Week in Review, May 5: Olympic Wrestling Aspirations, Voluneerism, More

A look back at the news for the week ending May 5.

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 5.

  1.  - Jennifer Page brings her toughness and ability to Oklahoma City University.
  2.  - Members of Carmichael Stake of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints completed work as part of the statewide Mormon Helping Hands day of service.
  3.  - Will Rogers Middle School is the only school in the district to receive the SunFlower from SMUD to study solar power.
  4.  - Sacramento County's night court system is profiled in a recent video.
  5.  - In other news, a bicycle was stolen from a local's front lawn.
  6.  - Ready for a long season of thick, heavy, smog?
  7.  - This dog is available for adoption at 3839 Bradshaw Rd.
  8.  - Volunteers from an area church helped lend a hand with members from the Fair Oaks Recreation and Park District to improve Fair Oaks Park.
  9.  - A Fair Oaks man was physically accosted on his property by an unknown suspect for reasons no one seems to be able to understand.
  10.  - The county shelter is running a month-long promotion.

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