John In The News
The annual Women of the Year Awards Ceremony was held Thursday at Woodland Community College, where dozens of women from throughout the Third Congressional District received awards.
Rep. John Garamendi traveled Wednesday to Montezuma Hills Road and a site 16 miles from Fairfield to see the future.
U.S. Representative John Garamendi (D-3rd District) traveled to Lower Lake this weekend to visit areas damaged by the Clayton Fire. He was joined by Lake County Supervisor Rob Brown. They discussed ongoing response and cleanup efforts.
Clifford Curry has a new leather jacket – and a new brother. The 79-year-old Vietnam veteran (1966-69), who had recently been living in his car for more than three months, was at the 15th annual North Bay Stand Down where he met Henry Nunes, 47, a Vallejo native and a Gulf War veteran (1987-90) who served on the USS Enterprise.
Call it a celebration of military veterans as well as a resource fest. By any name, Tuesday’s North Bay Stand Down kickoff in Dixon brought aid, hot meals and all manner of services to dozens of veterans considered at risk or homeless.
Congressman John Garamendi's Women of the Year honors have been awarded to three Colusa County women for their work in the third congressional district community.
A number of women from throughout the Third Congressional District will be recognized by Congressman John Garamendi this week.
National Manufacturing Day was recognized at one of Woodland’s more iconic industrial operations Friday.