Davis

The California Aggie
News in Brief: Whole Foods grand opening Wednesday

On Wednesday, Whole Foods Market will open its fourth Sacramento area store located at 500 First St. in the Davis Commons. Davis Mayor Joe Krovoza will be present at the 9:45 a.m. bread-breaking ceremony that will commemorate the event. Doors will officially open at 10 a.m. Whole Foods will offer local products from within...

The California Aggie
News in Brief: Shooter Survival Workshop Thursday

An Active Shooter Survival Workshop will be held Thursday by the UC Davis Police Department (UCDPD). The 90-minute event will be open to all students, faculty and staff and will address the five main steps that increase chances of survival in the event of a shooting: “Escape, cover, hide, play dead and as a...

The California Aggie
Katehi receives STEM award

Chancellor Linda P.B. Katehi was honored as one of the leading women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) this past Tuesday at the 2012 California STEM Summit in San Diego. The STEM summit is a gathering of educators, innovators and leaders from all areas of the STEM field who come together to change...

Bamboo and More
First rain in six months

First rain in six months

For once the weather forecast was right. It started to rain in the middle of the night—for the first time in six months—and the world looked different when I got up this morning: cleaner, greener and somehow more vibrant than yesterday. I’m not s...

Tags: | |

45 Journal
Sea Lion Cove

Oct 22, 2012
Sea Lion Cove

The Point Reyes peninsula is shaped a little like a whales tale, slightly forked at the end.  At the tip of one fluke is the lighthouse, and at the other is chimney rock.  We braved the wind and headed out for a hike to chimney rock.  Al...

Tags:

Davis Vanguard
Did Deputies Plant the Knife in the Gutierrez Incident?

Oct 22, 2012
Did Deputies Plant the Knife in the Gutierrez Incident?

ANALYSIS - As the Federal Civil Rights Suit trial wrapped up last week, the Sacramento Bee's Denny Walsh does an exception piece in which he argues "jurors must ask: What about the knife?" As Mr. Walsh writes, "The jury's verdict likely will swing on ...

Tags: |

Davis Vanguard
School board candidate utilizes social media

Oct 22, 2012
School board candidate utilizes social media

In 2006 Matt Rexroad in his campaign for County Supervisor was ahead of the curve.  He was out there engaging with the public on a variety of issues and utilized his blog as a way to connect with voters. That was more than six years ago and the remar...

Tags: |

Davis Vanguard
Way More than You Probably Want to Know About the Various Recommended Restrictions on Wood Burning

-
Oct 22, 2012
Way More than You Probably Want to Know About the Various Recommended Restrictions on Wood Burning

by Alan Pryor GUEST COMMENTARY - While many Davis residents are aware that the Davis City Council is considering a Staff recommendation on wood burning restrictions this Tuesday, few probably realize that there are actually 2 additional somewhat co...

Tags: |

The California Aggie
Students invited to think big at art museum open forum

Three open forums were held to gather ideas and opinions from students and community and faculty members for the building of the Jan Shrem and Maria Manetti Shrem Museum of Art, which is estimated to open in 2016. This Thursday, an open forum for students was held in Nelson Hall, which is the current...

The California Aggie
Expert panel discusses civil liberties

Students and guests gathered at Giedt Hall for an event organized by the student libertarian organization Young Americans for Liberty (YAL), Oct. 16. There, three prominent political pundits spoke about the issues of civil liberties facing the United States. Though the event’s press release labeled it a debate — “Liberal, Conservative, and Libertarian Experts...

Stay connected to Sacramento Connect

Follow Sacramento Connect on Twitter  Find Sacramento Connect on Facebook  Sign up for the Sacramento Connect Newsletter

Advertisement

Davis

Categories

Advertisement



Newest Partners