher who doesn’t leave a lasting impression.
Indeed, outside of parents, teachers are often the most important adults in their students’ lives.
At Davis Parent Nursery School, the impact of teachers stretches even further.
Because while DPNS teachers guide and teach the children in their classes every year, they also leave a lasting mark on their other students: the parents.