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Reenactors share patriot stories

YOUNGSTERS GOT A HISTORY LESSON at the recent Amador Children of the American Revolution meeting. Countrsy photo

Tom Chilton aka “Mountain Man Tom” of the Sacramento Chapter CASSAR, Tom Douglas aka “Capt. James Curry of the Eighth Virginia Regiment” Mother Lode Chapter, CASSAR and Tom Adams, aka “Tom Adams,” CASSAR liaison to the Children of the American Revolution, attended the meeting of the Amador CAR for August. Mountain Man Tom and Capt. […]

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Four Scouts reach for the sky

SUPER SCOUTS —Jonathan Walburger and Folsom Mayor Andy Morin, top row left to right, congratulate Eagel Scouts Tyler Howlett, Tanner Sharp, Matthew Howlett and Jared Duval, left to right. Courtesy photo

On the evening of Aug. 14 four young men from Folsom were recognized for earning their Eagle Scout award. The Eagle Scout is the highest rank attainable in the scouting program of the Boy Scouts of America. This is a significant accomplishment for these four Vista Del Lago High School graduates and students, considering that only […]

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Air National Guard Series to host exhibition race in Folsom

The Air National Guard Hydroplane Series will stage a four-boat exhibition event for community leaders and area corporate executives for the possible return of hydroplane racing to the state’s capital in 2012. The exhibition will take place on Folsom Lake on Thursday, Sept. 8, and is the first time the Air National Guard hydroplanes have […]

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Grandparents may need to balance gifts and goals

John Zezini

Grandparents Day falls on Sept. 11 this year. While not as widely observed as Mother’s Day or Father’s Day, Grandparents Day nonetheless serves a valuable purpose in reminding us of the importance of grandparents in the lives of their grandchildren. If you’re a grandparent yourself, you already know the joy your grandchildren bring you, and […]

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Tribe opening bigger, better clinic

WORK CONTINUES on the new Community Health Clinic on the Shingle Springs Rancheria. The facility is due to open on Oct. 3.  Village Life photo by Pat Dollins

The Shingle Springs Band of Miwok Indians recently announced Oct. 3 as the opening date for the all new Community Health Clinic, located adjacent to Red Hawk Casino at Red Hawk Parkway. The new 60,000-square-foot clinic, which includes two floors of parking, replaces the existing 17,000-square-foot facility located on Mother Lode Drive in Shingle Springs.  […]

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Sheriff’s Dept. sponsors CERT Academy

The El Dorado County sheriff’s Office of Emergency Services Community Emergency Response Team program began in 2007 with overwhelming success. To date, more than 150 individuals have received training. The CERT concept is based on increasing disaster preparedness awareness within El Dorado County by having a group of trained individuals capable of assisting themselves, their […]

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El Dorado County Artists Studio Tour details

Looking for fun and entertainment? Visit 62 artists at their studios and homes on the last weekend of September and the first weekend of October. The El Dorado County Artists Studio Tour will be open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. both weekends at 16 studios throughout the Highway 50 corridor from El Dorado Hills […]

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