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Oak Ridge loss isn’t pretty

After establishing themselves as an area power with five league wins, the Oak Ridge Lady Trojans had only playoff positioning to worry about. With that in mind Wednesday against visiting Sheldon, the Oak Ridge offense was out of sync and its defense never competitive in a 51-40 Delta River League loss to the Huskies. “We […]

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County to approve sex-offender ordinance

El Dorado County’s sheriff, district attorney and superintendent of schools have united to push for an ordinance restricting registered sex offenders from loitering or congregating at certain public places. A first reading of the proposed ordinance was posted at Tuesday’s board of supervisors meeting and introduced by DA Vern Pierson. “Basically, this is a tool […]

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Biz park sewer lift to be replaced

T&S Construction Co. will build a new sewer lift station at the El Dorado Hills Business Park after it was the low bidder at $1,285,900. Including El Dorado Irrigation District construction management, consultants and testing, PG&E electricl service relocation and a contingency fund bring the total project costs to $1.6 million. The lift station, one […]

No Comment / February 07, 2012 | Posted in Featured Stories,News | Read More »

El Dorado Transit to observe President’s Day

PLACERVILLE — El Dorado Transit will not operate bus or Dial-A-Ride service on Monday, Feb. 20, in observance of the President’s Day holiday. El Dorado Transit’s business office and dispatch center will be closed. Normal service will resume on Tuesday, Feb. 21. For more information or a complete listing of holidays call El Dorado Transit at […]

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Philharmonic salutes Beethoven

Ludwig van Beethoven

SACRAMENTO — The Sacramento Philharmonic’s 2012 Beethoven tribute offers a multi-faceted look at the beloved composer. On the program is his Grosse Fuge (Great Fugue), which one music critic called “the most radical work by the most formidable composer in history.” In 2005 a librarian at the Palmer Theological Seminary discovered a lost manuscript of the piece. […]

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Student of the Month: Hannah Han

Village Life photo by Noel Stack

Lakeview Elementary School teacher Roxanne Simmons, proud mom Rose Han and Rotary Student of the Month Hannah Han celebrate Hannah’s success with Lakeview Principal Judy Chance, Rescue Union School District Superintendent David Swart and Rotary CLub of El Dorado Hills President Jeff England, left to right. Hannah was honored at last week’s Rotary Club meeting. […]

No Comment / February 06, 2012 | Posted in Feature Photos,News | Read More »

Oak Ridge Jr. Trojans celebrate scholastic excellence

More than 110 Jr. Trojans were honored for scholastic excellence last month at the Scholastic All Stars Award Ceremony. Courtesy photo

On Jan. 26 The Oak Ridge Jr. Trojan Football and Cheer program recognized 112 athletes for maintaining scholastic excellence during the 2011 season at the annual Scholastic All Stars Award Ceremony. The Scholastic All Star Program honors athletes that maintain a GPA of 3.0 or higher.   The athletes were recognized in four categories — Gold […]

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