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2014/07/31 05:07
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Thirty-five minutes after the 65th annual Solano County Fair had opened to the public Wednesday, Barbara Pisching made a discovery that would shake the very foundation of the quilting world. Well,...
2014/07/31 05:07
2014/07/31 05:07
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2014/07/30 17:38
2014/07/30 17:38
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To submit an item to the What's Happening calendar, email ccnsports@bayareanewsgroup.com to request a form. Put "What's Happening" in the subject line. Nonprofit organizations only. You might be asked...
2014/07/30 04:18
2014/07/30 04:18
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I was contacted a week ago by some folks who told me some information that made my blood run cold! They said they had seen several skindivers with high-powered spear guns carrying out a stringer of...
2014/07/29 18:31
2014/07/29 18:31
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Menlo College football coach Mark Grieb and recruiting coordinator Vince Freitas announced the 32-player recruiting class that will join the Oaks this training camp. The class includes 29 true...
2014/07/28 07:22
2014/07/28 07:22
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Benicia -- Tucked in one of the former Benicia Arsenal buildings is a world-renowned art wallpaper manufacturer with a humble beginning. Bradbury & Bradbury Art Wallpapers was formed in 1979 by Bruce...
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2014/07/27 04:36
2014/07/27 04:36
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It's not every day that an athlete has the kind of season that American Canyon High's Jomon Dotson had during his junior football season. To duplicate it is even more rare. Unfortunately for American...
2014/07/26 06:36
2014/07/26 06:36
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Coaches, teammates and opponents wonder how Benicia High School's Michelle Li can play three sports so well with such eagerness and tenacity. Her brother, Andy Li, has a pretty good idea. "I always...
2014/07/25 05:58
2014/07/25 05:58
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Saying California’s emergency responders need more training to handle major calamities, state and local leaders are pitching plans to build a world-class $56 million training facility in eastern...
2014/07/24 03:53
2014/07/24 03:53
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There is a new push to make rail cars safer after a series of deadly incidents in the last year. The federal government wants all railroads and oil companies to ship crude oil only in the new...
2014/07/24 02:58
2014/07/24 02:58
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WASHINGTON -- The U.S. Department of Transportation proposed a two-year phase-out Wednesday of older railroad tank cars used to transport crude oil, which have been involved in serious derailments...
2014/07/24 00:22
2014/07/24 00:22
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ALBANY -- Sitting with Gene Hellwig in his living room, you'd never guess that it's his 90th birthday. He looks like he's in his 70s at most, active, energetic and healthy. And how many 90-year-olds...
2014/07/23 07:22
2014/07/23 07:22
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Q I thought I had seen it all during the morning commute. Men shaving (both blade and electric); women applying makeup; people reading newspapers; people eating cereal; the list is nearly endless. I...
2014/07/23 06:18
2014/07/23 06:18
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I'm watching our lakes and weather as closely as most of you, hoping we can somehow squeeze through this season in decent shape. It seems we've had some stretches where the temps haven't been as high...
2014/07/23 04:26
2014/07/23 04:26
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Half-wild crossbreeds are in vogue but controversial, and illegal in some states. Photograph by Mark Peckmezian. When Anthony Hutcherson was a little boy, what he wanted most was something wild. But...
2014/07/22 23:30
2014/07/22 23:30
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Talking for the first time publicly about why he bought $600 worth of groceries for a group of strangers at a Concord store recently, Michael Simas said his reason for doing it was simple. "Really, I...
2014/07/22 22:22
2014/07/22 22:22
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Talking for the first time publicly about why he bought $600 worth of groceries for a group of strangers at a Concord store recently, Michael Simas said his reason for doing it was simple. "Really, I...
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2014/07/22 19:26
2014/07/22 19:26
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From shiny rats to hungry dogs and feather-weight astronauts to a Guatemalan infant -- a serial entrepreneur is born. Twenty-five-year Martinez resident Bob Fritz, 61, has long since graduated from...
2014/07/20 22:57
2014/07/20 22:57
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Marin Clean Energy is continuing to grow, despite proposed state legislation that could place limits on that growth. Marin Clean Energy, the first successful attempt in California to launch a new,...
2014/07/20 08:14
2014/07/20 08:14
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Chaminade and Harvard-Westlake likely won’t see one another on the court again until the Mission League girls basketball schedule in January, but they demonstrated Saturday their two showdowns will be...
2014/07/19 04:07
2014/07/19 04:07
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One, four-foot tall jack rabbit in Vacaville has multiplied into 25 of the four-footed fiberglass friends and it won't be long before they're scattered and popping up around the city. The colony of...
2014/07/31 05:07
2014/07/31 05:07
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