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‘By District’ Legislation Advances in California Assembly, Faces Opposition

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May 7, 2015
‘By District’ Legislation Advances in California Assembly, Faces Opposition

May 7, 2015 |A bill that would affect how Elk Grove residents elect their city council members has made legislative advances in the California AssemblyThat legislation, Assembly Bill 278 authored by Assembly Member Roger Hernandez (D-West Covina), woul...

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Chew’s Reviews – Black Souls (Anime nere)

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May 7, 2015
Chew’s Reviews – Black Souls (Anime nere)


By Gary Chew  | May 7, 2015 |

Opens Friday 

Black Souls unfolds on the toe of Italy's boot where all seems quite cold and cruel even though the Mediterranean Sea nearly surrounds this Italian state called Calabria. Much like a Greek tragedy or, better yet, an Italian opera, Anime nereplays as a family movie...

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Elk Grove, Sacramento County Water Agencies Slated For Higher Water Use Cuts

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May 6, 2015
Elk Grove, Sacramento County Water Agencies Slated For Higher Water Use Cuts


May 6, 2015 |

With yesterday's order by the California Water Resources Control Board, Elk Grove residents are being slated for slightly higher water conservation rates.

In yesterday's order, the Board ordered an across-the-board 25-percent state wide reduction in water use. However, certain water providers will be targeted for higher conservation...

Elk Grove Sports Corner
CRC Baseball/Softball Advance

Cosumnes River College's baseball and softball squads survived the opening round of the California Community College playoffs last weekend and will resume action on Friday.The baseball team, seeded ninth in Northern California,  travels to #3 Feat...

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EG Wins Delta Softball, Will Enter Div. II Playoffs

The official brackets for the softball playoffs won't be released until sometime Thursday afternoon, but it appears Elk Grove, a perennial contender for the Division I championship, will be in Division II for the post-season.For the first time ever, so...

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Elk Grove City Council Schedules Hearing For Possible E-Tran Bus Route Changes

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May 4, 2015
Elk Grove City Council Schedules Hearing For Possible E-Tran Bus Route Changes

The new Blue Line light rail station at Cosumnes River College
is scheduled to open this September. 
May 5, 2015 |


As part of the September opening of Sacramento Regional Transit's Blue Line extension to Cosumnes River College, the City of Elk Grove will consider modifying its commuter routes to...

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Teenage Arrested on Suspicion of Robbing Elk Grove Restaurant

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May 4, 2015
Teenage Arrested on Suspicion of Robbing Elk Grove Restaurant


May 4, 2015 | 

A 16-year old boy was arrested late yesterday afternoon after he allegedly robbed an Elk Grove Restaurant.

According to Elk Grove Police, the Sacramento juvenile entered the Wrap N' Roll restaurant on Whitelock Parkway and brandished a handgun demanding money. When an employee opened the cash register, the suspect...

Elk Grove Sports Corner
Delta League Swim Championships Results

Delta League Girls Swimming and Diving Championships -

Team Standings – St. Francis, 552; Davis, 494; Pleasant Grove, 254; Franklin, 191; Elk Grove, 162.5; Sheldon, 100.5; Monterey Trail, 87.

Winners:
200-Yard Medley Relay – Davis, 1:51.64; 200-Yard Freestyle – Mitchell, SF, 1:54.94; 200-Yard IM – Barksdale, D, 2:04.53; 50-Yard Freestyle – Spikes, PG, 24.45; 100-Yard Butterfly –...

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Elk Grove Teen Arrested on Suspicion of Daytime Burglary

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May 1, 2015
Elk Grove Teen Arrested on Suspicion of Daytime Burglary

May 1, 2015 |

Elk Grove Police were able to arrest a 15-year old juvenile yesterday afternoon after an investigation into a residential burglary.

According to police reports, officers responded to a burglary reported yesterday on the 9400 block of Crowell Drive. Witnesses provided police with information and descriptions of the suspects seen...

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Chew’s Reviews – Far From The Madding Crowd

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May 1, 2015
Chew’s Reviews – Far From The Madding Crowd


By Gary Chew | May 1, 2015 |

Opens Today

My introduction to Thomas Hardy came with an assignment I once had for a college English Literature course. The Mayor of Casterbridge was the novel. It's a less well known and later work than another of Hardy's tomes that's now enjoying it's third...

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