Publication: Davis Enterprise

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Future of PG and E facility still uncertain

WINTERS — Officials believe there’s about an 85 percent chance that PG&E will decide to build its state-of-the-art natural gas line training facility in Winters, but the utility hasn’t yet made its decision.Winters residents, businesses and city staff ... [Published Davis Enterprise - 14 hours ago]
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So you want to be an entomologist?

Open housesSaturday, Sept. 27: “How to Be an Entomologist,” 1-4 p.m.Sunday, Nov. 23: “Insect Myths,” 1-4 p.m.Saturday, Dec. 20: “Insects and Art,” 1-4 p.m.Sunday, Jan. 11: “Parasitoid Palooza,” 1-4 p.m.Sunday, Feb. 8: “Biodiversity Museum Day,” noon-4 ... [Published Davis Enterprise - 14 hours ago]
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MIND Institute hosts lecture on Down syndrome

Katheleen Gardiner, the Anna and John J. Sie Professor of Genetics at the University of Colorado, Denver, will discuss “Cognitive Deficits in Down Syndrome: The Underlying Molecular Concepts,” during the first UC Davis MIND Institute Distinguished Lecturer ... [Published Davis Enterprise - 14 hours ago]
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University Farm Circle presents scholarships at Annual Tea

DetailsWhat: University Farm Circle’s Annual TeaWhen: 4-6 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 8Where: Buehler Alumni & Visitors Center on the UC Davis campusWhy: So women of all ages can meet new friends and UFC’s scholarship recipients and learn about UFC programs ... [Published Davis Enterprise - 15 hours ago]
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Assembly candidates will be at Woodland forum

The League of Women Voters of Woodland will host Assembly candidates Charlie Schaupp, a Republican from Esparto, and Bill Dodd, a Democrat from Napa, at a candidates forum at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 30, at the Woodland Community & Senior Center, 2001 East ... [Published Davis Enterprise - 15 hours ago]
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Cuban author will visit UC Davis

Mylene Fernández-Pintado, author of “A Corner of the World,” translated by Dick Cluster, will speak at UC Davis at noon Thursday, Oct. 9, in 273 Social Science and Humanities. Her talk is sponsored by the Hemispheric Institute on the Americas at UCD.Fernández-Pintado’s ... [Published Davis Enterprise - 15 hours ago]
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Baha’is of Woodland host discussion, meal

Baha’is of Woodland invites the public to join a discussion titled “Forces of Light and Darkness” at 6:30 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 28.A meal and refreshments will be served. For directions, call 530-661-1985 or 530-756-111 ... [Published Davis Enterprise - 15 hours ago]
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Former local resident brings BeWell Expo to Sacto

Several Davis businesses will be featured at the BeWell Expo 2014, which will run from noon to 5 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 5, at the Scottish Rite Center, 6151 H St. in Sacramento.Diane Buccola, a former El Macero resident, is producing this show, which was launched ... [Published Davis Enterprise - 15 hours ago]
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A winning combination: video games + science

Can video games be used to design therapeutics, novel bio-based products and educate a new generation of scientists?This question will be explored by UC Davis scientist Justin B. Siegel, who will lead a discussion on how cutting-edge scientific computing ... [Published Davis Enterprise - 15 hours ago]
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Volunteers are trained to help with train questions

Some people think of trains as a form of transportation from another era, but don’t tell that to the dozens of Davis riders who take the Capitol Corridor to the Bay Area for work or pleasure every day, or to those who head east to jobs in Sacramento, ... [Published Davis Enterprise - 15 hours ago]
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Driver arrested for DUI after Saturday morning crash

Davis police arrested a drunken driver after he crashed his car into a utility pole at Covell Boulevard and Oak Avenue on Saturday morning.Police Cpl. Eric Labbe said witnesses reported hearing a “crunching sound” about 9 a.m., after John Elms, 62, of ... [Published Davis Enterprise - 17 hours ago]
Entities: John Elms, Police, Witness
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Wise words

Students gather for the dedication of a tile mural on the Birch Lane Elementary School playground, created with the help of Davis artist Heidi Bekebrede. The mural offers sage advice from the Kelso program to help children resolve minor disputes, such ... [Published Davis Enterprise - 17 hours ago]

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MIND Institute hosts lecture on Down syndrome [Published Davis Enterprise - 14 hours ago]
So you want to be an entomologist? [Published Davis Enterprise - 14 hours ago]
Future of PG and E facility still uncertain [Published Davis Enterprise - 14 hours ago]
Assembly candidates will be at Woodland forum [Published Davis Enterprise - 15 hours ago]
University Farm Circle presents scholarships at... [Published Davis Enterprise - 15 hours ago]
Volunteers are trained to help with train quest... [Published Davis Enterprise - 15 hours ago]
A winning combination: video games + science [Published Davis Enterprise - 15 hours ago]
Former local resident brings BeWell Expo to Sacto [Published Davis Enterprise - 15 hours ago]
Baha’is of Woodland host discussion, meal [Published Davis Enterprise - 15 hours ago]
Cuban author will visit UC Davis [Published Davis Enterprise - 15 hours ago]
Wise words [Published Davis Enterprise - 17 hours ago]
Driver arrested for DUI after Saturday morning ... [Published Davis Enterprise - 17 hours ago]
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