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  1. Along for the ride at Cool Patch PumpkinsRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | The Reporter

    Sophia Cardenas, 11 months, hitches a ride in a wagon as her brother Arturo, 3, both of Fairfield, provides the power during their visit to Cool Patch Pumpkins Monday in Dixon to find the perfect gourd for Halloween. In their new location along Dixon Avenue, just off Interstate 80, Cool Patch offers a 40-acre pumpkin patch, a kid's play area and their world-record corn maze.


  2. Dixon seniors, people with disabilities seek more mobilityRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 12 | The Reporter

    Getting people where they need to go was the topic of a Senior and People with Disabilities Transportation Summit hosted by the Solano Transportation Authority and the City of Dixon Thursday at the Veterans Memorial Hall. Mobility is especially important to talk about in light of this week's wildfires, Solano County Supervisor John Vasquez said.


  3. Parking violation fees to increase in DixonRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 11 | The Reporter

    The Dixon City Council voted 5-0 Tuesday to approve changing several fines for vehicle code violations, currently at $25, to fines ranging from $50 to $80, depending on the violation. Violations such as blocking a wheelchair access ramp or parking in a space designated for those with a disabled placard will increase from fines in the mid-$200s to $365.


  4. names new managing editorRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 10 | The Reporter

    The Reporter announced today that Local News Editor Melissa Murphy has been named the newspaper's Managing Editor effective Oct. 21. In the new post, Melissa Murphy, 35, will take on the day-to-day oversight of local news writers and content, but also will take on the managerial duties currently handled by Matt Miller, who, after slightly more than two years at the position and 27 years in total tenure with the paper, announced his resignation today. The announcement of Murphy's appointment was made by Publisher Jim Gleim, who was pleased to be able to promote someone from within the organization.


  5. Increase in parking fines, road repairs go to Dixon City CouncilRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 7 | The Reporter

    Fees for parking violations may go up in Dixon, if a proposal from the city's police chief is approved Tuesday by the Dixon City Council. Current parking citation fines are “far below surrounding jurisdictions,” according to Chief Robert Thompson, and have not kept up with inflation.


  6. Dixon police name second suspect in teen beating caseRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 6 | The Reporter

    Courtesy Photo - Dixon Police Department An arrest warrant citing assault with a deadly weapon has been issued for Mauro Escobar, 19, of Dixon. Mauro Escobar, 19, of Dixon, is wanted in connection with assault with a deadly weapon.


  7. Dixon Senior Resource Fair returnsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 4 | The Reporter

    If you have a relative, friend or neighbor who could benefit from a bevy of businesses and organizations that help seniors, the Advocates for Dixon Seniors encourage you to invite them to join you at their annual resource fair. The Senior Resource Fair is from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Oct. 14 at the Dixon Senior Center, 201 South 5th St. This free event, with free lunch and dessert refreshments and prizes, is an excellent opportunity for seniors and caregivers to learn about local resources and to socialize, according to the advocacy group.


  8. Vacaville cattle farmer welcomes twins, rare white calfRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 2 | The Reporter

    Gabe, a 2 week old calf, is attracting attention because of his cream-colored coat. His mother, and the rest of the herd, are brown or brown and white Hereford cattle.


  9. Vanden, Dixon pickup home wins with Wood, Vaca on byeRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 30 | The Reporter

    With Vacaville and Will C. Wood in the middle of their respective bye weeks, the Vanden Vikings and Dixon Rams were front and center amid the Week 4 action. But as Vanden returned home following an extended hiatus and Dixon looked to wow the crowd on Homecoming Night, the pair of local teams came up strong in two shutout victories at home.


  10. Dixon serves up 47-0 blowout to Mesa Verde on homecomingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 29 | The Reporter

    In the midst of a Dixon High homecoming night versus the Mesa Verde Mavericks, the Rams fired on all cylinders en route to a 47-0 victory Friday night. With frigid autumn winds and a rambunctious crowd in attendance at Finney Field, the Rams overpowered the Mavericks throughout the evening as the dual threat backfield of Jake Giardino and Tyler Boston ate up the field and accounted for 275 of the Rams 327 yards in the blowout victory.


  11. IHSS holding recruitment session for caregiversRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 29 | The Reporter

    The Department of Health and Social Services, In-Home Support Services Public Authority will host their final paid caregiver recruitment session for this calendar year on Wednesday at 2101 Courage Drive in Fairfield in the multipurpose room at 1:30 p.m. The Public Authority uses a customized database to match the needs of Solano County IHSS clients with pre-qualified Registry Home Care Providers. There is still a significant need for more caregivers, especially in the cities of Benicia, Dixon and Vacaville - as the demand for services for the elderly and disabled populations continue to grow.


  12. Dixon murder suspect arraignedRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 29 | The Reporter

    The April 17, 2015, shooting at Dixon's Northwest Park resulted in the death of local continuation school student Charlie Moore Jr. The defendant, then 16, reportedly approached the victim with three other individuals before shooting him twice. Moore was transported to an area hospital where he succumbed to his injuries.


  13. Dixon City Council declines to establish camping ordinanceRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 29 | The Reporter

    Discussion Tuesday was started by City Attorney Douglas White, who said he has been discussing the issue with other cities his firm represents. Such an ordinance might have prohibited camping on public property with certain exceptions, sleeping in a vehicle parked on public property from 12 to 5 a.m., camping on private property without permission from the property owner or sleeping in any vehicle in a privately-owned parking area from 12 to 5 a.m. without permission from the parking lot owner.


  14. Dixon High Quarterback Club holds homecoming week jersey saleRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 27 | The Reporter

    With each football jersey and individual player that crosses onto a high school football gridiron across the country comes a solitary story never to be repeated. Whether that unique perspective comes from an all-league running back or a second string defensive lineman who fondly recalls his only career sack, the importance of these jerseys can hardly be quantified years removed from their final snap.


  15. Athlete of the Week: Horder setting up win after win for Solano College volleyball teamRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 25 | The Reporter

    Unlike hitters, who's job description includes violently attacking the ball above the net, setters must use a soft touch to deliver passes with perfect loft and timing so their teammates can rise up without hesitation and deliver a successful blow. One player who has not only excelled at setting, but seems to have it mastered, is Solano College setter Jade Horder.


  16. Dixon High School names Brett Peterson athletic directorRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 22 | The Reporter

    With a collection of changes heading into the new school year just a few weeks ago, and former athletic director Angela West fulfilling a role as assistant principal, Peterson takes over the Rams' athletic department in an interim basis for the rest of the academic year. “It's really busy right now since I'm still learning the in's and out's of the athletic director world as well as the classroom teacher role,” Peterson said.


  17. Superintendent contract, high school farm on Dixon school district agendaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 20 | The Reporter

    An extension and some revisions to Superintendent Brian Dolan's contract, an update on sixth-graders transitioning to middle school, and possible Proposition 51 funding for the Dixon High School Farm are on the agenda when Dixon Unified leaders meet tonight. The five-member governing board is expected to approve an extension to Dolan's contract, which expires Sept.


  18. Budget on SCC agendaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 19 | The Reporter

    A public hearing and the adoption of the 2017-18 budget, a change order and completion date for the new Biotechnology and Science Building project at the Vacaville Center, and an appointment to the Measure Q Citizens Oversight Committee are on the agenda tonight when the Solano Community College District governing board meets in Vallejo. The seven-member board is expected to approve the $153.3 million in expenses, well in excess of $110 million in revenues, according to agenda documents.


  19. Winters outlasts Dixon, win 32-30 at Finney FieldRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 16, 2017 | The Reporter

    In a traditional rivalry between the neighboring Dixon Rams and Winters Warriors, the visiting Warriors fended off a late comeback en route to the 32-30 victory. With both teams sharing a 1-1 preseason record heading into Dixon's home opener and the pair of small schools looking to break a 3-3 tie dating back to the 2011 season, the chess match turned shootout fit the billing at Finney Field Friday night.


  20. Dixon terminates agreement with Severn Trent for water servicesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 14, 2017 | The Reporter

    The Dixon City Council voted 5-0 Tuesday to terminate its five-year agreement with Severn Trent Environmental Services, which the city entered into in 2014 to provide water system operations for the portion of the city outside of the California Water Company service area. The city and Severn Trent have determined the agreement “no longer provides a mutual benefit,” according to Public Works Director and City Engineer Joe Leach.


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