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Public Health offering back-to-school childhood immunizations

New state law goes into full effect this school year The El Dorado County Health and Human Services Agency’s Public Health Nursing Division reminds parents to plan now for the coming school year by ensuring their child is up-to- date on required immunizations. For those families without a health care provider, Public Health is now offering low-cost back-to- school […]

July 20, 2016 | Posted in Featured Stories | Tagged ,

EDH Crime Watch: July 7-13

The following information was taken from El Dorado County sheriff’s reports: July 7 10:48 a.m. A vehicle burglary was reported on Rookery Place. 12:55 p.m. An Olson Lane resident reported that someone stole items from his garage. July 8 7:29 a.m. Someone stole items from two locked vehicles parked in a Rosado Way driveway. 8:15 […]

July 20, 2016 | Posted in Crime Watch | Tagged ,

$61 million sheriff’s facility gets go-ahead

The El Dorado County Board of Supervisors approved moving forward on an approximately $61 million public safety facility, voting 4-1 during a special meeting July 11. Board Chairman Ron Mikulaco opposed the project saying that financial analysis to date is insufficient. Sheriff’s Department staff and volunteers packed the board chambers to standing room only and vigorously […]

July 20, 2016 | Posted in Feature Photos | Tagged ,

Sacco and Triano win SOA seats

Newcomers Don Sacco and George Triano have won the two open seats on the five-seat Serrano Owners Association Board of Directors. Incumbent Dean Getz came in third. Approximately 53 percent of ballots were returned in time for the July 15 vote at El Dorado Hills Fire Station 85. Sacco came in first with 1,669 votes, […]

July 20, 2016 | Posted in Featured Stories | Tagged ,

May statewide residential water conservation at 28 percent

The State Water Resources Control Board recently announced that Californians cut residential water use by 28 percent in May in comparison with the amount of water used in May 2013. According to the SWB, cumulatively local water suppliers have saved 1.6 million acre feet in the 12 months since mandatory conservation goals began — enough […]

July 20, 2016 | Posted in Featured Stories | Tagged

Slip renters, McClintock fume over water policies

Until the drought began five years ago, Folsom Lake Marina operator at Brown’s Ravine Ken Christensen said it was typical for boats to stay in rented slips until October, with 5 mph signs posted through December. For the past few years 675 slip renters have had to pull their boats out of the water well […]

July 13, 2016 | Posted in Feature Photos | Tagged ,

Crib Notes: Keep calm and show some respect

Pray for Orlando. Pray for Dallas. If not one city, tragedy strikes somewhere else on a monthly, now nearly daily, basis. Perhaps we should pray for our youth — that they will find a better way to rebuild our broken nation once they are in charge. This may be too tall an order since many children today […]

July 13, 2016 | Posted in Commentary | Tagged ,
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