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Solution to high school boundaries issue

EDITOR: With regard to the dilemma that some Serrano residents are facing with high school boundaries, there is a simple, cost saving solution. Instead of three school districts in El Dorado Hills (Rescue, Buckeye and El Dorado Union High School), why not have just one district for our community? We’d be eliminating redundant administration costs […]

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UCP offers curbside pick up

SACRAMENTO — El Dorado County residents now can have their e-waste picked up curbside along with donations of household items, thanks to UCP of Sacramento and Northern California’s thrift store service. All items benefit UCP’s programs that empower people with developmental disabilities to live life without limits. To schedule a pickup call (800) 860-0357 or […]

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National Night Out comes to Cameron Park

Tuesday, Aug. 7, Burke Junction and the Shingle Springs/Cameron Park Chamber of Commerce will host the first National Night Out in Cameron Park. This event is supported by the El Dorado County Sheriff’s Department, local fire departments, the Cameron Park Community Services District and numerous local businesses in the area. Others taking part in this family […]

No Comment / July 10, 2012 | Posted in Cameron Park Life | Read More »

Folsom initiates first responder paramedic fee

Beginning July 15 the Folsom Fire Department will charge a $225 fee to help defray the cost of providing emergency care by highly trained paramedics on fire engine and truck companies. The City Council adopted the fee schedule at its June 26 meeting. “The Fire Department provides Emergency Medical Service for sick and injured patients […]

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Celebrating Independence Day in El Dorado Hills

EDITOR: This year on July 3 I attended the Town Center Fireworks Jubilee with my Boy Scout troop. There were thousands of people at the celebration and it looked like they all had fun. Independence Day, or Fourth of July, is a holiday that I think a lot of people misunderstand. For many it is just […]

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Prepare for the ‘Alpocalypse’

"Weird Al" comes to Three Stages Aug. 10 & 11. Courtesy photo

“Weird Al” kicks off Three Stages new season FOLSOM —  His full name is Alfred Matthew Yankovic — more accurately known as  “Weird Al” Yankovic — and the multi-Grammy Award winner brings his inspired lunacy to Three Stages this August as part of his Alpocalypse tour. “He’s the biggest selling comedy recording artist of all time — touring behind […]

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Help find Linnea Lomax

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On June 26 Linnea Lomax was last seen in the 800 block of Howe Avenue in Sacramento. At the time Lomax had a scheduled appointment at an out-patient psychiatric hospital. Lomax had previously suffered a nervous breakdown due to finals at UC Davis. Lomax left for lunch with no identification, no money and no transportation. Her […]

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