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Dining News: Coriander Savory Vietnamese Food to Open in East Sacramento April 24

Apr 9, 2014

Coriander Savory Vietnamese Food, which replaces Midtown Deli at Alhambra Blvd and S Street, will open on April 24 at 4 p.m., it announced on its Facebook page. On its Web site, this is how Coriander describes its concept: Vietnamese...

The Sacramento Bee
Bill would have FDA decide on labeling genetically modified food

Bill would have FDA decide on labeling genetically modified food

Kansas Rep. Mike Pompeo is pushing a bill in Congress that would shift responsibility for any labeling of genetically modified foods to the hands of the federal government, potentially stopping the efforts underway in many states to mandate labels on ...

TechWire
Senate Oversight Hearing on IT Procurement and Implementation Set for Thursday

Apr 9, 2014
Senate Oversight Hearing on IT Procurement and Implementation Set for Thursday

The Senate Budget Subcommittee No. 4 on State Administration and General Government on Thursday will hold an oversight hearing on IT procurement and implementation. On the agenda is Dr. Rosio... Read more »

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Foothill Agrarian
Drought Update – April 10, 2014

Apr 9, 2014
Drought Update – April 10, 2014

Yesterday afternoon, I helped our local farm advisors, Roger Ingram and Cindy Fake, install matrix blocks in an irrigated pasture that we graze here in Auburn.  The matrix blocks allow us to track soil moisture - and to time our irrigation accordi...

California Rice Commission
New: The impact of drought in the Sacramento Valley

New: The impact of drought  in the Sacramento Valley

Questions and answers about the expected impact of drought on farms, communities and the environment north of Sacramento.Find out more

TechWire
SF Bay Area duo hopes to move tech to right of political spectrum

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Apr 9, 2014
SF Bay Area duo hopes to move tech to right of political spectrum

Joe Garofoli, McClatchy News Service There’s long been a disconnect between Silicon Valley and the conservative political world. Right-leaning political campaigns have struggled to embrace new technologies, and many right-leaning... Read more »

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TechWire
Is California reversing course on government transparency?

Apr 9, 2014
Is California reversing course on government transparency?

A California appeals court ruled last month that emails and other forms of electronic communication about public business are not subject to the state’s Public Records Act if they’re conducted... Read more »

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TechWire
Uber, Google Ventures to cruise for startup ideas

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Apr 9, 2014
Uber, Google Ventures to cruise for startup ideas

Carolyn Said, McClatchy News Service It’s “Silicon Valley” meets “Shark Tank” and “Cash Cab.” On Wednesday, folks with plans for The Next Big Thing have a shot at a one-on-one... Read more »

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TechWire
S.J. Partnership sees increasing business growth

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Apr 9, 2014
S.J. Partnership sees increasing business growth

Reed Fujii, McClatchy News Service The San Joaquin Partnership had a pretty good year in 2013, but this year should be even better as the slow economic recovery begins to... Read more »

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The Sacramento Bee
Judge spares one defendant, punishes another in SK Foods corruption case

Judge spares one defendant, punishes another in SK Foods corruption case

One defendant was sent home to care for his ailing wife, despite prosecutors insisting he deserved prison; the other was sentenced to a three-year prison term over the objections of the same prosecutors, who said he deserved less. SK Foods Presid...



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