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

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 […]

UC Davis Health publishes lessons from first coronavirus patient

365体育投注On Feb. 26, the UC Davis Medical Center in Sacramento announced that it was treating the first case of community-acquired COVID-19 in the United States. The patient had neither traveled to a high-risk country nor come into contact with a person known to have the virus. Her case, which made headlines nationwide, was an early […]

UCD engineers respond to COVID-19 challenges

365体育投注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 […]

Yolo’s confirmed cases up to 25, but shelter-in-place may be working

365体育投注Yolo County’s 25 confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus are just the tip of the iceberg, according to health officials, but there are very early indications that the county’s shelter-in-place order is making a difference in slowing the surge of cases. Those were two of the messages the Yolo County Board of Supervisors received during […]

Davis public schools to remain closed through at least May 1

365体育投注On Tuesday, March 31, Superintendent John Bowes announced that the Davis public schools will remain closed until early May due to the concerns about Coronavirus. In his message to the community, Bowes stated, “This decision has been made after close consultation and coordination with Yolo County Public Health, Yolo County Office of Education and other […]

Davis school board to hear updates on COVID virus response, Measure G vote, and local school bond financing

The Davis school board will discuss three very current topics when the trustees meet at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 2: * There will be a staff update on the Davis school district’s response to the COVID-19 virus situation. Davis public schools remain closed through May 1, and Gov. Gavin Newsom has indicated that he […]

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 […]

Woodland shooting leaves truck, building damaged

365体育投注A man reported being shot at, but not injured, in the latest of a rash of shootings in Woodland, police said. The investigation, which is ongoing, began at about 10:30 p.m. Friday when dispatchers received multiple reports of shots fired in the areas of Armfield Avenue and East Street, as well as Yolano Drive and […]

Scam alert: Beware of fraudulent utility contacts

The city of Davis has issued a warning to local residents, advising them to be aware of a statewide increase in scams seeking personal information from utility customers. “Cities and water/wastewater agencies in California have reported that scammers have targeted area utility customers via phone, mail and email asking for personal information or to demand […]

COVID-19: Yolo food assistance needs increase — and so does volunteerism

365体育投注Food-assistance programs experience a steady demand even under everyday circumstances. Add to that a public-health crisis that boosts that need, yet also restricts contact between employees, volunteers and the clients they serve. That’s what’s happening Yolo County, where local emergency food providers are maintaining their services — and in some cases expanding them — while […]

Bob Dunning: The junior high kids just might be insulted

THE SHOW MUST GO ON … our beloved Davis City Council used Zoom the other night to “video conference” with our quarantined citizens only to find out that some bad actors thought this would be a great time to have some off-color fun … the council, however, had no idea who was out there zooming […]

Confirmed coronavirus cases jump to 24 in Yolo County

Yolo County confirmed eight more cases of the novel coronavirus on Monday, bringing the total number of positive tests here to 24. One person has died. All eight cases reported Monday involved adults — four of whom were over age 65 — who contracted the virus through community exposure and are isolating at home. No additional […]

Downtown Davis: Business, but not as usual

365体育投注As the Davis city council passes economic relief measures amid the COVID-19 pandemic, restaurants in Downtown Davis struggle to adjust their business models to fit the evolving situation. Dahlia Kraus reports on this story. Available on Apple Podcasts. Additional subscription options available at The Blue Devil Hub website. Host & Producer: Iris Harshaw, Assistant Producer: […]

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