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U.S. women’s soccer team with golden shot at redemption

U.S. women’s soccer team with golden shot at redemption

LONDON – Abby Wambach isn't worried about being punched in the face again. Likewise, Carli Lloyd is pretty sure she won't have her head stomped.

In contrast with their physical experiences in five consecutive victories in this tournament, the U.S. women say they know what they'll get from Japan in Thursday's gold medal soccer match.

If not victory, respect.

The teams put their shared admiration on a pedestal Wednesday, spontaneously embracing for a photo opportunity after the news conference for the Japanese team ended.

"Our teams respect each other so much," Wambach said, explaining that inferior opponents have made the U.S. Olympic run a difficult one with dangerous play. "The Japanese team is so good, and we are so good, that it's going to be all about the soccer. And that's what's going to be so awesome about tomorrow night."

And the Winners are...

And the Winners are...


News10 My Neighborhood ran a week-long sweepstakes contest last week. 

We asked our vusers to submit their definition of HOOPLA, and when they did, their names were automatically submitted into a random drawing.  Then, four lucky winners would receive four passes each to Golfland SunSplash.

This dictionary quiz sweepstakes contest was inspired as part of News10's Reading Connects campaign which is all about connecting with our community to help improve the literacy rate.

Well, we received over 90 responses, and some people were thoughtful enough to email us a sentence with the word HOOPA in it.  Here are some examples:


Lynne Conner - There will be much hoopla if we win the tickets to Sunsplash.  My grandson and son will be visiting from Florida,

My Neighborhood Golfland Splash Sweepstakes Contest

My Neighborhood Golfland Splash Sweepstakes Contest

NEWS10 is teaming up with parents, businesses, schools, libraries and volunteers to improve the literacy rate in our area.

Weekly Challenge

Weekly Challenge
2012 Weekly Challenge #23: The Power of Encouragement

G. K. Chesterton, an English journalist, once wrote, “The really great person is the person who makes every person feel great.”

When two people interact, they are both changed. The change can be for the better, or not. Whether our influence is helpful or hurtful, positive or negative, depends on whether we give each other the gift of encouragement.

Looking for work….

Looking for work….

I saw this posted at a neighborhood gym in Natomas.

2020 Club Center Drive

Sacramento, CA

(916) 928 - 7999

Bike Doc Coming to Town!

Bike Doc Coming to Town!

Dust off that bike and hit the trails!

The warmer weather is here and bike riding is a great way to burn some calories! If you need a tune up, you’re in luck…the Bike Doc is in town.

I found information below on The North Natomas Transportation Management Association’s website.

“The North Natomas TMA has some great upcoming opportunities for residents to get ready for spring and summer riding.

Bike Doc is a mobile repair shop on wheels used at community, school, and business events around the area to perform diagnosis and basic bike maintenance and repair. Be sure to get there early! Bikes are received on a first come, first served basis and limited to established timeframes.”

Click on the link for all the details, including dates.


Isaiah Thomas in Natomas!

Isaiah Thomas in Natomas!

I saw this tweet...but 'tomorrow' is TODAY! Thursday!

Quick, you still have time...

Meet @Isaiah_Thomas2 @bellabrucafe in Natomas tomorrow from 6-7PM! Autographs for first 200 #KingsFans in attendance! http://t.co/w8P82tm5 -- natomasbuzz (@natomasbuzz)

Click on this link, then click 'Player Appearances' tab.