Tag Archives: El Camino

Girl Scout project brightens sundial for all to use at Earl J. Koobs Nature Study Area

Most 14-year-olds don’t dream about spending more countless hours on a project that requires a lot of work, but Sarah Hegenbart has goals to meet. The incoming El Camino freshman is actively involved in the Girl Scouts of the USA

El Camino alum launches new career, publishes first novel

Annie Laurie Cechini was a sullen seventh-grader when she swore she would never write again after sharing a creation that caused her classmates to laugh. She wasn’t trying to be funny.

El Camino High School student earns annual Youth Soloist Award

Our area can boast an impressive number of talented young musicians at any given time, but rare is it that one hears of a bassoon phenom in our area or, well, any area. Such is the case with El Camino

Del Dayo and Fulton-El Camino Youth soccer clubs draw hundreds of kids to the sport

Many of us played soccer as youths, whether it was because we showed a genuine interest, a particular knack for the game, or (more likely) our parents just wanted us out of the house in the afternoons. Luckily for local

Del Paso Country Club’s history began nearly a century ago

Editor’s note: This is the twelfth part of a series related to the history of the “four corners” of Watt and El Camino avenues. As this 12-part series comes to a close, it is quite fitting to include a brief

Palomino Room served community for more than 40 years

Editor’s note: This is the ninth part of a series regarding the history of the “four corners” of Watt and El Camino avenues. The northwest corner of Watt and El Camino avenues has been home to a wide variety of

Jack’s House of Music served local musical needs for multiple generations

Editor’s note: This is the eighth part of a series regarding the history of the “four corners” of Watt and El Camino avenues. The northwest corner of Watt and El Camino avenues has for many years included a wide variety

Pardee’s Cameras owner to celebrate 35th anniversary

As this series regarding the four corners of Watt and El Camino avenues was reaching its fourth corner, it was brought to the attention of this publication that one of the north area’s longtime continuously operating businesses was about to

Country Club Centre turns 60

Editor’s note: This is the first part in a series regarding the history of the “four corners” of Watt and El Camino avenues. Country Club Centre, a well-known shopping destination in the north area of the city, has reached a

Great McClatchy athletes in the first 25 years

As the 1950’s began, many changes would take place in both the United States and Sacramento.  “I Like Ike” would be a popular slogan and new terms like rock ‘n’ roll, television, suburbs, and drive-in movies would appear. In McClatchy