Bill Karr, Northern California editor of Western Outdoor News | Nov 26 2013
Throughout his tenure at the DFW, Bonham has ignored the concept of sound resource management and tried to walk the political tightrope between pleasing the governor, legislative lefties and animal rights advocates and sportsmen. When it comes to sportsmen, he has failed on every front.
The 49ers’ long-struggling offense didn’t exactly “pop” as coordinator Greg Roman predicted it would in the run-up to Monday night’s game. But it definitely showed signs of expansion during the 27-6 win ove
Five German shepherds and their handlers graduated. Four of the teams will be assigned to the Sacramento region. They join the ranks of more than 40 CHP canine teams statewide that, along with bomb detection, specialize in apprehending criminals or finding drugs.
We're now at 52 percent support for legalization. That's a higher level of support than for most politicians. What we saw with medical marijuana is that the ballot initiatives came first. Then state legislatures started passing the bills. And then Congress started getting interested, but of course not passing anything. I think you'll see the same thing with legalization.
According to a new survey by CareerCast.com that will be released Tuesday. Biomedical engineer was No. 2 and software engineer, the top job of 2012, came in at No.3. Careers that ranked the lowest included enlisted military personnel, lumberjack and newspaper reporter.
It's been my experience that many business owners have a difficult time looking three years ahead and asking "Will we still be competitive?" or "Do I want to be doing this anymore?" Perhaps they're too busy fighting today's battles, or maybe they just don't have the guts to look into future.
Brian Richart has accepted appointment as El Dorado County’s new Chief Probation Officer. Mr. Richart was most recently employed as the Administrative Chief of Staff and Adult Division Chief in the Alameda County Probation Department. In that capacity he was responsible for the oversight of more than 600 staff members and a $100 million annual budget.
$108,333 through December and $983,467 for 2014. El Dorado clinic officials applied for the so-called New Access Point grant in anticipation of increased demand for health care under the ACA, which will extend private insurance and Medi-Cal to thousands more people in the region. The new facility is to be sited in Cameron Park.
Congress Weighing 'Draconian' Changes for Ad Industry. The plan under consideration would allow advertisers to deduct only 50 percent of all ad expenses in the first year they’re incurred, and then amortize the remaining 50 percent over the next 10 years.
Dershowitz said he thought the administration of President Barack Obama did a poor job of negotiating the deal. "The deal, announced late Saturday night in the United States, makes it more likely Iran will develop a nuclear bomb, likely creating the need for a future military strike by Israel or the United States"
A golden blanket of old-growth oak, vineyards and watercolor wildflowers. If you look farther up, however, you might marvel at what you find in the skies: delta-shaped hang gliders, playing in the region's foothill-ruffled upper winds.