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In Case You Missed It: Week of Nov. 28-Dec. 4

Check out what you missed last week on the pages of Dixon Patch

The Christmas Spirit flowed through Dixon this week and Dixon Patch was there to capture it.

We started off the week by telling the story of , a pit bull dog that for many years served as Dixon resident Tim Smith's shop dog at . Daisy was selected as . In today's Dixon Patch, Contributor profiles this week's

Our Arts and Culture Reporter visited over its opening weekend and produced a video about it. Kortick captured and takes

Roselle and Helen Ritchey, of Tremont 4-H Club of Dixon, fill us in on what's happening with the club through our feature. Dixon Patch Contributor wrote a historical piece on for our feature and Contributor followed up with a story about a requirement that would make it improbable for a train to stop in Dixon without major funding.

also wrote an informative article on where to find Dixon's best bike routes in our feature .

Dixon Patch Contributor spent a day at the on Ford Way and wrote a narrative article about what . She also shot a video to accompany her story and took some photos.

Our Christmas-related coverage continued as we wrote an advance about the , the on the day of the lighting and finally the itself.  We also and a for everyone who decided to stay home on the night of the lighting.

also resurrected a popular column of ours, , by wandering throughout the Tree Lighting Festival and asking several Christmas-related questions of Dixon residents.

We also wrote about this weekend's , a fundraiser that assists children in Dixon through . This week we will have full coverage of the three-day event.

Contributor profiled Dixon's own and uncovered the origins of the place, you won't believe what television show planted the seeds that sprouted Ramtown Karate.

Our sports writer wrote a and spoke to about what he has planned for his team this season. Our contributor, Debra Dingman, wrote several of her popular columns, and one titled , which gave Dixonites some valuable information.

and Juan Curiel rounded out business coverage this week. Camille wrote a story about a that gives anyone who buys a book at Borders a $15 gift certificate that can be given as a cash donation to Dixon schools and Juan wrote a story about a that aims to assist small businesses in Dixon.

This week promises to have some great stories, photos and videos about things that Dixon residents care about.

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