The Economic Development Advisory Council under the dynamic leadership of attorney Jim Brunello has done yeoman’s work in simplifying any number of regulations — from street standards to modern traffic measurements. And they have plowed an entire mile-square section of General Plan updating and zoning. We applaud that work, though the jury’s still out on the super-duper […]
El Dorado Hills club wrestlers had great successes on the mat at recent tournaments. County tournament held at Ponderosa High School: Jerod Horstman (76 pounds), 1st Ricky Eymann (108 pounds), 1st Jackson Redhair (83 pounds), 1st Jack Santina (89 pounds), 1st Taylor Chapman (83 pounds), 3rd Justin Lamson (83 pounds), 4th Mikey Mello (100 pounds), […]
The Sierra Economic Development Corporation is proud to partner with the El Dorado Hills Chamber of Commerce in providing affordable business classes to members (at a discount) and the public at large. El Dorado Hills Chamber of Commerce officials have selected choice classes to be presented in the area taught by experienced instructors conducted by […]
Air Force Airman Taylor M. Koeppel graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. The airman completed an intensive, eight-week program that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical fitness, and basic warfare principles and skills. Airmen who complete basic training earn four credits toward […]
Nearly 300 daddies and daughters danced their hearts out at the 11th annual Daddy & Me Valentine Dance hosted by the El Dorado Hills Community Services District at the CSD gym Friday night. Dads doted on their little ladies while doing the Chicken Dance in costume and slow dancing to “Butterfly Kisses,” which left all […]
El Dorado County’s 15 school districts continue to make school safety a top priority through a variety of strategies designed to further ensure the well-being of students, including concerted planning efforts between school districts, local law enforcement, and other county emergency service agencies. Our schools take every precaution to ensure the safety of students and […]
Four Trojans signed their college Letter of Intent forms at a ceremony on the campus Wednesday. Rower Paige Gugino will attend San Diego State; soccer’s Oliva Frace goes to the University of Louisiana; Middle Tennessee State soccer gets Carisa Rivers; and Michaela Kelsey will play soccer at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.