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Eclipse Luna ’97 takes tourney

We're No. 1 —€” El Dorado United Eclipse Luna '97 coach Rich Krigger, far left back row, celebrates with Kaci Peel, Gaby Fortino, Tatiana Goldman, Summer Condie, Sydney Rivera, Hannah O’Donnell, Lydia Molitor, Kylie Goyton, Kira Sahaida and coach Ueli Lippuner, left to right, as well as Sarah Huber, Anna Lippuner, Erin Krigger, Ashley Worden, Chris McDaniel and Kelly Krigger, front row left to right. Not pictured are Madison VanOverbeek and Samantha Gerstle.

Ashley Worden scored on a pass from Erin Krigger as time expired in double overtime to secure a thrilling 2-1 win for the EDUSA Eclipse ’97 Luna over Davis Legacy in the championship match of the Lily Nisen Memorial Tournament Oct. 30 in Davis. The Luna scored first at the 5-minute mark of the first half […]

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Folsom High School Jazz Choir is No. 1 with sights set on Europe

No. 1 in the nation —€” The Folsom Jazz Choir hopes to represent the region and the nation in Europe this summer. To pay their own way, the students are offering to perform at private parties and corporate events this holiday season. Courtesy photo

The El Dorado Hills and Folsom region are home to some impressive talent. Fortunately, this talent is not hidden under a bushel basket. It is held aloft for all to see, whether it is a performance by EDMT, a local high school play … or a jazz choir. I have had the good fortune to […]

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Nutty knights take the stage in ‘Spamalot’

And now for something completely different — "Spamalot" puts an entertaining twist on the classic King Arthut legend. The audience won't beleive the adventures these knights have while on a quest for the Holy Grail. Courtesy photo

The Tony Award-winning Best Musical of 2005, Monty Python’s “Spamalot” makes its capital region debut in the intimacy of Stage One at Three Stages. The performances on Nov. 17-19 mark the first visit to the Sacramento region by the national tour of Spamalot. Lovingly “ripped-off” from the internationally famous comedy team’s most popular motion picture […]

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Mittelman sentencing continued

The sentencing of convicted killer Steven Howard Mittelman was continued last month. Mittelman, 56, of El Dorado Hills, was found guilty in September of fatally shooting his ex-wife, Valerie Rita Mittelman, in their apartment on the evening of June 17, 2010. Mittelman, who is facing 50 years to life in prison, had been set for […]

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Search for sweatshirt leads to stolen truck

Bret Massey

The search for a stolen sweatshirt led El Dorado County sheriff’s deputies to a much larger find: a missing truck. On the morning of Oct. 21, deputies responded to a reported strong-armed robbery at the El Dorado Hills Town Center, said sheriff’s Lt. Bryan Golmitz. Deputies contacted the victims and were told that a group […]

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In health: Childhood obesity can be deadly

Dr. Steve Long

By Dr. Steven Long There is an obvious trend in America. We all see it. I don’t mean to be cruel but we are the fattest nation on the planet. It is obvious that this problem is beginning earlier and earlier in our lives. Overweight children most often become overweight adults. Sure, there are those […]

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A dynamic evening of flamenco

Things get hot on Three Stages’ dance floor From his days as first dancer in Compañía Española de Antonio Márquez to his sensational U.S. tour in 2008, José Porcel has been an electric presence in the world of flamenco. From Madrid, Spain, Porcel’s own company of eight dancers, two singers and four musicians will bring […]

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