Assembly Member Jim Cooper, D-Elk Grove, and Republican candidate Eric Rigard will run in this November’s Assembly District 9 general election.
Sacramento County’s 13 school districts will continue their campus closures through May 1 in order to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
On March 18, Elk Grove Food Bank Services announced they only had 15 days’ worth of food left in their Dino Drive facility.
The Cosumnes Community Services District (CSD) board on April 1 will review a proposed agreement on fire and emergency medical coverage for the Wilton Rancheria’s future Elk Grove casino-resort. Plans are to open the $500 million facility in late 2021 at 10436 Grant Line Road, near Kammerer …
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By Citizen Staff
Editor’s note: This story is the first in a series of articles written by seniors in the journalism program at California State University, Sacramento. They are being taught by Phillip Reese, a Sacramento Bee staff reporter and an associate professor at CSUS. This is a renewed collaboration…
The Elk Grove Unified School District staff on March 23 announced their plans to shift all of their schools to “distance learning,” starting in mid-April. Under this plan, students will use the internet to continue their education until their campuses reopen.
Elk Grove Police Chief Tim Albright on March 24 publicly addressed concerns over how authorities will enforce Sacramento County’s “stay-at-home” order that wants residents to remain home as much as possible during the coronavirus situation.
The Sacramento Transportation Authority (STA) Board of Directors on March 18 voted, 13-3, to support a tentative, 40-year, $8.4-billion Measure A expenditure plan.
It’s been almost a month since the Sheldon Huskies softball team competed on a field before their season was put on hold, like many other high school athletes in the United States no one knows if the season will continue.
For the Cosumnes Oaks varsity baseball team, this season was supposed to be a rebirth.
With a young team and the experience of a Sac-Joaquin Section playoff appearance last season, Laguna Creek’s softball team had high hopes for the 2020 season even though the Cardinals under second year head coach Rick Elkins got off to a slow start by going 1-3-1 through their first five gam…
The Monterey Trail girls’ softball team is one of the countless teams across the United States hoping to continue their spring sports season, but it’s going to be some time before prep sports fans hear an update.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Evening Optimist Club of Sacramento announced this week that it canceled the 43rd Optimist High School Basketball All Star Games that was scheduled for April 11 at Cosumnes River College.
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Former Citizen staff photographer Laura Bemis launched a support group for people who experience mental health challenges while they are isolated at home during the novel coronavirus situation.
Former Elk Grove City Council Member Sophia Scherman joins the Elk Grove City Council on March 11 during a presentation of a proclamation recognizing March as Women’s History Month in Elk Grove. The council urges residents to commemorate and encourage the study of the contributions of women …