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Solano County has had its share of military aircraft crashes. Here are three of the most notable - including the death of the namesake of Travis Air Force Base, two crashes in a month in the Cordelia Hills and a B-18 bomber that crashed into Twin Sisters. Comment?
In April, Suisun City's Kyle Klein , a business administration major, was inducted into the Oklahoma State University Chapter of Phi Kappa Phi. Comment?
Worships at 6 p.m. Saturday, 1101 Ulatis Drive, and 8:30 a.m. and 11:15 a.m. Sunday, 621 S. Orchard Ave. Comment?
Part of the 500,000 metalhead strong crowd at the 1983 US Festival click picture to view gallery The KFRC Fantasy Fair and Magic Mountain Music Festival was held July 10-11, 1967, on Mount Tamalpais in Mill Valley. Comment?
The fire burned about 10 acres off Leisure Town Road North. The site was Vacaville's old water treatment area, close to the Pacific Gas and Electric plant alongside Interstate 80. Comment?
About 100 people were gathered as "Christine," a pink fire truck belonging to the Solano Chapter of the Guardians of the Ribbon/Pink Heals was christened. Comment?
Solano County is continuing its quest to get children out of cars and onto their feet for the daily trip to school. Comment?
Charles E. "Big Chuck" Brooks Jr., a longtime resident of Suisun City, passed away peacefully with his family by his side after a courageous battle with a lengthy illness. Comment?
PG&E crews will begin work Tuesday on Elmira Road as the company continues testing gas pipelines throughout the state. Comment?
What we came to realize was that the taxpayers of Winters, Dixon, Vacaville, Fairfield, Suisun City, Benicia and Vallejo enthusiastically want Solano Community College to excel further in its academic and vocational programs, as well as in the infrastructure that are the means to those ends. Comment?
The bizarre story about a Vacaville woman allegedly feeding a baby goat beer, then kicking and swinging it by its front legs, brought plenty of reactions this week - including extensive media coverage beyond Solano County. Comment?
The theme is "Beneath the Surface." Teens are encouraged to set three goals and earn a free book for each goal they meet. Comment?
A murder trial set to start Wednesday was put on hold Monday afternoon after a last-minute defense attorney claim of possible new DNA evidence. Comment?
Because that's the easy conclusion if you see him dribbling and dribbling and driving and dribbling as the shot clock runs down on another possession - ending with an off-balance shot. Comment?
Highway 12 drivers in eastern Solano County and in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta will have to deal with various road work projects in coming weeks. Comment?
A suspect in a bar fight and stabbing ended up with injuries Sunday after entering the backyard of a resident who took matters into his own hands. Comment?
Generations of families enjoyed shade and well-timed breezes at the Suisun Waterfront Sunday as they strolled the vendor booths of the Mother's Day Artisan Fair. Comment?
It's common practice for governments at all levels to find creative ways to describe otherwise mundane or straightforward concepts. Comment?
Fairfield has targeted its next growth hot spot for an area that's mostly a blank slate - mostly, but not quite. Comment?
Last week the Daily Republic reported that Anheuser-Busch, our local Budweiser factory, wants to put up another large wind turbine near its plant along Interstate 80. Comment?