Tony’s Wild Game Feed is a tradition that is becoming epic to say the least.
While the feed used to only happen once a year, the demand for wild game concoctions has grown – spawning several of the gatherings throughout the seasons. This year’s August installment was quite special, as is any regular visit to Tony’s.
Sacramento River Delta Grown Passport Weekend
showcases region’s produce
Give Robert and Margaret Gould credit.
The couple discovered the Delta’s special qualities long before they retired to Folsom three years ago. For nearly a decade – dating back to when they lived in Clayton, the Goulds regularly visited the region, always looking forward to “really
Bouldin Island sprayed with chemicals; causes damage to crops
When a “drift” occurs from spraying chemicals on vegetation – it can go a long way.
That was unfortunately the case in mid-May, when Alpine Helicopter Service was contracted through Semitropic Water Storage District to kill off remaining vegetation growing on Bouldin Island and Webb Tract. The chemicals were allegedly
Though not widely known about in other parts of California, the Portuguese Festival of the Holy Ghost is a day of considerable pomp in Northern California cities like Sausalito, Half Moon Bay, Santa Cruz and - as its residents can attest - Rio Vista.
The celebration dates back to the late 13th century and a then
In an effort to crack down on unlicensed contractor work in the state of California, Assemblymember Jim Frazier is teaming with the Contractors State License Board to host a Senior Scam Stopper Seminar in Suisun City on Friday, August 8 from 9:30-11 a.m. at the Suisun City Senior Center.
Rallying cry against the tunnels reaches all-time high
As the final day for public comment on the Bay Delta Conservation Plan (BDCP) comes to a close, Delta advocates, environmental groups, legislators and residents of the West Coast’s largest estuary came out in force at the State Capitol to protest Gov. Jerry Brown’s twin peripheral tunnels proposal.
This year’s Pear Fair, the 42nd of it’s kind proved to be another monumental hit. With contributions from the entire Courtland community and beyond, attendees were in for a day of laughs, fun, camaraderie and plenty of good food and drink.
The Pear Lady was on hand of course, along with this year’s Pear Queens,
Senator Lois Wolk has continued in her fight to protect the Delta like never before- authoring SB848, which made it through a rigorous test to be the water bond proposed by the legislature to replace the current bond slated for the November ballot, Proposition 43.
Isleton looks at a cannabis dispensary at former bank location
The proposal of a medical cannabis dispensary in Isleton has risen yet again.
When Delta Allied Growers proposed a massive cannabis grow facility in 2011, residents were split on the issue – but the city ultimately approved the plans to go ahead with the facility. As the project neared fruition, the Sacramento
Frazier hosts invasive weeds forum in Discovery Bay
11th District Assemblymember Jim Frazier (D-Oakley) coordinated an impressive panel of federal and state experts over a solid month to address the growing concerns expressed by numerous residents of Discovery Bay by providing facts, innovations and recommendations for working with the community in the management of invasive weeds.
Rio Vista’s first major building construction in the downtown area in over 20 years was recently completed. The McCormack Building – an added section next door to the Bank of Rio Vista has provided hope that growth can happen downtown.
The historic feat was achieved by a wide array of Rio Vistans, ranging from