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  1. Sierra Vista re-naming discussion turns contentious, againRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 5 | The Reporter

    Matters related to the possible re-naming of Sierra Vista School after the late Ernest Kimme again dominated, sometimes in quarrelsome ways, a Vacaville Unified governing board meeting. In 5-1 votes each on two separate agenda items, trustees decided to send back to Superintendent Jane Shamieh's staff two specific revisions to Board Policy 7310 , for clarification and re-submission to the board; and, secondly, directed Shamieh to form, in the coming days, a Citizens Advisory Committee, which will gather community input, to possibly recommend re-naming Sierra Vista or let the name stand.

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  2. Domestic geese, ducks rescued from Lagoon Valley ParkRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 4, 2015 | The Reporter

    Kimberly K. Fu -The Reporter John Watt, a volunteer with Sacramento-based Wildlife Care Association & Education Center Inc., herds a gaggle of geese and their duck friends toward dry land in Lagoon Valley Park. Watt was part of a waterfowl relocation effort that included members of Northern California rescues, a North Carolina rescue and the city of Vacaville.

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  3. Domestic geese, ducks rescued from Lagoon Valley ParkRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 4, 2015 | The Reporter

    Kimberly K. Fu -The Reporter John Watt, a volunteer with Sacramento-based Wildlife Care Association & Education Center Inc., herds a gaggle of geese and their duck friends toward dry land in Lagoon Valley Park. Watt was part of a waterfowl relocation effort that included members of Northern California rescues, a North Carolina rescue and the city of Vacaville.

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  4. Dixon man convicted of numerous bank robberies gets more time in prison for real estate fraudRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 20, 2015 | The Reporter

    A Dixon man already serving prison time for a string of bank robberies in Vacaville, Woodland and Sacramento was sentenced to additional prison time Tuesday for running a mortgage fraud scheme. Hubert Rotteveel, 52, was sentenced to three years, four months in prison by Senior United States District Court Judge William B. Shubb, upon being found guilty of one count of mail fraud, U.S. Attorneys Office officials said.

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  5. Dixon Chamber continues to collect aid for Valley Fire victimsRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 7, 2015 | The Reporter

    Kimberly K. Fu/[email protected] Wendi Hendershot, an ambassador with the Dixon Chamber of Commerce, and Carol Pruett, the Chamber's chief administrator, display some of the donations recently collected for the victims of the Valley Fire. Hendershot, whose family members lost their home in the Butte Fire, spearheads collection efforts in Dixon.

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  6. Lambtown Festival fetes areaa s rich farming, ranching lifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 3, 2015 | The Reporter

    Richard Bammer - The Reporter Sheep from a ranch in Zamora Hills were used for sheep dog trials Saturday at the Lambtown Festival, which continues today, at the Dixon May Fair grounds. The Silverado Spinsters, some two dozen of them, sat quietly under an expansive pop-up tent, working their wheels, spinning wool, chatting, laughing, enjoying one another's company during the Lambtown Festival Saturday at the Dixon May Fair grounds.

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  7. Matt Miller: Learning to cope with the many balloonists in our skiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 26, 2015 | The Reporter

    Napa Valley companies like to use Solano and Yolo counties as their “Plan B.” When the fog is hanging heavy in the valley, tourists can't take to the skies, so the companies head a few miles inland for our sunny environment. The demand by tourists is great - especially as they arrive in time for harvest season - even if it isn't over the famed grapes.

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  8. Travis Unified School District promotes from within to fill pair of senior management jobsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 11, 2015 | The Reporter

    In a press release issued Thursday, Superintendent Kate Wren Gavlak named Sue Brothers, the current director of curriculum, instruction and assessment, as the new assistant superintendent for educational services. She will replace Jim Bryan, who will retire in July after 14 years in the Fairfield district and 33 years in public education.

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  9. Travis Unified School District promotes from within to fill pair of senior management jobsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 11, 2015 | The Reporter

    In a press release issued Thursday, Superintendent Kate Wren Gavlak named Sue Brothers, the current director of curriculum, instruction and assessment, as the new assistant superintendent for educational services. She will replace Jim Bryan, who will retire in July after 14 years in the Fairfield district and 33 years in public education.

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  10. Congressman Garamendi hosts open house, job fairRead the original story w/Photo

    May 28, 2015 | The Reporter

    Congressman John Garamendi, D-Solano, is hosting an open house from 4 to 6 p.m. June 5 at his Davis District Office, 412 G St., Davis. All community members are invited to attend and meet with the congressman and his staff.

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