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Crib Notes: Teenage jobs offer more than pay

During a recent swim team practice, my attention strayed from my child in the pool to the teenage workforce that kept the community pool operating. Some teens lifeguarded, perched high above throngs of young swimmers with focused eyes and authoritative voices. More teenagers were in the water dressed in matching white swim shirts as they […]

August 06, 2015 | Posted in Commentary | Tagged ,

Buckeye Foundation saves jobs

SHINGLE SPRINGS — At the Buckeye Union School District Board of Trustees meeting held Aug. 17 the board voted to utilize a recent grant from the private Buckeye Education Foundation to reinstate district physical education (P.E.) and library positions previously cut for the 2011-12 school year. “Thanks to the generosity of our community’s gifts to […]

| Posted in Cameron Park Life

Prop. 90 coming to an end next year

Homebuyers looking to take advantage of Proposition 90 in El Dorado County have one year left to qualify. The El Dorado County Board of Supervisors voted to end participation in the property tax swap program effective Nov. 7, 2018, giving those in the pipeline some time. This action, approved on a 4-1 vote, does not […]

CSD buttons up draft budget

For the first time in months, all five directors were present at the Cameron Park Community Services District board meeting. The most pressing issue of the night was the adoption of the draft Fiscal year 2017-18 budget. The board passed the draft budget unanimously, noting that work on the district’s finances needs to continue through […]

Under the Arbor has country chic in mind

Recently celebrating its sixth anniversary, Shingle Springs business Under the Arbor is a country-style gift store with something for everyone at customer friendly prices. Located at 4120 Sunset Lane right off Mother Lode Drive, the store is a maze of surprises as you wander through each section — all of them filled with unique gifts […]

Tails wag in this Ponderosa High class

One lucky group of high schoolers gets to bring dogs to class instead of homework. These students are enrolled in Julie Gilroy’s Animal Health Careers course at Ponderosa High School, and they recently brought the dogs to practice canine restraints for various veterinary procedures.

The class is one of many offered to juniors and seniors as part of the Central Sierra Regional Occupation Program.

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