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It’s hard when you can’t gather at your gathering place

365体育投注One of the great comforts during personal challenges is to fall back on your friends. Getting together with your best buddy, having lunch with the girls, maybe even just talking with your favorite bartender can do wonders when you’re faced with tough times. But with the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic, those avenues have been […]

Blue Devil football: ‘It’s a totally different time’

365体育投注* Editor’s note: This is the second in a two-part series looking at everything that is Davis youth and high-school football during the strange days of the COVID-19 pandemic. Today, DHS head coach Steve Smyte talks about the adjustments and cautions in his Blue Devil program. While sports around the world are running in place, […]

Popular youth coach takes over Blue Devil JV football

Paul Hasson, one of the driving forces in the resurrection of local youth football, has taken the reins of the Davis High junior varsity team. Hasson — a former UC Davis fullback with almost a decade of service to the Davis Junior Blue Devils — succeeds longtime mentor Mike Satre.

Rancho Yolo: Closer than ever during tough times

In an unsettling era of social distancing, there is one community in Davis that is staying closer than ever. Rancho Yolo, a mobile home park for retirement-aged folks off Pole Line Road, has long been a tight-knit enclave that through its owners association has provided recreational, utilitarian and self-improvement services.

Virus throws a curve at MLB, Davis’ Kreidler

365体育投注Just when it was getting good, the game was called on Ryan Kreidler. The former Davis High and UCLA baseball standout had gone 2 for 5 in a seven-game stint with the Detroit Tigers in Lakeland, Fla. Kreidler was coming off a grand slam against the Yankees and getting a handle on how veterans like […]

Gallaudet: It’s safe to eat breakfast

“I get up every morning and read the obituary column. If my name’s not there, I eat breakfast,” comedian George Burns once said. Dying in 1996, Burns lived to be 100 years old. A year after Burns was born, The Davisville Enterprise — all four pages of a once-a-week flyer — was born. In these […]

Bruce Gallaudet: What can we fall back on now?

365体育投注As it relates to the coronavirus, the world has smelled smoke for almost two months now. Once those flames were finally detected, prevention and how to quarantine existing hot pockets of the disease became  political and don’t-blame-me footballs. History will help us understand at whose feet the cause of the spread of this pandemic will […]

Accolades come in bunches to UC Davis women

When conference officials made the decision on Tuesday not to allow fan attendance in this week’s Big West men’s and women’s basketball tournaments at Long Beach State and Honda Center, it was a call that was made from a standpoint of extreme environmental health caution.

Can third time be the charm for Aggie men?

Two games, two UC Davis losses, a 3-point differential with Hawaii. Can the third time be the charm for the fifth-seed Aggies as they open their Big West Tournament fortunes against the No. 4 Rainbow Warriors on Thursday at 8:30 p.m. at the Honda Center? And does UCD head coach Jim Les try to erase […]

Brynton Lemar remembers Aggie Big West run, NCAA berth

Former UC Davis swingman Brynton Lemar was a key ingredient in the Aggies’ 2017 march into their first NCAA Division I Big Dance. Lemar scored 20 points in that season’s Big West title game against UC Irvine — a 50-47 victory that avenged a 30-point loss to the Anteaters a week before. Since, San Diego […]

Finding the right niche is a key for Blue Devil track and field

365体育投注* Editor’s note: This continues an Enterprise series on spring sports at Davis High School. Coaches know that, early in a season, teams are often a work in progress. Basketball coaches deal with a roster of maybe 16 and often scratch their heads as to who fits where. Baseball managers at the high school level […]

Bruce Gallaudet: I still feel bad about that 3rd-grade poster

Once upon a time, there was a third-grade boy who won first place for a fire-prevention poster. His prize was joining a select field trip to the new Marineland of the Pacific, an oceanarium on Palos Verdes Peninsula in Southern California. Marineland opened a year before Disneyland and this field trip would include lunch and […]

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