Nov 092012
 
Democrats honor John Ohlson

FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER — NOV 7, 2012 – The local River City Democratic Club presented West Sacramento’s John Ohlson with a plaque and a cake last month, in honor of his decades of service to the party’s work. “Others deserve it more,” Ohlson commented at the presentation. He and his late wife, Grace Ohlson, have [...]

Nov 092012
 

FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER NEWSPAPER – The Food Bank of Yolo County plans to distribute 1,500 free Thanksgiving Meals this year. Distribution in West Sacramento will be on Nov. 17. Sign up by today — Friday, Nov. 9 — by calling (530) 668-0648.   Those who sign up too late for the Thanksgiving meals will automatically [...]

Nov 082012
 

FROM THE NEWS–LEDGER — NOV 7, 2012 – Supermarket workers at Raleys called a strike on Sunday, and picket lines formed among the 128 stores in the chain — including West Sacramento’s on West Capitol Avenue. It is the first strike in the company’s 77-year history. The company is based in West Sacramento, with a [...]

Nov 072012
 
RCHS soccer ends with a win

FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER — OCT 31, 2012 – By Jorden Wusstig RCHS Journalism Class & Soccer Team Member After a well fought season and a solid fourth-place league finish, the final game came and went for River City boys soccer. October 25th was the last game for RCHS seniors Manuel Moreno, Graviel Muniz, Alejandro Castro, [...]

Nov 052012
 
$375 for a ticket to a nose-bleed seat?

FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER — OCT 31, 2012 – BY DARYL FISHER   Note: This column was written the day after game one of this year’s World Series, when actually winning the World Series still seemed like a long shot to me and many other Northern California baseball fans of the San Francisco Giants. It sure [...]

Nov 052012
 

FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER NEWSPAPER – The City of West Sacramento may give you two large, 15-gallon trees and stakes for planting at your home. 10 species to choose from. To qualify, you must attend one of the upcoming tree planting workshops scheduled for Nov. 7, Jan. 9 or March 6. Call 617-4620. Copyright News-Ledger 2012