Tag Archives: Oregon

Sacramento Musical Dinner Theatre to make debut July 11-12

Note: This is part three of a three part series about 1970 John F. Kennedy High School graduate Steve Masone and his involvement with theatrical productions. This month marks a very special time for Steve Masone, the 1970 John F.

Janey Way Memories #124: A Chance Encounter

In fall of 1969, I completed my advanced infantry training at Fort Lewis, Washington. Two weeks later, I boarded a plane headed for Germany, my next duty station. After three days at the 29th Replacement battalion in Frankfurt Germany, I

18 St. Francis student-athletes commit to university sports teams

St. Francis High School had 18 student-athletes sign National Letters of Intent or commitments to play sports next fall at colleges and universities across the country. They were celebrated with a ceremony at the school today to highlight their outstanding

Wounded Warriors Sports Camp held locally

Fifteen veterans of the United States military made their way to Sacramento June 25-29 for the Wounded Warriors Sports Camp. The camp was put on by Disabled Sports USA Far West, and 2013  marked the eighth annual camp, which is

Dyer-Kelly teacher turns chance encounter into lasting literacy lesson

As Erin Cassady Sims lugged her new tree out of the lot for the holiday season, an attendant ran after her with an item that had fallen behind: Out of the tree had dropped a green-and-white notecard with a short

All aboard?! Dogs take flight to no-kill Idaho rescue

All aboard!? Beautiful weather was expected as 19 dogs took flight on Friday, March 29. They were probably going to be euthanized at Front Street, but they got on a plane and flew to Boise, Idaho. Seventeen of them are

East Sacramento centenarian discovers classic family photos

For someone who has lived as many years as East Sacramento resident Genevieve Cobb, it is surprising to many people how little she owns. But fortunately, a small collection of photographs from the early part of Genevieve’s life are among her

Sacramento resident calls the shots as he sees them in the Pac-10

  David Lambros has interesting weekends every fall – he officiates at Pac-10 football games as a referee. A retired police officer, he dons his zebra stripes, whistle and yellow flag and travels to the games. “I take it seriously.