“This is a disgrace to our country!” How can you Americans go around saying, ‘French’ toast and ‘French’ fries? These are not French foods!” And with that, an evil plot is born that only two presidential cosmeticians can thwart. Seventh-grader Hailey Abraham let her imagination run wild in her contest-winning play “The C.I.A. (Cosmetics In […]
Quality of life discussions surrounded nearly every poster-board at the Capitol Southeast Connector JPA workshop Tuesday evening as residents, many from El Dorado Hills’ Four Seasons community off White Rock Road, studied a road project they say will ruin their peaceful neighborhood. “It just doesn’t make much sense to us,” said Sandra Parsons. “I don’t […]
Charles Witcher’s 13-foot Banshee class dinghy, “Ghost,” was an apparition that could not be touched as he sailed to four, first-place finishes to win the 45th annual Camellia Cup Regatta on Folsom Lake April 9. In the 40 years that Banshees have competed in the Camellia Cup, Witcher’s win was the first regatta championship by […]
Hands4Hope continues to put local kids on the front lines of challenging social issues most would never face in El Dorado Hills. The nonprofit’s founder and president Jennifer Bassett hosted a panel discussion on homelessness Friday that attracted roughly 100 attendees. Half were kids, many too young to comprehend the powerful message from three brave […]
I have to admit, it’s getting better A little better all the time Falsetto: It can’t get any worse — The Beatles The fourth annual El Dorado Hills Chamber of Commerce Business Walk put chamber members and elected officials on the streets once more — clipboards in hand, geeky convention badges around our necks flipped […]
Current and former Jackson Elementary School students sold lemonade Saturday to raise money for their El Dorado Hills school. They brought in $78.
By Devin McDonald Local elementary school students will soon get the rare opportunity to learn about ocean conservation—from other students. As part of Emily Kopania’s Girl Scout Gold Award project, students from Oak Ridge High School’s own ocean conservation club Walk the Talk, or WaTa, will host the first Ocean Fest on April 30. At […]