Sarah Dowling, The Daily Democrat

Sarah Dowling

The Daily Democrat

Woodland, CA, United States

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Past articles by Sarah:

Farewells and accolades at Woodland Chamber Dinner

Kristy Wright devoted 39 years to the Woodland Chamber of Commerce, serving in several different roles. She served as CEO from 2000 to 2020 before transitioning to a semi-retired role as the member… → Read More

Next phase underway for Woodland’s East Beamer Way housing project

City officials and local stakeholders got their first glimpse of the next phase of a multi-million dollar housing project aimed at helping Woodland’s homeless population. → Read More

Woodland Weekly Police Report

This is a synopsis of reports provided by the Woodland Police Department and does not include all calls or arrests or some cases which are under active investigation. → Read More

Woodland City Council OKs next steps for housing project

An effort to bring dozens of permanent supportive housing units to the growing East Beamer Way campus took another step forward this week. → Read More

Art across Davis: Galleries, events, culture span city

Crisscrossing the streets of Davis, it won’t take long for one to stumble across a mural, a sculpture or a gallery featuring all of the above. → Read More

PHOTOS: Woodland hosts Floating Pumpkin Patch

Kris Bain, community services program manager, noted the event was a new twist on a traditional pumpkin patch during the fall season. → Read More

Yolo County recovers after downpour

Woodland was drenched with rain after a storm worked its way through Northern California on Sunday. → Read More

Woodland’s Dinner on Main organizers reflect on event, look ahead to next year

“Absolutely every dinner has been really successful, and each in their own way,” Woodland’s Dinner on Main Executive Director Linda Henigan said. → Read More

Woodland’s Dinner on Main steps up, delivers hope during pandemic

Modeled after “Family Meals Sacramento,” the concept of “Yolo Delivers HOPE” is a simple one with a trickling impact. Monies donated from sponsors and individuals are given to local restaurants, wh… → Read More

Woodland’s Dinner on Main creates Edible Learning Garden, uses space for signature event

The garden, which was unveiled to the community in September 2018, has recently served another purpose — a series of dinners under the stars. → Read More

Construction nears completion at new Northern Valley Indian Health clinic in Woodland

The $4.4 million, 20,000-square-foot facility being built by Slater & Son will offer a variety of health services to the community. → Read More

Woodland’s Dinner on Main changes format, continues to highlight local restaurants

Making Woodland’s Dinner on Main Street a reality involved conversations with local chefs, farmers, and city officials who embraced the idea, which after months of planning came to fruition in Sept… → Read More

Thirsty Goat celebrates birthday and First Fridays return

This Saturday the Thirsty Goat, Woodland’s rustic neighborhood bar, is revving up to throw the best birthday bash to celebrate five years. → Read More

Milestones and the return of Woodland’s Winefest

Downtown Woodland business Stirred, Not Shaken celebrated its first anniversary this week. → Read More

Last chance to catch Yolo Summerfest

The event, which opened last week, will be going from 4 p.m. to 11 p.m. through Sunday. → Read More

Séka Hills offers tastings, atmosphere

A stone’s throw from Cache Creek Casino Resort, Capay Valley visitors can experience something else the Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation has to offer — wine and olive oil tastings. → Read More

Good Humus grows despite challenges

Like many California farmers, the effects of the coronavirus pandemic are still a pressing concern. Even though California dropped many of its COVID-19 restrictions in June, the ripple effects on b… → Read More

Full Belly Farm owner talks challenges

While California lifted many of its COVID-19 restrictions in June, signifying some return to normalcy, there are still challenges ahead. → Read More

Woodland closures, both temporary and permanent

Staff at the Thirsty Goat announced a temporary closure due to COVID-19 concerns. → Read More

Courthouse branch of Bella Bean Coffee reopens

After closing its doors in September 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic, Woodland’s Bella Bean Coffee is coming back — but only to its kiosk within the Yolo County Courthouse. → Read More