NEWS-LEDGER – SEPT 28, 2011 – The Yolo County Library now subscribes to a new reading program that can be accessed by parents, teachers and children from home. “Scholastic BookFlix” pairs classic video storybooks with related nonfiction eBooks. There are Spanish-language versions of some pairings. For information, visit www.yolocountylibrary.org.
River City High School’s volleyball squad took on El Dorado on Sept. 19. The Raider frosh won their match 2-1, while the RCHS varsity and junior varsity each dropped their matches to El Dorado (3-0 and 2-0, respectively). All three Raider squads dropped their matches to Union Mine on Monday, but they will regroup [...]
NEWS-LEDGER – SEPT. 28, 2011 By Steve Marschke News-Ledger Editor The U.S. Secretary of Agriculture paid a call on West Sacramento on Monday morning, as part of a White House effort to push for passage of the president’s “American Jobs Act” stimulus proposal. Secretary Tom Vilsack joined a handful of leaders from the region for [...]
Join the annual “444 Golf Tournament” on Oct. 13 at Wildhorse in Davis. The event helps fill the coffers of the West Sacramento Foundation, which awards grant money to nonprofits serving West Sacramento. $600/foursome or $150/person. Sponsorships available. Call Joe Goeden, 719-9739; Charlie Moore, 417-5623, or visit www.westsacfoundation.org.
Sept. 30, 2011 Welcome to WestSac.com! But do you know what it is? WestSac.com is a brand-new “sister” website to that of the News-Ledger, West Sacramento’s local paper since 1964. But WestSac.com is designed to be something very different. WestSac.com is a “town hall” for the city of West Sacramento. Here, you’ll find not only [...]
NEWS-LEDGER – SEPT 28, 2011 – Larry Brooks, West Sacramento’s code enforcement officer, reminds the public that the rules regarding holding a garage sale in West Sacramento changed in 2009. The city council had adopted an ordinance it hoped would limit the blight of homemade signs and inconvenience to neighbors posed by some households which [...]