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He came to America from halfway around the world, from a little village in India where he worked on his education and his family’s farm. Paul Sandhu has come a very long way in almost every way imaginable, not only was he the first Sikh to sit on and chair the Galt Planning Commission, he is…

Well, the weather outside was a little frightful Saturday evening with rain instead of snow, but despite Jack Frost nipping at their noses, hundreds of Galt area residents bundled up and headed downtown for the city’s annual Lighting of the Night event.

Galt Bible Church hosted its living nativity in which visitors registered for the census, shopped in the marketplace, saw shepherds tending their flocks, and witnessed Mary and Joseph attending to the newborn babe. The presentation was offered Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings at the Ga…

As the saying goes, it takes a community, and in this case, the Galt area community has stepped up to help their own during the holiday season. Many volunteers from Galt area churches, businesses, service clubs and schools provided a week’s worth of food, including a complete Thanksgiving fe…

It’s taken three years, but Galt’s very own extreme makeover is about to be unveiled. Save the date, Dec. 16 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m., when hotelier Ray Patel will officially open the doors to Galt’s Days Inn. At the same time, Patel will break ground on Galt’s soon-to-be newest hotel, La Qui…

Herald Fire Protection District (HFPD) director Lindsey Liebig has won a seat on the Sacramento Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCo). Liebig won the plurality of votes cast by special districts within Sacramento County and, therefore, will represent over 100 special districts on the com…

Sports

Galt High School senior Ethan Reece is used to kicking off tees when he practices kicking during the football season, but for his second trip to the Kicking World National Showcase last weekend, he found out just a few days before the competition that he’d need to kick without a tee.

After taking the lead briefly in the third quarter of their last game in the Lady Warrior Shootout, the Galt Warriors took back their lead and held onto it as they defeated Tokay 35-25 to earn third place at Warrior Gym Dec. 7.

The 36th annual Optimist High School Girls’ Volleyball All Star games were held on Dec. 8 at Capital Christian High School. The small schools match was won by the North Team. The scores were 25 (North) – 22 (South), 25 (South) – 22 (North), 25 (North) - 22 (South), and 26 (North) – 24 (South…

Lifestyle

Well, the weather outside was a little frightful Saturday evening with rain instead of snow, but despite Jack Frost nipping at their noses, hundreds of Galt area residents bundled up and headed downtown for the city’s annual Lighting of the Night event.

Galt Bible Church hosted its living nativity in which visitors registered for the census, shopped in the marketplace, saw shepherds tending their flocks, and witnessed Mary and Joseph attending to the newborn babe. The presentation was offered Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings at the Ga…

Editor’s note: This article is part of an ongoing series of articles that features accomplished Galt High School and Liberty Ranch High School graduates. If you are interested in being considered as part of this series or you know a GHS or LRHS graduate with notable accomplishments, career o…

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