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Seniors get a new tree

It’s been a rough year for the trees on El Dorado Hills thoroughfares, with stalwart sentries on El Dorado Hills Boulevard and Francisco Drive either struck down by disease or condemned for the crime of busting buried water pipes. The most recent victim was the landmark Christmas tree that towered above the El Dorado Hills […]

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Flu season preparation: Marshall Medical Center adds new masking protocol

It is influenza season once again. Marshall Medical Center is working to get its patients and staff immunized and to get the word out about the flu, its risks and what people can do to prevent its spread. Marshall’s priority is the health of its patients, employees and community.  Since employees work closely with flu […]

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EDH Crime Watch: Nov. 8-14

The following information was taken from El Dorado County sheriff’s reports: Where’s my wallet? Nov. 8: A wallet was reported stolen on Montrose Way and the victim’s credit cards were later used by the suspect(s). Vehicle break in Nov. 9: Thieves took several items from a vehicle parked on Rosecrest Circle. Trashed Nov. 10: Someone […]

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David Lopes provides dentistry for today’s families

Dentist David Lopes calls his practice Smile Designs, but what goes into those smiles makes the difference in the treatment experience for his patients. It’s his attention to every detail of the patient experience, from the time someone walks into his office at 1150 Suncast Lane, Suite 6, in the El Dorado Hills Business Park, […]

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There’s no place like ‘Homes for the Holidays’ in EDH

That “Winter Wonderland” month is nearly here: December. Soon, the joyous strains of Christmas music will be heard over the radio. Kitchens will be filled with the scents of holiday feasts and treats. Children will share games and family traditions, such as dreidel, with school chums. Stores already have their holiday décor up. There is […]

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Oak Ridge holds on in tense finish

With powerful rushing, timely defense and clutch special teams play, host Oak Ridge held off a late surge from the Pitman Pride to win Friday’s CIF Sac-Joaquin Section Division I quarterfinals 17-16. The win moves the Trojans into Saturday’s semifinals at Burbank which beat Pleasant Grove 32-27. Oak Ridge beat the Titans last year to open […]

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Hazbun recalled as water guru

By all accounts, Albert Hazbun was a hard-working father who pioneered the El Dorado County water recycling system, spending more than a quarter of a century on various committees mostly dealing with water problems in the county. Hazbun, who died in his El Dorado Hills home on Nov. 13 from leukemia at the age of […]

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