Mar 222014
 

FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER — MARCH 19, 2014 – From River City High School After dropping the season opener to visiting Cosumnes Oaks 6 to 3, the River City High School tennis team reeled off four straight wins last week.  A 9 to 1 win over Amador started the streak as boys singles players Alan Tern [...]

Mar 202014
 

NEWS-LEDGER ONLINE – March 20, 2014 – A West Sacramento man died in jail custody yesterday, apparently of suicide. Captain Larry Cecchetini of the Yolo County Sheriff’s Department said 33-year old inmate Nitesh Raj Singh had been in custody at the Woodland facility since March 6 on domestic violence charges. Singh was found in distress [...]

Mar 192014
 
Days are numbered for I Street Bridge

FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER — MARCH 12, 2014 – Plans to replace the 103-year old I Street Bridge continue to march forward. West Sacramento’s city council voted March 5  to approve an agreement with Sacramento to move forward with preliminary engineering on a new bridge to be sited just a little to the north of the [...]

Mar 182014
 
Raider girls win their home tourney

FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER — MARCH 12, 2014 – River City High School’s girls soccer team won its “Raider Cup Classic” tournament held Feb. 28 and March 1. The rainy-weekend victory came over 11 visiting varsity teams from Summerville to Nevada Union. The Raiders faced Armijo High in the finals on Saturday. It was a game [...]

Mar 172014
 
Bridge and water plant get new names: local civic leaders are honored

FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER — MARCH 12, 2014 – A couple of key pieces of West Sacramento infrastructure were officially named after local leaders last week. The names were approved by the West Sacramento City Council on Wednesday for: –  “The George Kristoff Water Plant,” formerly known as the Bryte Bend Water Treatment plant. This facility [...]

Mar 142014
 

By Steve Marschke News-Ledger Editor West Sacramento police joined an FBI “Safe Streets Task Force” and other agencies to serve arrest warrants last week on four “known Norteno street gang members” for sale of methamphetamine and other criminal activity, according to Lieutenant Tod Sockman of the W.S.P.D. The warrants were served at about 7 a.m. [...]