Nov 242014
 
Consider new West Sac news, radio & internet nonprofit in your giving plans

Preserve the legacy. Make sure West Sacramento is served by a first-class local newspaper and information source for decades to come. A West Sacramento nonprofit group has tasked itself with creating a unique community-run news organization. The new organization will use print media, radio and the internet to serve this community into the future. It [...]

Nov 232014
 

NEWS-LEDGER — NOV 19, 2014 – A West Sacramento woman is dead after an incident that started on Yolo Street. The following information comes direct and unconfirmed from police reports; the News-Ledger was not immediately able to get additional details: Sometime before 10:45 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 15, 40-year old Christina Lynn Munoz was in [...]

Nov 222014
 
RCHS athletes sign 'letters of intent'

NEWS-LEDGER — NOV 19, 2014 – Two student-athletes from River City high School signed their ‘letters of intent’ to commit to a particular college and its sports program in a ceremony on campus on Friday. Ashlend Rodiguez will attend the University of West Alabama to play softball next fall.  Aliyah Brantley will go to Menlo [...]

Nov 212014
 

FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER — NOV 19, 2014 – The West Sacramento Community Giveaway Day returns this Saturday, Nov. 22, from 8-11 a.m. at Westfield Village Elementary School, 508 Poplar Avenue. About 400 families will receive free food (a Thanksgiving dinner), clothing, blankets, toys and other items. Supplies may exceed demand. The event is sponsored by [...]

Nov 202014
 
Governor Brown visits Evergreen Avenue temple in West Sac

NEWS-LEDGER — NOV 19, 2014 – Governor Jerry Brown visited the Sacramento Sikh Temple in West Sacramento on Sunday, in an event coordinated with a State Assembly Resolution promoting awareness and appreciation of Sikh members of the community. “We don’t have to look the same,” Brown told the morning congregation. “We don’t have to think [...]