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Quaff a beer and help the Bike Campaign

Soroptimist International of Davis will be joined by representatives of the Woodland Bike Campaign to host a beer and wine booth at the Davis Farmers Market in Central Park on Wednesday, Aug. 5. Ten percent of gross sales and all donations from the evening will go to the nonprofit campaign. The Bike Campaign was founded […]

West Sac artisans join Square Tomatoes Crafts Fair

Members of the West Sacramento Art Guild will be featured at the Square Tomatoes Crafts Fair on Sunday, Aug. 2, in Central Park. The guild is a 40-year-old organization of fine artists, embroiderers, knitters, a metal worker and other craftspeople. The group meets to share tips on techniques, business venues, winning prizes and publicity. A number […]

UCD study: Autism costs could reach $500B to $1T by 2025

UC Davis health economists have for the first time projected the total costs of caring for all people with autism spectrum disorder, or ASD, in the United States for the current calendar year. Costs also were projected for 10 years out if effective interventions and preventive treatments for the condition are not identified and widely […]

Fire crew gets some love from Yolo FCU

Winters firefighters who have been battling the Wragg fire since July 22 were treated to snacks Thursday morning delivered by staff members at the Yolo Federal Credit Union. Staff member Jackie Baker-Kuhn said she felt compelled to do something for the firefighters who have been working long hours in sweltering heat to fight the wildfire […]

Need a new best friend?

Quick is a neutered male purebred Rottweiler, who’s about 10 months to 1 year old. He’s athletic and should be adopted into a home with no small children. He loves to play in water and would make a great jogging partner. Sasha is a 1- to 2-year-old spayed female border collie mix who’s a graduate […]

West Sac will get greener, thanks to Tree Davis grant

Tree Davis, a local nonprofit dedicated to enhancing and expanding the urban forest of Davis and surrounding communities, has been awarded a $500,000 greenhouse gas reduction fund competitive grant, by the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CalFire). Greenhouse gas reduction funds are generated through the state’s cap and trade program and are invested […]

Yolo GOP hosts debate-watching party

The Yolo County Republican Central Committee invites local residents to watch the televised Republican candidates debate on Thursday, Aug. 6, at Vince’s Mexican Restaurant, 140 W. Main St. in Woodland. The debate begins at 6 p.m. but attendees are encouraged to arrive early for the no-host food and drink party. Those who attend will have the […]

First 5 Yolo’s new focus supports key programs for kids

The First 5 Yolo Children and Families Commission announced its 2015-18 strategic plan funding priorities and allocations supporting initiatives in the areas of improved child health, child development and family functioning. “We are very excited to work with our partners to bring two new evidence-based programs to Yolo County that will improve children’s health and […]

Trudi Black

d. July 16, 2015 Trudi Elizabeth Black, who was born in Boston, died on June 16, 2015, in Davis, surrounded by love and comfort. Preceded in death by her husband, Arthur L. Black, Ph.D., they met at a dance, honeymooned in Quebec, Canada, and traversed across country to settle in the sleepy town of Davis […]

Bright prospects for summer tomato harvest

Little red mountains piled high in open-air trucks just began traveling along local freeways. It’s summer, and that means tomato season in Yolo County. As tomatoes by the tons are making their exodus out of Yolo County and into the market, experts say the county’s No. 1 crop is looking good … for now. “There’s a […]

UCD nursing school getting new building

Leaders of the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at UC Davis have announced plans to construct a new education building in Sacramento. Betty Irene Moore Hall will be the fourth structure in the educational core of the campus and will house graduate programs of the School of Nursing, as well as support interprofessional education […]

UC mandates training, additional measures to address sexual violence

The University of California announced on Thursday that it will take steps to respond to and prevent sexual violence on campuses, including mandatory training for all students, standardized investigation and student adjudication processes, and more support for students responding to charges. In an update to the UC Board of Regents, senior Vice President and Chief Compliance […]

Trudi Black

d. July 16, 2015 Trudi Elizabeth Black, who was born in Boston, died on June 16, 2015, in Davis, surrounded by love and comfort. Preceded in death by her husband, Arthur L. Black, Ph.D., they met at a dance, honeymooned in Quebec, Canada, and traversed across country to settle in the sleepy town of Davis […]

Thelma Bailey Payne Cooper

July 21, 1920 — July 21, 2015 Thelma Cooper passed away on her 95th birthday, July 21, 2015, in Redding at A Touch of Heaven. She spent the majority of her life in Woodland and Davis. Thelma was a member of a pioneer family — her mother, Edna Black Bailey, and her family homesteaded in […]

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