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Billingsley’s Bullets: Let go of the past before it is too late

Thanks to the generosity of John and Gloria Bruno, I have the book, “The Soul Would Have No Rainbow If the Eyes Had No Tears,” by Guy A. Zona . . .In this book of native American proverbs, the following Cherokee proverb is noted: “Don’t let yesterday use up too much of today.” I believe […]

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EDHCSD board sets short term course

The annual shuffling of El Dorado Hills Community Services District board leadership and committee membership took place during last month’s meeting, roughly an hour before four of five directors voted to terminate their general manager’s contract. The John Skeel firing will likely stand as the defining action of an embattled board that’s now facing an […]

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Chiropractic clinic, spa team up to feed the hungry

Town Center Family Chiropractic and Asante Spa teamed up for their annual fundraiser — HOPE Day — earlier last month, bringing in more that 1,200 pounds of food. The Helping Other People Eat event benefitted the Food Bank of El Dorado County. “The first year we had HOPE Day we raised close to 200 pounds […]

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Patty Gill rides into champions circle

“Dedicated.” Trainer Pam Cross with Cantera Farms at Sundance Springs in Shingle Springs quickly came up with the word to describe her student Patty Gill. “She’s committed,” Cross explained. “She does this four to five days a week.” For the last seven years Patty has dedicated her time to pony equitation. This past season the […]

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New safety seat law for children now in effect

As of Jan. 1 California’s new Child Safety Seat Law went into effect, requiring parents to keep their children properly buckled into a car seat or booster seat in the back seat until the age of 8. This new law does away with the “6 years or 60 pounds” rule for children traveling in a […]

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Museums host special events

SACRAMENTO — In addition to its fascinating Gold Rush past, the Sacramento area is rich with an amazing array of state-of-the-art museums and historic sites that offer visitors the chance to explore California’s fine art, history, science and wildlife treasures all year long. With 28 active partners, the Sacramento Association of Museums is proud to showcase […]

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