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UCD engineers respond to COVID-19 challenges

By Aditi Risbud Bartl Special to The Enterprise Anticipating a scarcity of medical devices and a lack of treatment options for COVID-19, engineering researchers at the University of California, Davis, are investigating innovative technology to manufacture masks, ventilators and other critical equipment. In collaboration with the UC Davis School of Medicine, development engineer Steven Lucero, who […]

Commentary: What you can do to help

365体育投注As frontline providers mobilizing to fight an invisible enemy, and care for you, our community, we want you to know the truth. These are very difficult times. At the time of writing this column, there are more than 163,000 COVID-19 cases in the United States and almost 2,900 deaths. In our own Yolo County there […]

Valley Clean Energy donates to Yolo Food Bank

365体育投注Valley Clean Energy has donated $2,500 to the Yolo Food Bank in the hope that others might also contribute during this pandemic. “We all need to work together to provide the most basic needs to members of our communities,” said Don Saylor, a Yolo County supervisor who chairs the VCE board of directors. “This is […]

UCD Student Farm keeps working to feed community

By Diane Nelson Special to The Enterprise A half-dozen people wear orange plastic gloves and keep their distance from each other as they harvest lettuce, kale, beets and other crops at the UC Davis Student Farm. Their bounty will help feed the Davis community in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic. “Like everyone else, we’re trying […]

Marrone gets green light from SEC on stock resale

Marrone Bio Innovations Inc., a Davis-based provider of environmentally responsible pest management and plant health products, announced today that its Form S-1 resale registration statement relating to the potential resale of shares of common stock has been declared effective by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. “This registration statement was filed to comply with the […]

Travis Credit Union Foundation raises funds for fight against COVID-19

365体育投注The Travis Credit Union Foundation is responding to the COVID-19 public health crisis by raising funds for local service organizations that are providing support and resources to individuals and families impacted by the virus. While suspending business operations and implementing self-quarantine and shelter-in-home practices are necessary to keep the virus from spreading, these changes to […]

Yolobus service reduced during shelter-in-place order

In response to the COVID-19 shelter-in-place order, Yolobus offers reduced service effective March 30 until further notice. Yolobus continues to operate because many essential workers use Yolobus to get to jobs and others use bus service for essential travel included in the shelter-in-place mandates to secure food, health care, meals, safety and medical necessities. The […]

Drain after the rain to prevent mosquitoes

365体育投注The weekend rain has left behind a lot of stagnant water. Since temperatures are expected to increase over the next few days, this can create the perfect combination for mosquitoes to breed. The Sacramento-Yolo Mosquito and Vector Control District reminds the public to “drain after the rain” to prevent mosquitoes from breeding. “It’s been a […]

Rate discounts available for VCE customers through PG&E

No one expected to see days quite like this. And for some of us, it’s beginning to feel as though we’ll have a tough time keeping our heads above water as our economies and paychecks adjust to this pandemic. That’s why Valley Clean Energy representatives want to be sure that local residents are aware of […]

First Northern Bank announces COVID-19 Customer Support Plan

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to develop, First Northern Bank’s top priority is the safety and well-being of its customers, employees and communities. Everyone is pulling together to make this difficult time run as smoothly as possible. The bank has taken prudent steps to ensure its branches and loan offices can remain open during this […]

Davis Community Meals and Housing continuing services during COVID-19 crisis

Providing food, housing and services to many of the most vulnerable in the community has been the mission of Davis Community Meals and Housing since 1991 and it continues to be its mission today. The nonprofit is continuing the meals program at Episcopal Church of St. Martin at 5:45 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays and 11:30 […]

Frances C. McPherson

365体育投注May 25, 1927 — March 20, 2020 A resident of Howell, Mich., for 50 years, Frances (Francie) C. McPherson died on March 20, 2020, in Ventura. Though she lived in California for the last 20 of her 92 years, she always considered Howell home. Howell was where she raised her family, devoted herself to civic […]

Local builder invests in green building principles

Local builder John Eisele may very well be a diamond in the rough. A true and true local, the owner of Eisele Construction Inc. has been building for the 21st Century  for almost 30 years and has gone almost unnoticed. Raised in Davis, Eisele has been building for the 21st century while amassing knowledge in the […]

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