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Opinion: Pokemon NO!

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

Former mayors, other notables memorialized at East Lawn Memorial Park

Editor’s Note: This is part 12 in a series about the rich history of and associated with East Sacramento’s award-winning East Lawn Memorial Park. East Lawn Memorial Park, as has been presented in other articles of this series, serves as

Atrium resident shows proof of her Mayflower lineage

Shirley Ruth Payne is proud of her heritage. Tracing back her ancestry, the 86-year-old Atrium resident has come to find out she is a descendant of Mayflower boarders. After many trips to the San Francisco Genealogy Family History Library, Payne

American Red Cross to celebrate 130 years of service

The American Red Cross, the world-renowned, disaster relief, volunteer-led organization with a Sacramento chapter since 1898, is about to celebrate a special anniversary. It was on May 21, 1881, thus nearly 130 years ago, that the ARC was founded by