Wednesday Jul 23
The Modesto Bee
Wine Line: In Clarksburg, saving the chenin blanc
In the 1970s, one of the best-selling white wines was Charles Krug Chenin Blanc.
Coroner Identifies 2 Children Killed In Clarksburg Crash
The Yolo County Coroner has released the identities of the two boys killed Friday in a vehicle crash in Clarksburg.
Vehicle crash in Yolo Co. splits car in half, kills 2 children
A solo vehicle crash in Yolo County caused a vehicle to completely split in half, killing two children and sending the driver to the hospital.
2 children killed in Yolo County crash
Two children were killed when a car hit a tree Friday morning on Jefferson Boulevard west of Clarksburg, according to the California Highway Patrol.
The Daily Democrat
'A Day in the Country' set for Old Sugar Mill
The Yolo Land Trust announces its signature event "A Day in the Country" will be held this year on Sunday, Sept.
Briefs -- Published July 9, 2014
The University of California Cooperative Extension is holding a free Project Learning Tree workshop for teachers from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday at the Sonora Library, 480 Greenley Rd., Sonora.
Sixth annual Lodi Cyclefest set for Sunday
Sponsored by Michael-Dvaid Winery and the Delta Velo Cycling Team, the fest this year will also feature a 5K fun run that starts at 7:15 a.m. The Vintner's Cup race, featuring winemakers and winery representatives from the Lodi, Clarksburg and El Dorado Appelations, starts at 12:30 p.m., followed by a free kids race.
Sacramento Bee Newspaper
Sipping past Sacramento summer heat
Oh that Sacramento summer heat ... the kind that makes you stick to your car seat ... when a 90-degree day in July feels like relief, and the Delta breeze causes a collective "Ahhhh!" around the region.
The other side of Sacramento
Sacramento is known for its history, politics, and the river that runs through it.
The other side of Sacramento, Part 1
Sacramento is known for its history, the politics and the river that runs through it.
The Daily Democrat
Water wasters in the eye of the beholder
I'm still trying to catch up on all the articles that have piled up in my mailbox over recent weeks, including this tasty tidbit courtesy of an upset resident who spotted a lot of water "flooding" the parking lot at the Social Services Department off Cottonwood Street near West Woodland Avenue.