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Preliminary Hearing Begins in Woodland Bar Fight Murder

Preliminary Hearing Begins in Woodland Bar Fight Murder

By Sarah Abfalter A preliminary hearing was held Wednesday in the case Jeffrey Lemus. Lemus, 55, is being charged with murder in the December stabbing death of a man at Kenny’s Bar & Grill on East Street in Woodland. According to police testimony, around 8:45 pm on December 5th, 2015 Lemus fatally stabbed the...

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Davis Vanguard
Character Witnesses Attempt to Bolster Defense Case in Woodland Murder Trial

Oct 1, 2015
Character Witnesses Attempt to Bolster Defense Case in Woodland Murder Trial

by Antoinnette Borbon In testimony this morning, witnesses for the defense described Susan Hoskins as a woman who was loyal, trustworthy, law-abiding and honest “wouldn’t hurt a fly,” as one friend explained. Susan Hoskins is charged with pre-meditated murder of her estranged husband on the night of August 3rd, 2014. During the 911 call...

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45 Journal
The Back 40

Apr 2, 2015
The Back 40

Another view of the back field at Holland America Bulb Farm in Woodland, Washington.  The front fields include a self pick area and viewing field with labeled rows of each variety grown and sold here.  The back field is larger with thicker ba...

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Tulip Field Sunbreak

Mar 26, 2015
Tulip Field Sunbreak

Finally a break in this rain week we've been having! A sunny day was forecast, but the day started out pretty foggy which often happens here. Hoping for an early clearing, I drove to Woodland to check out Holland American Bulb Farm, which is quite a bi...

Davis Vanguard
Commentary: Does Davis Need to Be More Like Woodland?

Feb 5, 2015
Commentary: Does Davis Need to Be More Like Woodland?

There was an interesting and thought provoking column from John Mott-Smith this week and while the overall subject was “the city of Woodland and what it’s doing to increase energy efficiency, reduce greenhouse gas emissions and increase overall community sustainability,” the issues that Mr. Mott-Smith present go well beyond this specific issue. It gets...

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Cedar Creek Grist Mill

Dec 8, 2014
Cedar Creek Grist Mill

We headed up to Gifford Pinchot National Forest over the weekend to find the perfect Christmas tree as part of the National Forest Service holiday tree forest-thinning program.  Our drive up toward Mount St. Helens winds along the Cedar River, and...

Davis Vanguard
Vanguard Commentary: Sending Away MRAP, Doesn’t Mean We Can Borrow It

Dec 1, 2014
Vanguard Commentary: Sending Away MRAP, Doesn’t Mean We Can Borrow It

Last week the Vanguard learned that the MRAP had indeed left town and went to Woodland. The decision to bring the MRAP to Woodland was a 4-1 vote which differed sharply from the decision by the Davis City Council first made in August and reiterated in October. That is a choice and decision that...

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FOX40
Dozens of Cats Found inside Woodland Bedroom, Animal Cruelty Investigation Underway

Oct 2, 2014
Dozens of Cats Found inside Woodland Bedroom, Animal Cruelty Investigation Underway

WOODLAND- About 40 cats were found inside an enclosed bedroom Monday in Woodland, according to Yolo County Animal Services. Animal Services said it was hard to figure out the exact number of cats locked in the room because of several boxes that were stored in the room. Thirty-six cats, mostly adults, were taken away to...

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FOX40
CHP Officer Facing Domestic Abuse Allegations

Sep 5, 2014
CHP Officer Facing Domestic Abuse Allegations

WOODLAND- Woodland neighbors of California Highway Patrol Officer Armando Ortega are disappointed to hear the law man who lives next door is accused of abusing his wife. “Yeah, it’s pretty alarming,” neighbor Christie, who only wanted to give her first name, told FOX40. According to Woodland Police, Ortega was arrested last week on charges...

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Davis Vanguard
Update: Woodland Police Release Photo of the Knife, Identity of Victim

Aug 20, 2014
Update: Woodland Police Release Photo of the Knife, Identity of Victim

On early Monday morning, the Woodland Police shot and killed a 53 year old Jeffrey Towe after he allegedly attacked them with a knife. The police have now provided additional details of the incident. “The Woodland Police Department never wants to use deadly force in any situation.  However, during yesterday’s incident Officer Darryl Moore...

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