Runners took their places at the start line of the seventh annual Tiny Half race last Saturday, Feb. 9. Entire families turned out for the event to participate in the Kids’ Fun Run, 5K, 10K, and half marathon in hopes of raising awareness of congenital heart defects.

The Cosumnes Community Services District (CSD) Board of Directors will discuss at-large versus by-district or from-district elections at an upcoming board meeting.

The Cal-Waste team will begin exchanging waste carts for all city of Galt residents with cart service beginning the week of Feb. 18. Residents can simply put their full or empty carts out at the curb on their pickup day, and a brand new cart will be left to replace the old. The carts will be…

City Manager Eugene Palazzo announced last Tuesday the hiring of Michael Selling as the new public works director for the city of Galt. Selling’s first day with the city will be Feb. 25.


Confident play and skilled moves led to a head-turning week for the Galt Lady Warriors last week, who won two Sierra Valley Conference games in the last two games of the regular season to put them in a tie for the final Sac-Joaquin Section Division IV girls soccer playoff spot.

After reaching the championship round of the 132-weight class last weekend, Daryn Harper earned one of two spots that Liberty Ranch will represent at this weekend’s Sac-Joaquin Section Masters tournament.

Kevin Lopez, Jonah Del Rio and Anthony Nazzisi will all represent the Galt Warriors when they compete Friday at the Sac-Joaquin Section Masters tournament in Stockton.


Galt District Chamber of Commerce members celebrate with D2 Trailers Sales and Service as the local business is awarded Business of the Month on Wednesday, Feb. 6. D2 Trailers has over 30 years of experience of selling, repairing and servicing trailers. They have specialists in horse, living…

At first glance, an observer of this photo can see an assembly of seven unidentified people (not counting the photographer) who might be friends, family or a combination of both. We thought their pet was a dog, but upon a closer look, it turns out to be a cow. The fence where they are posing…

After months of public comments, Galt City Council amended the qualifications for city committee members and commissioners at their Feb. 5 regular meeting at City Hall. Bob Balliet had lost all his fellow commissioners on the Galt Commission on Aging and addressed council at a number of meet…

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