Logue and Laird host town hall meeting on North State’s water crisis
The Plaza Room at 210 Julie Drive in Yuba City permeated with the distinct scent of Old Spice and older money as area residents gathered to take in presentations and engage in discussion regarding the North State’s looming water crisis last Tuesday night.
On the surface level, the evening appeared to be an effort by North County resident
Locke Management Association (LMA) Director Deborah Mendel was issued a warning from Fair Political Practice Commission (FPPC) Enforcement Division Chief Gary Winuk for conflict of interest last month.
While Mendel was not fined for discussing a property she entered into escrow before
The Delta’s renowned photographer, Michael Pieretti unexpectedly passed away during heart surgery in February. While the iconic Delta figure is no longer here in the flesh, his work continues to live on and inspire Delta residents and beyond.
No better example of this than the Tong Gallery’s show spanning from November 23
Rio’s Urban Water Management Plan deemed acceptable by DWR
Much media attention has been given to the matter of water in the State of California for some time now. The difference between the haves and have-nots has generated great debate between those in regions and where the looming results of the Bay Delta Conservation Plan’s proposed Delta water conveyance system is at the forefront of the water wars a statewide push towards conservation at the local and regional level is currently being
Slow Food Rio Vista and Rio Vista High excitedlyannounce that the Slow Food School Garden project is gearing up. Recently, Slow Food Rio Vista and Rio Vista High Schoolformed a partnership to create and maintain a school garden on campus. The intent of the school garden program is to encourage and nurture students through meaningful work of growing slow food. Teaching children how to grow and prepare their food is part