Local News Briefs: Oct. 19, 2022

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Cemetery well construction
Construction on a new well and enclosure at the Winters Cemetery begun on Monday evening and is expected to continue for up to seven to 14 days. The cemetery will remained closed during construction, and residents will experience sounds from the construction during the timeframe. Students who pass along the cemetery on their way to school will need to utilize the path outside the west fence. The Winters Cemetery District Board of Trustees shared that they regret the closure, but are looking forward to green grass within the grounds again. Information can be found on the Cemetery District website at www.winterscemetery.org.

Tech support at the library
Having trouble downloading an eBook to your tablet? Need help navigating a computer? The Winters Community Library is hosting Tech Thursdays for all ages every Thursday from 2–7:30 p.m. get free in-person help with your technology needs. This service is available in 15–30 minute appointments. To make an appointment call 530-666-8005 or visit the Winters Community Library. The events offers help on everything from library resources to Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, etc.) and Google Workspace (Docs, Sheets, etc.). For more information about library programs and resources, visit any of the Yolo County Library branches or the library webpage at www.yolocountylibrary.org.

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