Jul 282014
 

FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER — JULY 23, 2014 – Two West Sacramento school board seats, two city council seats, and the mayor’s position will all be on the ballot on November 4. The filing period for challengers interested in these office is underway. It ends on August 8. City offices up for election are those held [...]

Jul 182014
 

FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER — JULY 23, 2014 – Two West Sacramento school board seats, two city council seats, and the mayor’s position will all be on the ballot on November 4. The filing period for challengers interested in these office is underway. It ends on August 8. City offices up for election are those held [...]

Mar 012014
 
For CHiPs, the path starts here

NEWS-LEDGER — FEB 19, 2014 – By Thomas Farley News-Ledger Correspondent “Safety, Service, Security”: that’s the motto of the California Highway Patrol. The men and women officers who uphold that motto begin their careers right here in West Sacramento. Located on 457 acres off of Reed Avenue in the city’s northwest, the present CHP Academy [...]

Nov 062013
 
Can you clean up a criminal record? New Yolo County program helps some who can

NEWS-LEDGER — OCT 30, 2013 – From the County of Yolo Yolo County Public Defender Tracie Olson announces the launch of the Record Mitigation and Community Reintegration Clinic.  The result of a collaboration between the Public Defender’s Office and the University of California, Davis, School of Law, the clinic will help rehabilitated offenders clean up [...]

Aug 272013
 

FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER – Sacramento Republic FC will hold player tryouts on Oct. 5-6 and Oct. 19-20 at the Davis Legacy Soccer Complex on the frontage road near Davis. Players 18 and up will receive “full evaluation” from Republic FC coaching staff. Lunch and a T-shirt provided. $200 registration fee for each tryout. Pre-register online; [...]

Jun 232013
 
Learn more about foster parenting: workshop on Tuesday in West Sacramento

FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER — June 19, 2013 – West Sacramentans are invited to learn more about becoming a foster parent. “Most people have a false impression of foster children,” reported Cherie Schroeder of the Foster & Kinship Care Education Program at Woodland Community College. “They are kids who at no fault of their own are [...]