Week in Review, Feb. 11: Boardshop Copes With Dry Winter, Waldorf School Scare, School District Budget Shortfall, More

A look back at the news for the week ending Feb. 11.

The week in review has arrived and with it a slew of stories making headlines. Sit back, relax and catch up on all the stories you may have missed for the week ending Feb. 11, 2012.

  1.  - Ground Zero Boardshop co-owner Brendan Mohr expects business to take a hit due to a drier-than-usual winter, but he has plans of his won in store.
  2.  - Calling all local business owners: Want to claim your business listing on Fair Oaks Patch? Find out how.
  3.  - The weekly list of crimes occurring in the Fair Oaks area. This week's includes a follow up to the story Fair Oaks Patch reported on after a couple of would-be car thieves fleeing through Sacramento Waldorf School.
  4.  - The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has effectively concluded 2008's California Proposition 8, banning gay marriages was unconstitutional. Do you agree?
  5.  - Watch how these Twin Lakes Elementary School students get a hands-on lesson in historical architecture.
  6.  - The Bella Vista Broncos hosted the Del Campo Cougars in a varsity boys basketball showdown. The Broncos emerged victorious for the third time in a row.
  7.  - In her first 120 days, Fair Oaks' newest Sacramento County District 3 representative, Susan Peters checks in on issues she's hearing about in the area.
  8.  - Another year, another victory for the Bella Vista Academic Decathlon teah. 
  9.  - A new McDonald's opens for business some 200 yards away from where its 40-year-old redecsessor resided. 
  10.  - Find out what laws have changed for your 2011 tax returns.
  11.  - The San Juan Unified School District looks at shaving at $21 million off the books for the upcoming 2012 school year.
  12.  - With the old McDonald's restaurant now vacant, what would you see replace it?


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