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  The Sacramento Bee - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Sacramento Bee is one of the four largest newspapers in California (alongside the San Francisco Chronicle, The Orange County Register and the Los Angeles Times), with a circulation of 295,304 daily and 348,494 Sunday with distribution in the Sacramento Valley and its surrounding areas.
Although the Bee soon surpassed the Union in popularity, the Union survived until its closing in 1994, leaving the Sacramento Bee to be the longest running newspaper in Sacramento's history.
Although the first editor of the Sacramento Bee was Rollin Ridge, James McClatchy took over the position by the end of the first week.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/The_Sacramento_Bee   (363 words)

 Sacramento Bee - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Under the name The Daily Bee, the first issue of the newspaper was published on February 3, 1857, proudly boasting that "the object of [the Sacramento Bee] is not only independence, but permanence." At this time, the Bee was in competition with The Sacramento Union, a newspaper founded in 1851.
Although the Bee soon surpassed the Union in popularity, the Union survived until its closing in 1996, leaving the Sacramento Bee to be the longest running newspaper in Sacramento's history.
Although the first editor of the Sacramento Bee was famed journalist, soon took over the position by the end of the first week.
www.chico.us /project/wikipedia/index.php/Sacramento_Bee   (295 words)

 Sacramento News   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Sacramento -- Members of the state Senate Education Committee expressed annoyance Wednesday and demanded to know why the University of California has failed to fully disclose its pay practices and follow its...
The Sacramento Police Department says that one of the men charged with the murder of a Sacramento woman last December was the woman's husband.
SACRAMENTO Sacramento County Sheriff's Deputies are looking for the man responsible for stealing a woman's ATM card while at a bank in North Sacramento.
www.topix.net /city/sacramento-ca   (665 words)

 UC Davis News & Information :: In the News   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
On 18 days, the pollution was considered moderate, and on six days it was deemed unhealthy for sensitive people, such as babies, the elderly and folks with chronic illness.
Around Sacramento, spring and summer traditionally are considered pollution season, because that's when the sun's strong rays cook tailpipe emissions into an unhealthy stew of ozone.
Consider particulates, as well, and pollution season here is never-ending: It so happens that the period of high particulates in Sacramento comes in autumn and winter, opposite the season of high ozone.
www.news.ucdavis.edu /in_the_news/full_text/view_clip.lasso?id=9915   (1004 words)

 Sacramento Bee Obit
He was a tremendous force within our community and his influence was pivotal in the shaping of Sacramento.
Moss' shaping of Sacramento can be seen at the post office on Royal Oaks Drive that served as the city's main post office for years and which was pushed to completion by Moss; at Folsom Dam, which Moss fought for; and at the federal building and courthouse on Capitol Mall, which bears Moss' name.
Moss is survived by Jean Moss, his wife of 62 years; daughters, Jennifer Moss of San Francisco and Allison Moss of Sacramento; his brother, Henry Moss of Sacramento; and four grandchildren.
www.moss-fritch.com /sac_bee1.htm   (1201 words)

The Bee selects a book each month, every major bookstore in the area discounts it 30 percent, and the author comes in for a Bee-sponsored reading and book signing.
Bee circulators say their ability to get a newspaper on the reader’s doormat by 6:30 every morning has been a critical factor in The Bee’s growth.
Around the corner and up the escalator from Leadership Bee’s usual meeting room, McClatchy CEO Gary Pruitt is transforming what had been one of the country’s smaller newspaper groups into a major player.
www.readersfirst.com /virtuals/readersfirst/sacramento.html   (2152 words)

 SignOnSanDiego.com > News > State -- Inquiry can't verify 43 sources in Sacramento Bee columns
SACRAMENTO – A newspaper investigation of a former columnist for The Sacramento Bee could not verify 43 sources she used in a sampling of 12 years of her work.
Griego Erwin, who has said her resignation was for personal reasons, joined the Bee after a distinguished career at other newspapers.
The discrepancies in Griego Erwin's work were discovered after the Bee tightened its anonymous sources policy and questioned whether columnists were given too much latitude.
www.signonsandiego.com /news/state/20050628-0451-columnistresigns.html   (297 words)

 Northern California local news and information from The Sacramento Bee - sacbee.com
A Sacramento Fire Department station was so "sexist, elitist and arrogant" that a female firefighter became so overwhelmed with psychological problems that she couldn't continue to work, a Superior Court jury was told Thursday.
A former Sacramento fire captain has lost his bid to return to work after having been fired for cruising bars, drinking on duty and giving joy rides to women in his fire engine.
A 14-year-old boy has been arrested on suspicion of murder in the shooting death of a 28-year-old pregnant Sacramento woman who was gunned down in the parking lot of her workplace.
sacbee.com   (709 words)

 The Sacramento Bee -- sacbee.com -- Two different worlds
The greater Sacramento region is expected to grow by 50 percent from a 2000 population of 2.84 million to 4.27 million by 2025.
Currently this region's highest population densities occur in the City of Sacramento and the communities that extend eastward from it along interstate highways 5, 50 and 80; and in and near population centers like Yuba City and the cities of Woodland, Davis, Vacaville, Suisun City, Lodi, Stockton, Manteca and Tracy.
But, the percentage of single-parent families is particularly high in Sacramento County at 31 percent, while the percentage of married-parent families is highest in Placer County at 80 percent.
www.csus.edu /indiv/w/wassmerr/sacregdisp.htm   (1837 words)

 Sacramento Bee Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Pulitzer Prize-winning Bee reporter Tom Knudson, along with photographers José Luis Villegas and Erhardt Krause, traveled more than 6,000 miles, interviewed more than 140 people on both sides of the border and took numerous trips on the sea itself for this series.
But in a written response to The Bee, they said the sea is healthy and that overfishing, corruption and illegal fishing do not pose problems.
Mexico's official response -- faxed to the Bee last week -- said something quite different: that corruption is not a problem in the Sea of Cortez and that laws are routinely and adequately enforced by federal fishing agencies.
www.mexicofile.com /seaofcortezfoundation/sacramentobeeseries.htm   (16538 words)

 Oakland Athletics - sacbee.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Derrek Lee, who blossomed from a standout to a superstar with the Chicago Cubs last season, is expected to be named to the U.S. squad when rosters are announced this week.
To the casual observer, a glance at The Bee's A1 banner headline on Wednesday - "Spending on the rise" - might have been misconstrued as announing an article on baseball's winter spending spree.
Local high school and college events can be reported to The Bee at (916) 441-4100 or (800) 950-1400, by 9 p.m.
www.sacbee.com /content/sports/baseball/oak_athletics   (416 words)

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Sacramento's coroner said it was the popularity of an identification lanyard that convinced him to go into business.
A fl T-shirt labeled "Sacramento County Coroner," featuring a chalk body outline, goes for $15 and comes in sizes large, extra large and double extra large.
A small desk clock with "Sacramento County Coroner's Office" printed on the base is $5.
www.knoxstudio.com /shns/story.cfm?pk=CORONERSHOP-05-15-01&cat=AN   (480 words)

 Sacramento Bee Newspaper Subscription
The Sacramento Bee delivers comprehensive and in-depth news coverage that you can count on.
Reading the Sacramento Bee is an important part of the day for the city's most sophisticated residents.
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 Science Entertainment: In the Sacramento Bee!
Along the way were stops at an ashram in the Santa Cruz mountains and a stint as a go-go dancer -- "it was a dance club, not a strip club!" she stresses.
Williams' own journey toward physics was an unexpected one for a girl who did well in math until "the puberty bell rang," and then flunked high school algebra.
When the Auburn teenager made her way to California State University, Sacramento, in the early 1980s, she was initially drawn to philosophy.
www.scientainment.com /bee.html   (682 words)

 The Sacramento Bee Jobs at Sacbee.com/jobs   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The Sacramento Bee is a newspaper unit of The McClatchy Company, a diversified communications company headquartered in Sacramento.
The award-winning Sacramento Bee is one of the oldest, largest and best-known companies in the Sacramento area.
The Sacramento Bee's vision is to be the most valued regional news and information provider through superior performance in business and journalism.
283.careersite.com /candidate/processcandviewcompanyprofile?custId=9B471-0825   (369 words)

 Sacramento Bee   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
His claim was settled almost 11 months after Placer and Sacramento County sheriff's deputies raided his home and seized 13 marijuana plants from his garage, ignoring his pleas that the pot was legal.
But in April, after the Sacramento County district attorney dropped the charges for lack of evidence, he filed a claim with CGU, which has insured his home since 1995.
DeArkland, however, provided The Bee with correspondence he received from CGU in response to his claim.
www.marijuana.org /SacBee9-3-99.html   (671 words)

 Cost of foster-care abuse - $3.5 million in 13 months
The claims, which were obtained by The Bee after a public records act request for documents in October 1998, range in severity from an 8-year-old boy whose elbow was severely broken and permanently damaged to a 41/2-year-old girl who died three days after incurring blunt force head and body injuries.
The Bee filed a lawsuit against the state Social Services Department seeking the identities of the foster parents involved in the settled claims, but last week Sacramento County Superior Court Judge Lloyd Connelly ruled that state law prohibits such disclosure.
She has covered crime and social services and was one of five reporters who spent last year tracking the impact of family violence.
robtshepherd.tripod.com /lawsuits.html   (1017 words)

 Sacramento Bee
Taxpayers have a stake because the nursing-home route is the most expensive option in many cases, according to cost estimates.
The entire system is flawed, said Cynda Rennie, a Sacramento elder care consultant.
The Bee's Nancy Weaver Teichert can be reached at (916) 321-1058 or nteichert@sacbee.com.
www.carehomefinders.com /Sacbee.html   (966 words)

 'Serenity' seekers: What makes sci-fi fans go cosmic?
Sacramento resident Ellen Fernandez, 46, was hooked on "Firefly." But besides her husband, Fernandez couldn't find anyone else to talk to about the conformist Universal Alliance or the cannibalistic subhuman Reavers.
No one understood her attraction to the complex main character, Capt. Malcolm Reynolds, who leads the crew of the spaceship Serenity.
So last year, she started the Sacramento Browncoats, so named for the color worn by the losers of the civil war, including Reynolds.
www.azcentral.com /ent/movies/articles/0620serenity0620.html   (1337 words)

 KCRA.com - News - Sacramento Bee Cartoons Anger Firefighters
SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Firefighters from California to New York to London are upset with a Sacramento Bee cartoon, and some are suggesting a public demonstration to the newspaper to express their anger.
Because of the city's firefighter scandal, fire officials realize their department is fair game for editorial criticism; however, they're upset that images (pictured, right) from national disasters were used for parody.
The Sacramento Bee has received hundreds of complaints, but its editorial page editor, David Wolwerk, defends the cartoon, saying that using the iconic imagery makes it effective.
www.thekcrachannel.com /news/4105963/detail.html   (417 words)

 The Sacramento Bee -- sacbee.com -- Obituary: Ruth Cory Pritchard was advocate for women, children   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Ruth Cory Pritchard, a longtime fixture in Sacramento's public relations community, died Friday from the effects of lung cancer at Kaiser Permanente in south Sacramento at age 77.
In 1971 she married Alan Pritchard, a Bee editor and columnist and a former high school sweetheart.
Pritchard founded the Sacramento chapter of the National Women's Caucus and was campaign chair for Suzanne Paris, the first female state Senate candidate.
www.gabeanderson.com /nana/sacbee_stories/20020312_sacbeestory.html   (509 words)

 Sacramento Bee - newspaper in Sacramento, California USA covering Sacramento local news at Mondo Times
Sacramento Bee is a newspaper in Sacramento, California, USA covering general news.
Joyce Terhaar is the managing editor of the Sacramento Bee.
Sacramento Bee contact information is available to Mondo Times Advanced and Professional Members.
www.mondotimes.com /1/world/us/5/309/746   (118 words)

 RALEY'S EXPOSED! - SACRAMENTO BEE   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
While the Bee has arrogantly stated by their silence that they are the supreme power and decision maker of what news it brings forth in their newspaper, the Bee fails to realize that they have no control of what news is presented publicly-even if it is right out in front of their own office building.
Also, the Bee fails to realize that because they don't have any good ethics, they are unable to publish this story.
It would be appropriate for the Sacramento Bee to give their readers the truth about Raley's and their friends at Raley's, and how Raley's actually became successful.
www.raleysexposed.com /sacramento_bee   (1984 words)

 Sacramento Transportation Management Association, Sacramento TMA, Sacramento California
The Sacramento Transportation Management Association is an independent, non-profit membership association, representing 96 employers and helping more than 82,250 commuters find alternatives to commuting alone to work.
The TMA was founded in 1990 by employers that were concerned about the negative impact of Sacramento's traffic congestion and air pollution on their employees' commutes and quality of life.
If you work in the area from downtown Sacramento, east to Howe Avenue (Sac State) and 65th Street (SMUD and UCDMC), north to Richards Boulevard and south to Florin Road, (Kaiser South), you are eligible for Commuter Club incentives and awards.
www.sacramento-tma.org   (352 words)

 SacObserver.com [NEWS] Genealogy Society Salutes Black Warriors   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The African American Genealogy Society of Sacramento held its inaugural "Salute to the African American Soldier" showcase at a recent meeting, honoring African American men and women who have served in every war.
Sisters Denise and Delores Griggs received a certificate of appreciation from the African American Genealogy Society of Sacramento for their stepfather, Edward K. Atkinson, who served in the U.S. Air Force.
The group's meetings are open to the public from September to June, and held at 3 p.m.
www.sacobserver.com /news/010704/black_soldier_genealogy.shtml   (363 words)

 County of Sacramento, California, USA - Official Site
Midyear Budget Report Online – The 2005-2006 Midyear Budget Report for the County of Sacramento is now available on the Budget and Debt Management website.
Opening your heart and home– Portraits of Sacramento children who need adoptive homes are on display through the end of March at the County Administration Building at 700 H Street.
The photos are also available at the Sacramento Bee's website, and KVIE (Channel 6) will air a special about this “Heart Gallery” on March 8, 2006 at 7:00pm.
www.co.sacramento.ca.us   (408 words)

 Environment Inc.,Sacramento Bee,Tom Knudson   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
In this five-part series, Tom Knudson, The Bee's Pulitzer Prize-winning environmental reporter, examines the high-powered fund raising, the litigation and the public relations machine that has come to characterize much of the movement today.
His stories are based on exhaustive research conducted over 16 months with travel to 12 states and northern Mexico.
The Bee was among 10 finalists in the annual Associated Press Managing Editors contest for its series of stories about the business of the environmental movement, "Environment, Inc."
www.crowley-offroad.com /environment_inc.htm   (243 words)

 Sacramento Bee reporter fired for covering game off TV (phillyBurbs.com) | Baseball
SACRAMENTO - A Sacramento Bee sports reporter was fired for covering a San Francisco Giants baseball game off television rather than from the ballpark and not disclosing that fact to his editors, the paper said Wednesday.
He said the Bee was also checking whether Van Vliet used quotes from other news organizations without attribution in other stories.
The Bee announced the firing in a statement from Acuna on the front page of Wednesday's sports section.
www.phillyburbs.com /pb-dyn/news/103-08202003-145306.html   (329 words)

 sacramento bee   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
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