Week in Review: April 8-14

Del Campo baseball brawl suspensions, recycling at Effie Yeaw, new Carmichael sign and Best Sporting Goods Store.


-We asked "" and all but one of you said yes.

-Our latest is Disa Banker of Del Campo High School.


-A may have just kicked off a war of words between U.S. Rep. Dan Lungren (R-Gold River) and his Democratic challenger leading up to this fall's 7th Congressional District race.

-Five junior varsity baseball players and one coach will be suspended for their involvement in a brawl last week in a game against Yuba City, San Juan Unified School District officials .

-New blogger Julianna Frisk says that .


-We asked you to and the majority do not have a favorable opinion of him.

-If you've driven along Fair Oaks Boulevard just south of Robertson Avenue, you probably noticed a fenced-off construction site. The new business coming soon is , on a 0.96-acre property at 6525 Fair Oaks Boulevard.

-Carmichael disc golfer Mike Guerrero looks at the sport in a new .


-The American River Natural History Association is entering into a to provide visitors to the Effie Yeaw Nature Center in Carmichael with more recycling options, center officials have announced.

-Matt Wiesenfarth, a Jesuit High School alum and UC Davis soccer player, has been , UC Davis athletic officials have announced.


-Residents and visitors entering Carmichael on Arden Way from the west will notice a , unveiled Friday at the intersection of Mission Avenue.

-Carmichael Cycles has been named Best Sporting Goods Store in our latest .


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