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Nuns Fire Water Tender Driver Dies In Napa Valley Crash: Cal Fire

NAPA COUNTY, CA - Cal Fire has confirmed that a water tender driver who died in a rollover crash Monday morning on Oakville Grade Road near state Highway 29 in Napa County was employed by a private contractor and was assigned to the Nuns Fire burning in Sonoma and Napa counties. Significant traffic

PATCH - 2017-10-16 15:06:28

Crews in Fairfield, rural Vacaville quench separate fires

FAIRFIELD - Two fires broke out between late Friday and early Saturday in Solano County, both unrelated to the massive the Atlas Fire and both quickly contained. A fire burned 600 bales of hay overnight at a site on the 4400 block of Holdener Road in rural Vacaville and kept crews busy into the earl

DAILY REPUBLIC - 2017-10-15 12:28:42

One big corn maze with lots of heart

DIXON - It's that time of year again - with pumpkin patches ready for children to pluck their own Halloween gourds and corn mazes that go for miles. Cool Patch Pumpkins' Corn Maze took the honors for the biggest corn maze in the world and every year the maze is completely unique. The maze features t

DAILY REPUBLIC - 2017-10-16 07:12:08

Fire relief effort based in Vacaville shifts to next phase

VACAVILLE - A local fire relief effort is shifting gears as the situation unfolds in Napa, Sonoma and Solano counties. Melissa Hardy, a rural Vacaville resident and wife of a San Francisco firefighter, on Monday called Lauren Runow of Imagine That! in Vacaville with the idea of helping those affecte

DAILY REPUBLIC - 2017-10-15 07:30:37

Safety activities for cardiac patients

Michelle Saldana, physical therapy assistant at NorthBay Healthcare, will discuss activities and exercise for patients with cardiac and pulmonary limitations when the NorthBay Cardiac Education Series offers its quarterly presentation in October. The presentation will be at 3 p.m. on Thursday, Oct.

VACAVILLE REPORTER - 2017-10-16 07:00:00

The Week Ahead: Pumpkins on the Hill fundraiser begins

VACAVILLE - The Pumpkins on the Hill fundraiser for Opportunity House and Feeding the Hungry at Epiphany will occur Wednesday through Oct. 29 at the Hills Lutheran Church. The event will take place from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays through Saturdays and noon to 6 p.m. Sundays. It will include the sale o

DAILY REPUBLIC - 2017-10-16 12:39:42

The Right Stuff: Consequences of Constitution's revisions abound

The first action to convert the American republic to a democracy (selecting senators by popular vote) was approved 98 years ago. Forty years later brought removal of the prohibition of federal involvement in state-level governing. What have these "progressive policy" changes produced? Today's topics

DAILY REPUBLIC - 2017-10-16 12:20:00

The Week Ahead: Old-time Radio SpookFest comes to library

VACAVILLE - The Vacaville Public Library-Cultural Center will have a spooky evening this week of old-time radio episodes from classic shows that aired in the 1930s and 1940s. Learn and listen to why these spine-chilling radio classics are perfect for this Halloween season. Adults and teens are welco

DAILY REPUBLIC - 2017-10-16 12:35:11

Vacaville seeks to cope with rising pension costs

VACAVILLE - The city has time to work on rising pension costs and will be meeting with public employees in labor negotiations for contracts that end in July 2018, Mayor Len Augustine said Wednesday. Curtis Hunt "We'll try to cope with it," he said. Augustine spoke after a consultant's report that fo

DAILY REPUBLIC - 2017-10-15 12:23:29

Biz Buzz: New office space leases in Vacaville

VACAVILLE - Premier Commercial represented Alamo Property LLC in leasing 2,200 square feet of office space at 1981 Alamo Drive, Suite B, to ApexCare. ApexCare is an in-home care agency for seniors with offices in Roseville, Sacramento, Stockton and Modesto, while serving other communities in the Cen

DAILY REPUBLIC - 2017-10-16 12:13:53

Event: Friends of the Library Book Sale at Vacaville Cultural Center Library

The Vacaville Friends of the Library will be holding a book sale at the Vacaville Cultural Center Library during the library's open hours starting on Oct. 26 through Oct. 30. The library is open 10 a.m. - 9 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and 1 p.m. - 5 p.m. on Su

DAILY REPUBLIC - 2017-10-14 22:50:00

Concilio honors those who have worked for inclusion in Yolo County

JIM SMITH-DAILY DEMOCRAT Ann Miguel-Joule shares a joke with her husband, Frank, during the 33rd Concilio scholarshiop fundraiser. Miguel-Joule received the Board of Directors Award from Concilio. People can make a difference and during its second to last Recognition Dinner and Scholarship Fundrai

WOODLAND DAILY DEMOCRAT - 2017-10-15 07:00:00

I went to college and here's how to avoid the Freshman blues

Going to college can be an exciting time in your life. New friends, new classes and new experiences are just a few of the amazing things you will experience. But, once the start-of-the-year events dwindle and midterms start to stack up, you may start to experience a new level of sadness that may sur

KCRA.COM - 2017-10-15 19:59:00

Vet school ready to take world's best care to the next level

Jessica Robertson, a second-year resident, shows Biscotti, a Holland Lop to UC Davis Chancellor Gary May, his wife Leshelle, and Donna and Michael Lairmore, UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine dean, during a tour of the Companion Exotic Animal Medicine and Surgery Service. The tour was a preview

DAVIS ENTERPRISE - 2017-10-15 01:27:39

New Nishi plans have sights on the June 2018 ballot

Plans for the Nishi Gateway are back in business. Developers delivered a revised version of the Nishi Gateway to City Hall on Oct. 6, bringing back long-discussed plans for the city of Davis to potentially annex 47 acres outside of Olive Drive and Interstate 80, near the university. The newest versi

DAVIS ENTERPRISE - 2017-10-15 00:55:15

Are We There Yet? When is it advisable to tattle on your kids' friends?

One of the great things about living in Davis is that you see friends and acquaintances everywhere you go. I concede this sometimes can suck as well, mainly when I roll out of bed and hit up Nugget with drool still crusted on my face. I literally just had a funny memory: When our sons, D and T, were

DAVIS ENTERPRISE - 2017-10-14 22:50:17

Davis Arts Center, Summer House Woodland win free gutter-cleaning

Jeff Likes likes giving back to the community that has supported his window- and gutter-cleaning business. Courtesy photo Hundreds of votes have been tallied, and the winners of Jeff Likes Clean Windows & Gutters' first charitable giveaway are in. Winners of a free gutter cleaning, just in time for

DAVIS ENTERPRISE - 2017-10-15 07:01:02

Davis police aid fire victims

The Davis Peace Officers Association is collecting food donations to aid victims of the recent wildland fires. Canned and other nonperishable foods (no glass containers) are requested, including nutrition bars, granola bars, jerky, crackers, fruit cups, nuts and trail mixes. Donations may be dropped

DAVIS ENTERPRISE - 2017-10-15 06:09:41

Event: Last chance to go to the Pumpkin Festival

What makes the Western Railway Museum/Rotary Club Pumpkin Festival so special? Train rides, a pumpkin slingshot, an amazing multi-story hay bale fortress with a slide, bounce house, pony and tractor rides, scarecrow contest and more. This upcoming weekend, October 21 and 22, is the last weekend of t

DAILY REPUBLIC - 2017-10-16 07:00:00

Wildfire Evacuations Orders Lifted In Parts Of Sonoma County

SONOMA (CBS SF) - Evacuations orders to four areas in Sonoma County have been lifted Monday evening, sheriff's officials said. The area of state Highway 128 between River Rock Casino and Chalk Hill Road is open. Sheriff's officials said to enter the area from the south because Highway 128 is still c

CBSLOCAL.COM - 2017-10-17 03:19:00