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  1. Davis needs the new undercrossingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Davis Enterprise

    I have been a member of the UC Davis community for more than a decade and take the Richards Boulevard exit daily; it's a mess. A yes vote for Measure A is the best chance we've ever seen to finally fix it.

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  2. Dan Wolk for state AssemblyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Davis Enterprise

    There is no debate: Dan Wolk is the most qualified candidate for state Assembly, not only because of his platforms to better the community as a whole, but because of his leadership as the mayor of Davis and an attorney for Solano County. Dan is the only progressive Democrat in the primary, and the only candidate officially endorsed by the California Democratic Party.

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  3. Fly fishers hear about floating the Koktuli RiverRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 21 | Davis Enterprise

    The Fly Fishers of Davis will hear from John Squires on Tuesday, May 31, discussing floating and fishing the Koktuli River, a small river in the Bristol Bay watershed and ground zero in the proposed Pebble Mine controversy. Topics will include the status of the proposed mine, species of fish available, timing of runs, tackle, flies, fishing methods and dealing with such issues as bugs, bears, and inclement weather.

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  4. Tour Davis' Grad Night venue June 10Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Davis Enterprise

    A 32-year Davis tradition is about to be unveiled to every graduating senior from Davis' four high schools - Da Vinci, Davis School for Independent Study, King High and Davis High. The entire community rewards these hard-working students with an all-night safe and sober celebration by sponsoring Grad Night, and this year's surprise theme won't disappoint.

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  5. Former Aggie Kelly makes MLB debut with MetsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Davis Enterprise

    Just one day after being called up from Triple-A Las Vegas, former UC Davis baseball standout Ty Kelly made his Major League debut Tuesday with the Mets, starting at third base against the host Washington Nationals. Kelly became the fourth former UC Davis player to play in the Major Leagues, and the second to debut this season.

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  6. Light bending trick reveals supremely old, faint galaxyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | CBS News

    ... of the galaxy's light, "we would not have been able to see it," Kuang-Han Huang, of the University of California-Davis, said in a statement. Huang lead a team of international astronomers that combined images taken by the Keck Observatory in Hawaii ...

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  7. CH2M selected as design-build partner for infrastructure projects in Texas and CaliforniaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | CE News

    Denver - The City of Houston and the City of San Jose, Calif., each selected CH2M as its design-build partner for a major water project - the $1.2 billion Northeast Water Purification Plant Expansion project and the $85 million Cogeneration Facility Project, respectively. "As one of the founding members of the Water Design-Build Council , CH2M is an industry leader in alternative delivery methods, including design-build, where we have successfully leveraged our technology and process innovations, as well as our relationships, to deliver solutions for our water clients, including Pima County, Arizona; Spokane County, Washington; Woodland-Davis, California; and others," said Global Water Business Group President Peter Nicol.

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  8. Council eyes funds for water project, paving work, parks upgrades and bike trackRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Davis Enterprise

    The Davis City Council weighed in at its meeting Tuesday evening on $59.3 million in capital improvement projects proposed under the 2016-17 budget. Next year, the city is set to pursue 41 different infrastructure projects, including the final leg of construction for the new wastewater treatment plant, improvements to several downtown core streets and a series of pavement projects across the city.

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  9. You should learn about Zika if you're pregnant and live in these statesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Coastal Courier

    ... warming weather. Some people, however, should be more worried than others. In an NPR report , University of California-Davis epidemiologist Thomas Scott divided the U.S. into three zones: high risk, low risk and extremely low risk. Most at risk are ...

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  10. Bob Dunning: Is it a warning or an advertisement?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Davis Enterprise

    IT HASTA BE SHASTA a because "every Aggie matters," a UC Davis vice chancellor just sent out an "Open Letter to UC Davis Students" concerning "House Boat Activities" on Memorial Day weekend a "Dear Aggie Student" the vice chancellor begins, "As the Memorial Day holiday approaches, we would like to provide you with a travel advisory before you head out on the highways or waterways during this three-day weekend." a advise away a "We are aware that students from a variety of local universities travel to Lake Shasta each Memorial Day weekend to participate in house boating activities.

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  11. Monsanto rejects $62B Bayer bid, but still open to talksRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Davis Enterprise

    ... to the proposed deal. Both companies have a presence in Yolo County. Bayer CropScience, formerly AgraQuest, moved from Davis to West Sacramento in 2014. Calgene, a Monsanto subsidiary, operated in Davis until 2014, when it moved operations to ...

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  12. People, Not Computers, Should Be Making the DecisionsRead the original story

    Wednesday May 18 | Government Technology

    ... lifornia native, she has worked in both state and local government, and is a graduate of the University of California, Davis, with majors in political science and American history. She can be reached via email and on Twitter.

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  13. Garamendi far outpaces rivals in campaign donationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Lake County Record-Bee

    The former Speaker of the California Assembly, Democrat Jesse Unruh died in 1987, hailed for his service to his nation and the Golden State but is sometimes best remembered for this quote: “Money is the mother's milk of politics.” These days, anyone seriously thinking of running for state or federal elective office in California does not leave home without at least six figures in their campaign accounts. And that is the case for at least two of the three candidates seeking to represent the 3rd Congressional District: incumbent Rep. John Garamendi, a Democrat; Dr. N. Eugene Cleek, a Republican from Orland; and Ryan Detert, a Republican from Davis.

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  14. Independent expenditures turn negative in Assembly raceRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Daily Republic

    Independent expenditures have gone negative in the 4th Assembly District race with coalitions supporting Winters Mayor Cecilia Aguiar-Curry going after Davis Mayor Dan Wolk and vice versa. The Chevron-led PAC Keeping Californians Working reported spending $47,000 over the weekend for anti-Wolk mailers, while a new PAC supporting Wolk, Coalition for a Healthy Community Supporting Wolk and Opposing Aguiar-Curry for Assembly 2016 Sponsored by Teachers and Consumer Attorneys Organizations, reported spending $40,000 on mailers and consulting to oppose Aguiar-Curry.

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  15. Zika Public Awareness Symposium Thursday at UC DavisRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Reporter

    A “Zika Public Awareness Symposium,” free and open to the public, is set for 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday in Room 1001 of Giedt Hall, University of California, Davis campus. It is being coordinated by professor Walter Leal, a chemical ecologist and professor in the UC Davis Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology and 18 of his biochemistry students who want to shed light on the mosquito-transmitted virus.

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  16. 31 Blue Devils run, jump to Masters track meetRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Davis Enterprise

    After accomplishing a rare double in winning both boys and girls Sac-Joaquin Section track-and-field titles last weekend, Davis High will send 31 athletes on to the all-comers' Masters meet at Elk Grove on Thursday and Friday. Competing in 19 events, the Blue Devils posted some heady performances as the girls scored the most points in section history while the boys used gutty outings by their 1,600 and 3,200 crews to prevail after posting just 55 points.

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  17. C.S. Lewis classic comes to Woodland Opera House stageRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Davis Enterprise

    ... Hammond as Mr. Beaver, Deborah Hammond as Mrs. Beaver, James Hayakawa as Tumnus, Sevy Moreno as Dwarf, Makenna Harding-Davis as Lucy, Collin Robinson-Burmester as Peter, Olivia Sloss as Susan, Jihan Moon as Edmund, Jordan Hayakawa as White Stag, ...

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  18. Solano deputies arrest 4 teens after car chaseRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Daily Republic

    Four teens in a carjacked car led Solano County sheriff's deputies on a high-speed chase from Dixon to Davis and then back to the east side of Vacaville early Monday before they crashed the car and got arrested, according to the Solano County Sheriff's Office. Deputies first spotted the car driving east on Interstate 80 just before 4:30 a.m. Monday and identified it as having been stolen during a carjacking Thursday in Hayward.

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  19. World Cup brings international flair, sportsmanshipRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Davis Enterprise

    Take a stroll around town this weekend and you might run into parents proudly waving Peruvian flags, 10-year-olds smartly dressed in kilts or a throng of rowdy fans trumpeting vuvuzelas. It's simply time again for the Davis World Cup, a 30-year-old AYSO Select tournament featuring 122 teams from across California, split into five different age groups, to be played throughout the Memorial Day weekend.

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  20. Five pertussis cases confirmed among Davis teensRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Davis Enterprise

    "We have five confirmed cases in Davis, all school-age children," said Dr. Ron Chapman, Yolo County health officer. "There is also one school-age case confirmed in Woodland, which does not appear to be related."

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