Matthew Palm, a doctoral student at UC Davis, has been selected for the Dwight David Eisenhower Fellowship, administered by the U.S. Department of Transportation. The Eisenhower fellowship is a competitive transportation program that furthers the careers of recipients by providing the financial resources needed to pursue their research. It includes tuition as well as travel and expenses […]
The Associated Students of UC Davis recently presented its 2013-14 Excellence in Education Awards, one in each undergraduate college, plus educator of the year: Rebekka Andersen, an assistant professor in the University Writing Program. The recipients are Frank Mitloehner, associate professor of animal science; Jay Rosenheim, professor of entomology; Stephen Robinson, professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering; and Abigail Boggs, a lecturer in American studies. […]
Young people out of college who try to build a farming or ranching life from scratch in our region have one thing in common. It’s drive. An easier way of life is always available through conventional employment. Yet they feel deeply that this is their life’s path. In the case of Alexis and Gillies Robertson, […]
Jane Kryski and Michael Anthony Morris of Sacramento were married on May 17, 2014 by Pastor Michael Steiner at the Peppermill Hotel in Reno, Nevada. A reception followed there. The bride, daughter of Jane and Dr. Charles Kryski of Yuba City, received her BA in International Relations and French from UC Davis while a member of […]
Tyler Vance Harris and Elizabeth Ann Hilliard are pleased to announce the birth of their son, Abner Noah Harris, on March 21, 2014, in Davis. He weighed 9 pounds, 3 ounces. Abner’s mother, a UC Davis graduate, is a registered nurse at Sutter Davis Women’s Health Clinic. His dad works for Raging Wire in Sacramento. […]
Daniel O’Connell and Vanessa Richter, both of Davis, are pleased to announce the birth of their child, Cormac William O’Connell, born on Nov. 30, 2013, in Walnut Creek. Cormac weighed 8 pounds. Cormac’s mother is a product manager at Kaiser Permanente, and his father is a nurse at Orchard Hospital. Paternal grandparents are Daig and […]
Shayne and Cyndi Hughes, both of Davis, are pleased to announce the birth of their child, Walker Ryoto Hughes, born on July 9, 2014, in Woodland. Walker weighed 7 pounds, 8 ounces. Walker’s maternal grandmother is Grace Sonner of Davis and his paternal grandmother is Ginger Hughes of Brownsville. He is welcomed home by big […]
I come from a family of campers. My Grandma Cross was the queen of the camping hack, those odd applications of ordinary items that make everything easier. My very favorite Grandma-hack was for the benefit of the 20-pound cat Bugs. Bugs really liked camping, but the wilds of Lake Isabella aren’t safe for even a […]
Lea Rosenberg of Davis was unanimously elected noble grand (president) of the Davis Odd Fellows Lodge. Rosenberg has been a member of the Davis Odd Fellows for 10 years and holds all degrees of Odd Fellowship. She recently served as vice grand (vice president) of the lodge and also is active in the community. The Davis […]
Walk into Lorenzo’s Town and Country Market in Winters and head to the meat counter in the rear of the store. Next to thick, rib-eye steaks, slab bacon and 2-inch-deep pork chops, you’ll find a wide row of coiled reddish sausages – Spanish-style, housemade chorizo. The real deal, made from John Lorenzo’s family recipe, handed […]
My decline was rapid. A sudden crisis at a cherished local nonprofit left me reeling. Responding with laser-like focus, I abruptly pruned all my regular supports like family, exercise and even basic personal care in favor of doing whatever I could to change the current course of events. Predictable dinners, quality sleep and occasional deep […]
The signs of early memory loss can be subtle: forgetting to take a medication, missing an appointment or struggling to manage finances. But often the individual suffering those losses can still manage his daily life quite well — driving, working and doing many of the things he’s always done, whether it’s making a meal, finishing a crossword puzzle or grocery shopping.
“Many people with early memory loss live independently still, but they’re noticing some changes,” says Cindi Unger, memory care director at Carlton Plaza, 2726 Fifth St. in Davis.
And with that awareness — that cognitive changes are happening — can come anxiety, depression, a loss of self-confidence and withdrawal.
Yolo County Master Gardeners were honored recently by the Yuba College board of trustees for their 10 years of assistance with the Woodland Community College Horticultural Program. Board member Gary Sandy presented a resolution of thanks to Judy McClure, coordinator of the county’s Master Gardener program. They were thanked for their assistance in providing numerous workshops […]
Two UC Davis graduates were appointed Wednesday to Superior Court judgeships by Gov. Jerry Brown. * Kathleen A. Meehan was tapped for a judgeship in the Fresno County Superior Court. Meehan, 61, of Fresno, earned her juris doctor degree from the UCD School of Law and a bachelor’s degree from St. Mary’s College. She has served as a […]