People talk: How confident are you that the president and Congress will pass an effective jobs plan?
SHINGLE SPRINGS — At the Buckeye Union School District Board of Trustees meeting held Aug. 17 the board voted to utilize a recent grant from the private Buckeye Education Foundation to reinstate district physical education (P.E.) and library positions previously cut for the 2011-12 school year. “Thanks to the generosity of our community’s gifts to […]
Band stops home on tour Way before rock band The Ramblin’ Years’ was lighting up Seattle’s popular club circuit, lead singer Sean Clavere attended Oak Ridge High School, at which time he played in the marching band and led his first band, The Late Chaps. Now Clavere and The Ramblin’ Years are coming back to […]
El Dorado Hills Fire Department Battalion Chief Dave Brady confessed that he’s known as someone who “generally works too much.” That’s understandable given his job, or should we say jobs. For more than a year, Brady, 40, has served as the A Shift battalion chief; he’s also responsible for testing new hires and those seeking promotions […]
It’s officially spring and the Cameron Park Community Services District has many exciting events planned. CPCSD celebrates its partners! At the March Board of Directors’ meeting, a certificate of appreciation was given to the Cameron Park Rotary Club for its contributions to the improvement of Hacienda Park, including the Americans with Disabilities Act pathway, benches, small dog […]
SACRAMENTO — The California State Fair is now accepting entries for its annual Commercial Cheese competition to be held May 20. California cheese producers continue to stimulate California’s economy by creating more than 440,000 jobs and $63 billion in economic activity. Submitting entries through our online system makes it easy for you to be part of […]
Citing both the General Plan and a “work-in-progress” strategic plan, the El Dorado County Board of Supervisors launched a project to spur economic development at its March 17 meeting. Tuesday’s morning session at the El Dorado Hills Fire Department’s Station 85 drew an audience of about 100, including county staff. “There is no magic bullet […]