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Earthquakes win prestigious West Coast tourney

The internationally recognized San Diego Surf Cup has been the summer showcase for youth soccer’s best of the best for more than 30 years. The tournament draws the attention of thousands of spectators and attracts more than 450 college coaches and scouts.  This year spectators and coaches watched as the U16 Folsom Lake Earthquakes won […]

August 30, 2017 | Posted in Sports | Tagged ,

Ashby marks 20 years at New Morning

This month New Morning Youth & Family Services celebrates the 20th anniversary of Executive Director David Ashby, who has spent his last two decades tirelessly supporting the county’s runaway, abandoned and homeless youth. Ashby started his career in higher education working at California Polytechnic State University and Doane College. He was accepted to a doctorate program in […]

August 16, 2017 | Posted in News | Tagged ,

Planning and Building director selected

The El Dorado County Board of Supervisors appointed Roger Trout as director of Planning and Building, effective immediately. “With more than 27 years of experience in nearly every capacity of the county’s Planning and Building functions, Roger’s expertise of El Dorado County is particularly valuable as we make many of our processes more streamlined and […]

August 09, 2017 | Posted in News | Tagged ,

EDH teens suspected of starting Latrobe Fire

Cal Fire law enforcement officers, in conjunction with the Sacramento County District Attorney’s Office, arrested two El Dorado Hills men for recklessly causing the Latrobe Fire on July 26.

Jacob Place, 18 and Maxwell Goldsworthy, 18 were booked into the Sacramento County Jail on Thursday, Aug. 3.

El Dorado Hills man honored for volunteer service

El Dorado Hills volunteer Bill Tobin has been recognized for the sixth straight year by former President Barack Obama and humanitarian organization ShelterBox USA with the President’s Volunteer Service Award for his efforts in 2016 to assist disaster survivors. When disasters like Hurricane Matthew and the Syrian refugee crisis strike, many want to help. Tobin […]

August 02, 2017 | Posted in News | Tagged ,

Are you ready to go if wildfire strikes?

With August comes the rising thermometer, children returning to school, and the increased threat of large and damaging wildfires throughout our region. In past months the safety message has been about how to get “Ready” and “Set” for wildfire. This month we should all be ready to “Go”. Go is the most dynamic of the […]

August 01, 2017 | Posted in Cameron Park Life | Tagged ,

My Turn: Brown’s fire tax hypocrisy an amazing political spectacle

Gov. Jerry Brown dangled the elimination of the illegal “fire tax” as a sweetener for Republicans to vote for his incredibly expensive, pie-in-the-sky climate change scheme that will put billions upon billions of dollars in new costs on the backs of California families and businesses. I hate the fire tax. It smacks of all the […]

July 26, 2017 | Posted in Commentary | Tagged ,
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