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Have you had the conversation?

After my husband’s father suddenly passed away, my mother-in-law had to manage her life. She had always been a strong and independent woman. Nevertheless, after the loss of her partner of almost 50 years, she acknowledged her vulnerability. Mary became proficient in the management of all finances (with the assistance of her financial advisor), she […]

May 13, 2015 | Posted in Commentary | Tagged ,

127-year-old family Bible comes home

Lost books are commonplace at the El Dorado Hills Library, but the one Peter Ferraro brought in recently was something altogether new, if a huge 127-year old Bible can be called new. The former San Francisco sanitation worker pulled the old Bible from the trash back in the 1980s and thought it was time to […]

May 08, 2013 | Posted in Feature Photos | Tagged ,

Rafting the Northwest Territory of El Dorado County

Imagine the excitement Meriwether Lewis and William Clark experienced when they ventured down the Columbia River in present day Washington state on their grand expedition westward into the Northwest Territory. Theirs was to seek a water route across North America and explore the uncharted West. Our own Lewis and Clark expedition shoved off from Coloma […]

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