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Nishi Gateway Discussion

Feb 6, 2016

Last Saturday, January 30, the Vanguard held a discussion on the pending Nishi-Gateway project.  This week, the project moved a step closer to the Davis City Council placing it on the ballot.  At the forum held at the University Park Inn on Richards Boulevard, Developer Tim Ruff gave a presentation and, along with Councilmember...

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Davis Vanguard
Jury Hangs 10-2 in Nelson Trial; DA Seeks Retrial

Jury Hangs 10-2 in Nelson Trial; DA Seeks Retrial

by Joanna Kwong Judge Maguire declared a mistrial late Friday morning after the 12 jurors were unable to come to a unanimous decision on Count 1 of the Willie Nelson case. Jury deliberations began yesterday afternoon, and the jurors were split 10-2, for acquittal and conviction respectively. The jurors were ultimately unable to come...

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Jeff Pellines Sierra Foothills Report
The Union reports “a heated debate” in Nevada City but doesn’t back it up

The Union reports “a heated debate” in Nevada City but doesn’t back it up

Wonders never cease with The Union newspaper. This weekend it is reporting (on the front page, no less): “The blockade of a passageway next to a 150-year-old building in Nevada City lounge bar thrust its owners into the center of … Continue reading

The California Aggie
Yolo Basin Foundation celebrates 21st Duck Days Festival

Yolo Basin Foundation celebrates 21st Duck Days Festival

Annual wetlands, wildlife festival brings fish, fowl, fun to Yolo County Since 1995, Yolo Basin Foundation (YBF) and its sponsors have held the Duck Days Festival in Davis. This year, the festival will take place from Feb. 21 to 22. YBF is a non-profit, community-based organization founded in 1990 that offers environmental education programs...

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The California Aggie
Club Finance Council repeals senate bill, cuts club resources

Feb 5, 2016
Club Finance Council repeals senate bill, cuts club resources

CFC halts ASUCD food catering, reduces annual club grants back to $2,000 In October 2015, former ASUCD Senator Alex Lee proposed Senate Bill 08, which allotted UC Davis clubs up to $2,500 annually and the option to have food catered by ASUCD services, specifically the ASUCD Coffee House (CoHo). Lee’s bill was unanimously passed...

Sierra FoodWineArt Magazine
InConcert Sierra’s new season includes pianist Nikolaï Lugansky on March 14

InConcert Sierra’s new season includes pianist Nikolaï Lugansky on March 14

INCONCERT SIERRA RINGS IN THE NEW YEAR with a stellar lineup of performers, including pianist Sean Chen on January 17, the Cavatina Duo on February 21 and pianist Nikolaï Lugansky on March 14. It comes on the heels of violinist Joshua Bell’s sold-out performance last fall. From the grand Russian school of piano playing, Lugansky...

YubaNet.com
PCSO arrests three remaining suspects near Foresthill

Feb 5, 2016

February 5, 2016 - A Placer County Sheriff's deputy just arrested the three men who've eluded capture since Wednesday afternoon. They were unarmed, uninjured, cooperative, and appeared to be very tired. The man who escaped wearing handcuffs was no long...

YubaNet.com
Michael Moore Ill, But Still May Participate in KVMR Benefit Film Premiere Tuesday

Feb 5, 2016

February 5, 2016 - Michael Moore may still be able to appear via Skype at the Northern California premiere of his new film, despite an illness this week.

The Oscar-winning director was hospitalized in New York City earlier this week with pneumonia, while he was busy promoting his first film in nearly six years, “Where...

Appeal Democrat
Forum on bullying draws big crowd in Yuba City

Alayna Cauchi was bullied, in person and online, to the point of wanting to end her life. She attempted suicide four times.

Jeff Pellines Sierra Foothills Report
Twitter reveals it has suspended 125,000 ISIS-related accounts

Twitter reveals it has suspended 125,000 ISIS-related accounts

“Twitter announced on Friday afternoon that it has suspended at least 125,000 accounts that are related to the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) since mid-2015,’ according to CBS News. “They were suspended, the social media network said, after … Continue reading

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