NEWS-LEDGER ONLINE — OCT 12, 2012 – Tony Savala, the “at risk” 73-year old reported missing today in West Sacramento, has been located, reports Sgt. Nathan Steele of the West Sacramento Police Department.
WEST SACRAMENTO NEWS-LEDGER ONLINE — OCT 12, 2012 – West Sacramento police are looking for help finding a 73-year old man suffering from dementia. According to Sgt. Nathan Steele of the police department: “On 10-12-12 the West Sacramento Police Department received a report of an at risk 73 year old missing male. The missing person [...]
FROM THE WEST SACRAMENTO NEWS-LEDGER — OCT 10, 2012 – West Sacramento’s Elena Villegas (second from right) was part of a group that met with Governor Jerry Brown on Sept. 29 to promote keeping the state’s community colleges affordable to students. Brown is pictured at the left front. Villegas is a community college student active [...]
FROM THE WEST SACRAMENTO NEWS-LEDGER – You’re invited to “open house” at Fire Station 45 in Southport, on Lake Washington Blvd. just east of Jefferson, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sat., Oct. 13. There will be a kids’ jump house, face painting, equipment demonstrations, car seat checks, blood pressure checks, a chance to [...]
NEWS-LEDGER ONLINE — OCT 10, 2012 – The River City Rowing Club in West Sacramento is hosting 19 rowing clubs from throughout California for a series of 5- kilometer rowing races on Sunday, October 14, from 8:00 a.m. to noon at the River City Rowing Club in the Port of West Sacramento. The competitive races [...]
FROM THE WEST SACRAMENTO NEWS-LEDGER — OCT 10, 2012 – Yolo County spokeswoman Beth Gabor announced that a West Sacramento man was jailed for a child support issue. On the afternoon of September 25, Keith Michael Reese, Sr. was remanded into custody for violation of an order to seek work regarding his child support case. [...]
Following are a couple of letters-to-the-editor received by the West Sacramento News-Ledger recently. They are from the newspaper’s Sept. 19 and Oct. 3 editions, respectively. The News-Ledger is West Sacramento’s weekly, longstanding hometown paper. Cell phone abuse Everyday I see more and more motorists brazenly texting or talking on their cellphones. Either they [...]