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Supervisors take on Rails to Trails: Board members unite on second item

County supervisors denied a proposal by the Placerville & Sacramento Valley Railroad to extend its excursion train trips to 30 for this year. In the second train-related item of its March 24 agenda, the board compromised by allowing two of the 30 requested excursions as special events. A charter trip for the local California Native […]

Chamber members celebrate 100 years

The centennial year of the El Dorado County Chamber of Commerce found business leaders gathered Friday to begin celebrating 100 years of success with its 2015 Business Awards Luncheon at the Cold Springs Country Club in Placerville. The gorgeous sunlit golf course outside the clubhouse windows seemed custom-ordered for the festivities inside, where a handful […]

Legal Professionals Association seeking more members

It’s good to be wanted, especially by women like Sandra Hurley-Nerwinski, Kelli Punturo and Kathryn Cain — all of whom are eager to have you join them. Members of an organization called the El Dorado County Legal Professionals Association, the group is made up of a cross-section of local legal talent including paralegals, legal secretaries, private fiduciaries, notaries, public […]

Football: Area teams held their own ground

Editor’s note: Democrat staff writer Mike Bush looked back on the recently completed seasons for the five area prep football teams. His analysis is broken into two parts: Union Mine, Oak Ridge and Ponderosa are featured today. El Dorado and Golden Sierra ran Monday. One more win. That was all that the Union Mine, Oak Ridge […]

SAR honors members for service

The Mother Lode Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution (SAR) held its fourth annual Community Awards Banquet at the Cold Springs Golf and Country Club on Tuesday, Oct. 28. At the event four first responders from El Dorado County were awarded the SAR Law Enforcement Commemorative Medal for their service to the community. […]

EDUHSD: Veerkamp attacks White over group membership

It was an uncomfortable meeting for everyone Tuesday night as the El Dorado Union High School District Board of Trustees met to discuss charges that Trustee Todd White had a potential conflict of interest because of his membership in another group. Brought up as an agenda item by Trustee Lori Veerkamp, the board debated whether or not White’s […]

Apple Hill members ready for visitors

Progress is being made in the King Fire in El Dorado County encompassing more than 95,000 acres of steep terrain in the Eldorado National Forest, Tahoe National Forest and Desolation Wilderness. Many businesses have contacted the El Dorado County Visitors Authority to help get the word out that their towns and businesses are open for business. […]

Delta Kappa members meet

The local chapter of the Delta Kappa Society International recently held its annual banquet at a Placerville restaurant. Epsilon Chi Chapter, which was formed in El Dorado County in 1951, is part of a worldwide honor society for women educators in more than 18 countries, involving 84,000 members. The evening’s program included the initiation of […]

New top 10 fugitive could be in area

On April 10, the FBI’s Baltimore Division announced the latest addition to the FBI’s List of Ten Most Wanted Fugitives, William Bradford Bishop. Bishop is wanted in connection with the cold case homicide of his five family members in March 1976, all of whom he allegedly bludgeoned to death before burning and burying their bodies […]

Mature Leadership CP is ready for new members

The Mature Leadership Council in Cameron Park is looking for new members. It functions to assess and help implement the interests of older adults in the greater Cameron Park area. The first objective was to conduct a survey in December and January identifying needs and preferences of older adults for the community center. Cameron Park does […]

Regal Crown Club members get Red Carpet treatment

Regal Entertainment Group, a leading motion picture exhibitor owning and operating the largest theater circuit in the United States, announced that two Regal Crown Club members had an experience of a lifetime after winning the Regal Red Carpet Dreams Sweepstakes. On March 2, otherwise known as “Oscar Sunday,” Malia Daugherty of El Dorado Hills, and […]

Tahoe area well represented at Sochi

Not only is Lake Tahoe one of the finest ski and snowboarding regions in the country, it also produces some of the nation’s top skiers and riders. That’s evident as the 2014 Winter Olympics near as nine skiers and riders from Lake Tahoe ski resorts compete in Sochi beginning Friday. Here is a look at […]

El Dorado County Board of Education vacancy in Trustee Area 5

L. Eugene Rasmussen, a member of the El Dorado County Board of Education since 1996, resigned his membership from the board effective Nov. 6, which created a vacancy in Trustee Area 5. The board would like to fill this vacancy through a provisional appointment process on Dec. 10. All interested residents of Supervisorial District 5 […]

Board of Education vacancy in Trustee Area V

L. Eugene Rasmussen, a well-respected member of the El Dorado County Board of Education since 1996, resigned his membership from the board effective Nov. 6, which created a vacancy in Trustee Area V. The board would like to fill this vacancy through a provisional appointment process on Dec. 10. All interested residents of Supervisorial District […]

Ski Lake Tahoe adds Sugar Bowl, Homewood as members

LAKE TAHOE — Ski Lake Tahoe, the winter destination marketing cooperative for the Lake Tahoe, California and Nevada region, expands its regional dynamic and guest offerings with the addition of Sugar Bowl Resort and Homewood Mountain Resort as new associate member resorts. Ski Lake Tahoe will now consist of nine premier ski resorts and travel […]

Former fire board members respond

Editor’s note — This is part 1 of a two-part series looking further into the financial situation and the retirement of Chief Bruce Lacher of the El Dorado County Fire Protection District. Last month’s articles on the personnel and financial woes of the El Dorado County Fire Protection District (EDCFPD) drew kudos as well as complaints […]

4-H club members celebrate centennial with Home Arts Day

The El Dorado County 4-H Youth Development Program celebrated its centennial year in California on April 13 with Home Arts Day.

On tap were competitions, demonstrations and plenty of learning activities for the 1,000 people expected to attend.

El Dorado County 4-H offers projects in 38 different areas, but Saturday’s event focused on Home Arts with entries including photography, robotics, fiber arts, cake decorating and art.

To encourage youths to visit all the different activity booths, each child received a passport with his or her photo. Every time they visited a 4-H activity, their passports were stamped.

New fire board members aim to improve finances, morale

Mark Brunton hopes that he and the two other new faces on the El Dorado County Fire Board will be able to turn the board’s financial troubles around. “I thought it was a good election,” Brunton, a fire battalion chief with Cal Fire, said of his 12 percent win over incumbent Dennis Edwards. He said […]

Scroggins and Drescher face off for BOMUSD Trustee Area 2 long-term position

Joe Scroggins is running for BOMUSD Trustee Area 2 as the incumbent against Bill Drescher. Scroggins has lived on the Divide since 1973, and he and his siblings attended BOMUSD schools. Scroggins, who is engaged to Tricia Gomez, has eight children who are currently or have attended BOMUSD. Scroggins works for CW Fox, a public […]

Allen and Knight square off for BOMUSD Trustee Area 1 seat

The Black Oak Mine Unified School District has three of its Board of Trustee seats up for election this year. The Area 1 seat is between board incumbent Mel Allen and, former board member Darcy Knight. “I am very passionate about what we’re doing at the board level, and I believe that the current board has […]

Area rivals team up Friday to “Tackle Hunger”

CAMERON PARK — The Food Bank of El Dorado County is proud to announce the first ever “Tackle Hunger” football game tonight in El Dorado County, pitting host Oak Ridge against intra-county rival Ponderosa. The teams are partnering with the Food Bank to benefit the county’s most at risk children, seniors and families. “Oak Ridge […]

El Dorado Community Foundation announces new officers, board members

The El Dorado Community Foundation announced new officers of its board of directors as follows: president, John Black; vice president, Paul Zappettini; secretary, Charlie Stephens and Chris Reeg, treasurer. Maureen Carter is the past president. Black has served on the board since January 2007. A native of San Francisco, he graduated from the University of […]

Area veterans honor 70th Pearl Harbor Day

At 9:55 Wednesday morning, veterans in El Dorado County opened a ceremony in memory of “all the military and civilian personnel serving on the Island of Oahu on 7 December, 1941.” Nearly 100 veterans and family members gathered at the Veterans Memorial Building on Placerville Drive to pay their respects to those who perished and […]

6-15-11 Georgetown area hike

GEORGETOWN AREA HIKE: On Saturday, June 25, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., Tom Petersen, an American River Conservancy volunteer, will lead an eight-mile, moderate hike from Ellicott’s Bridge to Hale’s Camp and back. You also have the option to turn back mid-way and make this a four-mile hike. There is an opportunity to eat […]

B-17 ‘Flying Fortress’ visits area

The legend goes like this: A Seattle Times reporter sees an early B-17 close for the first time in July 1935, machine guns emanating from its nose, tail, top, bottom and several points in between — 13 in all — and gasps, “Why, it’s a flying fortress!” Boeing officials, recognizing a great brand name when […]

Area residents can now order trees online

Tree planters in California now have a new source for affordable trees in the Arbor Day Foundation’s online tree nursery. The Arbor Day Foundation recently met all the requirements from the California Department of Food and Agriculture to ship trees from its online tree nursery to residents of the state. Now, Californians have the option […]

Community forum to outline areas in need

What: Community Needs Forum, 2011 Who: Women’s Fund El Dorado Where: Sequoia at the Bee Bennett House, 643 Bee St., Placerville When: Thursday, Jan. 20, 6 – 7:30 p.m. Cost: $10 Information: 530-622-5621 or eldoradocf.org In tough economic times many nonprofit agencies that help those in need in the local community get fewer funds to […]

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Three new faces to sit on local area water board

By Rebecca Murphy Mother Lode News Georgetown Divide Public Utility District will swear in three new board members at the next meeting on Dec. 14. Local businesswoman Kathy Otermat, community volunteer Bonnie McLane and environmentalist Ray Griffiths won seats against incumbents Mike Cooper and Bob Diekon. Griffiths, who ran against first-time candidate businessman Mike Sallac, […]

El Dorado Hills cell tower eyed in Marina area

Mother Lode News El Dorado Hills residents can attest that the hilly terrain that makes their home turf so topographically interesting also makes for spotty cell phone coverage. The Marina, Lake Forest and Summit neighborhoods in northern El Dorado Hills are particularly bad. Les Nederveld, a site acquisition specialist for AT&T, would like to do […]

Area carpet cleaner knows its stuff

Special to the Democrat Do you have pet stains or water stains on your carpet? CarterÕs Carpet Restoration may be able to help you out. Located at 6048 Enterprise Drive in Diamond Springs, the company boasts six carpet technicians and high tech equipment that gets the job done. ÒWe service all the way from Roseville, […]

CO Newcomers looking for members

Cameron Park NewcomersÕ Club is celebrating its 31st year of meeting new people and welcoming anyone who wants to join the Cameron Park Newcomers. Members do not have to live in Cameron Park and do not have to be new to the area. Everyone, single or married, is welcome to join Cameron Park NewcomersÕ for […]

Images of Hope — healing the deeper wound

Max, the labradoodle, happily bounds into the Marshall Medical Cancer Resource Center, past the comfortable circle of chairs and wall of resource literature in the waiting area; past the  Threads of Life quilts on the walls; past the wildly decorated bras hanging on a white picket fence, courtesy of art therapy classes; past the classrooms […]

Comfort grows in Healing Garden

Sitting near the hospital bed as your loved one slips away, hours have ticked by, watching and waiting. You need a break, to get out of the room for a while … but not too far … A quick step outside and there it is. A garden filled with color and life, teak benches and […]

Heard over the back fence: Fun at the Lake

HARD WORKING STUDENTS:
 Oregon State University has announced that the following students from El Dorado Hills recently graduated: Brian K. Buenzli, bachelor of science, merchandising management; Amy E. Hahn, bachelor of science, finance; Kathryn M. Kasabian, bachelor of science, magna cum laude, economics; Thomas P. Massa, bachelor of science, digital communication Arts; Taylor M. Zetlin, […]

Budgets reviewed by water agencies

Board members of the El Dorado County Water and Power Authority and the El Dorado County Water Agency previewed next year’s budgets for their respective agencies at their May 13 meeting. EDWPA board members also received an update on what has been spent to date on the water rights project and what they will be asked to […]

Supes go another round with ‘train guys and trail people’

It’s 31 miles of bad road from Missouri Flat to East Bidwell Street in Folsom. Actually, it’s 31 miles of some good and some bad road, but it’s been 20 years of bad blood between the “trail people and the train guys.” That’s how El Dorado County Transportation Commission’s Dan Bolster described the “rails versus […]

This steeplechase challenges the mind

Think of a steeplechase and 18th century Ireland might come to mind — horses and riders racing from steeple to steeple, town to town, hurdling fences and stone walls, even sloshing through boggy ditches if the mount didn’t fully clear it. Or the steeplechase event at the Summer Olympics might prevail in your thoughts, where […]

My turn: California water rights law: 100 years and counting, and concerned

The long history of California is embattled with disputes over water diversions for export to other regions. The U.S. Army ran out the Paiutes from the Owens Valley in the Eastern Sierra Nevada region which destroyed the Paiutes quality of life and largely destroyed the environment. There’s the battle over the O’Shaughnessy Dam that flooded […]

Seven local Blue Star Museums offer free admission

Seven Sacramento area museums will participate in Blue Star Museums, a collaboration among the National Endowment for the Arts, Blue Star Families, the Department of Defense and museums across America to offer free admission to all active duty military personnel and their families through Labor Day, Sept. 7. The seven local museums participating in Blue […]

Rare plant treasure hunting

California is a great place for plant enthusiasts. It offers a wonderful biodiversity of hotspot for plants — one of the top 25 places on the planet for plant diversity. There is something like 10,000 species and varieties of plants in California; 2,000 arrived from somewhere else, 8,000 are native to California and of those native […]

Meet Marshall’s newest cancer physician, Ernest Lo, MD

Mom’s cancer diagnosis was key to career switch Ernest Lo, MD, is the newest addition to Marshall Medical Center’s Cancer Program. He’s been seeing patients for about two months at the Marshall Hematology and Oncology office in Cameron Park, and says he is very pleased to be in the community and making a difference. The […]

Community comes together for shelter

Forget the stigma about animal shelters being cold, cement structures with caged areas for animals to walk and do their business in. The El Dorado County Animal Shelter, with the help of county funding, citizens and animal welfare groups have created a much more pleasant environment for those animals which pass through its doors. The […]

James Dunleavy

Dec. 16, 1942 — May 1, 2015 James Dunleavy passed away on May 1, 2015, at his home in Placerville, Calif., at the age of 72, following a courageous fight against cancer. After graduating from Lehigh University, Jim served four years as an officer in the U.S. Navy, having seen duty at the U.S. Naval […]

Eldon makes room for a large family

Framed posts, brick veneer and painted shutters give a traditional look to the otherwise contemporary Eldon. This four-bedroom home is well-suited for a family with children. Gathering spaces are large, and the owners’ suite is isolated from secondary bedrooms. Entering, you step right into the vaulted great room. Centrally located, this is the hub of […]

At a glance: Spring rings

Get out the telescope for a spectacular sight. Saturn is showing off this May and the best night is Friday, May 22. The ringed planet rises at dusk and is at opposition with the rings almost wide open. Saturn is also brighter than it has appeared in more than a decade. Venus is another bright […]

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News »

Firefighter injured as house fire contained

By Cole Mayer | From Page: A1

Rescue Raceway back on track

By Dawn Hodson | From Page: A1 | Gallery

EID resets watering days for summer

By Dawn Hodson | From Page: A1

Budgets reviewed by water agencies

By Dawn Hodson | From Page: A1

County home to three Gold Ribbon schools

By El Dorado County Office of Education | From Page: A3

Old wood given new life with El Dorado High School class

By Wendy Schultz | From Page: A3 | Gallery

DUI stats for Memorial Day weekend released

By Cole Mayer | From Page: A3

PPD Bike Patrol Unit gets two new rides

By Placerville Police | From Page: A6

River Management Plan Update Workshop June 3

By News Release | From Page: A7

Placerville native bused to the top

By Dawn Hodson | From Page: A8

Heard over the back fence: The Fair is back

By Bob Billingsley | From Page: B1

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Letters »

Shiva supports seniors

By Letters to the Editor | From Page: A5

The socialist agenda

By Letters to the Editor | From Page: A5

Response to ‘Harn talks budget to Taxpayers group’

By Letters to the Editor | From Page: A5

Keep Chris Daley on the opinion page

By Letters to the Editor | From Page: A5

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Sports »

Sports Scene: May 28, 2015

By Democrat Staff | From Page: A9

Consistency leaps high for Austin Laut

By Mike Bush | From Page: A9 | Gallery

Bruin boys make history; win NorCal thriller

By Jerry Heinzer | From Page: A10 | Gallery

Quartet enjoyed final game

By Mike Bush | From Page: A10

Bruins sign for college

By Democrat Staff | From Page: A10 | Gallery

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Prospecting »

Studio tour showcases a diverse palette

By Pat Lakey | From Page: B1

Things to do: May 29, 2015

By Democrat Calendar | From Page: B2

Wagonmaster Downer is back for year two

By Wendy Schultz | From Page: B2

Tommy Castro and the Painkillers perform new CD

By News Release | From Page: B3

Good time and good music

By Democrat Staff | From Page: B3

Foothill Garden Tour features five stops

By News Release | From Page: B4

Festival celebrates barbera

By Barbera Festival | From Page: B4

E-waste collection to raise funds for kids

By News Release | From Page: B4

Sonora Photo Club to present special exhibit

By Railtown | From Page: B5

Music Circus features an all-Tony line up

By Mimi Escabar | From Page: B5

Open studio at Gallery at 48 Natoma

By Gallery At 48 Natoma | From Page: B7

Workshop offers helpful tips

By News Release | From Page: B7

Duty: Patrick T. Irwin

By Democrat Staff | From Page: B8

New carnival at the fair

By El Dorado County Fair | From Page: B8

Engagement: Meghan Irene Brand and Scott Allen Sanstad

By Democrat Staff | From Page: B8

Operation Care celebrates spring

By News Release | From Page: B13

Bold choreography defines Gallim Dance

By Harris Center for the Arts | From Page: B13

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Essentials »

Lake Levels: May 28, 2015

By Cole Mayer | From Page: A2

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Obituaries »

Larry Hansen

By Contributor | From Page: A2

Richard S. Taylor

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Lance Dorian Callender

By Contributor | From Page: A2

Cara D. Hutchinson

By Contributor | From Page: A2

Mary Valerie Majewski

By Contributor | From Page: A2

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Real Estate »

Where’s my cat?

By Ken Calhoon | From Page: HS2

Lower interest rates, steady home prices ease California housing affordability

By California Association Of Realtors | From Page: HS4

Realtors eagerly await the OK to fly drones

By National Association Of Realtors | From Page: HS10

California’s spring home-buying season off to strong start

By California Association Of Realtors | From Page: HS14

Survey: Good price tops main reason to buy now

By California Association Of Realtors | From Page: HS15

Moorseville duplex has European touch

Press Release | From Page: HS18

Grants could help end homelessness

Press Release | From Page: HS18

Estate-sized Rossano has Spanish flavor

Press Release | From Page: HS20

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Comics »

Shoe

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Speed Bump

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Tundra

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Long Story Short

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TV Listings

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Rubes

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Sukodu

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Horoscope, Friday, May 29, 2015

By Contributor | From Page: A12

Horoscope, Saturday, May 30, 2015

By Contributor | From Page: A12

Horoscope, Sunday, May 31, 2015

By Contributor | From Page: A12

New York Times Crossword

By Contributor | From Page: A12

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Medical Profiles

Dr. Little doing big things for local dentistry

By Charlotte Sanchez-Kosa | From Page: MP7

Meet Marshall’s newest cancer physician, Ernest Lo, MD

By Marshall Medical | From Page: MP13

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Home Source

Realtors eagerly await the OK to fly drones

By National Association Of Realtors | From Page: HS10

Survey: Good price tops main reason to buy now

By California Association Of Realtors | From Page: HS15

Moorseville duplex has European touch

Press Release | From Page: HS18

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