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The Galt Seventh-day Adventist Church once again hosted its Galt Veterans Memorial Dinner on Thursday, Nov. 7, with a complete meal of lasagna, salad, bread and dessert. Veterans were served free of charge, other guests were charged a nominal fee, proceeds of which go toward maintenance and …

Overall, it was a happy occasion at the Galt Joint Union High School District (GJUHSD) meeting Thursday, Nov. 7 as trustees received good news throughout the meeting, getting a thumbs up from the Measure E Oversight Committee and hearing progress reports about the Academic Achievement Metric…

After lengthy discussions and multiple public speakers, the Galt City Council decided on a compromise to staff recommendations for fee rate hikes on sports programs. Rates on basketball currently range from $70 per participant up to $80, depending on the age group. Staff recommended raising …

Check Before You Burn season started Friday, Nov. 1 and runs through February. The Sacramento Metropolitan Air Quality Management District (Sac Metro Air District) will restrict or prohibit burning any solid fuel, including wood, pellets or manufactured fire logs, on days when fine particle …

Beautiful cars, perfect weather, good food and tunes all came together in celebration of Galt Commercial Tire and Brake’s grand opening celebration Oct. 26. Owners Rusty Whitley and Mike Herren, along with veteran shop mechanic Rich Merritt, invited the community out to celebrate the new own…

City officials have announced a special meet and greet opportunity to get to know the four city manager candidate finalists Tuesday, Nov. 12 from 6-7:30 p.m. at Chabolla Community Center, 600 Chabolla Avenue. The candidates will each introduce and give a short summary of themselves at 6:45 p…

Sports

The Liberty Ranch Hawks’ football playoff game on Nov. 8, the first to be played on campus, may be the last for this season after a competitive match up against Foothill, but it will also be a chance to usher in a new era of playoff teams, as bittersweet as the final result was for their seniors.

Cristian Martinez crossed the finish line third at the Sac-Joaquin Section Cross-Country Sub-Sections, helping the Liberty Ranch Hawks to advance to the SJS Cross-Country Section Championships after an impressive finish at Frogtown in Angel’s Camp.

Lifestyle

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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