Northstar, CA….Basque in the moonlight while enjoying the peaceful and serine mountain setting – all while getting some great exercise – by joining us on Northstar-at-Tahoe™ Resort’s Moonlight Snowshoe Tours. There will be 2 – 3 different routes ranging in difficulty and distance so you can chose the group you’re most comfortable with. After conquering […]
Remember, an election is taking place on Tuesday, Jan. 4, to determine who will win the California First State Senate District seat race between Ken Cooley and Ted Gaines, as a result of the Nov. 2 election. El Dorado County Registrar of Voters William E. Schultz said he would like to thank all voters who […]
The El Dorado County Board of Supervisors is not scheduled to meet on the following dates: * Tuesday, December 21, 2010 * Tuesday, December 28, 2010 The next Regular Meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, January 4, 2011.
Placer County, CA…The Placer County Sheriff’s Office is encouraging residents and businesses throughout Placer County to continue to display blue lights during the month of December in honor of Project Blue Light. Project Blue Light is observed nationally every year to serve as a memorial to fallen law enforcement officers. Communities are asked to display […]
Placer County, CA….The Placer County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday commended Placer County Chief Probation Officer Stephen G. Pecor for being named Chief Probation Officer of the Year by the Probation Officers of California (CPOC). The organization represents 59 chief probation officers throughout the state. Pecor was honored by his peers on Dec., 2, 2010. […]
Placer County, CA….Placer County is teaming up with the state to contribute to the Placer Land Trust’s acquisition of 1,773 acres of oak woodlands located outside of Auburn. On Tuesday, the Placer County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to approve an agreement that will allow the Placer Land Trust to complete acquisition of the property […]
Placer County, CA…..While the state’s recession has dramatically increased the demand for county-provided indigent health care services, state funding and local revenues have declined. As a result, on Tuesday, Placer County reduced the level of dental services it provides to eligible adults with low incomes. In order to ensure that the most important dental care […]
With snowy weather comes winter driving, snow plows, and more. Get helpful hints on how to stay safe and happy during inclimate weather!
Washoe County, NV…..All available Washoe County’s roads crews and equipment are out working on removing ice and snow and are asking for the public’s help to help them keep roads in the unincorporated areas open. Here’s some basic tips you can follow to help county snow plow operators: • Keep your vehicles and garbage cans […]
The National Safety Council offers the Defensive Driving Course in many cities. The following advice is reprinted from pages 35 and 36 of the guide. By The National Safety Council Copyright © 1992, The National Safety Council Reprinted with permission. Winter driving can be inconvenient, annoying, even infuriating. But you can offset those aggravations and […]
Washoe County Sheriff’s Office and Nevada Highway Patrol Sign Inter-local Agreement to Improve Officer Presence in the Tahoe Basin
Incline Village, NV…..The Washoe County Sheriff’s Office and Department of Public Safety, Nevada Highway Patrol (NHP) have signed an inter-local agreement this week granting office space to NHP to improve law enforcement presence for residents in the Incline Village/Tahoe Basin areas. In January 2009, the Washoe County Sheriff’s Office realigned the beat areas, incorporating Incline […]