Tuesday, September 16, 2014
YOLO COUNTY NEWS
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Experience fun in Woodland the entire weekend

By Alan Humason Special to The Enterprise If you are in Northern California the first weekend in September, don’t miss the big “Experience Woodland Weekend” of outstanding events. Friday through Sunday, Sept 5, 6 and 7, visitors will enjoy a succession of activities featuring the best the historic city has to offer, including the signature Stroll […]

Davis Athletic Club

At Davis Athletic Club, fitness is for everyone. The club at 1809 Picasso Ave. has members of all ages and athletic levels, and all who come through the door are treated like family. “We work very hard to ensure that all of our members and staff are heard, and we do everything we can to make […]

Visitors’ Guide: Davis swimming pools

Bust out the sunscreen and floppy hat when the city pools are in full swing for the summer. Both Arroyo and Manor pools are expected to be open for recreational swimming through Labor Day weekend. Both pools have lap swimming, diving, water slides and play areas. Cool off with “Family Fun Nights” — on Mondays […]

A helping hand for kids

Janis Holt, left, resource administrator for Yolo County Housing, receives backpacks and school supplies for incoming children at the Davis Migrant Camp from Gretchen Peralta, who organized the effort with fellow club member Aaron Phillips for Davis Sunrise Rotary. Courtesy photo

A little elbow grease goes a long way

After three years of planning, the Davis Sunrise Rotary Club built garden boxes at Davis High School that will be used by students for raising food for the school’s kitchen. Here, members Brian Sway, Lucas Frerichs, Andrew Yang and John Reed (with wheelbarrow) line up the lumber for the redwood boxes. Courtesy photo

Car Care: Tax return check has arrived, so buy the shoes

-From Brandpoint- Your tax return check has arrived in the mail. Now you’ll finally pay off that credit card or add the extra cash to your savings for a rainy day. Or maybe you’ll blow your new fortune on a pair of designer shoes. Perhaps it’s time you instead considered a pair of synthetic and […]

Car Care: It’s the season for sunshine, barbecues and big changes

-From Brandpoint- As temperatures rise and the economy shows signs of improvement, many Americans are warming to the idea of making major life changes. For many, spring is the season for getting married and shopping for new cars or homes. Big life changes can mean significant financial investments. If you’re planning for a major life […]

Get to know the Senior Center

By Maria Lucchesi The Davis Senior Center, 646 A St., hosts more than 80 ongoing programs and services, not including the many presentations and special events held throughout the year. More than 200 volunteers help us serve, on average, 300 persons a day. Some volunteers assist us weekly, while others help with a specific event […]

10 recreation lakes that can survive a drought

By Tom Stienstra On a trip through California’s Gold Country last month, we drove over the dam at Lake Tulloch near Sonora, and like most, had a provocative response: Look at all that water! Tulloch, as are a few recreation lakes across Northern California, is kept full or close to it year-round, even when other […]

Ask the Expert: University Honda

Original Equipment Tires vs. Non-originals Original Equipment (OE) Tires During the development of your vehicle, Honda engineers worked closely with the original equipment tire manufacturer to develop a tire that optimizes all the performance attributes of your vehicle. Extensive testing was done in the lab, on the track, and on the road to ensure that […]