Jan 062014
 

NEWS-LEDGER ONLINE — JAN 6, 2014 – A man is in custody after an incident Sunday evening in which he allegedly fled from an attempted traffic stop, then pointed a gun at a sheriff’s deputy and rammed his patrol car. According to Yolo County spokesman Mark Persons, the events unfolded last night after a Yolo [...]

Mar 182013
 

FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER, MARCH 13, 2013 – By Steve Marschke News-Ledger Editor A mistake by a PG&E work crew led to overpressurization of a business customer’s gas line in January. The utility company filed a mandatory “non-compliance report” about the incident with the California Public Utilities Commission, but local fire officials told the News-Ledger the [...]

Dec 072012
 
Buy a gift for a senior citizen in need

FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER — DEC 5, 2012 – Visit the Raley’s supermarket this weekend, and volunteers from River City High School will help you brighten the holidays for a local senior citizen. The “senior gift program” is sponsored by the West Sacramento Rotary Club, reports the Rotary’s Charyl Silva. Seniors at the Eskaton Woodrow Wilson [...]

Mar 052012
 

COMMENTS & TIPS FROM PG&E According to weather forecasts, a storm will hit the PG&E service territory beginning tonight, with an extended period of gusty northwest winds. Those locations vulnerable to northwest wind, including the Sacramento Valley, will likely see significant wind related outages. The storm will also bring much colder temperatures, snow levels down [...]

Feb 232012
 
School board items include discussion of whether to re-approve charter school

FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER — FEB 22, 2012 – The local school board will meet Thursday at 6 p.m. at city hall to discuss a variety of issues, including the “roller coaster ride” in the district’s budget resulting from a troubled state budget. The Washington Unified School District is planning another round of reductions. Also on [...]