U.S. District Judge Robert C. Jones refused to affirm a settlement agreement between a Nevada county and Burning Man organizers because he says it is “illegal, unenforceable and absurd.” Jones who dressed down both sides’ lawyers and accused them of fraud. Jones said he recognizes he lacks jurisdiction to void the contract but that he does have jurisdiction “to declare an abuse of process and the commission of fraud upon the court in the filing and prosecution of this federal action.”
California State Unversity, Sacramento | Jan 14 2014
Former Assistant Treasury Secretary Neel Kashkari will be the keynote speaker at the release of the 2014 “Sacramento Business Review” at noon Tuesday, Jan. 21, in California State University, Sacramento’s University Union Ballroom.
With the help of surveillance video from a nearby bowling alley, Sheriff’s detectives tracked down the alleged thieves – a trio of high schoolers. The car was found at a ranch in Apple Hill, deputies said.
After an hour of vigorous discussion, Vacaville Unified leaders on Thursday approved a contract, up to $500,000, with an El Dorado Hills-based firm to upgrade several district classrooms with wireless computer access in advance of all-computerized testing required by state educational standards that take effect in the fall.
Playing some very tough games this season, Team Storm was able to come out ahead with only one loss. The girls played hard, had fun and were very successful this season. El Dorado Hills U13 Girls Competitive team STORM took first place in the NOR CAL Soccer League 2013.