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UC Davis, City of Davis Fire Services: A Shared Success

Apr 24, 2014
UC Davis, City of Davis Fire Services: A Shared Success

Yesterday’s Davis Enterprise Editor wrote that the shared fire services agreement has been a success and that Chief Nathan Trauernicht “is a capable, mature leader for city, UCD departments.” “In October 2013, the fire departments for the city of Davis and UC Davis entered into a joint powers agreement to share their executive management....

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Davis Vanguard
Vanguard Analysis: The Road to Fiscal Sanity… If Only It Were That Easy

Apr 24, 2014
Vanguard Analysis: The Road to Fiscal Sanity… If Only It Were That Easy

The city in the next month and a half leading up to the June Election and then for the next six months should do nothing but read letters to the editor, and then identify misconceptions within in the public and address them. Frankly this process should have started a year ago. They clearly need...

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Davis Vanguard
Sierra Club Endorses Norma Alcala for County Supervisor

Apr 24, 2014
Sierra Club Endorses Norma Alcala for County Supervisor

The Sierra Club today officially endorsed the candidacy of Norma Alcala for Yolo Co. Board of Supervisors District 1 in the June, 2014 election. The endorsement process followed an exhaustive review of the responses of all District 1 candidates to a series of questions about their positions on environmental matters in Yolo Co. According...

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Davis Vanguard
Election Digest: Beronio Earns Bar Endorsements; Delaini Endorsed by Cabaldon

Apr 24, 2014
Election Digest: Beronio Earns Bar Endorsements; Delaini Endorsed by Cabaldon

West Sacramento Mayor Christopher Cabaldon Endorses Larenda Delaini for Superior Court Judge Larenda Delaini, candidate for Yolo County Superior Court Judge, has received the endorsement of another top Yolo County official, West Sacramento Mayor Christopher Cabaldon. Mayor Cabaldon joins Yolo County Supervisors Matt Rexroad and Don Saylor and many others in endorsing Larenda in...

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Davis Vanguard
Court Watch: Trial Coverage

Apr 24, 2014
Court Watch: Trial Coverage

Infant Murder Trial: New Witness Testimonies by Timothy Chin, Jane Fitzsimmons, and Michelle Yegiyants The controversial trial involving a possible murder of an infant continued this Wednesday morning. Quentin Stone has been charged with the murder of his 3 month-old son Sam Stone in what has been believed to potentially be a child abuse case. Prosecuting attorney...

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The California Aggie
Police Briefs

Apr 24, 2014

Tuesday 4/15 Crash and burn Someone sent a text message to her academic advisor threatening to “burn them all down” on Glacier Drive.  Noose-ance On Mercedes Avenue, someone reported a rope hanging down from a tree with a small loop. Thursday 4/17 Totally buggin’ Someone on Klee Place reported a neighbor for using a...

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The California Aggie
WASC accreditation team reviews UC Davis

Apr 24, 2014

From April 9 to 11, the Accrediting Commision for Schools (ASC), Western Association for Schools and Colleges (WASC) evaluated UC Davis to review and accredit the school. WASC goes to a large number of elementary, secondary and higher education schools in California at least once every 10 years to review school processes, students, staff...

The California Aggie
This Week in Senate: April 17, 2014

Apr 24, 2014

ASUCD Vice President Maxwell Kappes presided over the senate meeting held on April 17 in the Mee Room on the third floor of the MU. The meeting was called to order at 6:15 p.m. Senate began with presentations by Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs Adela de la Torre and Associate Vice C hancellor Milton...

The California Aggie
Safety remains top priority in Picnic Day preparations

Apr 24, 2014

As the Davis campus and community prepared for the centennial Picnic Day, safety remained a top concern. The Picnic Day Unit under ASUCD prepared a large array of the usual festivities, including a scavenger hunt, parade, exhibits, fairs and more. The City of Davis, Picnic Day, ASUCD and the UC Davis Police Department (UCDPD)...

The Sacramento Bee
Apparent arson attempt closes Yolo courthouse

An apparent arson attempt briefly closed Yolo County’s main Woodland courthouse Wednesday morning as investigators sought leads into the overnight incident.



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