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Best New Restaurant: Milestone Restaurant

Nick Dedier loves introducing his customers to new things. At Milestone Restaurant he does just that — an approach that keeps diners coming back for more. “There’s got to be a sense of discovery when you’re eating out,” Dedier said. “We’re always changing our menu and we’re always changing our wine and beer menu.” Milestone serves […]

No Comment / March 01, 2017 | Posted in Best of 2016 | Read More »

Best New Car Dealer: Thompsons Family of Dealerships

Thompsons Family of Dealerships in Placerville is the hot spot to buy a new car, providing stellar customer service and a vehicle purchasing experience second to none. The folks at Thompsons have a large inventory featuring the widest range of vehicles from Toyotas to Buicks and GMCs as well as Chryslers, Dodges, Jeeps and Rams. Thompsons has three locations within minutes of […]

No Comment / March 01, 2017 | Posted in Best of 2016 | Read More »

New York Creek Trail controversy

EDITOR: I was saddened to read such a one-sided story about an unnecessary trail controversy in El Dorado Hills. It is mind boggling that this project has become an uproar. It like a solution looking for a problem. The trail has been safely shared by kids going to school, walkers, dog walkers, runners and mountain […]

No Comment / March 01, 2017 | Posted in Letters to the Editor | Read More »

Spring brings new arts and entertainment to campus

California State Unversity, Sacramento News release A celebration of the arts, the world’s largest peach, illustrious book illustrations, award-winning jazz and the silver anniversary of a trailblazing dance company — it’s all happening at California State University, Sacramento, this spring as part of the university’s Arts Experience.   Festival of the Arts This year’s campus-wide […]

Comments Off on Spring brings new arts and entertainment to campus / February 15, 2017 | Posted in Entertainment | Read More »

Grow For It! Rain gardens — a new approach

Alice Cantelow UCCE Master Gardener of El Dorado County Remember the old days when you could just throw water at any plant you chose for your garden to get it to thrive? Now we know better — wet winter or not, drought or not, we’ve learned that our California water is precious and limited. Water conservation in our homes […]

Comments Off on Grow For It! Rain gardens — a new approach / February 08, 2017 | Posted in Spotlight Columns | Read More »

Buddy Bench nurtures new friendships

Amidst the joyful chaos of recess at Blue Oak Elementary School, two children sit pensively on a blue bench at the edge of the basketball courts. They watch the other kids for a few moments, then the older child turns to the younger and holds out a foursquare ball. In the blink of an eye, […]

Comments Off on Buddy Bench nurtures new friendships / February 07, 2017 | Posted in Cameron Park Life | Read More »

Runaway Stage takes next step for new performing arts center

Runaway Stage Productions has signed a lease for its West Sacramento property with plans to complete the new RSP Center for Performing Arts by mid-2017. The Armrod Charitable Foundation recently donated $10,000 toward the project and will match up to $140,000 in donations received through June 2017. “We are very excited to move forward with […]

Comments Off on Runaway Stage takes next step for new performing arts center / February 01, 2017 | Posted in Entertainment | Read More »



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