By Krysten Kellum Steven Fereria has been collecting sports memorabilia since he was a kid and he’s got a lot of stuff. Fereria, 50, recently relocated from the Bay Area to open Legends Sports Collectibles and More in Cameron Park. He’s not doing it for money—just a good time. “I’m not concerned with getting rich [...]
Former El Dorado County Sheriff Jeff Neves retired in late 2009, a full year before his term ended. He offered up the tried-and-true but paper-thin “time with family” exculpation to explain his departure. Neves’ CalPERS retirement benefit, a tidy $15,202 per month, might have also factored into the decision. With pension reform in the wind, Neves [...]
Challenged wire-to-wire by El Camino Wednesday in the second round of the Trojan Toss Up, host Oak Ridge held on for a 60-54 victory to advance to the tournament final against either Kennedy or Christian Brothers. Returning to the championship game of their own tournament is nothing new to the Lady Trojans — being in [...]
El Dorado County native plans to run for Sweeney’s District 3 supervisor seat El Dorado Hills Fire Chief Brian Veerkamp gave his “90-day notice” during the Dec. 9 fire board meeting, citing tentative plans to run for Jack Sweeney’s District 3 county supervisor seat opening up in 2012. He will leave the department in March. [...]
By Lee Gordon Mother Lode News correspondent A steady barrage was interrupted by two feverish bursts Saturday in the Division II CIF State Football Championship. That’s not a rain reference. It was awful weather and awful field conditions at the Home Depot Center on the California State University Dominguez Hills campus, but anyone associated with [...]
Former El Dorado Hills Community Services District general manager Wayne Lowery takes his place on the CSD Board of Directors with incumbents Bill Vandegrift and Tony Rogozinski reelected in November. The men will each serve a four-year term. Noelle Mattock and Guy Gertsch are the other two CSD directors.
On a typical morning run Elk Grove resident Walt Lytle powered up a hill in the Negro Bar area of the American River Trail — mile 9 of a planned 14-mile run. “I told my buddy, ‘I think I’ll just walk for a while,’” Lytle said, “and at that point I just fell to my [...]