Woodland Man Graduates from Mental Health Court

Woodland Man Graduates from Mental Health Court

Yolo County District Attorney Jeff Reisig announced today that on Monday September 25, 2017, 41-year-old Davis resident Gary Wight successfully graduated from Mental Health Court in Department Four of the Yolo County More »

Scripture, Service, and Being Sikh in West Sacramento

Scripture, Service, and Being Sikh in West Sacramento

The soaring white domes of the Sikh Temple of Sacramento, or “Gurdwara Sahib”, are a familiar sight to many West Sacramento residents. But for West Sacramento resident Parveen Kaur Tumber, the temple More »

West Sac heroes earn their capes:  Senator Dr. Richard Pan’s “Unsung Heroes” celebrated with awards at the State Capitol

West Sac heroes earn their capes: Senator Dr. Richard Pan’s “Unsung Heroes” celebrated with awards at the State Capitol

By Michele Townsend Twelve recipients (two of them from West Sacramento!) were awarded their hero capes and senatorial certificates in a small gathering on Tuesday, Sept. 26 at the State Capitol. Senator More »

 

Free: kids ‘play date’ at Raley Field

FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER ONLINE — APRIL 29, 2013 —

“Mommy & Me” is a periodic play date for kids at the Raley Field. There’s one on schedule for this Wednesday, 10 a.m. to noon.

Kids six and under are invited, along with their parents. There will be bounce houses, base-running, pictures with Dinger, snacks and more. Registration starts at 9 a.m.

For more information, see www.raleyfield.com.

Copyright News-Ledger 2013

RCHS player signs ‘letter of intent’

River City High senior Antonio Perea is front and center as he signs his “letter of intent” to accept a scholarship and play football at Dordt College in Iowa. He’s flanked by parents Teresa and Tony Perea. Behind him are (left to right) RCHS assistant football coaches Jimenez and Baker and head coach Steve DaPrato.

River City High senior Antonio Perea is front and center as he signs his “letter of intent” to accept a scholarship and play football at Dordt College in Iowa. He’s flanked by parents Teresa and Tony Perea. Behind him are (left to right) RCHS assistant football coaches Jimenez and Baker and head coach Steve DaPrato.

FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER — APRIL 24, 2013 —

River City High senior Antonio Perea has accepted a football scholarship at Dordt College in Iowa. Perea made 46 tackles for RCHS last season and assisted on 79, with five forced fumbles, three pass break-ups and an interception. At 5’ 9”, 170 pounds, he has plaid defensive back and linebacker and was an All-Metro honorable mention this season.

Currently, he plans to study criminal justice at the college.

Copyright News-Ledger 2013

Farmers Market has a start date

FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER — APRIL 24, 2013 —

Wondering when the West Sacramento Farmers Market is opening up for the season?

The market will return for the spring and summer months on Thursday, June 6, at a slightly different location on the 1100-block of West Capitol avenue, near the civic center. Watch the News-Ledger for final details about this year’s market.  Or visit the market (if you’re a Facebook member) here.

Copyright News-Ledger 2013

Earth Day in West Sacramento

earth day photo

FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER — APRIL 24, 2013 —

Earth Day festivities on Saturday, April 20,  at the West Sacramento Community Center included environmentally-related information booths, a bounce house and a visit from Radio Disney. Above, representative Merit Cutler of “Farm Fresh to You” in the Capay Valley (left) chats with a visitor to her table.  The festival, sponsored by the City of West Sacramento, was the first of its kind. Close to a hundred people were on hand when the News-Ledger dropped by on Saturday afternoon.
(News-Ledger photo)

 

  Do you like what you see here?

  You can support local journalism, support this website, and see all the News-Ledger’s articles every week! Subscribe to the News-Ledge newspaper. It’s only $20 per year within West Sacramento – once a week, delivered to your mailbox.

  You can even try it for free for two months if you live in West Sacramento. Just send your name and mailing address to FreeTrial@news-ledger.com (offer open to new subscribers in West Sacramento ZIP codes 95691 & 95605).

Copyright News-Ledger 2013