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Another EDH home burns

Photo by Dick Sullivan

Flames ripped through a Vista Mar Drive home Monday afternoon, destroying the two-story residence and burning some of the nearby open space and a spot on a neighbor’s lawn. The El Dorado Hills Fire Department got the call at 1:49 p.m. and when firefighters arrived at the home, “It was well involved. (The fire) was […]

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Wine at Town Center a sunny success

CAMERON PARK CSD interim General Manager Rusty Dupray and wife Julie enjoyed great wine and food at Wine at Town Center. Village Life photos by Noel Stack

Sunshine welcomed guests to Wine at Town Center Saturday. The fundraising event hosted by the Rotary Clubs of El Dorado Hills and Cameron Park was rescheduled from June 4 to June 25 after rain washed out the first date. Mother Nature couldn’t have provided a more perfect evening this time around. Hundreds of people attended […]

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Brewers are No. 1

Photo by Marcy Dikeman

UNDEFEATED — The 2011 EDH Little League AA-Brewers earned the 2011 AA-Division Champion and the 2011 AA-Tournament Champion with an undefeated record at 13-0. Front row, left to right: Matt Creech, Jamie Jester, Max Cannata, Jeremy Bellas, Adam Dikeman, Andrew Soares; second row, left to right: Tanner Daugherty, Brock Sale, George Rios, Will Curtis, Jake Hoffman, […]

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El Dorado County a “No Fireworks Zone”

CAMINO — Cal Fire’s Amador-El Dorado Unit Chief Kelly Keenan encourages everyone in El Dorado County to celebrate Independence Day by attending one of the following local events: • Saturday July 2 — Summer Spectacular at Cameron Park Lake, noon to 10 p.m. Fun and games for the entire family. Fireworks spectacular in the evening • […]

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People Talk: Are you satisfied with our fire and emergency medical services?

Julie Rand, El Dorado Hills "€œI haven'€™t had to use it, thankfully, but I'm glad to know they'€™re there for us. I read about their retirements in the Village Life."

Marilyn Marcroft, El Dorado Hills “They saved my husband’s life 20 years ago … arrived in five minutes and kept him from dying. He’€™s had 20 years to see his daughter grow up and get to know his grandchildren because of the El Dorado Hills Fire Department.” Julie Rand, El Dorado Hills “€œI haven’€™t had […]

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Folsom History Museum’s 31st annual Quilt Show best in years

BRODERIE PURSE was created in 1820. It is an extremely old quilt, and highly unusual because of its excellent condition. It was obviously well cared for these past two centuries. It is on display at the Folsom History Museum's annual Antique Quilt and Vintage Fashion Exhibit through Sept. 5. Photo by Susan Laird

The 31st annual Quilt and Vintage Fashion Exhibit at the Folsom History Museum this summer is one of the best shows for vintage quilts in Northern California — ranking it “up there” in the world of quilt shows in the Western United States. As a dabbler in quilting who grew up with a mother, grandmother […]

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EDH man in Nevada train wreck

El Dorado Hills resident Jim Bickley and other California Zephyr passenger made an unscheduled stop in Nevada Friday after a semi struck the train. “At about 11:20 a.m. a semi tractor-trailer rig drove into the side of an Amtrak train at a public railroad crossing east of Reno, Nev.,” states a press release issued by Amtrak. “There […]

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