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Golf: Trojans take 3rd, Bruins come in 4th

OAK RIDGE'S Beomyun Han, pictured earlier this season, shot a team-best 86 Monday. Village Life photo by Krysten Kellum

CAMERON PARK — The Delta River League closed out its regular season girls golf schedule with Monday’s golf tournament at the Cameron Park Country Club. The order of finish duplicated the final league standings. St. Francis and Pleasant Grover ended up 1-2; Oak Ridge took third; Ponderosa, fourth; and Folsom and Sheldon 5-6. Monday, the […]

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Grimm Brothers’ Fairytales come to life

Things will look Grimm at Fairytale Town for this year’s Safe and Super Halloween. The fairytales of Wilhelm and Jacob Grimm come to life for three nights of family fun from 5 to 9 p.m. on Oct. 26-28. Families will enjoy visiting Sleeping Beauty’s castle, walking through Little Red Riding Hood’s forest, and sneaking a […]

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Chilean ensemble illuminates Three Stages

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FOLSOM — For four and a half decades, the music of Inti-Illimani has intoxicated audiences around the world. Performing on more than 30 wind, string and percussion instruments, it is a veritable institution, a cultural icon of the group’s native Chile. With more than 40 recordings to its name, Inti-Illimani has appeared on stage with Bruce Springsteen, […]

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Cutting-edge multi media opera utilizes live music and dance

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Utilizing animation with a live mariachi quartet, three modern folklórico dancers, and the music of hip hop, bossa nova and blues, “Imperial Silence: Una Ópera Muerta / A Dead Opera in Four Acts” is a bilingual new media opera and  a contemporary interpretation of the Chicana/o tradition of the Days of the Dead. The project coming to […]

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Oak Ridge, Ponderosa tackle hunger

Oak Ridge Principal Steve Wehr, left, and Food Bank of El Dorado County Executive Director Mike Sproull teamed up to host the first Tackle Hunger football game on Oct. 19. Courtesy photo

The Food Bank of El Dorado County is proud to announce the first ever Tackle Hunger football game in El Dorado County. The game will match up two of the area league pigskin powerhouses on Friday night, Oct. 19. The Oak Ridge Trojans host the Ponderosa Bruins to partner with the Food Bank in this […]

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Huber reflects on time in Assembly

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Assemblywoman Alyson Huber recently reflected on the highs and lows of four whirlwind years in state politics that ends on Dec. 6. A mix of liberal and conservative supporters turned out on Oct. 1 for a farewell reception hosted by Tony Mansour, Kevin Nagle, The Parker Development Company and the El Dorado Hills Chamber of […]

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Don’t be alarmed: Firefighters, volunteers make homes safe

Firefighter/paramedic James Sommercamp and Interact Club members Alana Hankins and Vicky Findlay get ready to canvass a neighborhood, installing and educating residents about smoke detectors and CO detectors. VIllage Life photo by Noel Stack

Marina Village residents got a nice wake-up call Saturday as El Dorado Hills firefighters and volunteers with the Rotary Club of El Dorado Hills and Oak Ridge’s Interact Club canvassed the neighborhood, installing smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors for anyone who wanted them — free of charge. The event is part of the long-standing partnership […]

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