Monday, July 28, 2014

GDPUD inching closer to ALT water plant

The Auburn Lake Trails Water Treatment Plant was back as the main topic last month as the Georgetown Divide Public Utility District inched closer to retrofitting the plant. Interim General Manager George Sanders reported the plans for the plant are 100 percent complete and are being reviewed by the California Department of Public Health. By the […]

Apple Hill gets video money for 50th anniversary

The El Dorado County Board of Supervisors gave a promotional boost to the Apple Hill Growers Association June 17 as it recognized the Association’s 50th anniversary with a proclamation along with funds to produce a promotional video highlighting the history of Apple Hill. Lynn Larsen, president of the Apple Hill Growers Association, said the growers […]

On tap

Track and Field The 96th CIF Track and Field Championships are today and tomorrow at the Veterans Memorial Stadium at Buchanan High in Clovis. Today’s field events trials begin at 3 p.m. with track at 5. Tomorrow’s field finals start at 4:30 with track at 6. Baseball The 43rd Optimist baseball games are tomorrow at […]

Two from area get recognition

The CIF Sac-Joaquin Section awarded $35,600 in scholarships last month to the 51 winners of the A. Dale Lacky/CSEA Scholarships for outstanding athletic performance, community service and academic success during their four years of high school. Two local athletes, El Dorado’s Michael Weston and Oak Ridge’s Trent Buenzli, each received $600. The award, named after […]


Junior Tennis Clinic The 28th Annual Hangtown Junior Tennis Clinic, sponsored by the Hangtown Women’s Tennis Club, is June 9-13 at Ponderosa High for kids age 12-18. Clinic Director is Martha Downing, a certified tennis pro and former Director of Tennis ar Millennium Sports Club. High Intermediate to Advanced are 8:30-10 a.m. and Beginners to […]

Camp taught kids fundamental skills

In order to be one of the best high school basketball players in the Sacramento region, mastering the fundamentals is a prerequisite. Approximately 50 kids did just that this week at the 22nd annual Oak Ridge Summer Basketball Camp, held in the Trojans’ gym that began Monday and ran through yesterday. The camp, separated into afternoon […]

Point’s race benefits Boys, Girls Club

Program includes Sprint Cars, Limited Late Models, Pure Stocks, BCRA Midget Lites After a week off, the excitement of Weekly Points Racing resumes tomorrow night in the Jackson Rancheria Championship Season with four divisions are on the menu of this action-packed event benefitting one of the area’s well-known charitable organizations, the Boys and Girls Club of […]