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Presenting Miss Sacramento County: El Camino High School English teacher Ashley Newman

San Juan Unified School District teacher Ashley Newman, 24, was crowned Miss Sacramento County at the 62nd Annual Miss Sacramento County Program held on Saturday, Feb. 9 at the New San Juan High School Theater. Newman is working on her

Sac State’s Katrina Currie wins Hearst Award

The path to a college degree is never easy. For Sacramento State’s Katrina Currie, it was an especially rough road, but a road that has paid off in more ways than one – most recently with the honor of a

Green, gold and entertaining

Sac State announces fall arts lineup Fall is almost here, and things are falling into place for another season of entertaining and thought-provoking performances and exhibits at Sacramento State, courtesy of the University’s arts programs. At the heart of the

Forum examines disaster and security preparedness

Representatives from Homeland Security, emergency response agencies, business and education will discuss policies and methods of disaster preparedness when Sacramento State hosts a special forum 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 2. Hosted by Emir Jose Macari, dean of the College

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.

Sac State piano series kicks off with Yu Kosuge

Sacramento State’s Piano Series kicks off with a performance by pianist Yu Kosuge on Saturday, Nov. 20. She will perform works by Ludwig van Beethoven, Tōru Takemitsu and the complete “Études, Opus 10” by Frédéric Chopin. The performance will begin

FeNAM pays tribute to composer

SACRAMENTO – This year’s Festival of New American Music at Sacramento State begins with a Nov. 4 tribute to composer Arthur Jarvinen, who died Oct. 2. Jarvinen was to have been this year’s keynote speaker. Rand Steiger, professor of music

The Guy A. West Memorial Bridge: Sacramento’s own ‘Golden Gate Bridge’

Just about everyone in Sacramento is familiar with the orange/gold-colored suspension bridge that gracefully spans across the American River, near Sacramento State University. But not everyone knows the name of this structure or why it received this name. Built in

Sacramento resident Ed Rivera discusses his lifelong passion for art

  Land Park resident Ed Rivera has had a lifelong love of art. At the lower right hand corner of a large mural that covers the majority of the exterior wall at the front of Sacramento State University’s Lassen Hall

Special community action: ‘Stand up to Falls’

A citywide campaign to keep local residents, especially seniors, safely on their feet moved to Sacramento’s south area this month with a four-hour “Stand Up to Falls” seminar at the South Land Park Community Center. Thirty seniors, including me and