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Grateful for putting people first

Marty Larsen suffered debilitating injuries in an accident. Thanks to the community's help, he's able to stay in his El Dorado Hills home. Courtesy photo

Marty Larsen I have often imagined what our country would be like if all our leaders from the president to the mayor made all their major decisions by putting people first. Decision making based not on greed, power or fame but people.  This possibility is not as far off as you may think. I recently had […]

No Comment / August 18, 2014 | Posted in Feature Photos,News | Read More »

Blue Shield lends a hand with Hands4Hope

GIVING BACK — Blue Shield employees teamed up with Hands4Hope volunteers to distribute items to Sacramento's homeless population. Courtesy photo

Blue Shield of California team members from the El Dorado Hills and San Francisco offices joined a recent Hands4Hope Sacramento Homeless Outreach event, during which 23 Blue Shield team members and three Hands4Hope youth volunteers provided sack lunches, toiletries and clothing to more than 150 people in need. The team members and youth volunteers met at […]

No Comment / August 17, 2014 | Posted in Feature Photos,News | Read More »

Congratulations, Eagles

Cameron Stone, Cooper Lamb, Jake Triplett, and Nick Gladwell, left to right, have become Eagle Scouts. Courtesy photo

Golden Empire Council Troop 728 Boy Scouts Cameron Stone, Cooper Lamb, Jake Triplett, and Nick Gladwell recently earned the rank of Eagle Scout. The young men’s Court of Honor was held Wednesday, Aug. 13. The 15-year-old boys attend Oak Ridge High School.

No Comment / August 17, 2014 | Posted in Feature Photos,News | Read More »

District 2 race: George Turnboo wants to preserve rural lifestyle

George Turnboo

Promising to preserve El Dorado County’s rural atmosphere and history is District 2 Supervisor candidate George Turnboo. On his third try at being elected to the board, Turnboo said, “I have a passion, care about the community and care about its lifestyle. Being an old-time resident, I know a lot of stuff that has happened here in […]

2 Comments / August 14, 2014 | Posted in Featured Stories,News | Read More »

Mather Airport’s expansion given the go-ahead

Despite hundreds of formal complaints that Mather Airport’s nighttime air cargo operations are noisy enough, the Sacramento Board of Supervisors approved, 3-1, a 20-year-development plan and revised Environmental Impact Report that would expand cargo services. The master plan includes lengthening runways and upgrading the airport’s navigation aid, or Instrument Landing System, to a Category IIIb, […]

No Comment / August 14, 2014 | Posted in Featured Stories,News | Read More »

EDH Crime Watch: Aug. 8-12

The following information was taken from El Dorado County sheriff’s reports: Big haul Aug. 8: Thieves stole two vehicles and two trailers, as well as other items, from an El Dorado Hills Boulevard property. Open door Aug. 8: A thief entered an unlocked vehicle parked on Bairdsley Place and stole items. Double trouble Aug. 8: […]

No Comment / August 14, 2014 | Posted in Crime Watch | Read More »

American River Water Education Center seeks volunteers

FOLSOM — The Bureau of Reclamation’s Central California Area Office needs volunteers to assist at the American River Water Education Center. Located near Folsom Dam and along the American River bike trail, ARWEC offers an interesting and entertaining way to increase the public’s knowledge of the American River watershed, the water cycle, water management, resource conservation, and […]

No Comment / August 12, 2014 | Posted in Featured Stories,News | Read More »