The devastating impacts of COVID-19 have strongly hit the arts and music community throughout the country and right here at home. Amador County Arts Council has a heavy heart as it fondly remembers 2017 TGIF musician Russ Abraham who played with Debbie Wolfe & Halfmoon Highway at Mollie …

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March and April brought unexpected cold temperatures and late snow storms. The COVID pandemic forced people to shelter at home and lead to many becoming unemployed and struggling to keep warm. However, for one Amador County community group it flooded their phone line with desperate cries for…

While you are spending time at home, with or without your children, we offer a reminder for you...Little Free Libraries are located throughout Amador County. Feel free while you are out conducting essential business to stop by ours or one of the other Little Free Libraries in Amador County a…

Gallery 10 is open! Hurrah! We are celebrating our return to Life with a show of work done by our artists during the Stay-at-Home order. The quarantine gave the artists time, a commodity often lacking in our busy lives, to develop new work, new paintings, new pottery, new jewelry.

Each Amador County Troop has handled the suspension of in-person meetings in various and creative ways. Some troops have chosen to take a break at this time, while others have held virtual meetings or completed assignments from leaders independently. 

Pizza thrives on heat—lots of scorching heat to get that crust to spring into bubbly, blistered shape, to melt cheese, and to perform the tasks required to turn a disk of dough into basically the best food there is. Which is why the grill is a pizza’s best friend: It generates way more heat …

In our final Ledger SIP Challenge, we celebrated moms in honor of Mother’s Day. We received many photos but selected one winner this week who pulls double duty as both grandma and mom. Denise Koppi is one of many grandparents raising their grandchildren. Denise gets to experience being a mom…

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Walking at high school graduation, throwing your cap in the air and beginning an independent life is a huge milestone in any teenager’s life, but Covid-19 has changed that moment for this year’s graduating seniors. After the social distancing mandate was created for public safety and June 5t…