Logan Seavey won the three-night battle and his second main event in the California Lightning Sprint Car Series/Bay Cities Racing Association co-sanctioned “Hangtown 100” last Saturday night at the Placerville Speedway.
The county's agricultural service board (ASB) has approved funding for two conservation projects in the district under the Alternative Land Use Services (ALUS) program. The approvals came by way of motion at the board’s recent regularly scheduled meeting,
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Q: David Saldivar of Thermal asked about school bus safety. He said he knows California law requires drivers to stop when a school bus stops in front of them and extends its stop sign with flashing lights,
Chris Crowder led about three seconds of the main event at night #2 of the California Lightning Sprint Car Series/Bay Cities Racing Association co-sanctioned “Hangtown 100” on Friday night at the Placerville Speedway.
After two years, industry members finally gathered in person for Natural Products Expo East 2021. This expo consisted of dreamers and doers; people who are revolutionizing the health and wellness industry.
USAC racing star Logan Seavey made a cameo appearance in the California Lightning Sprint Car Series/Bay Cities Racing Association co-sanctioned “Hangtown 100” and won the 25-lap main event Thursday night at the Placerville Speedway.
November is a special month. Not only because it’s like an extension of October in the Walla Walla Valley, or that the late season big game hunts are open. Rather, November offers a time of reflection as winter approaches and we gather with friends and ...
After being rejected this summer, proponents of extending the first LA Metro light-rail line into San Bernardino County are once again eyeing federal and state dollars to fill a funding gap. Builders of the L Line,