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A state resolution, which is expected to be enacted Friday would mean mandatory water restrictions for Woodland by mid-August.
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Julio Gayton, charged with the March stabbing death of Woodland resident Scott Michael Zumbrum, 33, appeared in court Monday morning.
Despite Woodland's water conservation efforts, the city's groundwater levels are still falling and that's worrisome because we don't know what that will mean for the future.
Learning about the Cyber High program, Superintendent Maria Armstrong, left, talks with Marquis Quintana, 16, and Cyber High instructor Kari Cramer during a campus visit.
This is the second year that YoloArts is able to provide music for the First Friday events because of a grant.
Hundreds of students learned to build bridges in more ways than one this summer at the Woodland School District's Algebra Academy.
The water tank at Douglass Park is now online and the landscaping at the site will be completed in the coming weeks.
Woodland is bringing some fun to its National Night Out celebration this year in hopes of getting people more involved.
Chief Deputy Public Defender Allison Zuvela, who was representing Gayton, noted that the trial should take 10 days to two weeks.
Attention Yolo County gardeners and garden enthusiasts! The Hanna and Herbert Bauer Community Garden is hosting a free "Gardening 101: soil, water and fall planting" class on Saturday, Aug. 2, from 9 to 10:30 a.m. in the garden adjacent to 137 N. Cottonwood St., Woodland.
Jull, 47, faces felony grand theft charges for allegedly spending the Woodland shelter's money on gas, food and other unauthorized items for herself and family over a three-year period.
"The community's conservation efforts have helped the situation from being worse," said Dawn Calciano, water conservation coordinator for Public Works.
The Yolo County Visitors Bureau has introduced a program designed to get bicyclists to ride to Davis, patronize local businesses, and get a free train ticket back to Sacramento on the Capitol Corridor railroad.
KEEPING THAT AGGIE GRASS GREEN the official UC Davis colors may be Blue and Gold, but the lawns on campus will remain decidedly green after UCD exercised its option to join the Woodland-Davis surface water project for $20 million a clearly, this is something UC Davis has the right to do and its timing is perfect a let others build the lemonade ... (more)
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Updated: Mon Jul 28, 2014 06:41 pm
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