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California has allocated $120,201 to the Yolo Indian Gaming Local Community Benefit Committee to award as grants to local agencies in Yolo County affected by tribal gaming.
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On Feb. 28 near Yolo County's Conaway Ranch in Northern California, an EF-0 tornado touched down four miles southeast of Woodland, says National Weather Service-Sacramento meteorologist Eric Kurth.
Yolo County animal services officials seek the public's help in finding a dog that bit a child in a park in Dunnigan.
ONE STEP BEHIND COWTOWN a Cindy at aol.com is worried that our town is falling behind - you'd better sit down - Vacaville when it comes to water conservation a writes Cindy: "I have a friend who lives in Vacaville who tells us that the city of Vacaville is doling out a whopping $1,000 per residence if the residents replace their lawns with ... (more)
Yolo Federal Credit Union announced recently it has been awarded 2014 grant funds from the Federal Home Loan Bank to be disbursed to first time homebuyers within Yolo County.
Every 10 seconds, somewhere in the U.S., a child is a victim of child abuse. This sad statistic means more than three million children a year are suffering -- in a nation that prides itself on honoring and caring for our children.
It won't fit in your pocket or play on your smartphone. You can't download it, stream it or store it in a cloud file.
A prototype sun tracking solar panel collects energy from its location at the University of California San Diego.
A trained weather spotter noticed a funnel cloud southeast of Woodland in late February, which would later turn into a tornado.
After more than a decade of service, the Yolo Crisis Nursery may close its doors in a move that may be about more than just a lack of funds.
One of the nation's largest public pension funds moved Yolo County into the Sacramento region, but left nearly half a dozen others in its Bay Area region, despite the fact some are more than 100 miles away.
The Agricultural Sustainability Institute at UC Davis announced that Mary Bianchi of the University of California's Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources is this year's recipient of ASI's Eric Bradford and Charlie Rominger Agricultural Sustainability Leadership Award.
The public is invited to come out and enjoy vineyard and wine themed art and to celebrate the bountiful season of spring from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Friday, April 18, at RootStock, 22 Main St. in Winters.
After 13 years, the Yolo Crisis Nursery is slated to close on June 30 because the lead agency, EMQ FamiliesFirst, will no longer fund this precious resource.