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Turkey shot with arrow dies

This turkey apparantly shot with an arrow was seen in an El Dorado Hills neighborhood the first wekend in July. Because it suffered major injuries, the turkey was euthanized. Photo by Joe Bula

El Dorado Hills residents reported a turkey wandering about with an arrow stuck in its side the first weekend in July. After making several phone calls to track down the bird, Village Life has learned that the turkey suffered internal injuries and did not survive. A California Fish and Game warden captured the turkey, which was […]

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Teen turns trash into treasure

Bevyn Cassidy sets out recycling bins at El Dorado Hills Town Center. The teen donates the money she collects to various causes. Village Life photo by Pat Dollins

Bevyn Cassidy takes the saying “One man’s trash is another man’s treasure” to heart. The 15-year-old Oak Ridge High School student started her own recycling business called “Changing This World.” She leaves recycling bins in front of businesses, at events and at meetings to collect people’s unwanted plastics, aluminum and glass. Each product is only […]

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EDH Crime Watch: July 4-11

The following information was taken from El Dorado County sheriff’s reports: Lost along the way July 4: A 21-year-old man reported his cell phone and wallet taken after they fell out of his pocket during an altercation on Valley View Parkway. Behind the scenes July 4: Vandals damaged a vehicle parked behind a Town Center […]

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A special thank you from El Dorado Hills Florist

We have stood on your steps and rang your doorbells for 24 years. We are the quiet messenger between your friends, family and lovers. Rarely do we need to use Mapquest, knowing your neighborhoods and businesses by heart. We have handed you your wedding bouquets and pinned on your boutonnieres, delivered you some cheer, get […]

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Are you a “hands-on” investor?

John Zezini

The investment world can be complex — so you may not want to navigate it alone. But when it comes to getting professional advice, you certainly have an abundance of choices. How can you know which approach is right for you? The answer depends, to a large extent, on how you choose to work with […]

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FLC hosts benefit, New York style

The Manhattan Transfer —€” Tim Hauser, Janis Siegel, Cheryl Bentyne and Alan Paul, left to right — has won eight Grammys over the years. See them live at the Three Stages benefit concert on Aug. 18. Courtesy photo

The community is invited to support Folsom Lake College students and enjoy an exclusive, unforgettable evening at the same time. Three Stages, One Night: A New York Experience will be held at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 18, and support the Folsom Lake College Foundation. The Manhattan Transfer will perform at the event. Winner of […]

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Storm hopes to dominate the diamond

The Sierra Valley Storm 10U team celebrated a section championship victory. Courtesy photo

For most kids the month of July means water parks, camping, and family vacations. For the ball players in the Sierra Valley Storm baseball program July means only one thing — All-Stars. Starting June 30 all six Sierra Valley teams took to the road to open up sectional play in Vacaville and Rocklin. Of the six teams […]

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