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Yolo County Neighborhood Court Program receives $1.9 million grant

Yolo County Neighborhood Court Program receives $1.9 million grant

Grant to expand program to Woodlands, West Sacramento over the next three years On Feb. 12 The Yolo County District Attorney (DA) Office received a $1.95 million grant to expand the Neighborhood Court Program to neighboring cities Woodland and West Sacramento. The grant, called the Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grants, will be awarded...

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Yolo County Neighborhood Court Program receives $1.9 million grant

Yolo County Neighborhood Court Program receives $1.9 million grant

Grant to expand program to Woodland, West Sacramento over the next three years On Feb. 12 The Yolo County District Attorney (DA) Office received a $1.95 million grant to expand the Neighborhood Court Program to neighboring cities Woodland and West Sacramento. The grant, called the Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grants, will be awarded...

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City-wide food scraps collection program projected to start in 2016

City-wide food scraps collection program projected to start in 2016

New organics collection program stirs up interest On Feb. 25 the Veterans Memorial Center, located at 203 East 14th Street, hosted a community meeting regarding the proposed Davis city-wide food scraps collection. The city-wide program, projected to start at the end of 2016, would give single-family residential customers a 95-gallon organics cart that would...

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Uncontested election fails to attract voters

Incoming senators hope to increase future student participation Less than three percent of UC Davis undergraduates voted in the 2015 ASUCD Winter Election that took place the week of Feb. 16. The elections website reveals that 792 students voted for at least one senate candidate, and 730 voted for the only presidential ticket. Out...

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Police Brief: Week of 2/21-2/26

Police Brief: Week of 2/21-2/26

Our little town of Davis never sleeps and the Davis police department is there to keep the peace. The following are the most entertaining bits of police activity in Davis. Saturday, Feb 21 Take a ride with me 9:25 a.m.: Loitering man asked the reporting person how to unlock a bike; she informed the...

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Pilot program proposed to measure the effectiveness of crisis nurseries

Pilot program proposed to measure the effectiveness of crisis nurseries

Organizers hope validation of pilot program accrues more state funding On Feb. 19 a bill that would implement a pilot program, measuring the effectiveness of the Yolo County and Sacramento County crisis nurseries in preventing child abuse for children aged zero to five-years-old, was introduced to the Senate Committee on Human Services. Yolo Crisis...

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Congregation Bet Haverim hosts an end-of-life forum

Support for end-of-life act from different perspectives On Feb. 17 Congregation Bet Haverim hosted their second end-of-life forum at their North Classroom, located at 1715 Anderson Road. While the first end-of-life forum focused on a program called Five Wishes, this one focused on Senate Bill 128. SB 128 introduced on Jan. 20 by Senator...

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Second police community forum held

Police, students discuss campus issues On Feb. 18, UC Davis students and the UC Davis Police Department held the year’s second community forum titled “Problems, Processes, and Procedures.” This forum aimed to discuss external and internal procedures when police officers interact or have contact with students. This was the second forum in a student-initiated...

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Progressive Business Exchange hosts keynote speaker council member Brett Lee

Davis city council member Brett Lee spoke at a gathering put on by the Progressive Business Exchange of Davis on Feb. 4. The speech given by Lee concentrated on some of the challenges currently facing the city of Davis. Affordable housing and parking were the two issues discussed most. Lee revealed an affordable housing...

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Congregation Bet Haverim hosts end-of-life workshop

Feb 17, 2015

On Sunday, Congregation Bet Haverim hosted a “Five Wishes” workshop on end-of-life wishes at their Social Hall, located at 1715 Anderson Road. This workshop is meant to give individuals, 18 years or older, the opportunity to create “the first living will with a heart and soul,” according to the Five Wishes workbook. Five Wishes...

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