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Stracener campaign gets sleazy

EDITOR: Judge Warren Stracener is mailing literature that uses smear tactics to hurt his opponent. This win-at-all-costs approach is what we expect from sleazy politicians, not judicial candidates. Is this the kind of person we want as our judge? Judge Eddie Keller(Ret.) El Dorado County Superior Court Shingle Springs

1 Comment / October 29, 2012 | Posted in Letters to the Editor | Read More »

Stracener mailers show his true character

EDITOR: Hypocrisy? At a forum I attended, Judge Warren Stracener spoke compassionately about the kids he encounters in juvenile court. But last spring and again this week he mailed campaign flyers that proudly displayed his family photo on one side and recklessly smeared his opponent on the other. How does Mr. Stracener explain to his […]

1 Comment / October 29, 2012 | Posted in Letters to the Editor | Read More »

Stracener changes candidate statement

Local bail bondsman and political activist Chuck Holland was prepared to enter into litigation against El Dorado County Superior Court Judge Warren “Curt” Stracener, who Holland said  misrepresented himself to voters on a candidate statement. As of Aug. 13 the statement in question had been changed. “Holland has had repeated contact through his lawyers with Stracener’s legal […]

Comments Off on Stracener changes candidate statement / August 15, 2012 | Posted in Featured Stories,News | Read More »

Academic Decathlon: ORHS dethrones Ponderosa

Oak Ridge High School won the 35th annual El Dorado County Academic Decathlon on Saturday, besting five other teams and dramatically ending Ponderosa High School’s 24-year win streak. Oak Ridge, which hosted the competition, advances to the state finals in Sacramento at the end of March. Long time Oak Ridge coach Jeff Hassian was ecstatic following […]

No Comment / February 06, 2017 | Posted in Feature Photos,News | Read More »

Diligent decathletes prep for brainy brawl

In the world of Academic Decathlon you won’t see bone-crushing tackles or buzzer-beating three pointers. There are no trash-talking parents or bench-clearing brawls. Still, these events can be thrillingly competitive and require as much dedication and preparation as any sport. These intellectual gladiators train relentlessly, challenging themselves mentally the same way athletes do physically. Ponderosa […]

No Comment / February 01, 2017 | Posted in Cameron Park Life,Featured Stories,News | Read More »

An appealing project

How would you like to live in a comfortable apartment within walking distance of a grocery store, movie theater, great restaurants and shopping? Did we mention live, summer night concerts and a host of community events right in your front yard? The planned apartment complex in El Dorado Hills Town Center is perfect for those who […]

Comments Off on An appealing project / February 03, 2016 | Posted in Commentary | Read More »

Court denies Town Center apartment project

“The El Dorado Hills Town Center Apartments project approval has been overturned by the courts, one year after its approval by the Board of Supervisors.” So begins a prepared statement from the group known as Citizens for Sensible Growth in El Dorado Hills released last week. “The court ruling substantiates the public’s claims that the […]

1 Comment / December 28, 2015 | Posted in Feature Photos,News | Read More »



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