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The Waggoner School Band in 1964.
(Winters Express File Photo)
Front row: Don McLaughlin, Tom Goheen, Ernie Frost, Gary Tucker, Robbie Kiefer, David Storz, Jim Childress.
2nd row: Bev Atherton, ?, ?, Liz Young, Niki Greenwood, ?, Dennis Storz.
3rd row: John Martinez, Virginia Roberts, Tim Ireland, Candy Traffican, Nancy Young, Archie Humphrey, David Joens.
4th row: Ralph Cuberos, ?, Charley Wallace, Roger Fiddler, Marla Buckmaster, ?, Howard Kato.
5th row: Linda Shimomura, Charlotte Rainwater, Sandy Tufts, Carolyn Tortosa, Susan Shimomura, Mardi Dozier, ?.
6th row: Lloyd Adams (Director), David Rulon, ?, Joe Soto, Connie Paul, Mike Paul, Tony Turkovich.
If you know the missing names, please contact us.
Facebook: Reese Clark
Reese Clark was a saloon-keeper in the early days of Winters. As a youth, Clark was illiterate, but hard work and study remedied that deficiency. He went on to become a well-known attorney and legislator. (Retrieved from Ancestry.com)
Facebook: John F. Griffin and Family
John F. Griffin sits with his mother, his wife, and his son. Learn more about "The People of Buckeye and Early Winters" from Winters historian Tom Crisp at his presentation on Saturday, May 20th, at 2:00 p.m. at the Winters Community Library. (Photo courtesy of George Griffin)
Facebook: Elias Ireland
Elias Ireland standing in front of his funeral director and undertaker establishment. Learn about "The People of Buckeye and Early Winters" from Winters historian Tom Crisp at his presentation on Saturday, May 20th, at 2:00 p.m. at the Winters Community Library. (Photo courtesy of The Ireland Family)
Facebook: High Water in Winters
High Water, Putah Creek at the Winters Bridge, 1911
See the high water in Putah Creek at Winters Bridge in 1911.
Facebook: Vaca Valley Railroad Extension Opens
A special excursion train marked the opening of an extension of the Vaca Valley Railroad from Vacaville to the new town of Winters on August 26, 1875. The partially completed bridge over Putah Creek was designed and built by Joseph G. Young who later became a fruit rancher west of Winters. (Photo courtesy of Robert and Lavinia Young)
Facebook: 2016 Senior Capstone Project
2016 Senior Capstone Project - Winters Historical Mural Video: This mural was an incredible effort by four amazing high school seniors in 2015-16. They focused on gathering places and activities important to Winters... bit.ly/2hM5LTe
Facebook: Winters City Hall Centennial
Celebrating Winters City Hall: Winters residents gathered 100 years ago to celebrate the grand opening of Winters City Hall... bit.ly/2hExnXv