Week in Review, May 26: School Board Election, Property Development, Adult Store Robbery, More

A look back at the news for the week ending May 26.

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 May 26.

  1.  - Fair Oaks local, Sacramento County Office of Education incumbent candidate and 35-year San Juan Unified School District employee talks about new challenges the district must face.
  2.  - Information was gathered from reports filed by Sacramento County Sheriff's Department.
  3.  - Is river safety just a matter of using common sense?
  4.  - An estimated 4.2 million Californians will take trips over the holiday weekend this year despite higher gas prices.
  5.  - Take our poll and add your thoughts in the comments.
  6.  - No time or date has been set to readdress the proposal.
  7.  - The legislative advocate and education consultant with the California Teachers Association for more than 20 years and 15-year Sacramento County Office of Education teacher is running against Eleanor Brown.
  8.  - The statewide campaign to buckle up while driving runs through June 3.
  9.  - Discussions are resuming with county planners on a housing project put on hold back in 2007.
  10.  - Cougars lose in bottom of 7th to Woodcreek.
  11.  - A social networking company recently named Sacramento one of the friendliest cities in the state. But what about Fair Oaks? Rate Fair Oaks on a scale of one to five here.
  12.  - The following information was supplied by the Sacramento County Sheriff's Department. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.
  13.  - Fourteen years have passed since Riley Haeling's life was taken, but for those who knew him or were around when it happened, the memories never truly go away.
  14.  - Sheriff's officials believe surveillance video of individuals taking pictures of merchandise from inside the South Lake Tahoe Teaz N Pleaz store could be individuals connected with the robbery of the Fair Oaks branch.

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