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Top students leave their mark on essay contest

What do you feel should be the most pressing goal of the new president? The topic for this year’s Fred Winn Democratic Party Essay Contest sponsored by Democrats of El Dorado County encouraged local high school juniors and seniors to consider the issues facing America under President Trump. The $1,500 first place prize went to James Yoon […]

April 05, 2017 | Posted in Cameron Park Life | Tagged ,

County aims to improve community health

April 3-9 is National Public Health Week — a time to highlight efforts across the nation to improve the health and wellbeing of residents. This year in El Dorado County, the Public Health Division of the El Dorado County Health and Human Services Agency, is working with agency partners and local community members to develop […]

April 05, 2017 | Posted in News | Tagged ,

Pursuits lead to EDH man’s arrest

An El Dorado Hills man ended up in jail after allegedly evading police on two separate incidents.

Folsom police detectives arrested Michael David Treece, 19, March 28 after reported pursuits on March 16 & 18.

On March 16 a Folsom police officer was working traffic enforcement along Empire Ranch Road when he saw a white Nissan 350Z speeding and intiated a traffic stop. The driver did not stop and sped away; after a short chase, the officer discontinued the pursuit for safety reasons.

My Turn: Emergency conditions and EID’s dedicated workers

As I write this column, the El Dorado Irrigation District has teams deployed addressing multiple emergency projects. Some are engaged in an emergency sewer line fix; others are cutting roads into remote hilltops to enable access to damaged flume and canal sections. Some of those flume and canal sections will only be accessible by helicopter because […]

March 29, 2017 | Posted in Commentary | Tagged ,

CAO report: County budget a mixed bag

Chief Administrative Officer Don Ashton recently gave a good news/bad news presentation to the El Dorado County Board of Supervisors. During his mid-year budget report, Ashton noted that the county’s General Fund revenues to fund the “net county costs” element are projected to be about $2.4 million more than budgeted. The other side of that coin, […]

March 22, 2017 | Posted in Featured Stories | Tagged ,

B Street Theatre hosts digital privacy event

Join B Street Theatre for a special event addressing the modern issues surrounding digital privacy. The theater partners with the The Goethe-Institute in Washington, D.C., to present short plays written by playwrights across the country and the globe as they explore the challenges of the digital age. The evening will feature an hour-long performance and talk-back followed by a social hour […]

March 22, 2017 | Posted in Entertainment | Tagged ,

Celebrate young artists, Japanese culture, women at the Crocker

The Crocker Art Museum serves again as a venue for Sacramento-area schools and art organizations participating in the California Art Education Association’s Youth Art Month, which celebrates exceptional arts education programs in this exhibition of student artwork. The show runs through April 2. Also this month, the museum plays host to a variety of art-related events. […]

March 15, 2017 | Posted in Entertainment | Tagged ,
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My Turn: Let’s talk budget

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My Turn: Leaving a legacy of light and love

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Messy trees

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The March for Science

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Can you hear me now, Tom?

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Ask A Care Manager: Affording home care

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Garden Guru: UC Davis Arboretum

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Healthcare in America

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This is America

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Billingsley’s Bullets

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Thank you for another successful year

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My Turn: A Serrano homeowner’s side

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Heaven and Earth

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Garden Guru: Giant Sequoias

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Classic cars and trains meet this weekend

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Crocker celebrates all families

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Holocaust survivor to share brave story

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Bountiful berries in May

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Oak Ridge swim does it again

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Sports Shorts, May 22, 2017

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Lady Trojans win first two

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Taz swim suffers tough loss

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Scoreboard

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Trojan baseball splits games

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Schedule: May 25-26, 2017

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Oak Ridge softball co-champs

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Scoreboard

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Schedule: May 17-23, 2017

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Trojans down Rocklin

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Scoreboard

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Schedule: May 10-16, 2017

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Trojan Sports Physical Night

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Troy gets in despite loss

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