Cameron Park Crime Watch: October

The following information was taken from El Dorado County sheriff’s reports: Shattered Oct. 1: Someone used a rock to shatter a Cambridge Road liquor store’s glass door. An alarm alerted deputies to the act. Nothing appeared to be taken from the business. Theft Oct. 1: A petty theft was reported on Larkspur Lane. Do not […]

November 06, 2012 | Posted in Crime Watch | Tagged ,

EDH Crime Watch: Sept. 26 through Oct. 3

The following information was taken from El Dorado County sheriff’s reports: Too much Sept. 26:  Deputies arrested a 49-year-old woman on suspicion of public intoxication on Wilson Boulevard. Stray bullet Sept. 27: A bullet was found on the ground of a Harvard Way school campus. Where will we party? Sept. 28: Someone stole the tailgate […]

October 10, 2012 | Posted in Crime Watch | Tagged ,

High school of horrors

Welcome to Afterlife High where toxic waste overflows in the science lab, fingers (not finger food) are served up in the lunchroom and rattlesnakes slither across the locker room showers. You can’t wake up for this nightmare created by Hands4Hope – Youth Making a Difference … you just have to walk through and hope you […]

October 10, 2012 | Posted in Feature Photos | Tagged ,

Student makes a great impression, again

The Rotary Club of El Dorado Hills honored Rolling Hills student Ryan Manriquez as Student of the Month, again. This is the second time Ryan has earned the award, with this year’s nomination coming from seventh-grade teacher Mary Bears-Sylvia, who told the audience at the Oct. 3 meeting that Ryan is “positive in every way […]

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Vote early beginning Monday

The Registrar of Voters will offer early voting beginning Oct. 8 —  the first day voters may cast a ballot in the Nov. 6 Consolidated General Election. Vote by mail ballots will be mailed to voters on Oct. 9. Early voting will be available Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the Elections Department located […]

October 10, 2012 | Posted in Featured Stories | Tagged ,

Petersens recipe for smaller, faster, cheaper emergency response

Asking a single ambulance to cover all of El Dorado Hills is “simply not the fastest way to get sick people to hospitals,” said Craig Petersen. He and his wife Sherry are running for the two contested seats on the El Dorado Hills Fire Board. They question the ratio of 12 fire apparatus to one […]

Author shares her thoughts on freedom, democracy

In times of war, misinformation and hysteria can lead to tragic mistakes. Jeanne Wakatsuki Houston, one of 120,000 Japanese Americans placed in 10 internment camps during World War II, knows this better than most. The author of “Farewell to Manzanar” shared her experiences and strong belief in democracy last week at the El Dorado Hills […]

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