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Closing Arguments in Second Trial of Accused Child Molester

Jun 30, 2015
Closing Arguments in Second Trial of Accused Child Molester

by Charlotte Krovoza On Friday, June 26th at 10:40 am the jury in the Guzman trial convened to hear the closing arguments. They were to decide on count 1, which occurred on September 27th 2013, and counts 2 through 4 spanning the time of November 12th 2012 to September 26, 2013. After receiving jury...

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Monday Morning Thoughts: A Start on Roads But When Do We Get Serious About Funding?

Jun 29, 2015
Monday Morning Thoughts: A Start on Roads But When Do We Get Serious About Funding?

On Tuesday the Davis City Council will have before them a very important consent agenda item – they will be asked to approve the plans, specifications and estimate for the 2015 Pavement Rehabilitation Project. The council, unless the item is pulled and voted down, will award the project to Teichert Construction in the amount...

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Gate Coordinator Job Description

Jun 29, 2015
Gate Coordinator Job Description

Editor’s note: A reader requested we post a description of the duties of the GATE coordinator.  This is verbatim from the job description.  On June 18, the DJUSD Board of Education voted 3-2 not to renew GATE Corrdinator Deanne Quinn’s Variable Service Agreed (VSA). GATE COORDINATOR, Teacher on Special Assignment (TOSA): All teachers on...

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Neighbors for Nepal Benifit July 11

Jun 29, 2015
Neighbors for Nepal Benifit July 11

The Davis Odd Fellows and Soroptimists International of Davis are hosting a benefit to raise funds for the earthquake survivors in Nepal. The benefit “Neighbors for Nepal” on Saturday July 11, 2015, from 5 pm to 10 pm will feature dinner and music and a taste of Nepali culture. The music line-up is headlined...

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A Matter of Faith

Jun 29, 2015
A Matter of Faith

by Tia Will “I told my community, there is nothing we can do now. But the church needs funds”. “We believe there is no discrimination in charity. It is the act that is rewarded. It doesn’t matter who is the recipient.” Who said these words? Was it the pastor of a protestant church, a...

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President Obama Eulogizes Those Killed in Charleston

Jun 29, 2015

President Obama delivered the following remarks in his eulogy at the funeral of the Rev. Clementa Pinckney at the College of Charleston’s campus. President Obama: Giving all praise and honor to God. The Bible calls us to hope, to persevere and have faith in things not seen. They were still living by faith when...

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Sunday Commentary II: Balancing Land Use Needs

Jun 28, 2015
Sunday Commentary II: Balancing Land Use Needs

On Friday, Mayor Pro Tem Robb Davis laid out thoughts about “the Ends of Economic Development Efforts.” He posed three questions, (1) What is the City of Davis’ role in helping develop and nurture the innovations flowing from UC Davis? (2)  What are the “ends” of economic development in Davis? (3) What are the...

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Sunday Commentary: Thursday’s Public Comment Illustrates the Importance of Proper Process

Jun 28, 2015
Sunday Commentary: Thursday’s Public Comment Illustrates the Importance of Proper Process

It may be argued that Thursday’s public vindicates the school board’s vote on June 4, but I would strongly argue against that view. To me it illustrates why the public needs to be properly and fully noticed about major changes to public policy. Let us not be deceived here what occurred on June 4...

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A Battle Won Against Racial Discrimination

Jun 28, 2015
A Battle Won Against Racial Discrimination

by Dennis Parker We’re living in a tale of two Americas, where racial segregation and racial disparities in housing continue to plague our nation. A report we released this week outlines just how disadvantaged future generations of Black Americans will be because of predatory lending practices that disproportionately targeted people of color. Yet, in...

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District Hears Input on AIM, Firing of AIM Coordinator

Jun 27, 2015
District Hears Input on AIM, Firing of AIM Coordinator

At both the June 4 and June 18 meetings, it seemed that the majority of people from the public were in favor of changes to – if not the ending of – the self-contained AIM program. However, that changed in a dramatic way on Thursday night. The meeting began early at 6 pm, but...

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