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Crocker Art Museum gets jazzy and topical in August

Summer is in full swing and so are events at the Crocker Art Museum. Next month patrons will enjoy many special programs. Lunch & Learn Aug. 1: Join an in-depth examination of “Incantation,” 2014 by Martin Wittfooth at noon or 1 p.m. Before or after the 30-minute gallery conversation, take time to enjoy lunch at the […]

Cameron Park, Cal Fire welcome new chief

We would like to take this opportunity to welcome Scott Lindgren back to the Amador-El Dorado Unit and Cameron Park Fire Department as our new fire chief. Chief Lindgren began his fire service career with local government fire departments in Cameron Park, Folsom, Montebello and Vacaville. He transitioned to Cal Fire in 1996 as a […]

Tribe settles lawsuit against gas station project

A lawsuit brought against the local Miwok tribe’s latest development was settled one day before El Dorado County Superior Court Judge Warren Stracener was to hear merits of the case. For several months the Shingle Springs Band of Miwok Indians and El Dorado Council Inc. have been engaged in negotiations over the project off Shingle Springs Drive. Information released by […]

June 06, 2017 | Posted in Cameron Park Life | Tagged ,

My Turn: To keep college affordable, we must hold universities accountable

Earlier this year, I called on both the UC Board of Regents and CSU Trustees to halt proposed tuition increases until at least the spring,when the state auditor was due to release two reports on the spending of the UC Office of the president and the California State University system. Joining with other legislators and […]

May 17, 2017 | Posted in Commentary | Tagged ,

Oak Ridge to end year with a sweet send-off

It smells a little sweeter on Oak Ridge High School’s campus this time of year. Art students drew 1,000 chalk flowers in only two days across campus during the school’s Random Acts of Kindness Week last Tuesday and Wednesday. The flowers’ lingering effects will live on, however. They will be featured in the Art Media […]

Amgen Tour of California returns this weekend

By J.P. Kelsey Thousands of people will soon flood the streets around Lake Tahoe to watch and cheer on some of the world’s elite female cyclists. For the second year in a row, Lake Tahoe will be home to stages of the Amgen Tour of California — further adding to the region’s growing reputation as […]

May 10, 2017 | Posted in News | Tagged ,

Strides made on Southeast Connector

District 1 Supervisor John Hidahl hosted a town hall meeting last Monday inside the El Dorado Hills Community Services District’s Norm Rowett Pavilion to keep residents updated on the JPA Capital Southeast Connector, a 34-mile continuous expressway that will run from Interstate 5 and State Route 99 south of Elk Grove to Highway 50 just […]

May 10, 2017 | Posted in News | Tagged ,
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