Hello, River City!
Welcome to the Sacramento Daily Patch newsletter! This is where you’ll find all the best news and events happening in Sacramento for Monday July 19, 2021!
First of all, the weather forecast for the day: Partly cloudy all day. High: 96 Low: 60.
Here are the best stories today in Sacramento:
- Dry thunderstorms are in the forecast for Monday, increasing fire danger In the region. These dry thunderstorms have the potential for heavy lightning with little precipitation. They will stay most of the time Sierra, with a possibility of a few isolated thunderstorms in The valley. (ABC10)
- Health leaders in Sacramento and Yolo counties ask residents to wear masks inside. Many residents, even those who are fully immunized, have reason to agree with the guidelines. Some people worry about “breakthrough“case, some have young children who haven’t been vaccinated they are trying to protect and some just think being safe is the right thing to do. KCRA3 met with some of these residents to ask how they stay safe. (KCRA3)
- Sacramento River Cats player Drew robinson, who survived a suicide attempt last April, announced his retirement of the team. Instead, he will work at the front office of the giants like a Mental Health lawyer. He said he was grateful for the time he devoted to River cat and is happy to continue to be a part of the game he loves. This weekend’s games against the Round Rock Express will be his last. (CBS Sacramento)
- Sacramento health officials are worried vaccine hesitation among some of the populations of the county and surrounding counties. The most important differences are between Latinos and Hispanics in the counties of Stanislas, San Joaquin and Colusa. Yamilet Valladolid, a health advocate for some Central valley counties, asserts that religion could be a factor of reluctance of these communities. “There’s this belief that, ‘Well, if it’s God’s will, be it, and if it isn’t, it’s not.” Valladolid said. Religious leaders in these communities could be key to increasing immunization rates. (KCRA3)
- Officials say that “almost all” minors Sacramento River Winter Chinook the salmon could not survive this season. The population of this subspecies increased from a maximum of 117,000 in 1969 to 200 fish in 1991. California Department of Fish and Wildlife attributes potential loss this year to hot weather and “persistent heat dome,” representatives from fishing and environmental groups believe situation is the result of poor water management by state and federal government . (SN&R)
Monday events in Sacramento
- This is Sacratomato week in the Sutter district! If you live in Sacramento, you know that fresh vine-ripened tomatoes are nothing like those found in the grocery store. They’re sweet and tangy and succulent and perfect for everything from Bloody Mary brunch to a sausage stew, and even a creative kimchi at a local establishment! (all day)
- Pretend it’s the weekend again carnival ride extravagance to Cal Expo! Hop aboard the Hawaiian Express, the Giant Gondola Wheel, or my favorite The zipper! There will also be a lot of carnival food. (4:00 p.m.)
- In honour of Sacratomato week, let’s take a look at some common things that can be hurt your tomatoes. A Central Valley master gardener gives you advice.
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About me: Jeri Karges has lived and loved the Sacramento area for over 30 years. His passion is to find new and unique ways to enjoy the city and its surroundings. On the weekends, you can see her pestering her friends to taste the restaurant that has no silverware or to try their hand at ax throwing. Jeri also enjoys writing about retirement planning at https: //rockinretirement.subst …
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