Garamendi; Logue square off in Dixon candidate Q&A forum
It’s election time once again.
Wednesday, October 8 at Dixon City Hall, the Dixon Governmental Affairs Committee and Dixon District Chamber of Commerce hosted the last in a series of candidate night forums – this time a platform for both incumbent of the 3rd
One of the keystone events in the Delta returned over the weekend.
Purported to be the longest, continuous running fishing contest in the United States, the 67th Annual Bass Derby took place Friday-Sunday. Each year, a couple thousand anglers and their boats flood into Delta waterways hoping to land the striped
67th Rio Vista Bass Derby and Festival’s tradition continues
It wasn’t all about fishing in Rio Vista over the weekend.
Sure, the 67th Annual Bass Derby provided the thrust behind a number of area events, but you didn’t need to bring your tackle box to enjoy the fun. Sunday’s crowning of a champion on the water also brought with it a crescendo on
Rio Vista resident accused of stealing over $1,000,000 in
Rio Vista resident accused of stealing over $1,000,000 in medical supplies
ANTIOCH - On October 6 at approximately 6:20 p.m., Antioch Police Department Detectives arrested 23-year old Gary Lee Childress of Rio Vista for the embezzlement of up to $1,000,000 worth of various medical equipment and
Delta Wine and Art Faire supports fight against Leukemia
Old Sugar Mill continued its bevy of activities on Sunday, October 5 with the Delta Wine and Art Faire presented by Carvalho Family Winery. More than 100 artists turned out, displaying paintings, sculptures, mosaics, quilts, pottery, and other crafts. At least four times as many attended the event, proceeds of which went to the Leukemia Society.
The Blessing of the Animals is a special ceremony in Rio Vista.
An age-old tradition, blessing of the animals provides an opportunity for residents to worship with the creatures that humans love. Held in Bruning Park, dozens of dogs gathered to hear the blessing of all animals with the theme being focused
It could be described as “beating a dead horse” – focusing on the thousands of dollars here and there that seem to vanish into thin air and magically, poof! Appear in another fund, or loan or results in a “structural” deficit or what have you.
State Senator Lois Wolk (D-Davis) has been a champion in the fight to protect the Delta. She fought even harder in recent weeks to assure that the Delta would receive proper protections in the new water bond. Yet, environmentalists still don’t feel it was enough.