On Feb. 22 the Mother Lode Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution honored two local heroes. El Dorado County Sheriff’s Deputy William Turnbull and Placerville City Police Det. Ricky Brown received the Sons of the American Revolution Law Enforcement Commendation Medal and Certificate at the chapters dinner meeting at the Denny’s Restaurant in […]
El Dorado County Animal Services has not increased its fees in several years. Animal Services proposed a number of fee increases during a Feb. 28 El Dorado County Board of Supervisors’ public hearing, where they were passed and will go into effect April 1. Not all of Animal Services fees were recommended for an increase, […]
Young dancers who dream of someday gracing the Broadway stage have the opportunity to dance alongside the pros with California Musical Theatre’s Masters Dance Classes, beginning March 18. Each class coincides with a Broadway Sacramento production, giving experienced dance students 14 and older the chance to share in the pre-performance rituals of Broadway stage actors […]
OAK RIDGE’S DANCE TEAM Won a National Title banner during last week’s competition. The girls finished first with their lyrical piece, “Cosmic Love.” They also took second in varsity jazz competition with their routine choreographed to the song “Only Girl.” The banner marks the first national title won by the team.
By Eric Laughlin Mother Lode News correspondent The Cameron Park Community Services District Board of Directors has reached a pool usage contract with the Sierra Sharks Swim Team that doesn’t stray much from what was agreed to last year. The swim team will have access to the pool for a total of 263 hours from […]
This month, Three Stages at Folsom Lake College will feature Nobel Laureate Luigi Pirandello’s most famous drama, “Six Characters in Search of an Author,” produced by Aquila Theatre. “Six Characters in Search of an Author” will run for one performance only at 8 p.m. Saturday, March 12. “Aquila Theatre is exceptional, and this play is […]
By Eric Laughlin Mother Lode News correspondent Faced with lower property tax intake this year and a grim prediction for next, Cameron Park Community Services District directors have paved the way to reduce the number of firefighters standing post in the community. At the February meeting the board unanimously voted in favor of giving Cal Fire the […]