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Hartley and Giraudo have my vote

EDITOR: I am an El Dorado Hills professional firefighter and EDH resident who proudly supports Jim Hartley and John Giraudo. This is why: These candidates are experts in the fire and emergency services field with more than 60 years of combined service to their communities. I support them because they know what the fire service requires […]

Comments Off on Hartley and Giraudo have my vote / October 05, 2016 | Posted in Letters to the Editor | Read More »

Ask a Care Manager: Fall prevention — what can you do to protect yourself?

Mrs. Hill lives in her own home and is fiercely independent. She is very active and enjoys attending bunco with her ladies group every week. However, last week on her way to the car, Mrs. Hill tripped over an extension cord in the garage and fell. She was transported to the emergency room with a […]

Comments Off on Ask a Care Manager: Fall prevention — what can you do to protect yourself? / June 08, 2016 | Posted in Commentary | Read More »

Low Flying Angels celebrate half-century in the sky

Kip Levinsky Low Flying Angels The Low Flying Angels, a Sacramento-based flying club, recently celebrated its 50th anniversary at the Mather Jet Center. Founded by Louie Kraushar of Cameron Park in 1966, the club is a nonprofit comprised of 12 pilots and flying aficionados flying its Cessna 172 Skyhawk II. Originally based at Phoenix Field […]

Comments Off on Low Flying Angels celebrate half-century in the sky / June 03, 2016 | Posted in Cameron Park Life,Feature Photos | Read More »

Flying high: 50 years in the blue sky

Age is no barrier to Cameron Park pilot Bob Jerauld, who, at 82, is still doing what he loves — flying. The recent recipient of the Wright Brothers Master Pilot Award from the Federal Aviation Administration, Jerauld earned the award for flying for 50 years without an accident or FAA violation and maintaining his pilot’s license continuously […]

Comments Off on Flying high: 50 years in the blue sky / May 02, 2016 | Posted in Cameron Park Life,Feature Photos | Read More »

Development approved: Dixon Ranch gets the go-ahead

After a four-hour hearing the El Dorado County Planning Commission approved the Dixon Ranch residential development at its Jan. 14 meeting. Located in El Dorado Hills, the development proposes 604 new single-family homes on 280 acres on the south side of Green Valley Road near Malcolm Dixon Road. A 5-acre lot is carved out to accommodate an existing residence in the area. […]

Comments Off on Development approved: Dixon Ranch gets the go-ahead / January 18, 2016 | Posted in Feature Photos,News | Read More »

Walk on the ‘wild’ side with the crypt keepers in Sacramento

America is a nation rich in history. To get a feel for that history it is often necessary to travel east. But not always. Today’s activities column takes a look westward. To, of all places, the Historic City Cemetery in Sacramento. There is some amazing stuff buried there amidst the lilies and the wild flowers. […]

Comments Off on Walk on the ‘wild’ side with the crypt keepers in Sacramento / September 20, 2015 | Posted in Entertainment,Spotlight Columns | Read More »

Book review-‘Mean Mom’s Guide to Raising Great Kids’

The Mean Mom’s Guide to Raising Great Kids, by Joanne Kraft, published by Leafwood Publishers, March 2015, paperback and ebook versions, 256 pgs. Tiger Moms, beware! “Mean Moms” are speaking up, some 75 of them. Instilling boundaries in the lives of her children, the mean mom “keeps her word when it’s hard; gives, models and […]

Comments Off on Book review-‘Mean Mom’s Guide to Raising Great Kids’ / July 19, 2015 | Posted in Entertainment | Read More »



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