Why would a business spend more money for something they buy locally when they can buy seemingly the same product at a lower cost from out of the area? Simple! When we buy local we are employing local people that have a chance to spend the dollars we give them locally. This is known as
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There’s something special about trains. From the excitement of the conductor working the whistle to the appearance of the caboose at a railroad crossing, we are hypnotized by these unique vessels. Whether you’re eight or 80, chances are excellent that you’ve ridden one before. They give us the opportunity to enjoy our surroundings without having
Nearly every town in America can stake claim to a famous inhabitant. In California alone, many stars of the silver screen and music world were born here in the Golden State. Actor/director Clint Eastwood hails from San Francisco, football player Tom Brady came into the world in San Mateo and singer/songwriter Chris Isaak was born
We’ve all seen the mugs that say “Those Who Can, Teach.” When it comes to cooking, one can make the same statement about Clark’s Corner General Manager, Chef Chris Martin. The gastronomic dynamo obtained his culinary education not at cooking school, but learned from several excellent chefs. Martin also swears by his local experiences. “My
What: Founded in 2010, the “Clark’s Corner Cycling Challenge,” (CCCC) is an annual cycling event/group ride held annually, starting in beautiful Ione, CA, and circling through Amador County. This year, “Tour of Spain” Cycling Champion Chris Horner, rode in the charity event — attracting record-breaking attendance of over 600 cyclists and spectators, and increasing funds
“This year’s 4th Annual Clark’s Corner Cycling Challenge has been a tremendous success! Early results indicate bigger attendance, a sold out dinner, Chris Horner did indeed share intimate stories if his Spain win and more; and he did ride the 30 mile ride even with his fractured ribs.