Psychosis Webinar on Tuesday

by Placerville Newswire / Feb 18, 2017 / comments

[Nami El-Dorado]
Is It Real or Not Real - Do I Have Psychosis?

[Psychosis - the technical term for a delusion or a hallucination]

If you think your brain is playing tricks on you – you’re not alone. We’ve created a webinar to help guide you or someone you know through what might be some confusing experiences.

El Dorado Union High School  Approves 2-Year Student Calendars (2017-18, 2018-19)

by Placerville Newswire / Feb 17, 2017 / comments

The 2-Year Student Calendars for the El Dorado Union High School District’s (EDUHSD) Comprehensive Schools and the 2-Year Student Calendars (2017-18, 2018-19) for the Virtual Academy were approved by the EDUHSD Board of Trustees on February 14, 2017.

2017-18 Calendar:
- 8/7/17 Start of school (Monday)
- 5-day Thanksgiving Break (Monday-Friday)
- 15-day Winter Break (12/18/17-1/5/18)
- 5/25/18 School ends (Friday), before Memorial Day

Time to Ramp up Invasive Species Control Projects at Lake Tahoe

by Placerville Newswire / Feb 17, 2017 / comments

[Joanne S. Marchetta]

Over the last two decades, the Lake Tahoe Region has become a national leader in fighting the introduction and spread of aquatic invasive species (AIS) that threaten to harm its world-renowned environment and the $5 billion recreation-based economy it supports.

Sheriff's Arrest and Activity Log for 2-16-17

by Placerville Newswire / Feb 17, 2017 / comments

The following people are on the arrest log of February 16, 2017, as reported by the El Dorado County Sheriff’s Department:    

JN1700751    ROBERT    MICHAEL    ADAMS    M
Facility    Date Booked    Status    Age at Booking    Arresting Agency
PV    20170216    RELEASED    52    PPD
First 5 Charges    Misd or Felony?    Description    
Bail Amount For Each Charge
11377(A)    M    POSSESS CNTL SUB    $5,000.00


by Placerville Newswire / Feb 17, 2017 / comments

[National Weather Service in Sacramento]

* An incoming strong storm system will bring a period of excessive  rainfall to northern California. The combination of saturated  ground, heavy rain, and snow melt will result in large amounts  of runoff into rivers and streams.

* Significant rises in rivers and streams draining from the  mountains can be expected beginning Sunday night. Elsewhere,  flooding of poor drainage areas and flood prone creeks and streams  will be possible across the Sacramento and northern San Joaquin  valleys.