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Monday Morning Thoughts: Can We Think Big on Collaborating With University?

Dec 5, 2016
Monday Morning Thoughts: Can We Think Big on Collaborating With University?

There is a nexus between the two stories we have been running in recent days – the city’s “response” to the UC Davis LRDP and the city’s fiscal position.  Yesterday’s column and Friday’s article lay out some of bad news – it goes beyond just the $655 million of infrastructure needs and lays out...

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Davis Vanguard
Construction of DAPL Halted by Army Corps of Engineers

Dec 5, 2016
Construction of DAPL Halted by Army Corps of Engineers

In a major victory for thousands of protesters and Indigenous People, the Department of the Army announced it will not approve an easement that would allow the proposed Dakota Access Pipeline to cross under Lake Oahe in North Dakota, the Army’s Assistant Secretary for Civil Works announced today. Jo-Ellen Darcy said she based her...

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Davis Vanguard
In Appreciation of Our Women and Those Who Support Them

Dec 5, 2016
In Appreciation of Our Women and Those Who Support Them

by Tia Will Sunday’s Enterprise had an article that caught my attention. The article, “Second Straight Second Place,“ highlighted our DHS women’s second place finish at the cross country nationals. This is a direct testament to the determination and hard work of the individual women racers and an indirect measure of the willingness of...

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Davis Vanguard
Sanchez Reports for Sentencing

Dec 5, 2016
Sanchez Reports for Sentencing

By Samantha Brill On December 2, 2016 Mr. Sanchez reported to court with Judge McAdams presiding for sentencing after being found guilty on two counts, one count of trespassing and the other count for resisting arrest committed on September 8, 2016. Before the court announced Mr. Sanchez’s sentence, Mr. Sanchez’s defense attorney plead for...

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The California Aggie
Police Logs

Police Logs

Another week of ‘why did people call the police about this nonsense?’ Nov. 20 “Hydraulic lift parked across from RP’s res, RP feels it’s sticking too far out on the roadway” Nov. 21 “Male talking to himself about conspiracies” Nov. 22 “ charging devices on the city electrical outlet” Nov. 22 “Two loose dogs...

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The California Aggie
Student representatives of Chancellor Search Committee to potentially resign

Student representatives of Chancellor Search Committee to potentially resign

Graduate Student Association, ASUCD Senate pass resolutions calling for concessions from UC President Janet Napolitano The search for a new UC Davis chancellor continues after the resignation of controversial former chancellor Linda P.B. Katehi, this past August. Now, more resignations could be on the way from Brian Riley and Elly Oltersdorf, the graduate and...

Jeff Pellines Sierra Foothills Report
Heidi Hall having fun at one of our nonprofits

Heidi Hall having fun at one of our nonprofits

We are going to miss Nate Beason as our supervisor after eight years. We were more than happy to support Nate’s candidacy when he faced a contentious race against a tea-party candidate in 2012. Nate has integrity, he has raised … Continue reading

Jeff Pellines Sierra Foothills Report
Federal officials to explore different route for Dakota pipeline

Federal officials to explore different route for Dakota pipeline

“Federal officials announced on Sunday that they would not approve permits for construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline beneath a dammed section of the Missouri River that tribes say sits near sacred burial sites,” the New York Times is reporting … Continue reading

Jeff Pellines Sierra Foothills Report
The increasingly diverse United States of America

The increasingly diverse United States of America

“Farmland outside a Midwestern city turns into a bedroom enclave of commuting urban professionals,” the Washington Post is reporting in an infographic. “A handful of non-white people move to Dubuque, Iowa. Already diverse cities become increasingly mixed with immigrants from … Continue reading

Jeff Pellines Sierra Foothills Report
Meet Mr. Popularity

Meet Mr. Popularity

I often hear local right-wing activist and former Supe Todd Juvinall go on about how he has a real pulse on our towns, is so well liked and so on. Why he even was going to run for Supervisor again … Continue reading

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