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CDPH warns consumers not to eat pport-harvested bivalve shellfish from Del Norte County

Feb. 15, 2017 - The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) advises consumers not to eat recreationally harvested mussels, clams or whole scallops from Del Norte County... Read More

Final weekend to visit “Live Free: California Motorcycle Culture” exhibit at Auto Museum

Final weekend to visit “Live Free: California Motorcycle Culture” exhibit at Auto Museum

It’s time to race in to see the “Live Free: California Motorcycle Culture” exhibit that ends this Sunday, February 19 at the California Automobile Museum. The visually exciting exhibit shows how powerful, fast and flashy motorcycles have left enduring tracks on California’s vehicular history and are an integral part of the very culture of the Golden State.

Cousins continues to feast on Lakers

Tuesday night matchup against the Los Angeles Lakers found the Southern California team the recipient of blow after blow from... Read More

Police launch “Safe and Secure” program

The West Sacramento Police Department is taking steps to make child custody exchanges and transactions between internet buyers and sellers a lot safer.

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Sutter’s Fort to present “Hands on History: By Land and By Sea” on 2/18

Sutter’s Fort to present  “Hands on History: By Land and By Sea” on 2/18

Continuing a series of popular, interactive and fun “Hands on History” activities offered each month, Sutter’s Fort State Historic Park (SHP) will present a special “Hands on History: By Land and By Sea” event on Saturday, February 18, 2017 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Fort visitors will be delighted to see the recently completed restoration of the historic walls, gates and blacksmith shop plus have the opportunity to step back in time to the 1840s to understand the two different ways emigrants originally came to California -- by land or by sea -- while sharing the unique challenges they faced and what daily life was like during their journeys. In fact, Sutter’s Fort was once home to sailors who “jumped ship,” trappers who became overland trail guides because of the failing fur trade, wagon train parties looking for a new life, and soldiers who served in the Mexican-American War and whose services were terminated in California – 3,000 miles from their homes in the east. 

"Images in Sound"

"Images in Sound"

African-American History

African-American History

Like our first Governor, some folks didn't want any African-Americans in the state, either slaves or freemen. But the Governor moved away, while the African-Americans stayed and helped contribute to the state's founding, surviving prejudice and hardship by banding together to create a lasting community. Saturday, February 18, 2017 at 10:00 a.m.

 

Travelers reminded to take precautions to prevent Zika

February 8, 2017 - The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) reminds winter travelers to protect themselves from mosquito bites when traveling to areas with known transmission of Zika virus, including Mexico... Read More

Audition to sing the National Anthem at a River Cats game

The Sacramento River Cats are excited to announce the 2017 National Anthem auditions.

Those interested in singing the National Anthem at a 2017 River Cats game are asked to submit an audition demo between Monday, February 6th and Friday, February 10th. During this week-long submission period, fans must submit their demos to promotions@rivercats.com in either .mp3 or YouTube format. Submissions received after the February 10th deadline will not be considered.

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Carol Garcia receives prestigious award from Sacramento Metro Chamber of Commerce

Carol Garcia receives prestigious award from Sacramento Metro Chamber of Commerce

Carol Garcia of Roseville was presented with the Peter McCuen Award for Civic Entrepreneurs at the 122nd annual Sacramento Metro Chamber of Commerce Business Awards dinner.

Garcia is a fifth generation Roseville resident who has solidified her roots in Roseville through decades of local volunteerism. She has served the City in a public capacity as well. Garcia was Mayor of Roseville from 2014 to 2016 and was a City Council member for 10 years. She recently joined the Sierra College Board of Trustees.

Garcia was born and raised in Roseville and has been involved in the banking industry for more than 35 years. She is currently Senior Vice President, Marketing and Business Development for Community 1st Bank, which has locations in Roseville, Auburn and Sacramento.