Category Archives: Inside Our Newspapers
By Corky Oakes Is the thrill truly gone? Timeless Thrills at 3714 J Street doesn’t think so. The website says, “Timeless Thrills® is an independent brand based out of Sacramento, California” that “aims to produce quality goods made in the
By Monica Stark email@example.com Chris Bright, CEO of zpizza, announced that the pizza company will open at 6601 Folsom Blvd. come October 2016. Chris put a call out on social media looking for investors, as the pizza company has partnered
By Monica Stark firstname.lastname@example.org “But the Hebrew word, the word timshel—‘Thou mayest’— that gives a choice. It might be the most important word in the world. That says the way is open. That throws it right back on a man.
By Jessie Ryan In 1984, pledging to break the glass ceiling, Walter Mondale selected the first woman to run for Vice President on a major party ticket. I was 6 years-old and my struggling single Mother braved the sweltering 100
By Leigh Stephens Jeff says he bought a $3,000 ladies’ Rolex watch for $10. Having come from the yard sale where he bought the watch, he went to the sale down the street, asking people to verify the watch was
By LANCE ARMSTRONG Pocket News writer Lance@valcomnews.com Christine McCall, a 27-year resident of the Pocket and a longtime advocate for the safety and protection of wildlife, is currently on a mission to prevent further deaths of wild Canada geese on
Story by Monica Stark; photos by Stephen Crowley email@example.com First Sac State, then Phil Angelides’ house on 13th Avenue in Land Park: The 42nd President of the United States Bill Clinton took to Sacramento to shed light on Hillary Clinton’s
The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation has teamed up with Beers In Sacramento to bring the first Brew For A Cure to William Land Park on Saturday, June 11. The Land Park community has a long history of supporting charitable causes
Event has additional significance for Japanese American classmates By LANCE ARMSTRONG Land Park News writer Lance@valcomnews.com Graduates of Lincoln Junior High School’s winter and summer classes of 1940 recently gathered together in South Land Park for their 76th anniversary reunion.