“What are you learning today?” Buckeye Union School District Superintendent Terry Wenig said she will miss asking this question most after she retires this June. Twice a week Wenig visits the classrooms of the 5,200 students that make up Buckeye’s five elementary, two middle and two charter schools — a highlight of her job. Born […]
The El Dorado Hills Senior Center hosted a Mardi Gras celebration March 8 and seniors really went wild … with their costumes, that is.
By Alex Bennett Oak Ridge High School and the surrounding community will support the Help Mito Kids Foundation, a non-profit which aids families dealing with mitochondrial disease as well as researches for a possible cure, at the Walk for Mito Kids — a 5k run/walk on Saturday, April 2, in El Dorado Hills Town Center. […]
This Friday, March 11, Girl Scouts in and around El Dorado Hills will celebrate World Thinking Day. The event will be held at the Lake Forest Elementary School gym, 2240 Sailsbury Drive in El Dorado Hills, from 5:30 to 8 p.m. There will be nearly 250 attendees, including more than 170 Girl Scouts celebrating and […]
The Folsom City Council approved an agreement with the city’s largest employee union, Local 39, at the council’s Feb. 22 meeting. Resolution No. 8805, authorizing adoption of a Memorandum of Understanding between the city of Folsom and the International Union of Operating Engineers-Stationary Engineers, Local 39, AFL-CIO, was unanimously passed on the consent calendar. The […]
Several months removed from his last public court appearance, suspected murderer Steven Paul Colver’s latest readiness conference was delayed yet again Friday morning. Colver, 20, is accused of killing the mother of Tylar Marie Witt, his former girlfriend, in 2009. Friday’s affair had been set as a readiness and settlement conference for Colver’s upcoming trial, […]
Rick Adams, El Dorado Hills “I worked as a seasonal firefighter on and off for two years. I was on a couple memorable campaigns, including a large fire in Sequoia National Forest. I should have kept that job. I’d be retired now.” Kris Persijn, El Dorado Hills “I was the gift wrapper at an Orchard […]