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EDMT succeeds in ‘How to Succeed without Really Trying’

By today’s standards, mid-1950s Americans were living in fairy-tale land. It was a time when any young man with pluck and charm could become president of a corporation. Any young woman with good looks and charm could marry Prince Charming — often the young man who had risen to the top of the corporate ladder. […]

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‘Hansel & Gretel’ with a twist

Hannah Hurst (Gretel) and Caiden Falco (Hansel) have an adventure in the Brothers Grimm tale opening at Folsom's Sutter Street Theatre. Photo by Allen Schmeltz

What happens when the witch doesn’t want to be a witch anymore? Find the answer at Sutter Street Theare’s production of “Hansel & Gretel,” opening April 20. This fun adaptation of the classic Brothers Grimm fable includes music, an evil witch, a goblin, Pookins the Cat and Fritzi the Dog (both puppets) and, of course, […]

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Girls lacrosse: Breakdowns hurt Oak Ridge in loss

Four Oak Ridge High girls lacrosse players scored goals against Granite Bay in Friday’s game at the Trojans’ field, won by the Grizzlies 12-5. Communication breakdown was a factor in moving the ball throughout most of the game for the Trojans. “Our defense lacked communication tonight,” Oak Ridge coach Eldore Wood said. “The last couple […]

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Softball: Lady Trojans roll past Ponderosa

Playing in the annual Breast Cancer Awareness game Thursday, the Oak Ridge Lady Trojans led from the start in a 7-1 Delta River League victory over visiting Ponderosa. “That was the best game we’ve played all year. We got our bunts down, we moved runners, we made little fielding mistakes. Even the innings we didn’t […]

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Ask a care manager: How long can I take care of myself?

With older adults living longer than ever, it would seem that being independent and taking care of oneself would just go on forever. Realistically, that is not true. There comes a time as a result of advanced age, disability and/or poor health when everyone needs some assistance. The questions are: Who – What – Where […]

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About kids and same sex marriage

Julie Samrick’s commentary about kids and same-sex marriage was articulate and well-intended, but is founded on some large assumptions. She states that the foundation of marriage is to conjoin with another person to begin a new family together, which usually means creating children. Conjoining two people in marriage does create a new family, but the […]

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EDH Crime Watch: April 4-10

The following information is from El Dorado County sheriff’s reports: Stolen April 4: A grand theft was reported on Bailey Court. Recreational break-in April 4: Someone possibly broke into an RV parked on Bass Lake Road. Sliced April 4: A 19-year-old man reported a that a delivery driver cut him with a surgical blade while […]

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