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Everything was going fine until the accident

Nov 30, 2016
Everything was going fine until the accident

“Count your blessings,” my wife said. I did a quick inventory and came up with a half-dozen things. They didn’t make me feel better. “I’m going to indulge my discontent for a while,” I said. My wife shrugged and said … Continue reading

The California Aggie
Affordable, clean, green energy is coming to Yolo County, Davis

Affordable, clean, green energy is coming to Yolo County, Davis

Citizens can expect more cost-competitive clean energy for 2017 With rising concerns of climate change, green energy continues to gain interest in communities such as Davis and Yolo County. On Oct. 25, Davis and Yolo County representatives voted unanimously to create the Valley Clean Energy Alliance (VCEA), which aims to deliver cost-competitive clean electricity...

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The California Aggie
ASUCD Coffee House celebrates its history

ASUCD Coffee House celebrates its history

Fall campaign engages students in activities surrounding CoHo history Throughout this quarter, the ASUCD Coffee House (CoHo) has been promoting its history in a campaign titled Students Serving Students Since 1968. CoHo director Darin Schluep and front of house manager Lauren Woods had been planning the campaign since Spring Quarter of 2016 in partnership...

The California Aggie
UC Davis Dining Services collaborates with UC Health System in search for new coffee provider

UC Davis Dining Services collaborates with UC Health System in search for new coffee provider

UC Davis looks for partner to provide coffee, interactive programs, opportunities for students UC Davis Dining Services has teamed up with the UC Health System to develop a new coffee agreement. This coffee agreement will establish a new coffee provider after the current contract with food company Sodexo expires on June 30. Sodexo has...

Davis Vanguard
Commentary: What Have We Gained from the Hotel Settlement?

Nov 30, 2016
Commentary: What Have We Gained from the Hotel Settlement?

In my years of doing the Vanguard, we have covered a number of lawsuits and their settlements and, in those years, there does not seem to be more uncertainty over the implications of a lawsuit than this one. Part of the problem here is that the city was not a party to the settlement...

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Davis Vanguard
Commentary: Has the Vanguard Changed Its Coverage?

Nov 30, 2016
Commentary: Has the Vanguard Changed Its Coverage?

Ever since the election results came in – if you can believe, just three weeks ago – the Vanguard has been on the fly attempting to assess the new world we live in and contemplating its place. At the top, our readers need to understand that there are only two employees of the Vanguard...

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Davis Vanguard
Fear, Davis Values and the Recent Election

Fear, Davis Values and the Recent Election

“The question is: ‘What are we going to do with that fear?’” By Mayor Robb Davis Following the election there was much concern throughout the community about what this change means.  The first response was a candlelight vigil organized quickly by a group of citizens, held in Central Park on November 12, the first...

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Davis Vanguard
Why We Should Provide Lawyers to Immigrants Facing Deportation

Why We Should Provide Lawyers to Immigrants Facing Deportation

By Jeff Adachi, Niloufar Khonsari, Ana Herrera and Laura Sanchez President-elect Donald Trump’s plan to deport millions of immigrants is an attack on thousands of San Francisco families. The most effective way to defend them? Arm them with lawyers. Today, supervisors will consider a plan to give city residents legal representation in deportation proceedings....

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Davis Vanguard
Closing Arguments Allege Davis Police Brutality

Closing Arguments Allege Davis Police Brutality

by Samantha Brill Defendant Ramon Sanchez is being charged with one count of trespassing and a second count of resisting arrest, after being caught hopping over multiple fences and breaking into a garage in Davis. Mr. Sanchez claimed that he was being chased by a group of homeless men, which resulted in his having...

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Jeff Pellines Sierra Foothills Report
A snapshot of our demographics

A snapshot of our demographics

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