Steve Marschke

Steve Marschke

Apr 052014
 
Former cop to serve life in prison

NEWS-LEDGER ONLINE – APRIL 5, 2014 –   Disgraced former West Sacramento Police Officer Sergio Alvarez will spend the rest of his life in prison. He was sentenced Friday to a sentence of “205 years to life” for sexually assaulting a number of women while on patrol on the city’s streets.   Prosecutors say he [...]

Apr 052014
 

NEWS-LEDGER — MARCH 26, 2014 By Steve Marschke News-Ledger Editor Several new businesses are open – or almost open – in West Sacramento.  Here are a few that caught our eye: “The Brewmeister” has opened a shop for home beer and wine makers, at 1409 Shore Street in West Sacramento. It’s one of three “Brewmeister” [...]

Apr 042014
 

FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER — MARCH 26, 2014 – Several basketball players from River City High School have been honored as “all league” selections of the Sierra Valley Conference for their winter-season sports performance. In boys basketball, the all-league honorees are Mike Briscoe, Richard DeSilva, Jalen Davis and Xaxier Francois. In girls basketball, selections were led [...]

Apr 032014
 
Sandeen is new West Sac council member

NEWS-LEDGER ONLINE — APRIL 3, 2014 – The West Sacramento City Council last night selected Beverly “Babs” Sandeen to fill the seat vacated when councilman Oscar Villegas left to serve on the Yolo County Board of Supervisors. The vote was 4-0 and came after the council interviewed six finalists from among a field of 25 [...]

Apr 022014
 

NEWS-LEDGER — APRIL 2, 2014 – By Steve Marschke News-Ledger Editor The West Sacramento City Council is on track to fill a vacant seat on the council tonight. Mayor Christopher Cabaldon and Mayor Pro Tem Mark Johannessen have winnowed a list of 25 applicants into a short list of six “finalists,” invited to interview at [...]

Apr 022014
 
West Sac Lowe's cited in settlement after wide investigation on hazardous waste

NEWS-LEDGER ONLINE — APRIL 2, 2014 – The office of Yolo County District Attorney Jeff Reisig today announced that the State of California — along with 32 counties and two cities — has obtained an $18.1 million settlement with Lowe’s Home Centers after investigators found the stores had been illegally disposing of hazardous materials. The [...]