Sarah Dowling, The Daily Democrat

Sarah Dowling

The Daily Democrat

Woodland, CA, United States

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Recent articles by Sarah:

Coronavirus: Burger Saloon in Woodland eases into reopening

“It is not often your whole industry gets leveled,” Lombardi said while seated in the empty dining room of the downtown business. → Read More

Davis author shares ‘conscious’ approach to teaching

Deborah Poulos spent decades in the classroom, teaching various grades in school districts across Northern California. → Read More

Woodland Veterinary Hospital adjusts to coronavirus

Woodland Veterinary Hospital continues to treat pets amid COVID-19. → Read More

Yolo County nonprofits need ‘Big Day’ more than ever

While many Yolo County businesses were shutting down, many local nonprofits ramped up their efforts due to the coronavirus. This is why this year’s Big Day of Giving is an important one. → Read More

Woodland Library making masks in makerspace

When Trina Camping first learned of the coronavirus pandemic — a crisis that caused the closure of the Woodland Library and hundreds of other businesses across Yolo County — her first thought was “… → Read More

Yolo County Fair remains up in the air

Fair CEO Bart Vannucci said he is waiting on official orders from Gov. Gavin Newsom to cancel the 5-day event in August — a decision other fair directors have made across California. → Read More

Woodland’s wedding industry adjusts to COVID-19

The wedding industry in Woodland is adjusting to the changes brought on by the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Coronavirus: Animal adoptions on the rise at Yolo County shelter

Yolo County animals find new homes amid coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Yolo County Courthouse continues to change practices amid coronavirus

As thousands of residents remain in their homes due to COVID-19, staff at the Yolo County Superior Courthouse continue business as usual — with some major changes. → Read More

How Yolo County libraries are adapting amid coronavirus

The Woodland Public Library closed to the public on March 17. However, this does not mean services have stopped. → Read More

Yolo County justice system adjusts to coronavirus

Yolo Superior Court staff are using video and telephone appearances as much as possible to conduct business. → Read More

Yolo County theater groups wait out coronavirus

As California residents continue to shelter in place due to the coronavirus, local theater groups are having to adapt. → Read More

Coronavirus creates new reality for pets and pet-related businesses

While people continue to adjust to social distancing in light of COVID-19 there is another group affected — our pets. → Read More

New interim principal named for Woodland High School

Woodland High School students will have a new principal on campus starting Monday morning. → Read More

Children’s librarian Sara Vickers starts new chapter in Woodland

In the midst of summer reading, the Woodland Public Library welcomed a new children’s librarian to their staff. → Read More

Woodland staple Morgan’s Mill expanding to Sacramento – Daily Democrat

Morgan’s Mill owner James Morgan decided to take a chance on a second location in downtown Sacramento. → Read More

Auditions, artist talks and architecture

The Winters Theatre Company is holding auditions for a very special dinner theatre musical version of “Robin Hood” on Monday, March 23 and Wednesday, March 25 at 7:30 p.m. at the Winters Community … → Read More

Principal Maria Martinez leads Sci-Tech into future

For Maria Martinez, making the transition from teacher to principal at Sci-Tech Academy was only natural. → Read More

‘Of Mice and Men’ opens at the Woodland Opera House – Daily Democrat

The Woodland Opera House is taking on the John Steinbeck classic “Of Mice and Men,” which opens Friday night. → Read More

Dirty Cello plays The Palms Playhouse for Valentine’s Day show – Daily Democrat

Rebecca Roudman decided it was time for her to step into the spotlight. The classically trained cellist spent years in the background, playing with orchestras and backing up other musicians. “I got… → Read More