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How do you feel now that the Kings plan on staying for one more year?

How do you feel  now that the Kings plan on staying for one more year?

After much effort from all sides, it boils down to the Maloofs stating that the Kings will play the next season in Sacramento.

Good?  Bad?  Too much attention given to the subject?  How will this impact you at the local level?

Let us know.

Submit your article to writer@news10.net and let us know what community you live in.  Start you paragraph with "Now that the Kings are staying for another year...

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Monday kick-off ride celebrates bike month

Monday kick-off ride celebrates bike month

For six years, the Sacramento region has been coming out in May to ride to work, school, shopping, and recreation. May is Bike Month is a campaign to get people on bikes for the first time, as well as encourage regular bicyclists to keep it up.

At Mayisbikemonth.com anyone can pledge miles to ride during May that add up to a regional goal of two million miles. The site also features a bicycle trip planner.

Other things to look forward to in May include a Bicycle Film Festival, the Amgen Tour of California and lots of local events.

May is Bike Month is coordinated by the Sacramento Area Council of Governments and the region's transportation management organizations.

Mother's Day, Cinco de Mayo and Derby Day on Deck for River Cats May 2-9 Homestead

Mother's Day, Cinco de Mayo and Derby Day on Deck for River Cats May 2-9 Homestead

WEST SACRAMENTO, Calif., April 28, 2011 – An eight-game homestand begins on Monday, May 2 and fans will enjoy exciting promotions including Mother’s Day, Cinco de Mayo and Derby Day as well as Sutter Health Fireworks and Seniors and Kids Eat Free!  The River Cats will host the Salt Lake Bees (Triple-A affiliate of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim) May 2-5 and the Colorado Springs Sky Sox (Triple-A affiliate of the Colorado Rockies) May 6-9.

Cinco de Mayo Celebration – Thursday, May 5 at 7:05 p.m.

Fans can celebrate Cinco de Mayo at Raley Field as the River Cats take on the Salt Lake Bees.  The night includes the recurring promotion Miller Lite Thirsty Thursdays featuring $2 beers and music.

Derby Day and Xfinity Family Pack Night – Saturday, May 7 at 7:05 p.m.

Catch this great deal for one of the five remaining Xfinity Family Pack Nights for the 2011 season. 

Bicycle Film Festival returns to Sacramento May 12-14

Bicycle Film Festival returns to Sacramento May 12-14

The Bicycle Film Festival (BFF), a celebration of bicycles through film, art, and music, returns to Sacramento for a second year in it’s 11-year history on May 12th–14th. Originating in New York City, the festival added California’s Capital City last year to its roster of 40 global cities, including Amsterdam, London, Milano, and Tokyo.

Gibson Ranch Re-Opening Celebration

Gibson Ranch celebrated its grand re-opening on April 23.  The event featured an exhibition by the Sacramento Sheriff Mounted Enforcement and Search and Rescue units, nursery characters, hay rides, face painting, petting zoo, bounce houses, balloon tying, antique fire trucks, and bag pipers.

Next month, Gibson Ranch will display its annual Civil War Re-Enactment on May 21-22, 2011.

Gibson Ranch Park is located at:   8556 Gibson Ranch Road, Elverta, CA  95626.

Saving Strokes Event

Saving Strokes Event

Are you a Stroke Survivor or a Caregiver to a Stroke Survivor?  If this is you, please join us for our 11th annual Sacramento Saving Stroke event!

Saving Strokes is a Rehabilitation Through Golf Program for Stroke Survivors and their caregivers. Stroke Survivors are paired with PGA professionals to either be introduced to the game of golf or reintroduced to an “old friend”.

Photo exhibit spotlights West Sac athletes

A photo exhibit of some of West Sacramento's outstanding athletes will be displayed

When:  Beginning Jan. 20 at 5pm
Where: Parks and Recreation Center
             2801 Jefferson Blvd.

The photo collection dates range from the 1940s and to the 2010s.  The display focuses on West Sacramento athletes who were born here or have resided in the community.