As payment for but never actually their crucial services, they did anything. Still, I hated them. However, I am petty enough to dub them Beavis and Butt-Head for the purpose of telling this tale. What happened next was like a dream. He motioned for Bobby to throw him the football, which he immediately did because Ken was three years older.
Ken told Fish Eyes to go long and Fish Eyes started sprinting. It hit the Davis Drive pavement and the cassette door broke off and the tape bounced out. It was magical to behold. The driver got out, made sure everyone was OK and then berated Butt-Head for being so careless. Butt-Head knew better than to tell on Ken and so he gathered his mangled music maker and he and Beavis skulked away home like wounded rodents.
Can I come clean? But eviscerating them in fiction here is therapeutic for me and a whole lot cheaper than actual therapy. Heather Wilson, speaking from the University of Texas at El Paso, shared that her grandfather was a pilot. Her father, too. He died in a car crash when she was 2. Prior to high school, Wilson, who is president of the university, shared how she discovered her love of school, saying she liked it better than being at home. When the Air Force Academy began admitting women, her life was changed.
Wilson encouraged the youth to make wise choices and live for the day. I tried to hang out with people who lifted me up. One of the students wanted to know what she enjoyed most at the Air Force Academy. The scenery was a bonus, as well as the fact there were several different things she could. Friends also played a key role. Wilson served as Secretary of the U.
Air Force. She represented New Mexico in the Congress for 10 years. The event is part of an ongoing Gen. Maryanne Miller Speaker Series for The Leaven students to encourage them to achieve through commitment and values. David Goldfein shared his story of being accepted into the Air Force Academy but chose to ride his speed bike from San Antonio in search of musician Harry Chapin and the hope of being a roadie for Chapin.
Before they could meet, Chapin died in a car crash in New York. Along the way, Goldfein picked up a puppy, who traveled with him for six months. During that time, Goldfein said he decided America was worth defending and asked for his spot in Air Force Academy. Goldfein was the 21st chief of staff of the U.
As chief, of staff he served as the senior uniformed Air Force officer responsible for the organization, training and equipping of , active-duty, Guard, reserve and civilian forces serving in the United States and overseas. As members of the See Leaven, Page A5. If you notice an error, please call the Daily Republic at during business hours weekdays and ask to speak to the editor in charge of the section where the error occurred.
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Managing Editor Glen Faison gfaison dailyrepublic. Postmaster: Send address changes to Daily Republic, P. Box 47, Fairfield, CA Periodicals postage paid at Fairfield, CA Published by McNaughton Newspapers. ISNN There were active cases Wednesday and 92 people hospitalized with the disease. A total of active cases were reported Monday with 93 hospitalizations. The seven-day testing positivity rate was The number of deaths attributed at least in part to Covid was unchanged at Vallejo 12, added cases; Fairfield 11, added 65; Vacaville 11, added ; and Suisun City 3, added 34, the county reports.
Dixon 2, added 17 cases; Benicia 1, added nine; and Rio Vista added five. There were no new cases were reported in the unincorpo-. Solano Public Health does not post updates on Thursdays. The next update is scheduled late Friday afternoon. Most people who have Covid, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, experience only mild or moderate symptoms, such as fever and cough.
Some people, especially older adults and those with underlying health prob-. The delta variant of the virus, which is currently dominant in the U. The CDC has reported that unvaccinated people who contract the delta variant of the virus are 11 times more likely to die from the disease as those who are vaccinated.
The vast majority of people who contract the disease, however, do recover. Council members debated the proposed directive of the use of face coverings inside all city facilities and while participating in outdoor programs and events conducted by the city when social distancing is not possible.
A total of 29 city employees tested positive for Covid in August and numerous others were forced to miss work for testing and quarantine due to workplace expo-. Thursday on Highway 37 west of Mare Island. The man remained on the scene. The pedestrian was pronounced dead at the scene. Authorities had not released identifying information.
Several of the positive cases were in vaccinated employees. I am for anything that helps keep things moving. The California Department of Public Health has recommended that fully vaccinated people wear face coverings in indoor public settings statewide. Vacaville has the lowest vaccinate among its residents 12 and older — County cities. The number of reported cases is going down from the surge seen in August. But numbers are still high with some 11, cases in Vacaville. The number of deaths is with 16 recently added during the current surge.
The CDC has released data that indicates people who are unvaccinated who contract Covidare11times more likely to die than are those who are vaccinated. The face-covering mandate will be effective until repealed by either the city manager or the City Council.
Some people, especially older adults and those with underlying health problems, experience more severe illnesses such as pneumonia and at times, death. The delta variant of the virus is highly transmissible. The trail will help locals celebrate Arts Week, getting underway this weekend, in new ways, as some of the originally planned citywide events have been canceled.
Arts Week will still take place Friday through Sept. The new Arts Trail will build on itself over time. Indoor public art pieces are not currently available for viewing but will be added once indoor spaces can resume fuller capacity. Dispatchers got a call shortly before p. The school was locked down for. Officers spoke to numerous people who said the person with the gun had fled the area.
The suspect was identified by video surveillance. Officers observed the suspect, who they had determined was a juve-. Police tried to stop the juvenile, but he fled through an apartment complex. The juvenile was apprehended, cited for having a BB gun and BBs on campus, and was released.
George Congdon passed away peacefully at Paradise Valley Estates at the age of 97 years old. George was born in Peoria, Illinois in to George E. Congdon Jr. This is where George met the love of his life, Carolyn. They were married in Santa Barbara in If you had to describe George in one word it would be productive. He began working at the age of 14 as a water boy, carrying drinking water to workers building barracks for servicemen.
He later had various jobs in Santa Barbara, all of which were heavy labor. He worked as a cement finisher, a brick layer and a carpenter early on. He single handedly built his first house in on the Mesa Santa Barbara with the exception of requiring his now pregnant wife to help raise the last wall. The two of them accomplished this only minutes before having to rush her to the hospital to deliver their first baby boy.
In they moved to the San Francisco Bay Area. He built a house for his father while working full time for a local contractor. He said contacting was his future so he obtained his contractors license and never looked back. He was a fearless builder. He would take on any project. He built residential housing, multi-family housing, commercial warehouses, buildings, even highway overpasses.
By the end of his career he had built over residential dwellings, office buildings, industrial warehouses and firehouses. He held a tenure as the President of the Peninsula Builders Association. George semi retired in He began the shut down of Congdon Construction Company, which took two years.
He then put on his nail bags again and began building custom homes with his two boys. This acre ranch had not changed hands in years. George confessed these were some of the best years of his life. He was able to spend time with his sons, build and develop without the pressure of running a big company. When it came to golf George had the knack.
In just three years he won the club championship! They loved the game and the social aspects of the country club life. In they joined Green Valley Country Club where they were members for 40 years. George really found a home at GVCC. He loved the course and found many lifelong friendships. If one were to examine a model of a successful life George Congdon would be the poster child. He was a good husband, a great father, a successful businessman and was well liked by most people.
He is survived by his wife of 72 years, Carolyn; two sons, David and Jim; granddaughter, Julie; grandson Cory; and his great-grandson, Davin. Rest in Peace George. Police dispatchers received a call just before 11 a. Officers responded and encountered Xavier Williams, 31, Fairfield, who matched the description given by the victim. Police report that when the officer approached Williams, the Fairfield man reached into his backpack and armed himself with a large knife.
Officers created a perimeter in the area and attempted to deescalate the situation,. Williams reached into his backpack and armed himself with a second large knife, police report, waived the knives around and threatened officers if they approached.
Williams walked toward the Denverton bridge after about 10 minutes and threw the knives into the water. Williams was booked into Solano County jail on suspicion of obstructing an officer, exhibiting a deadly weapon other than a firearm, and shoplifting, all misdemeanors. He was also held for a suspected misdemeanor probation violation. He is scheduled to appear in court Friday. One change to the proposal was to include expedited plans for an electrical system to be created for vans that would be bought in the future with an eye being toward electric vehicles.
Current plans include putting a charging station in the bus lot by City Council members said they would like to see that timeline shortened. The city has chosen 10 vehicles to replace the aging vans for the. They include an elec-. City Coach is not charging fares for some services but officials are looking to change that in the next couple of months. So the board set up meetings Tuesday for Oct. The Oct. School districts, transit agencies and other organizations also share in the funding. Sullivan as a regular member, and John M.
Conboy, as an alternate member, to the Solano County Assessment. Appeals Board for terms to end Sept. Weights and Measures, each year, inspects approximately 7, devices from more than businesses for commercial use. The projects that received funding are: n David Weir Prep. Plans are transferable to other family members. City Coach program. The program serves 2, riders each year and is relied on by seniors as well as people with disabilities, the city reports. Claimants each year must submit a formal claim to access the money.
Transportation Development Act funds will be used to support both operational and capital needs, the city reports. Crime logs Fairfield Tuesday, Sept. Wednesday, Sept. In this computer screenshot, children from The Leaven program talk to Dr. Heather Wilson, bottom left, retired Air Force Gen. Maryanne Miller, top right, and Gen. David Goldfein, bottom right, Wednesday.
One young participant at The Leaven asked the panelists, including Miller, why he should have a job like theirs. She does miss the Air Force people and planes, she said. Prior to attending the. Air Force Academy, Goldfein was in a prep school, debating his future. One of the directors pulled him aside and told him his scores were not looking competitive.
You are not going to get in. Fight every day to get in, like your life depends on it. We have only today. For information on the gala, visit www. From Page One No members of the public asked to comment on the budget, nor did any trustees comment on it, though an information item on the budget was discussed at a prior meeting. Solano Community College in Fairfield. Some people, especially older adults and those with underlying health problems,.
Border From Page One economic toll of the pandemic pushed them to leave, while others say a more welcoming U. And DHS has extended temporary protected status, or TPS, eligibility for Haitians, a measure that allows Haitians living in the United States without legal status to qualify for provisional residency and avoid deportation.
How many more may arrive in the next few days is unclear. CBP is scrambling to send additional agents to Del Rio to help process the migrants, issuing them numbers as they queue up to be formally apprehended, the first step in applying for asylum or another form of U. Most of the migrants are likely to be released into the United States with a notice to appear in court at a future date. They carried ice, plates of food and other supplies; one man forded the river with a rolled-up mattress on his shoulders.
Others bathed in the river, cleaned clothes and cooled off from the muggy heat. Mexican vendors wandered. Thousands of migrants, mostly from Haiti, have arrived in the area, resulting in a population surge in Del Rio. Several migrants said there was nothing to eat on the U. A few in the camp had strung up clotheslines and fashioned shelters out of sticks and carrizo cane. He was walking back into Mexico to pick up cash wired by his family in the United States. CBP said it is providing drinking water, towels and other provisions to the site, but one agent in the Del Rio Sector said sanitary conditions are poor.
But Mexican authorities have declined to take back Haitians in recent months. The administration is also contending with new court orders related to its border policies. On Thursday, U. District Judge Emmet Sullivan in the District of Columbia blocked the Biden administration from using Title 42 to expel migrant families, though he stayed the order for 14 days.
The Supreme Court also said last month that the Biden administration must restart a Trump administration program that requires asylum seekers to wait in Mexico while their claims are adjudicated in U. The Del Rio border sector has been among the busiest for illegal crossings in recent months as thousands of Haitians, Cubans, Venezuelans and Hondurans climb down from the limestone bluffs on the Mexican side to wade across the Rio Grande.
Val Verde County, which includes Del Rio, went for President Donald Trump in , voting for a Republican at the top of the ticket for the first time in decades. Haitian, Venezuelan and Cuban migrants often say they prefer to cross in the Del Rio area because of its reputation as comparatively safer than the Rio Grande Valley downriver. Many of the migrants arrived to the border on buses that appear to be part of a large smuggling operation, Lozano said.
Some Del Rio residents, particularly those living along the river and on ranches, have raised alarms in recent months about the large groups of migrants appearing on their properties. The mayor said his city and the migrants are both victims, suffering the consequences of federal policy decisions that fail to address the realities on the ground in border communities. Three men, ages 21, 46 and 56, were shot to death in separate incidents in August. A man and a teen boy — ages 29 and 15 — were shot to death in separate incidents in July.
Two men, ages 32 and 33, were gunned down in separate. A year-old man was shot and killed in the city in May. A year-old man was shot and killed in April. A year-old woman died after being shot in March. Anyone with information about the deadly shooting Wednesday is.
Murphy at or Detective Josh M. Caitham at Anyone with information about the deadly shooting Thursday is asked to call Detective Scott A. Yates at Daily 3 Afternoon numbers picked 2, 8, 7 Night numbers picked 1, 5, 8 Match three in order for top prize; combinations for other prizes. All of the killings reported this year have. Democratic Senator Ben Cardin of Maryland said that the Senate would likely take whatever passes the House, change it and send it back to the House.
Senate Budget Chair Bernie Sanders said a reconciliation package still could be ready to move by the end of the month, a goal set by Majority Leader Chuck Schumer. With Republicans debt and rising inflation. He a GOP filibuster. But with minimum necessary for also said he wants energy tax credits tied to actual the slimmest of major- their priorities. Biden waded in levels of carbon emisities in both chambers, Democrats will have to be Wednesday, meeting sep- sions reduction and arately with Sinema and has proposed a host unified in support.
The differences Manchin at the White of ways to raise more among Democrats mani- House. Neither the sena- revenue, including levies fested themselves as the tors nor the White House on stock buybacks and House panels finished provided much detail partnerships. On the state and their work. The Ways about the talks. House Democrats and Commerce Commit- dilemma tee. The nuclear deal, which also includes the United Kingdom, was announced by President Joe Biden on Wednesday and immediately threatened to aggravate tensions with Beijing and potentially damage an improving relationship with Paris.
It gives Australia U. Beijing on Thursday expressed predictable outrage at the deal, criticizing it for embracing a cold war mentality that will stoke an arms race, damage international nonproliferation efforts and threaten regional peace and stability. Blinken said during a news conference at which he was joined by Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III and their Australian counterparts. It is about In that vein, Britain joining forces with the U. We service all makes and models of RV motorhome, 5th Wheel and Trailer Chassis, brakes, lights, engine, HVAC, transmission, steering, axles, bearings, suspension, tires etc.
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Arca then earned her key. Camille Arca pulled out a long three-set match at No. Proud of how hard all my athletes fought today for every point in every match. Rodriguez 9, Wood 0: At Vacaville, the Mustangs won each of the seven matches contested in straight sets, losing just four games along the way, Wednesday. The teams. Vacaville 9, Wood 0: At Vacaville, seven matches were contested with the Bulldogs winning each in straight sets, Tuesday. Winning in singles for Vacaville were Sophie Foderaro at No.
San Francisco 49ers cornerback Jason Verrett gets emotional as he walks off the field after injuring his. And how we are working throughout the week and how we go out and play on Sunday. And they have a promising rookie fifth-round pick in Deommodore Lenoir. And they have two recently signed nine-year See 49ers, Page B9. Less than 72 hours after they exuberantly celebrated clinching a playoff berth, the Giants trudged off the field with decidedly less enthusiasm Thursday.
They remain in first place in the National League West, but their lead dropped to one game after a loss to San Diego. The Giants and Dodgers each have 15 games left, a furious sprint to avoid the hazards of wildcard status. Giants manager Gabe Kapler acknowledged the season is starting to feel compressed as the calendar creeps toward Game No. Kapler keeps a pitching schedule on his office wall, offering a constant reminder of how many games remain. As of Thursday morning, there. Maddon said he did ask Ohtani about potentially shutting down for the rest of the season, either as a pitcher or a hitter, where he has slumped with a.
We have to come out here ready to go. San Diego hitters, meantime, made Kevin Gausman look uncommonly ordinary. He maneuvered out of trouble a couple of times but handed the bullpen a deficit. This was the first time since July 24, and. Starter Paul Melvin said of Guerra. Manager Bob inning as well. Probably Melvin turned to his relief his best performance for corps with a two-run us this year.
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