Tuesday, November 25, 2014
YOLO COUNTY NEWS
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Kings get past Pelicans

NEW ORLEANS — When Sacramento coach Michael Malone was ejected in the second quarter, DeMarcus Cousins helped steady the Kings. Cousins had 22 points, 12 rebounds, five assists and three steals, leading Sacramento to a 99-89 victory over the New Orleans Pelicans on Tuesday night. Omri Casspi also scored 22 for Sacramento, which has won […]

Let’s not lose another good DHS coach

Should Davis High let go of yet another one of its coaches? If a vocal group of community members — many of whom have made their feelings known through Facebook comments — has its way, then Blue Devil boys soccer coach Alex Park would not be back next season. Since a Friday article in The Enterprise detailed […]

Dunning: College rivalry games mean a fun Thanksgiving weekend

This week’s picks are as follows: CAL over BYU … the Golden Bears pick up the bowl-eligible win they so desperately need after last week’s disappointing effort against Stanford. BYU had national title hopes until its Heisman-hopeful quarterback, Taysom Hill, was lost for the season with a broken leg. The Cougars have not been the […]

Blue Devils prepare for a new season on the mat

Only a few weeks into practice, the Davis High wrestling team is jumping into the deep end this weekend at Natomas High when it competes in its first tournament of the winter. Though league dual meets are more than six weeks away, the Blue Devils relish the opportunity to test themselves against the top competition […]

No excuses, but there’s hope for UCD after 2-9 season

This fall marked the first time in program history that a UC Davis football team has lost nine games in a single season. The recently completed 2-9 campaign was the school’s least productive since the 1960 Aggies were 0-8-1. With four consecutive losing records, one has to go back way back  — to four years interrupted […]

Joseph, Manzanares lead 10 All-Big Sky Aggie picks

UC Davis offensive lineman Ian Joseph and running back Gabe Manzanares were honored with eight other Aggies when the Big Sky Conference announced its postseason awards on Tuesday. Named an all-league first-teamer, Joseph is a 6-foot-6, 305-pound left tackle from Placerville. The premed student-athlete started all 45 games of his UCD career. Manzanares, the league’s Newcomer […]

Davis Little League offers early sign-up discounts

Families ready to sign up their youthful baseball-playing members can get a break in the cost of 2015 Davis Little League registration if they act now. There are seven divisions in which area kids can compete, and discounts are offered on early-bird registration for T-ball, farm, AA, AAA, majors and juniors. For the next five […]

DHS wrestling is not just for boys

While most of the Davis High wrestling team is kicking off its season at a tournament in Natomas this weekend, five integral wrestlers won’t be at that event. That’s because they are heading to Folsom for their own tourney, where they will continue to show that wrestling isn’t just a sport for boys. The Blue Devil female […]

Planting love at new home

Nancy and Paul Jacobs, who recently bought my home on A Street, generously allowed me to remove four treasured rose bushes from my former garden. Don Shor at Redwood Barn Nursery kindly offered to keep the roses for me until the bed at my new home is ready for planting. Thank you, Nancy, Paul and […]

Innovation parks comparison

This reflects recent Enterprise pieces, logically linked. On Sunday, Nov. 16, Rob White, Davis’ chief innovation officer, wrote about Davis’ innovation business plans in technology and research, stating that we can’t know how many will come, but such growth is positive regionally. The second commentary (published Friday, Nov. 14), is cautionary, comparing Davis with Boulder, Colo., […]

Musings in the wake of Ferguson decision

By Sandy Holman As an African-American woman who has African-American brothers, cousins, uncles and elders in her life, I have had to face the fact that there is a cost to having dark skin. The Culture CO-OP’s documentary, which is called “The Cost of Darkness,” examines how having dark skin impacts people in almost every institution […]

Rich Rifkin: Is it time to be a bear or a bull?

“Sell, sell, sell!” a friend of mine, who is an investment adviser, told me over the phone last Friday, when the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the S&P 500 closed at all-time highs. “I don’t know exactly when we are going to have a crash, Rich, but the market is seriously overvalued,” he said. “It’s […]