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This blog sacbee.com Web May 23, 2013 At least for today, Grange restaurant at 10th and J streets will be the leader of Sacramento's Farm-To-Free-Throw movement. That section of downtown will be high with Kings fever this afternoon, with a mighty
Tournament is in San Jose this weekend, with games Thursday and Saturday...Whether that was an impression created by Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson and other city officials or a reality doesn't much matter. Sleep Train is slowly eroding, beyond what
Her shots are frequently open shots because unbeaten Windward (32-0) has the No. Jordin Canada, who creates scoring opportunities. "She's always looking to pass first," Jaco said...Shooters' challenge An arena setting can be a challenge for a high
Ashby, who represents District One, the Natomas area, on the Sacramento City Council, said that she and her husband, Zac, and two sons, Nate and Tyus, are excited and looking forward to the new addition.
From the 49ers, Giants and A's to local high schools, it was a great year to be a sports fan, despite the turmoil surrounding the Kings. The 49ers nearly made it to the Super Bowl, but that didn't prevent a quarterback controversy; now they're
Crest general manager Sid Garcia-Heberger said changes in the way people watch independent films and the current renaissance of downtown's K Street have led the Crest's operators to rethink the theater's downstairs space, which now holds 168-seat and
Arena, had been classified as outdated and not fit to host the tournament, the Sacramento Bee reported late last y.
As Mayor Kevin Johnson embarks on four more years at the helm, FOX40 asked him about moving forward, moving without the Kings. ';Well, we don't wanna move on,'; the mayor said from his election celebration Tuesday night. And after the arean deal
Dale Carlsen, founder and chief executive of Sleep Train Mattress Centers, has heard the wisecracks and doesn't mind them. "It's fun, and it gives somebody something to joke about," Carlsen said at his Rocklin headquarters last week. "When they talk
The Sacramento Kings and Sleep Train Mattress Centers announced Monday they have signed a five-year deal to rename the team's Natomas arena for the West Coast bedding chain. Dale Carlsen, founder and CEO of Sleep Train, based in Rocklin, said the