Picnic Day impacts the entire community
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Picnic Day impacts the entire community

As Picnic Day approaches, local businesses prepare for students, families and alumni to swarm the…

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California bill may ban helium-filled metallic balloons
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California bill may ban helium-filled metallic balloons

California became the first state to ban helium-filled metallic balloons under a bill unanimously approved…

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Wolk introduces oil spill reform bills
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Wolk introduces oil spill reform bills

Turmoil continues at D-Q University
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Turmoil continues at D-Q University

080411_ci_DQagain.CHeadline: Turmoil continues at D-Q UniversityLayercake: Trustees, students at impasse on school’s futureBy JEREMY OGULAggie…

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POLICE BRIEFS
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POLICE BRIEFS

TUESDAY Tempted by the fruit of another Unknown suspect entered residence and removed food products…

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“It Only Takes a Minute” campaign to raise child abuse prevention awareness
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“It Only Takes a Minute” campaign to raise child abuse prevention awareness

On Apr. 1, the Yolo County Board of Supervisors commenced Child Abuse Prevention Month with…

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Assemblyman of California proposes tax on digital downloads
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Assemblyman of California proposes tax on digital downloads

California Representative Charles Calderon introduced Assembly Bill 1956 to the Board of Equalization on Feb.…

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Delta smelt could cause dry summer
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Delta smelt could cause dry summer

Despite average precipitation this year, Californians might be experiencing a water shortage. As snow melts…

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Class-action lawsuit puts Apple under the microscope
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Class-action lawsuit puts Apple under the microscope

On Mar. 31, a lawsuit was filed against the Apple Corporation for allegedly deceiving the…

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Climate Action Team completes greenhouse gas inventory
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Climate Action Team completes greenhouse gas inventory

hat if someone told you that you were emitting hundreds of thousands of tons of…

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Debate continues over medical marijuana ID cards
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Debate continues over medical marijuana ID cards

While Proposition 215, passed by California voters in 1996, allows patients to possess and cultivate…

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New solar-powered hydrogen refueling station opens in Sacramento
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New solar-powered hydrogen refueling station opens in Sacramento

The Sacramento Municipal Utility Districtunveiled a new solar-powered hydrogen refueling station on S Street on…

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POLICE BRIEFS
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POLICE BRIEFS

FRIDAY The Harder They Come Two subjects were seen smoking marijuana on F Street.  …

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Allergy season causing endless sniffing and sneezing
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Allergy season causing endless sniffing and sneezing

t's that dreadful time of year already - allergy season. According to the National Allergy…

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Correction
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Correction

In the Apr. 3 article "The Pepper Peddler pedals bike-roasted coffee," it stated "Planning a…

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