Challenges Will Always Be With Us. So Should Solutions
Comstock’s president and publisher encourages readers to meet challenges similar to the way our region’s farmers have — with optimism, strategic thinking and support from others.
Can Downtown Sacramento Recover From COVID-19?
Downtown Sacramento has been hard hit by COVID-19, stalling its recovery from years of decay. Can it snap back?
Companies Can Benefit From Expanding Opportunities to Employees Without Degrees
SAFE Credit Union Senior Vice President Gina Olson proposes employers start hiring with a focus on skills over degrees. The approach, she argues, could increase diversity and uncover untapped potential.
Looking for Potential in 2022
Setbacks aren’t the exception, they’re the rule. Comstock’s president and publisher reflects on the challenges faced not only during the pandemic, but throughout a lifetime, and considers how they’ve strengthened her outlook.
A Time for Contemplation — and Innovation
Comstock’s outgoing editor considers the Great Resignation and the ways the pandemic has reshaped how the world sees work.
More Hotels Are Needed to Complete the Revitalization of Downtown Sacramento
Comstock’s president and publisher advocates for developing hotels in downtown Sacramento to aid the city’s economic recovery.
Family-Owned Businesses Are an Important Part of Our Community
Comstock’s president and publisher considers the many shapes and sizes of family businesses in the Capital Region.
How Drought Affects the American River’s Salmon
Salmon will struggle this year. It’s up to us to help them.
Earth, Wind and the Fire Next Time
Climate change is a factor in California’s rampaging wildfires, but not the only one
Due to human influence, three primary ingredients of wilderness fires are on the rise: the accumulation of biofuels in the forest, rising heat of the planet as a whole, and an ineffective political system of fire management.
Historic Power Plant on Sacramento River Converted to the New SMUD Museum of Science and Curiosity
MOSAC set to open fall 2021 to teach kids and adults about STEAM in a fun and interactive way
The Sacramento Municipal Utility District Museum of Science and Curiosity revitalizes a historical landmark that will positively impact Sacramento and visitors from other communities.