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Greek festival to be held at Sacramento Community Center Sept. 2-4

Festival to relocate to east Sacramento church grounds in 2017

By LANCE ARMSTRONG East Sacramento News writer Lance@valcomnews.com The Greek Orthodox Church of the Annunciation will hold its 53rd annual Greek Festival at the Sacramento Convention Center during Labor Day weekend. The More »

70th annual Japanese Cultural and Food Bazaar to be held August 13-14

70th annual Japanese Cultural and Food Bazaar to be held August 13-14

By LANCE ARMSTRONG Land Park News writer Lance@valcomnews.com A capital city tradition returns on Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 13 and 14, as the Buddhist Church of Sacramento will present its 70th annual More »

Two international pro rugby players get lavish Land Park treatment

Two international pro rugby players get lavish Land Park treatment

By Monica Stark editor@valcomnews.com International pro rugby players Alex Hodgkinson and Josh Pinn both arrived to Sacramento on Monday, May 16 to meet fellow teammates of the Sacramento Express, a professional American More »

Renown artist establishes herself in East Sac

Renown artist establishes herself in East Sac

By Pat Lynch Widely lauded artist, Marsha Schindler, once commissioned by former California First Lady, Maria Shriver, to create a 35-foot mural for the governor’s office, is moving to East Sacramento. Here, More »

Blind Carmichael resident becomes renowned chiropractor

Blind Carmichael resident becomes renowned chiropractor

When Dr. Paul Peterson of Carmichael was diagnosed with juvenile macular degeneration at age 6, his optimistic father – a farmer from a small town in Iowa – said, “You may have More »

 

Life in the Village #5 Leaving our Old Neighborhood

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By Jan Dalske East Sacramento News When we climbed into our family sedan, I noticed one of my dad’s friends from his work was driving. My mother did not have a driver’s license. She was in the back seat with

Troop 259 Welcomes Three New Eagles to the Eagles’ Nest

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By Bill Kirk On Saturday, Aug. 13, three new Troop 259 Eagle Scouts, Ethan Kwong, Tariq Celeste and Damian Thomson, were honored at an Eagle Court of Honor ceremony at Elks Lodge No. 6 on Riverside Boulevard. It was a

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Greek festival to be held at Sacramento Community Center Sept. 2-4

Festival to relocate to east Sacramento church grounds in 2017

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By LANCE ARMSTRONG East Sacramento News writer Lance@valcomnews.com The Greek Orthodox Church of the Annunciation will hold its 53rd annual Greek Festival at the Sacramento Convention Center during Labor Day weekend. The three-day event will begin on Friday, Sept. 2

Teens Create Dreams: Talent show benefiting the Crisis Home Nursery set for Sunday at Kennedy

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By Kelsie Wong Special to the Pocket News According to American columnist Ben Carson, “Happiness doesn’t result from what we get, but from what we give.” When we help others, it makes us feel good inside knowing that we are

what’s happening east pocket/greenhaven?

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————————- THURSDAY, AUG. 18 LUAU AT THE ELKS LODGE, NO. 6:There will be a show and music by Doug Meredith. The dinner menu consists of Chinese chicken salad, Kaluau pork, steamed rice, macaroni salad, rolls and dessert, $30. Sales tax

What’s happening East Sacramento?

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————————————- APPLICATIONS FOR SAC STATE SPRING 2017 ADMISSION RUN AUG. 1-31: Prospective transfer students planning to attend Sacramento State for the Spring 2017 semester may start applying now. The application period runs through Wednesday, Aug. 31. The University is accepting

Opinion: Pokemon NO!

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By James Peyton     In a world full of trendiness, fads, reality TV, and 15 minutes of fame, most are probably not surprised by the trend known as Pokemon GO. This is a cell phone video game published by a

Koobs Nature Area Opens to the Public

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Where can I go with my family to enjoy and study nature in the Carmichael community?  The Koobs Nature Area offers many ways to have a meaningful interaction with nature.  It can be a family visiting and enjoying the nature

Annalee in Wonderland: Young immigrant advances life and beauty salon in Carmichael

Beautician to give free haircuts to seniors next month

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By Debbie Eto Born in Ho Chi Minh City (Southern Vietnam), Annalee Nguyen came to the United States in 2006 at the young age of 14. “In order to get my citizenship quickly, I was supposed to live with my