Yolo County moves to ‘moderate’ orange tier
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Yolo County moves to ‘moderate’ orange tier

As Yolo County moves forward with reopening, local businesses are able to provide county residents…

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Youth summer recreation guide released by City of Davis
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Youth summer recreation guide released by City of Davis

Both in-person and online recreation camps will be offered as the program adapts to COVID-19…

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City of Davis plans Climate Action and Adaptation Plan Update to reach 2040 net carbon neutrality
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City of Davis plans Climate Action and Adaptation Plan Update to reach 2040 net carbon neutrality

Yolo County also creates a Draft Sustainability Plan to work toward a more sustainable future…

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City of Davis passes resolution condemning anti-Asian violence
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City of Davis passes resolution condemning anti-Asian violence

UC Davis professor explains that local resolutions express solidarity After Yolo County passed a resolution…

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Yolo County Office of Education holds annual education forum
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Yolo County Office of Education holds annual education forum

Superintendents and teachers work to provide quality educations despite pandemic challenges The Yolo County Office…

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Healthy Davis Together opens new COVID-19 testing center in South Davis
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Healthy Davis Together opens new COVID-19 testing center in South Davis

Screening for COVID-19 variants and testing Davis wastewater are also under way On March 1,…

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Yolo County moves to red tier, reducing restrictions for indoor services
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Yolo County moves to red tier, reducing restrictions for indoor services

Local businesses and community centers balance efforts to reopen indoors and safety concerns On Feb.…

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Yolobus offers free transit to COVID-19 vaccination appointments
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Yolobus offers free transit to COVID-19 vaccination appointments

Anyone can ride for free with proof of a vaccination appointment from March 1 to…

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Police logs
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Police logs

Someone get these birds under control! February 19 “Driving recklessly in golf cart.” February 20…

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Nontraditional Davis kitchens and bakeries find their niche
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Nontraditional Davis kitchens and bakeries find their niche

Some food providers have adapted to a new delivery-based model amid the pandemic Several Davis…

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Yolo County adopts resolution on Feb. 23 that condemns anti-Asian violence
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Yolo County adopts resolution on Feb. 23 that condemns anti-Asian violence

Growing calls for the City of Davis to institute own resolution are prompted by recent…

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City of Sacramento to receive $31.7 million to help low-income residents pay rent
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City of Sacramento to receive $31.7 million to help low-income residents pay rent

The pandemic has caused many households to experience losses of income and jobs, potentially putting…

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Yolo County vaccine distribution extended to frontline workers
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Yolo County vaccine distribution extended to frontline workers

The expansion ramps up efforts to vaccinate BIPOC residents in Yolo County As of Feb.…

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Yolo Community Foundation offers scholarships to support high school seniors
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Yolo Community Foundation offers scholarships to support high school seniors

Scholarship donor wants to help alleviate financial burdens for college students Sacramento Region Community Foundation…

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Davis biotech company Marrone Bio Innovations offers new biopesticide product
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Davis biotech company Marrone Bio Innovations offers new biopesticide product

 New biopesticide performing well in Midwest field trials on corn and soybeans On Feb. 8,…

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