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EL DORADO COUNTY ARREST and REPORT LOG 2016-03-31

by Placerville Newswire / Apr 01, 2016 / comments

Placerville Newswire | Arrested in El Dorado County on March 31, 2016. -- Notable Incidents: SELL MARIJUANA+, bail = $105,000... |  FALSE IMPRISONMENT... |  CRPL INJ:SPOUS/COHAB/DATE, bail = $50,000... |  TOWN CENTER BL, EL DORADO HILLS, MALE ADULT WAS ARRESTED FOR MARIJUANA POSSESSION AND TRANSPORTATION... |  SUSPECT WAS ARRESTED FOR SHOPLIFTING.... |  GOLDEN CENTER DR, DIAMOND SPRINGS. AN UNKNOWN MALE BRANDISHED A KNIFE IN A THREATENING MANNER...

Land Donation Aids as Critical Trail Link at Lake Tahoe

by Placerville Newswire / Mar 31, 2016 / comments

[by Margaret Moran] Mountain bikers enjoy the Incline Flume Trail during a previous summer | Courtesy photo

A recent sizable land donation is expected to help fulfill a long-desired connection that will extend public access of a popular North Lake Tahoe hiking and biking trail.

In late December 2015, billionaire businessman David Duffield and his wife, Cheryl — owners of the former Ponderosa Ranch property in town — donated 18.6 acres of private land near Incline Village to the Nevada Land Trust.

El Dorado Hills Town Center Pot Bust Nets Marijuana Bud worth  $2000-$5000

by Placerville Newswire / Mar 31, 2016 / comments

On March 31st the El Dorado County Sheriff's Office reminded people to stay vigilant as they announced a large pot bust.

Top EDUHSD Administrators Recognized

by Placerville Newswire / Mar 31, 2016 / comments

[Image: ACSA award recipients]  The El Dorado Union High School District is proud to have three administrators honored at this year’s regional Association of California School Administrators (ACSA) Administrator of the Year award ceremony last month. Aaron Palm, current interim principal at Oak Ridge High School, Mike Ziegler, counselor at Union Mine High School, and Dan Augino, Director of Maintenance, Operations and Facilities, were all presented with their awards at the February 25th event.

Wanted: Foster Parent Resource Families in South Lake Tahoe

by Placerville Newswire / Mar 31, 2016 / comments

The El Dorado County Health and Human Services Agency is looking for individuals in the South Lake Tahoe area who could open their hearts and homes to a child in need of care. Local individuals and families are needed to serve as Resource Families, providing shelter care (up to thirty days) or full term homes (up to and over eighteen months) for foster children.   

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