Nov 252011
 
Senator Garage celebrates 85 years

 NEWS-LEDGER — NOV 23, 2011 (published here with additional photos) The historic Senator Garage building at 521 C Street in northern West Sacramento celebrated its 85th birthday on Oct. 1 with a party. The occasion was also used to re-dedicate a plaque commemorating a local courthouse “somewhere” near that site in the mid-1800s, before the [...]

Nov 232011
 
Sneak peek at new county courthouse

 GUEST COMMENTARY From the Administrative Office of the Courts State of California Local government leaders received the first public preview of the design of the New Woodland Courthouse at last night’s city council meeting when Presiding Judge David Rosenberg of the Superior Court of Yolo County and officials from the Administrative Office of the Courts [...]

Nov 112011
 

  NEWS-LEDGER/From the Yolo Co.  Library – The Yolo County Library is hosting presentations from the UCD Family Protection and Legal Assistance Clinic on anti-cyberbullying at several branch libraries through November.  One remaining presentation is scheduled for Wednesday, November 16, 6:00 – 7:30 p.m.  Mary L. Stephens Davis Branch Library in Davis. These presentations will [...]

Nov 012011
 

  NEWS-LEDGER — OCT 26, 2011 The Yolo County chapter of Habitat for Humanity plans an Indian dinner and silent auction fundraiser at 6 p.m. on Sat., Nov. 12, at St. James Catholic Church, 1275 B Street in Davis. The event will support home renovation projects in the Bryte and Broderick neighbhorhoods of West Sacramento. [...]

Oct 302011
 

By Christian Sandrock, MD, MPH Yolo County Health Officer I was having coffee at the hospital a few weeks ago and overheard colleagues at the next table talking about the influenza vaccination that is mandatory for all health care workers.  “I have never been sick a day in my life,” one said.  “I don’t see [...]

Oct 232011
 

NEWS-LEDGER – OCT 12, 2011 – Steve Marschke, News-Ledger Editor    Yolo County will run a “pilot” program for the state testing out the process of holding all-mail ballots, where polling stations are all but phased out of the election process. In August, Governor Jerry Brown signed AB 413, a bill authored by Assemblymember Mariko Yamada [...]