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Community Regions: Lines won’t change soon

Proponents of last year’s ballot Measure O made a final, unsuccessful run at getting the El Dorado County Board of Supervisors to redraw Community Region Boundaries at the board’s Feb. 24 meeting. Those boundaries, also referred to as Community Region Lines or CRLs, establish the limits of future development within their area. Created by the […]

EDH seniors can soon get a lift with taxi service

An on-demand, subsidized taxi service will help El Dorado Hills seniors on the go. Beginning late spring or early summer, El Dorado Hills residents who are at least 60 years old or disabled may call a taxi in the contracted network and be taken door-to-door anywhere within the El Dorado Hills Community Services District. Passengers must register one […]

Downsizers are getting younger, smarter sooner

I don’t know about you, but I am not getting any older. Despite all evidence to the contrary — that not one but two of my kids who were just in car seats a few minutes ago are in college, that my skin suddenly has about as much rebound as a 20-year-old bathing suit and […]

Internet meetings soon

The next El Dorado County community meetings to discuss ikmproving Internet service are scheduled for Coloma April 15 at the Gold Trail Grange on Highway 49; April 17 at the Latrobe Fire Station; April 22 at the Rescue Community Center; and April 29 at the Pleasant Valley Middle School Library. All meetings are 6-7 p.m. […]

Bass Lake Road: No improvements likely anytime soon

Bass Lake Road area residents and developers again came up short on Tuesday Nov. 12, when the El Dorado County Board of Supervisors quashed efforts to redesign Development Agreements it signed with the county a decade or more ago. Those DAs run for 20 years. The motion by District 5 Supervisor Norma Santiago to continue […]

Two long-awaited county dog parks opening soon

It’s a good month for local dogs and their owners. Not only will the El Dorado County Dog Owners Guild host what they call “the most fun event for dogs of the year,” they’ve announced two off-leash dog parks are close to opening. Dogs and their families can enjoy the fifth annual Pooch Plunge & […]

My turn: Wolves, coming soon to a town near you

With 25 plus years as a California Department of Food Agriculture biologist I learned much about invasive species and “endangered species”… but not nearly enough about maneuvering the minefield of politics. To start with, the nature of political agenda coupled with true science is an oxymoron; it’s like trying to invent the floating anchor. Science is […]

Coming soon: A new way to buy health insurance

When key parts of the health care law take effect in 2014, you’ll have a new way to buy health insurance for yourself, your family or your small business: the Health Insurance Marketplace. The Marketplace is designed to help you find health insurance that fits your budget, with less hassle. Every health insurance plan in […]

Mother Lode school district registration opens soon

Mother Lode Union School District announces that beginning Friday, Feb. 1, kindergarten and transitional kindergarten registration for the 2013-14 school year will be accepted at Indian Creek School, 6701 Green Valley Road in Placerville, 530-626-0765. The school Website can be accessed at indiancreek.mlusd.net. Registration forms will be available in the school office beginning Feb. 1 […]

Heard over the back fence: Rock show coming soon

HIDING THE BROCCOLI:
 Thanks to the charming Clara Neilsen of Placerville, we can enjoy the following ageless quote from the “Live and Learn and Pass It On” book: “I’ve learned that you can’t hide a piece of broccoli in your glass of milk.” – Age 7. ROCKHOUNDS’ BIG DAYS:
 The 29th annual “Rock and Gem […]

State fire fee bills due soon

On Aug. 13, the state will begin sending bills to residents living in state responsibility area to the tune of a $150 fee per habitable structure in order to generate money for Cal Fire. But many county officials — and some state officials — are opposed to the bill. The bills will be sent out […]

A window of opportunity could soon close

Some El Dorado Hills homebuyers could soon miss out if they don’t act. Let me explain. For years now the United States Development Agency has offered “Rural Development” loans designed to help home buyers in “rural” areas throughout the United States. The USDA defines “rural” as a community with a population base of approximately 20,000. […]

Get well soon, Rusty Dupray

EDITOR: I have learned today that Rusty Dupray was in a motorcycle accident this week and is recovering at Sutter Hospital in Roseville. I am certain that everyone who knows Rusty will keep him in their thoughts and prayers and wish him a speedy and complete recovery. Whether you agreed with Rusty when he was on […]

Popular G’town Mexican eatery to reopen soon

Local eatery to reopen soon “I just want to go back to work,” said Clara Parra, owner of Parra’s Mexican Restaurant. A fire at the eatery closed the doors, temporarily, on Jan. 5 after a passerby saw flames through a window coming from the kitchen’s stove. “The clean-up is going OK,” she said. “We’re getting […]

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Folsom Lake College spring classes start soon

Folsom Lake College’s spring 2012 semester is almost here, with most classes starting Jan. 17-23. While many spring classes are full — state budget cuts have led to reduced offerings — a limited number of courses remain open for registration. Several of these classes are ideal for someone seeking a new career path or looking […]

California Rambling: Snowmaking makes season sooner and longer

Snow began falling three weeks ago at Lake Tahoe.  You say you missed it?  Well, you had to visit Heavenly Mountain Resort or the Northstar California Resort at night, to see their snowmaking machines begin spraying snow into the air as manmade powder. Manmade snow is not a new idea, though it seems remarkable in […]

Taken too soon: Family remembers Jennifer Tegley

EL DORADO  HILLS — The entryway of the Tegley family home was filled with flowers, providing some color during a dark time. Jim and Michelle Tegley lost their 18-year-old daughter Jennifer on Aug. 29, 10 months after she was diagnosed with cancer. The flowers came from the memorial service that nearly overflowed Lakehills Covenant Church […]

Safe-opening may happen soon

SOUTH LAKE TAHOE — A hidden safe that was found during renovation of the former Bill’s Lake Tahoe building could be opened as soon as this week, said Mike Laub, the building’s owner. Opening the safe has proven problematic because of a broken handle that has kept the safe’s locking mechanism from releasing, Laub said. He […]

Mittelman: Murder trial to start soon

The first-degree murder trial of an El Dorado Hills man accused of gunning down his ex-wife is on schedule to begin at the end of this month. During a brief pretrial hearing in an El Dorado County Superior courtroom Friday, attorneys confirmed that jury selection for the Steven Howard Mittelman murder trial should start Aug. […]

Amador Home Show coming soon

With themes of home, garden and lifestyle, the Amador Home and Lifestyle Show is set for June 4 and 5 at the Amador County Fairgrounds in Plymouth. Produced by Starbright Productions in Grass Valley, the Show has a partner in Rick Sanders of Fiddletown. Sander’s company, Integrity Marketing, will assist in many aspects of the event and […]

May 3 election ballots soon in mail

  El Dorado County registered voters in the 4th Assembly District should start checking their mailboxes for the May 3 Special General Election sample ballot pamphlet. Sample ballot pamphlets will begin to mail during the week of April 11. The sample ballot pamphlet will provide voters with important information about the 4th Assembly District race […]

LetÕs hear the whistle blow … soon

Camino EDITOR: A wonderful piece of the past could come back to El Dorado County! Recently Philip Sanders Rose from the El Dorado & Sacramento Historical Railroad Association presented to the Board of Supervisors a plan to begin running an excursion train from Folsom to Placerville. It would bring tourists, shoppers and sightseers from the […]

Game care, cooking clinic offered soon in El Dorado

The California Department of Fish and Game will offer a game care and cooking clinic Sept. 11 in El Dorado. The all-levels clinic will be held at the El Dorado Community Hall, 6139 Pleasant Valley Road, El Dorado. Students will learn how to make the most of what they harvest, including preparing parts that are […]

Coming soon to Sutter Street

ÒThe Golden HarpÓ written by Greg Alexander with music by Noah Agruss, is a clever and genuinely funny musical history lesson on Greek mythology. Tuneful songs with clever arrangements jump out in a variety of pop genres while introducing audiences to the comic side of Zeus, Haides, and Demeter. With humor and creativity ÒThe Golden […]

Coming soon: the Master Gardener Demonstration Garden

UCCE / El Dorado County Master Gardener Imagine a place where you can take a child to learn about how plants grow or identify the weird-looking thing that cropped up in your garden. A place that offers opportunities to see what plants the deer will probably leave alone, and a place where you can learn […]

When design styles collide, apply rules of attraction

All colors are the friends of their neighbors and the lovers of their opposites. — Marc Chagall He likes classical. I like pop. He likes thrillers. I like love stories. He likes edgy art painted on metal. I like landscapes painted on canvas. I like carved wood. He likes chrome. And we are trying to create […]

Grow For It! The grand opening is coming

Last-minute preparations are currently ongoing for the grand opening of the Sherwood Demonstration Garden, the crown jewel of the UCCE Master Gardeners of El Dorado County. This event will be held on Saturday, Oct. 3 from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. There is no entrance fee, parking is free and the garden is open to all. The […]

Heard over the back fence: Let’s Uke Class

LET’S UKE! CLASS:
 A class titled Let’s Uke! is for ages 12 and up, including adults. Classes are scheduled from Sept. 11 to Oct. 2 on Fridays from 6:45-7:30 p.m. at the El Dorado Hills Community Services District gym classroom, 1021 Harvard Way, El Dorado Hills. This class includes instruction in playing ukulele using “Mel […]

John Stossel: Rank the Candidates

    My list of best to worst possible presidents: — Rand Paul (R) — Gary Johnson (Libertarian) — Carly Fiorina (R) — Jeb Bush (R) — Ted Cruz (R) — Scott Walker (R) — Rick Perry (R) — Marco Rubio (R) — John Kasich (R) — Ben Carson (R) — Bobby Jindal (R) — […]

Health tips aim to keep seniors moving, healthy

Just in time. September is National Healthy Aging Month and to help celebrate the El Dorado County Public Health Department has issued a special alert to all residents of the county titled “Three Health Tips for Seniors.” “Get Moving, Get Involved and Get Checked” describes activities seniors can do that cost little to nothing and just […]

California Rambling: The Queen of Sin

She was so famous for being successful that she became infamous. Maria Gertrudis Barceló was of such exceptional beauty, independence, charm, intelligence and industry that few in the early 19th century quite knew how to categorize her. So, she was wrongly vilified as a courtesan, called “the Queen of Sin,” accused of “ill-gotten” fortune and said […]

Cumpston reviews water issues with taxpayer group

El Dorado Irrigation District General Counsel Tom Cumpston covered everything from the drought to the “blob” at a recent Taxpayers Association of El Dorado County meeting. Cumpston noted that this year the state has seen it all — conservation mandates, curtailment of water rights, litigation and enforcement actions. Earlier this year, Gov. Jerry Brown mandated cutting water use by 25 […]

D’backs take season opener

EL DORADO — A standout effort in his team’s season-opening victory Friday night had Union Mine senior linebacker Cruz Rodriguez learning a thing or two about his team. “When we play unselfishly and as a group, we’re going to be tough to stop,” he said after the Diamondbacks defeated visiting Foothill by a decisive 52-27 […]

Horoscope, Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Lunar Firepower The things that seemed impossible last week are now entirely doable. Mostly this is due to attitude. The moon, Venus and Mars all in fire signs radiate a playful energy and a fun cosmic backdrop to the industrious Virgo sun. Use the high energy available to make a dent in a massive project. […]

Jim Buell living up to the deputy Grand Exalted Ruler title

When Jim Buell was a youngster growing up in Vallejo, he never really dreamed of one day becoming the deputy Grand Exalted Ruler of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks. But here he is, at age 71, carrying that illustrious title on his capable shoulders, deputy Grand Exalted Ruler of Placerville Elks Lodge 1712. […]

Trivial pursuit

EDITOR: You have to feel for Chris Daley. He must have been up against a deadline and had to fill half a page of the paper with something. And he did with what amounted to journalistic trivial pursuit. The subject on which he wasted half a page of the paper was his take on which […]

Things are cool on the set

Wow, Perry King has managed to find a great old guy to be in his new film, an actor with so much character in his face that you just can’t wait to see what part he’s going to play in “The Divide.” But I wonder where Perry is … “He’s been working several months, getting […]

Horoscope, Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Planetary Industrial Meet-Up Almost immediately after the moon enters Capricorn, she forms a lucky angle with the industrious Virgo sun, and these two earth signs cast a spell for productivity and prosperity. The day is best for vigorous efforts toward gainful employment, constructive creativity and workflow optimization. Find new ways to utilize your talents and […]

Fire district cuts retiree health benefits

Since the 2008 economic collapse the El Dorado County Fire Protection District has struggled to get back on a sound financial footing. Last month district officials took another step toward recovery but it means a hit for retirees. “It’s no secret that we were in financial trouble three years ago and had a $1.6 million deficit,” said Fire Chief […]

Secret to 60 years of marriage: Shared laughter

Every time Jim would look in her direction, Barbara would take her eyeglasses off so he wouldn’t know she wore them. It worked, because he thought the 16-year-old looked just like Elizabeth Taylor, “but actually better looking.” Barbara thought the 19-year-old Jim looked like James Dean, “only better” — but then again, she didn’t have […]

Carbon Copy replicates its success, year after year

Carbon Copy Inc. celebrated its 25th year in business this July. Don’t let the name fool you, the business at 559 Main St. in Placerville is not a copy shop, but a copier shop. If an individual or business needs a new copier or needs one repaired, this is the place to go. The small business’ various awards over […]

Carter-Kelly’s foundation is built on integrity

How does a contractor survive the ups and downs of the construction business for 35 years in a small town? For Carter-Kelly, the keys to success rely on a focus on integrity in business relations, treating employees like family, adapting to new challenges and being involved in the community. The company began in 1980 as […]

A century of taking care of the farmer: Placerville Fruit Growers eyes the future

Like the little seed that keeps popping up through drought and flood, coming back each year fresh and strong, the Placerville Fruit Growers Association has survived decades of change, including a fire in the mid-1970s that leveled its packing plant downtown. This year, in January, the association began celebrating its 100th year of existence. It was […]

Publisher’s Ink: Playing chess in Placerville

It was hard to miss the “Going out of Business” advertisement for Evergreen Footwear Store appearing in this newspaper last month. It’s something everyone hates to see. Much changed since Judy Stanfield took over the shoe store in 2002. Online shopping took a bigger slice of her retail pie. According to Judy, it wasn’t uncommon to […]

Emily J. (Pitzner) Johnston

Nov. 1, 1938 — Aug. 1, 2015 Gone too soon, Emily J. (Pitzner) Johnston, a loving wife, caring mother, proud grandmother and friend, was born in Sacramento, Calif., on Nov. 1, 1938, and passed away unexpectedly in Placerville, Calif., on Aug. 1, 2015. Emily grew up in California and graduated in 1955 from McClatchy High […]

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News »

3 dead in Hwy. 50 wreck

By Amanda Williams | From Page: A1

Placerville Police testing body cameras

By Amanda Williams | From Page: A1

Body recovered in the American River

By Amanda Williams | From Page: A1

Education board to discuss Meyers’ DUI

By Dawn Hodson | From Page: A1 | Gallery

Drug investigation clouds Union Mine

By Amanda Williams | From Page: A1 | Gallery

Senior Nutrition Program hungry for volunteers

By El Dorado County Health And Human Services Agency | From Page: A3

Report: Cross-dressing burglar caught in the act

By Amanda Williams | From Page: A3

Volunteers adopt Tahoe gateway signs

By Tahoe Regional Planning Agency | From Page: A6

Lake Tahoe Summit addresses important issues

By Tahoe Daily Tribune | From Page: A11

Heard over the back fence: Let’s Uke Class

By Bob Billingsley | From Page: B1

Seven busted in Tahoe search

By Amanda Williams

New cancer center elevates care

By Julie Samrick | Gallery

Judge breaks her silence

By Amanda Williams

Beware the woodland creatures who carry a dangerous disease

By El Dorado County Health And Human Services Agency

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Letters »

Hangman’s dummy responses

By Letters to the Editor | From Page: A5

Fantastic experience at Gold Country Retirement Community

By Letters to the Editor | From Page: A5

The removal of Judge Dylan Sullivan

By Letters to the Editor | From Page: A5

Mountain lion sighting

By Letters to the Editor | From Page: A5

$15 per hour won’t solve poverty

By Letters to the Editor

Time for amendments

By Letters to the Editor

From little acorns mighty oaks do grow

By Letters to the Editor

I agree with Jennifer

By Letters to the Editor

Trivial pursuit

By Letters to the Editor

Chess Club coverage

By Letters to the Editor

Live with it or leave

By Letters to the Editor

Good job, Eileen

By Letters to the Editor

Stealing the show

By Letters to the Editor

Flier not from GDPUD

By Letters to the Editor

National Night Out ripples

By Letters to the Editor

Mental illness must be addressed

By Letters to the Editor

Explaining my position

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State of Jefferson can help

By Letters to the Editor

The hangman is our history

By Letters to the Editor

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Sports »

Lady Cougars return with athleticism

By Mike Bush | From Page: A8

Ponderosa girls sweep Grizzlies

By Jerry Heinzer | From Page: A8

Outside with Charlie: Apple Hill rides

By Charlie Ferris | From Page: A8

Timing is now for Union Mine varsity

By Jerry Heinzer | From Page: A8

UM Football roster

By Democrat Staff | From Page: A9

UM Football Schedule

By Democrat Staff | From Page: A9

Grizzlies contain Wildfires

By Democrat Staff

D’backs take season opener

By Mark Devaughn

Trojans win wild one

By Mike Bush

Trojans win wild one over Wildcats

By Mike Bush | Gallery

Schedule: Aug. 31 – Sept. 5

By Democrat Staff

OR 2015 Schedule

By Democrat Staff

Local blogger has his say

By Jerry Heinzer

Trojan football looks to improve

By Mike Bush | Gallery

OR 2015 roster

By Democrat Staff

Heinz-sight: Primal instinct

By Jerry Heinzer

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Prospecting »

New Morning looking brighter with help from car show

By Pat Lakey | From Page: B1 | Gallery

Artisanal coffee-house opens downtown

By Dawn Hodson | From Page: B2 | Gallery

Big Brothers Big Sisters gets big check

By Big Brothers Big Sistesr | From Page: B2

At a glance: Making money

By Mimi Escabar | From Page: B2

Lifeline conducting screening in Shingle Springs

By Life Line Screening | From Page: B3

Nonfiction writers unite and unblock

By Dawn Hodson | From Page: B3

Grow For It! The grand opening is coming

By Sue McDavid | From Page: B3

Life as I know It: Bike and hike again

By Robert F. Boggus | From Page: B4

Strawberry Music Fest returns to Tuolumne

By Strawberry Music Festival | From Page: B8

Banner year for Amador County Fair

By Amador County Fair | From Page: B8 | Gallery

Monument business rocks

By Pat Lakey | From Page: GLV2

Yoga has come a long way

By Catherine Aisner | From Page: GLV7

Ask a care manager: Long term care insurance: Is it worth it?

By Elizabeth Caldwell | From Page: GLV10

Ask a care manager: Don’t forget your body needs water

By Michelle Howard | From Page: GLV11

Gold Rush Days is back in Old Sacramento

By Sacramento Convention And Visitors Center

Cantina for the Con supports Rubicon Trail

By Rubicon Trail Foundation

Sample the Sierra returns to Lake Tahoe

By Tahoe Chamber Of Commerce

Italy on Wheels rolling in

By Larry Weitzman

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Essentials »

Correction

By Noel Stack | From Page: A2

Building permits issued Aug. 24-29

By El Dorado County Community Development | From Page: A2

News briefs

By Noel Stack | From Page: A2

Crime Log

By Amanda Williams

Lake levels

By Contributor

Divorces: July 2015

By Noel Stack

News bites, Aug. 26

By Noel Stack

Correction

By Democrat Staff

Building permits issued Aug. 17-21

By El Dorado County Community Development

Crime Log

By Amanda Williams

Lake levels

By Pat Lakey

Corrections

By Chris Daley

DUI Log

By Amanda Williams

Building permits issued Aug. 10-14

By El Dorado County Community Development

Statewide fire summary

By Noel Stack

Crime Log

By Amanda Williams

DUI Log

By Amanda Williams

News Bites: Aug. 12

By Noel Stack

Crime Log

By Amanda Williams

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Obituaries »

Richard Scott Washington

By Contributor | From Page: A2

Darlene Herman

By Contributor | From Page: A2

Leslie Lloyd Burnett

By Contributor

Frank Fausel

By Contributor

Thelma Eleanor Carpenter

By Contributor

Diana Mae Snyder

By Contributor

Leo Nored

By Contributor

Robert M. Dawson

By Contributor

Walter John Zabel

By Contributor

Jack Canright

By Contributor

Lois Faye Raffety

By Contributor

Christopher Inzano

By Contributor

Cecelia Ann Varenkamp

By Contributor

Eric Moss

By Contributor

Cyril Ray Moore

By Contributor

Roger Caesar

By Contributor

Tyler Jason Allen

By Contributor

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Real Estate »

July home sales climb to highest level in nearly three years

By California Association Of Realtors

Real estate firms confident about future profitability

By National Association Of Realtors

Pending home sales dip in June

By National Association Of Realtors

Millennials favor walkable communities, says new NAR poll

By National Association Of Realtors

CFPB’s extends TRID implementation deadline

By National Association Of Realtors

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Comics »

Speed Bump

By Contributor | From Page: A10

Tundra

By Contributor | From Page: A10

Horoscope, Thursday, September 3, 2015

By Contributor | From Page: A10

Horoscope, Wednesday, September 2, 2015

By Contributor | From Page: A10

Flying McCoys

By Contributor | From Page: A10

Long Story Short

By Contributor | From Page: A10

Shoe

By Contributor | From Page: A10

Sudoku

By Contributor | From Page: A10

Rubes

By Contributor | From Page: A10

New York Times Crossword

By Contributor | From Page: A10

TV Listings

By Contributor | From Page: A10

Shoe

By Contributor

Sudoku

By Contributor

Rubes

By Contributor

New York Times Crossword

By Contributor

TV Listings

By Contributor

Speed Bump

By Contributor

Tundra

By Contributor

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Good Living

Ask a care manager: Long term care insurance: Is it worth it?

By Elizabeth Caldwell | From Page: GLV10

Monument business rocks

By Pat Lakey | From Page: GLV2

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