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REMINDER: DEADLINE FOR 2012 CONGRESSIONAL ART COMPETITION IS FRIDAY, APRIL 20

REMINDER: DEADLINE FOR 2012 CONGRESSIONAL ART COMPETITION IS FRIDAY, APRIL 20

WASHINGTON, D.C. – High school students in California’s 1st Congressional District are reminded that the deadline to participate in the 2012 Congressional Art Competition is Friday, April 20. The winning artwork from Rep. Thompson’s district will be displayed in the United States Capitol for one year. In addition, the grand prize winner will be flown with a guest to Washington, D.C. to attend an awards ceremony in June.

Each year, the Congressional Art Competition showcases the artistic talents and abilities of students in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and the U.S. territories.

LWV sponsors display of local maps of new California districts

LWV sponsors display of local maps of new California districts

California voters required that the state districts be redistricted by a select committee of citizens. That done, and the maps accepted, there is still some confusion as to where district boundaries are set.

To assist with voter education Woodland’s League of Women Voters is sponsoring a map display of the various local districts to help voters determine in which district(s) they reside. The maps are on display in the lobby of the Woodland Community & Senior Center, 2001 East Street, Woodland and can be viewed from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.

The display contains maps of:

• Yolo County’s Supervisorial Districts
• Boundary lines for the City of Woodland
• California State Assembly District 4
• California Senate District 3
• California Congressional District 3... Read More

Santorum attending fundraiser at Jelly Belly Factory

FAIRFIELD - Rick Santorum is in Fairfield on Thursday. He'll be attending a fundraiser at the Jelly Belly Factory.

Santorum has raised more than half a million dollars from Californians through February. This is according to the non-profit watchdog group, maplight.org.

Yamada addresses WateReuse Association this morning

Yamada addresses WateReuse Association this morning

Assemblymember Mariko Yamada (D – Davis), who represents a large portion of the Delta primary zone, will address hundreds of water industry professionals today (March 27)at the annual WateReuse Association Conference. Yamada serves on the Assembly Water, Parks and Wildlife Committee as well as the Assembly Select Committee on Regional Approaches to Managing the State’s Water Crisis.

Yamada will discuss increasing California’s water supply, including water for the Delta, through recycling and water reuse regulatory reforms that the legislature and WateReuse are seeking through AB 2398 (Hueso), The Water Recycling Act of 2012...

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Yamada will stay in Davis area

Yamada will stay in Davis area

Yamada will stay in Davis area
TheReporter.com
Assemblywoman Mariko Yamada, D-Solano, announced Thursday that she will stay put in her Davis home and will run for re-election in the newly redrawn Assembly District 4, where she is the lone incumbent. ...

Vacaville City Council set to consider final offer - TheReporter.com

Vacaville City Council set to consider final offer - TheReporter.com

Vacaville City Council set to consider final offer
TheReporter.com
The thin blue line will likely cut a wide swath at Tuesday's meeting of the Vacaville City Council, when members are set to ponder imposing the city's "last, best, final offer" -- regarding contract negotiations -- on ...

Solano County leaders not happy with budget cuts

Solano County leaders not happy with budget cuts

Solano County leaders not happy with budget's cuts
TheReporter.com
In Vacaville, news of the state's budget ax falling on redevelopment funding hit hard. "I'm disappointed but not surprised," said City Manager Laura Kuhn on Thursday, just two days after the Vacaville City Council passed the city's provisional budget. ...