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Church hosts spirituality, aging series

St. Stephen’s Lutheran Church, 1001 Olson Lane, is presenting a series on Spirituality and Aging on Wednesday evenings, Feb. 18 through March 25. In Joan Chittister’s book “The Gift of Years: Growing Older Gracefully” she writes, “We’re ‘old’ — translate ‘useless,’ translate ‘unwanted,’ translate ‘out of place,’ translate ‘incompetent.’ We are the over-the-hill gang, our […]

February 04, 2015 | Posted in Featured Stories | Tagged ,

Rare aircraft get a new life

Inside a “sea blue” metal building beside the Cameron Park Airport, 15 craftsmen restore U.S. Navy WWII warbirds that truly are the “rarest of the rare.” Currently being restored at Vultures Row Aviation are a Douglas SBD Dauntless dive bomber, the bomber that won the battle of Midway; a Curtiss SB2C Helldiver, the Navy bomber […]

February 03, 2015 | Posted in Cameron Park Life | Tagged ,

Local club has top finishers

Over the weekend, members of the El Dorado Hills Wrestling Club competed at three tournaments. On Saturday in Rocklin at the Hardwood Palace was the middle school Natomas Tournament of Champions qualifier. First-place trophies went to Jose Sanchez, Kai Schaefer and Kaden West. At the Elementary Championships at Kerr Middle School in Elk Grove, Gavin Luna brought home third place, and Caleb […]

January 28, 2015 | Posted in Sports

Mixed All Star Dual Team takes third place

ELK GROVE — Elite middle school wrestlers recently came together from all over El Dorado County to form an All-Star Dual Team to compete at the Brandon Matsumoto Team Duals at Kerr Middle School in Elk Grove. The wrestlers placed third as a team out of 10 teams — its only loss to the first place team […]

January 21, 2015 | Posted in Sports | Tagged

Ask a care manager: Alzheimer’s disease and caregiving burden

Jessica M. Myers, MSW Nelly is 83 years old and in end-stage Alzheimer’s disease. Family began to notice signs of memory loss when Nelly was in her mid-60s. They noticed that she would become forgetful, would forget to pay bills on time or would get confused about her mail and send money to solicitors thinking […]

January 21, 2015 | Posted in Commentary | Tagged ,

Freshmen clinch Toss-Up title

The Oak Ridge freshman boys basketball team claimed victory in the Trojan Toss-Up tournament last week. After defeating Vista del Lago, 72-36, the boys battled Rio Americano for the second time this season. The Trojans won the game in overtime, 73-70.  On Dec. 30, the freshmen claimed the championship title in a hard fought battle over Del Oro, 55-48. […]

January 14, 2015 | Posted in Sports | Tagged ,

Guest column: My analysis of EID

By Dale Coco In preparation for this report I met with staff, toured facilities and reviewed relevant documents. This involved multiple encounters lasting two to five hours each and extensive travel. I did this for two reasons: to fully inform myself about EID in order to perform my duties as a director to the best […]

January 07, 2015 | Posted in Commentary | Tagged ,
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