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The City of Vacaville is trying to keep its ducks in a row when it comes to water conservation. While the city has met the goal set for it by the state, it is not meeting the self-imposed water use reduction numbers it set for itself the last two months. Comment?
After three consecutive months of meeting its water conservation goals, Vacaville has fallen short of reaching its local mandatory water use reduction goals for the last two months, city officials announced Tuesday. Of concern to the city are October's water conservation numbers. Comment?
Visitors to the Vacaville Museum study historic images from throughout Solano County and examine a portion of windmill from the Dally Ranch that was in the Elmira area as they attend the new exhibit “What's Where, and Why: The Geography of Our History.” This exhibition, through Aug. 14, 2016, explores the themes of land, water and air as they relate to the work, transportation and communities of Solano County. Joel Rosenbaum - The Reporter A late 19th-century fruit wagon from the K. Martell Summit Ranch of Vacaville is the centerpiece of the Vacaville Museum's new exhibit “What's Where, and Why: The Geography of Our History,” through Aug. 14, 2016. Comment?
This last weekend we celebrated the Fourth of July, and I caught myself reflecting on our country. We created ourselves at a time when kings ruled every other country in the world. 8 comments
No, not Pippi Longstocking, Astrid Lindgren's fictional character who was unconventional, assertive, gifted with superhuman strength. For the Vacaville Museum, the girl in question is Sallie Fox, who in the spring of 1858, left Iowa with her family, traveling on a wagon train, and headed west to California, eventually settling in Vacaville. Comment?
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