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Message from EID: Conservative financial planning pays off

As the El Dorado Irrigation District gets closer to completing its yearly update to the five-year capital improvement plan, this is an important moment to think about the immense interconnected complex of infrastructure that makes EID’s services so reliable — and what it takes to keep them that way. EID is caring for a system […]

Photography exhibit explores the stark worlds of the Holocaust

Viewpoint Photographic Art Center presents the work of Grass Valley photographer Ken Meyers in an exhibit entitled Remembering the Shoah: Images from Dachau, Auschwitz and Birkenau. Over the past 20 years Meyers has traveled the world capturing images, which speak to him on both an emotional and artistic level. His work focuses on black and white […]

Signing Day

Congratulations to these Oak Ridge High School athletes who committed to playing their sports in college: Elena Denner (cross country/track), Notre Dame; Kassidy DeLapp (basketball), Oklahoma State; Marie Olson (basketball), Southern Methodist University; Cameron Allie (baseball), Santa Clara University; Caleigh Clark (golf), California State University, Los Angeles; Madison Shields (volleyball), Pepperdine University; Maddie LaMont (volleyball), Brandeis University; Grace Wegman (volleyball), Adelphi […]

Preserve it! Persimmons: Drying & Using

Natalia Budillo UCCE Master Food Preservers of El Dorado County One of the changing landscapes of the American kitchen table has been the increase in the variety of fruits and vegetables available at any given time. Foods previously considered exotic by American standards have become a staple in mainstream grocery stores as well as farmers […]

Lake Forest School to honor veterans

Lake Forest Elementary School invites area veterans to be honored at the Celebration of Freedom assembly on Thursday, Nov. 9, from 9:15 to 10 a.m. in the multi-purpose room at 2240 Sailsbury Drive, El Dorado Hills. Veterans from local Veterans of Foreign Wars posts and friends and relatives of Lake Forest students will be present. A reception will […]

My Turn: California’s tax-and-spend cycle continues

The California Legislature has descended into policy madhouse where decisions defy every bit of fiscal and economic common sense and serve to put working-class people in the poorhouse. Case in point is this year’s tax-heavy legislative session, where the ruling party took breaks from abusing President Trump only long enough to pass bills making California […]

Celebrating a local veteran: Harold Kiser’s story

With the announcement of Japan’s surrender on Aug. 15, 1945, Harold Kiser thought he had safely made it through World War II. There would be no more pulling gliders or supply drops in the jungles of Burma for this C-47 pilot. Assigned to the 10th Air Force’s 2nd Commando 317 Troop Carrier Command since May 1944, Harold and his crew had flown numerous missions supporting Allied troops, and supplying Chinese forces. The conflict with Japan would not officially end until the surrender was signed on Sept. 2, 1945.

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