Elizabeth L. Zelidon

Journalist

Location icon United States of America

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thepress.net
03/12/2015
Summer Blaze offers refreshing rec

It's midafternoon on a warm summer day, and a group of children are swimming in the cool pools at Freedom High School in Oakley. Two 7-year-old girls come out of the water, giggling and smiling as they lie next to each other on the concrete to warm up and dry off.

The State Hornet
02/08/2015
Shooting hoax alerts Sac State police

The message was found at a women's restroom stall in the University Union stating "3:00 11/4 school shooting." Sac State Police Chief Mark Iwasa deemed it non-credible but to remain vigilant. "We did not consider it to be a credible safety issue."

thepress.net
03/12/2015
Country Garden offers dream venue

The music begins and your heart races as the guests stand to look at you. Dressed in white and feeling like the most beautiful bride in the world, you look down the aisle and see your husband-to-be. Glancing around, you quickly notice the details you've worked months to perfect - the lights, flowers and bridesmaid dresses.

The State Hornet
02/08/2015
Police chase ends on campus with arrest

The suspect was stopped by S.P.D. for not having a licence plate on what appeared to be a homemade motorcycle. "The traffic stop occurred off campus. The suspect then came on campus fleeing from city police," said Sac State Police Chief Mark Iwasa. "He attempted to ditch the motorcycle in the bike compound and hopped a fence.

thepress.net
03/13/2015
CornFest comes of age

East County residents know that as soon as school lets out and the mercury begins to climb, the Brentwood CornFest can't be far behind. This year the iconic event, scheduled for July 12-14, is gearing up to celebrate its 21st birthday with its own unique brand of music, food, activities and fun.

The State Hornet
02/08/2015
Students uninformed about campus evacuation plans

Amidst the mixture of a populated campus, 3,000 trees and golden grass, Sacramento State Police Department has created a set of documents for a Building Emergency Preparedness Program. The program is intended to protect campus from fires and other emergencies, but has failed to keep students informed.

thepress.net
03/13/2015
Perfect gifts at Presence

Kathy Thill, former owner of Downtown Brentwood favorite A Fine Time For Tea, is back in Brentwood and making her Presence known. Her new store, named Presence, is a gift shop and tearoom that provides customers with a variety of fun gift items for the women in their life.

The State Hornet
02/08/2015
Students explore politics and voting at Sac State's Fall Ethics Symposium

Nalder, who teaches government and serves as the director of Sac State's Project for an Informed Electorate, spoke about six problems facing the American electorate, including voter apathy and distrust of the media and elected officials. Nalder said voters have apathetic attitudes towards policy and voting because they think that the policies they vote for do not affect them.

The State Hornet
02/08/2015
The truth about "crazy"

The song, which is full of satirical lyrics, bravely sings, "so it's gonna be forever Or it's gonna go down in flames. You can tell me when it's over. If the high was worth the pain. Got a long list of ex-lovers. They'll tell you I'm insane.

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