NEWS-LEDGER ONLINE — FEB 6, 2012 – On Friday, the River City High School boys’ basketball squads faced Liberty Ranch Hawks, and River City came away with a win in each division. Final Scores: Freshmen: 65-56 (W), junior varsity: 56-52 (W), and varsity: 53-47 (W). High scorers for the River City jayvees were Mike Briscoe [...]
NEWS-LEDGER — JAN 25, 2012 From PG&E Be prepared for power outages year-round: · Have battery-operated flashlights and radios with fresh batteries ready. Listen for updates on storm conditions and power outages. · If you have a telephone system that requires electricity to work, such as a cordless phone or answering machine, plan to have [...]
NEWS-LEDGER — JAN 25, 2012 – Evidently, the Internet is not a fad. Americans, like those in much of the rest of the world, are getting more and more entwined in the world wide web as the years go by. They use the web not only from desktop computers at home, but while on the [...]
FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER – Tattered or worn American flags will be retired with “proper pomp and ceremony” on Feb. 25 at the West Plainfield Fire Station, 24901 C.R. 95 in Davis at 9 a.m. Drop off your old flags at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8762, 905 Drever St., West Sacramento. The public is [...]
BY DARYL FISHER — NEWS-LEDGER, FEB 1, 2012 – EDITOR’S NOTE: Daryl’s column, ‘My Back Pages,’ appears weekly in the print edition of the News-Ledger. We hope you will consider subscribing to see it regularly. There appears to be a really nasty winter flu bug going around and most of my family and friends [...]
FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER – On Wednesday, Jan. 25, River City High School Wrestling team held their first home wrestling match vs Union Mine. River City Lost the match 38-36.Their final home match of the season was scheduled for yesterday against El Dorado, when the team was to celebrate “senior night.” (Facebook members can find up-to-the-minute [...]
FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER – The West Sacramento Friends of the Library plan an “Everybody has a Heritage” event beginning at 11:30 a.m. on Feb. 4 at the library, 1212 Merkley Avenue. Organizers plan a fun event with music and dancing from different cultures, centering around reading and literature. School-age children and their parents are invited.