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Oak Ridge Junior Trojans sent two teams to finals

The Oak Ridge Junior Trojans (ORJT) had the honor of hosting the Sierra Athletic Conference (SAC) Championship games on Saturday Nov. 12 at Oak Ridge High School. Two teams from ORJT made it to the championships: the Mighty Mite (7-8 year-olds) and Junior Pee Wee (9-10 year-olds). The Mighty Mite team finished the season with […]

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Message from EID: Infrastructure and the CIP, understanding the cost

As 2016 comes to a close the El Dorado Irrigation District continues on a strong path guided by a solid financial plan and sustainable capital improvement program. On Oct 24 the EID Board of Directors approved a 2017–21 capital improvement program that chips steadily away at the many projects necessary to keep EID’s facilities in good condition so […]

Comments Off on Message from EID: Infrastructure and the CIP, understanding the cost / November 16, 2016 | Posted in Commentary | Read More »

Ask a Care Manager: Food and the inflammation process

Betty Lynn was diagnosed with arthritis 10 years ago. She didn’t believe in diets and ate pretty much whatever she felt like. Betty enjoyed cereal with sugar, the Sunday doughnut, Chinese food on Friday nights and frozen pizza. Betty wasn’t overweight and by first glance she appeared to be in good shape. Everyone complimented on her physical shape so she […]

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Veterans share stories at Holy Trinity

Holly Barbaccia Say thank you. Shake a hand. Ask about their story.  These are just a few of the many ways Holy Trinity students Abby Connolly, Irma Francis and Matthew Haar invited the crowd to honor veterans. The students urged classmates, parishioners and community members to make a pledge to honor a vet — not just in November but in every […]

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Veterans Day ceremonies to recognize service, sacrifice

Veterans Day ceremonies (being held Friday at 11 a.m. at the El Dorado County Veterans Monument; 360 Fair Lane, Placerville) will recognize an El Dorado County veteran who died as a result of injuries incurred while serving in Afghanistan, honor an El Dorado County chaplain who has devoted his life in service to military veterans, their […]

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Trunk or Treating with a twist

Sixty Madrone Montessori preschool students didn’t get candy in their bags during their annual Trunk or Treat event last week. Instead students and parents took part in a community service activity the school called Gather and Give. Students at the El Dorado Hills school came dressed as cowboys and cowgirls, walked around to western-themed stations […]

2 Comments / November 02, 2016 | Posted in Feature Photos,News | Read More »

Stay fire smart this holiday season

Mike Kaslin Cameron Park Fire Chief/ Cal Fire Unit Chief Amador-El Dorado Unit There is no denying it, the now five-year drought has affected how quickly wildland fires grow and with a ferocity never seen before. Now that it’s November we should be able to catch our breath and let our guard down right? Wrong! One […]

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