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RUSD Board of Trustees candidate: Stephanie Kent

Stephanie Kent said after years of involvement in her kids’ schools, the time is right to serve on the Rescue Union School District Board of Trustees. Kent has two children, a freshman at Ponderosa and a middle school student at Pleasant Grove. Both attended Green Valley Elementary, where Kent served on the Parent-Teacher-Organization for seven years, […]

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A visionary leader: Stephanie Edwards-Norfleet leads coalition

Stephanie Edwards-Norfleet has taken the helm as the executive director the El Dorado Community Vision Coalition. “Stephanie Edwards-Norfleet’s experience and background in working with non-profit organizations was outstanding,” said coalition board Vice President Bill Wild. “The entire interview panel agreed that Stephanie would be a great executive director and would be a positive addition to El Dorado […]

Comments Off on A visionary leader: Stephanie Edwards-Norfleet leads coalition / June 07, 2016 | Posted in Feature Photos,News | Read More »

My Turn: Mental health first aid

What is stigma? The dictionary defines it as “a mark of disgrace associated with a particular circumstance, quality or person.” Stigma is a word that has the power to isolate people and stop people from asking for help, even when they need it. When it comes to the stigma associated with depression, thoughts of suicide and […]

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Local students tackle app challenge

A group of local high school students recently won an app development competition at California State University, Sacramento. Their app “Bloom” took first place out of a field of 50 other high school teams. Sam Arcangel, a senior at Ponderosa High School, spoke with Cameron Park Life about his team’s accomplishment. “For me it started with […]

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Join El Dorado County’s Teen Court

El Dorado County Teen Court is now recruiting new student participants for the spring program. Teen Court is a unique and highly successful program that actively involves teens in the local judicial system. The program operates in both Placerville and South Lake Tahoe. After completing mandatory orientation training, teens serve as personnel in real court […]

Comments Off on Join El Dorado County’s Teen Court / January 11, 2017 | Posted in Featured Stories,News | Read More »

Oak Ridge student receives Congressional Silver Medal

Congressman Tom McClintock recently presented the Congressional Silver Medal to Oak Ridge High School student Tifany Wong, who received the award for her extensive volunteer service, personal development, physical fitness and exploration. Tifany has helped the local community through El Dorado County Youth Commission, El Dorado County Teen Court, the California Association of Student Council and the […]

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Election count complete, certified

Four weeks ago El Dorado County voters performed their civic duty by casting ballots in the 2016 presidential election. While some voted absentee or provisional, more than 83 percent voted overall. The total number of votes cast was 97,024 out of 116,459 registered voters, according to Registrar of Voters Bill Schultz. Schultz sent the data […]

Comments Off on Election count complete, certified / December 09, 2016 | Posted in Featured Stories,News | Read More »



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