The Amador County Planning Commission voted to recommend approval of a new “Dark Sky” ordinance.
Amador County will have only one contested local election in the 2020 Presidential Primary on March 3, 2020 following the deadline for candidate filings on December 6.
Andreas Borgeas is a family man and educator, and as state Senator proudly represents California’s 8th Senate District. After earning his law degree from Georgetown University, Andreas served as a judicial law clerk for Federal Judge Oliver Wanger of the Eastern District in Fresno and then p…
Captain Encouragement talks to a visitor at the Giving Tuesday Meet and Greet on Tuesday, December 3 at the Highway House in Jackson. Amador Community Foundation Executive Director Kathleen Harmon reported earlier this week that this year’s Giving Tuesday event raised $249,713 for local nonp…
The Jackson City Council voted to appoint Mayor Robert Stimpson to another one-year term as Mayor.
Deep in the heart of Jackson, one man, known to some as Mr. Holiday, puts the finishing touches on a holiday tradition started in 1997 – Amador’s Famous Christmas Village.
Caltrans has issued a traffic advisory, expect 15-minute delays for bridge work on Highway 49 from the Sutter Creek Bridge to the Amador Creek Bridge.
William Swift, a Class of 2004 Amador High School graduate who grew up in Sutter Creek, is a Captain in the United States Air Force Reserve and a pilot in the 314th Air Refueling Squadron out of Beale Air Force Base in Marysville. Earlier this year, Swift captured these cool photos from a Bo…
California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE) Amador-El Dorado Unit Battalion Chief Nathan Barcklay recently announced the appointment of Diana Swart as the Amador-El Dorado unit’s new Public Information Officer (PIO).
On Monday, December 2, an Amador County Sheriff’s deputy responded to the Pioneer Post Office for the report of a theft of approximately 300 parcels. When the deputy arrived at the Post Office, the Post Master said 297 parcels were stolen from four pallets left behind the building. The Post …
Recent rains and cooler temperatures across the region have lowered the threat of wildfires allowing CAL FIRE’s Amador-El Dorado Unit to transition out of peak fire season effective at midnight on December 9, 2019 in Alpine, Amador, El Dorado and Sacramento Counties.
A major increase in sewer rates is coming down the pipe for Sutter Creek residents.
SIERRA TRAVEL UPDATE: Chains are now required on Route 4 on all vehicles except 4WD/AWD with snow tires on all 4 from Cabbage Patch to Bear Valley Mountain. Conditions changing throughout day- Check quickmap.dot.ca.gov or call 1-800-427-7623 for real-time road info.