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Recent articles by Carlos:

Davis native set to compete on Fox’s Ultimate Tag

Unless you’re into celebrity golf matches, European soccer, or Korean baseball, sports have been hard to come by. → Read More

Wolves baseball seniors all had unfinished plans this season

Woodland High School has traditionally been a baseball school. Sure, other sports are loved, but baseball has always had a special place in the heart of the Woodland community. → Read More

Trustees appoint new Woodland High principal

Woodland High School finally has a new principal. At the Woodland School District Special Board Meeting on Wednesday, the Board of Trustees approved the appointment of Peter Lambert to the position… → Read More

Pioneer High students earn top 10 finish in regional environmental contest

Pioneer High School students Huilan Huang and Fernanda Tovar have earned top 10 placements in the 2020 Caring for Our Watersheds contest. → Read More

Velocity Island Park reopens with new safety measures

If you’re looking to get out of the house and do something new, either by yourself or with the family, then you’re in luck as Velocity Island Park is now open to the public — albeit in … → Read More

California districts could pursue teacher layoffs if new state budget cuts K-12 funding

School districts may have another opportunity to lay off teachers, which they normally cannot do after mid-May if the Legislature approves the budget cuts Gov. Gavin Newsom is proposing. → Read More

Woodland schools: Drive-through diploma pickups will have more celebratory feel

Thanks in part to Woodland School District staff and graduation planning committees — along with feedback from parents on social media — Woodland, Pioneer, and Cache Creek High Schools will have a … → Read More

Dunnigan fighter Anthony Hernandez gets his chance to shine

Instead of the grueling 15-hour difference he faced in China, Hernadez is set to fight three time zones away on Saturday when he squares off against Kevin Holland at UFC on ESPN: Overeem vs. Harris… → Read More

Woodland High School parents petition for traditional graduation ceremony

Parents of Woodland High School students are circulating an online petition in hopes of convincing the school board to reconsider their decision to hold virtual graduation ceremonies due to the cor… → Read More

Bee City USA landscaping project started in downtown Woodland

To remain committed as a “Bee City USA,” the city of Woodland has facilitated a pollinator-friendly Main Street beautification project scheduled for completion by next week. → Read More

Fourth & Hope essential workers honored – Daily Democrat

Fourth & Hope employees enjoyed a brief moment of free time and appreciation as they were celebrated with a car parade, honoring the work they have done. → Read More

Yolo County bats are no cause for concern

As the weather is warming, more and more bats will be returning to Yolo County from their winter migration. But is that a cause for concern for the area? → Read More

Pioneer track and field seniors all had something to compete for

The Pioneer varsity track and field team would have enjoyed what any other side in the country would have liked, a full season, or at least one last meet. → Read More

Yocha Dehe Golf Club to reopen Friday

Brooks, Calif. – For the first time in more than a month, golfers will be able to tee off at one of the region’s top golf courses this weekend. → Read More

Lifted restrictions mean more outdoor time

The outdoor activities are now possible after Yolo County’s Health Officer issued an amended order Friday, allowing specified outdoor recreation activities, but requiring members of the publi… → Read More

Wolves were hoping to build off of a rough season

After a disappointing campaign last season for the Woodland High School varsity softball team, second-year head coach Paul Vietti had high hopes and a plan in order to bounce back and establish a n… → Read More

Woodland School Board provides update on graduation ceremonies

The board will hold a special meeting on Wednesday, April 29, in hopes of passing a resolution on how to hold a graduation ceremony. Trustees will begin developing guidelines to provide to school s… → Read More

Cardinals will miss out on chance for three-peat

The Woodland Christian varsity softball team and their three senior stars had one goal this season, to make it to the championship game one last time. → Read More

Two Woodland athletes awarded A. Dale Lacky Scholarships

Despite a lost season which included a quick preseason and no league play, two Woodland athletes salvaged something from this year after being awarded a pair of California Interscholastic Federatio… → Read More

Patriots senior softball players had high goals for the season

After the Patriots finished last season in a three-way tie for second place in the Golden Empire League along with Mira Loma and Dixon all knotted up with a 6-4 record, Pioneer felt they had unfini… → Read More