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Can You Help the Vanguard Reach Its Goal of $1500 in Donations?

Jan 29, 2015

In December, we did two things. We raised short-term money for a matching donation and we expanded our base of subscribers. Both of these fundraising efforts are critically important. The short-term money that we raised enabled us to pay our bills. The on-going subscriber money enables us to have more certainty about future funds....

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Davis Vanguard
Neighbors Remain Opposed to Latest Proposal For Paso Fino

Jan 29, 2015
Neighbors Remain Opposed to Latest Proposal For Paso Fino

Earlier this week, the Vanguard reported that the developers of Paso Fino have a new proposal that would leave in place eight units while preserving the greenbelt and keeping the Canary Island pine trees on public land. However, despite efforts by the developers to leave all the canary pines in place on public lands,...

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Prosecution Fails to Get Holding Order in Drug Sale Prelim

Jan 29, 2015
Prosecution Fails to Get Holding Order in Drug Sale Prelim

In what began as a routine drug possession for sale and transportation case took several odd turns that led Judge Richardson to deny a holding order on the sale and transportation charges for the main target of the investigation Jeremy Deaton. Agent Gary Richter, a Yolo County Sheriff’s Deputy working for YONET testified as...

Davis Vanguard
Child Molestation Case Opens in Yolo County

Child Molestation Case Opens in Yolo County

By Jackie Snyder and Lauren King Opening Arguments began today for the trial of Manuel Guzman. Guzman, a resident of Winters California, was accused of committing lewd and lascivious acts against a child under 14. Guzman was arrested after the victim made several incriminating statements about him, first to her mother (Guzman’s ex-girlfriend) and...

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Aloes, hurry up already!

Aloes, hurry up already!

Winter in the Sacramento Valley (USDA hardiness zone 9b; Sunset zone 14) is aloe time. Most aloes are winter bloomers and they grace us with their flowers when little else is in bloom.

Except this year my aloes are stuck in a state of suspended animation because of our weird weather. Usually...

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Davis Vanguard
The Davis Vanguard Provides a Vital Service to Our Community

Jan 28, 2015
The Davis Vanguard Provides a Vital Service to Our Community

The Vanguard has continued to play a critical role in bringing important community issues to light. Most recently we had the reader-submitted article on food sharing. Little did we realize the article on food sharing in Davis and the UC Davis students’ subsequent battle with the health department would resonate with our readers to...

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Davis Vanguard
Can School Choice Really Impact the School to Prison Pipeline?

Jan 28, 2015
Can School Choice Really Impact the School to Prison Pipeline?

Earlier this week, Gloria Romero, a former majority leader in the California Senate and director of the California Center for Parent Empowerment and RiShawn Biddle, editor of Dropout Nation, described as an “online outlet of education reform” put out the provocative idea in a Sacramento Bee op-ed that California can end the school-to-prison pipeline...

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Davis Vanguard
Did Authorities Miss Opportunity to Stop Child Killer?

Jan 28, 2015
Did Authorities Miss Opportunity to Stop Child Killer?

In the late night hours of January 22, 2014 in the parking lot of the Dutch Brother located at the corner of Richards Blvd and Olive Drive in Davis, police described how “a mother presented her 1 year old child to an AMR ambulance crew for treatment. The patient was unresponsive and appeared seriously...

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Davis Vanguard
Marching For Climate Change

Jan 28, 2015
Marching For Climate Change

by Michelle Millet On Saturday, Feb. 7, thousands of people are expected to take part in the March for Real Climate Leadership: Our Water, Our Health, Our California. The march, organized by a broad coalition of environmental groups across California, demands that Gov. Jerry Brown take real action against fracking. Californians Against Fracking, one...

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Attorney General Kamala D. Harris Issues Bulletin on Campus Sexual Assault and Safety

Jan 28, 2015

Attorney General Kamala D. Harris today issued an information bulletin to California law enforcement agencies, higher education administrators and campus security personnel, providing enforcement guidance on new and amended sexual assault and campus safety laws. The bulletin summarizes SB 967 (Senate pro Tempore Kevin de León, D-Los Angeles) and AB 1433 (Assemblymember Mike Gatto,...

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