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STC season features Crazy Horse, Romeo and Mr. Green

Sacramento Theatre Company is pleased to announce the 2013-14 season. STC places priority on shows that are on the reading list for local schools, and shows that offer our students the opportunity to perform alongside our professional actors in age appropriate roles. The shows “Pride and Prejudice” Oct. 2-27, 2013 Based on Jane Austen’s novel, this […]

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Connections – One Stop offers services for mature job seekers

Approximately 40 percent of adults living in El Dorado County are age 55 or older and this percentage is expected to increase. Many of these individuals continue to stay active in the job market or are actively seeking employment. To assist these individuals, the El Dorado County Connections – One Stop is expanding its outreach efforts […]

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Girl Scouts turn lunch waste into cash

Girl Scouts proudly pose with all the juice pouches they collected. Courtesy photo

Girl Scout Troop 1126 helped reduce waste at Oak Meadow Elementary School in El Dorado Hills, all while raising money for school supplies for homeless children. The troop of fifth-grade girls recently completed a year-long Journey program exploring electricity and energy savings. The troop chose to participate in the TerraCycle program as its final project. […]

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Keep your pooch away from rattlesnakes

The Hangtown Kennel Club of Placerville is sponsoring its final Rattlesnake Avoidance Clinic for this year on June 29-30 with a registration deadline of June 22. The clinic will take place in the Placerville area. Rattlesnakes are common in El Dorado County, and reports of sightings and bites are up this year. Treatment is extremely […]

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Nutting hearing cut short; judge steps aside

Supervisor Ray Nutting, second from left, appears in El Dorado County Superior Court Monday afternoon with attorney David Weiner, left. Nutting was joined by his wife Jennifer, seen behind him on the right, as well as supporters and many members of the media. Village life photo by Krysten Kellum

Supervisor Ray Nutting’s first court appearance began with a recusal as El Dorado County Superior Court Judge Daniel B. Proud stepped down from the case due to a conflict of interest. Nutting coached Proud’s son in wrestling. Nutting and his attorney David Weiner will next appear in Judge Warren Stracener’s Department 9 courtroom at 8:30 […]

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Measure Y guys launch no growth campaign

Battle lines are being drawn on the proposed Marble Valley and Lime Rock Valley projects, which would eventually put 4,368 dwellings in four-plus miles running southeast from the Bass Lake Road freeway interchange. Parker Development, which also faces domestic unrest over plans to develop the former El Dorado Hills Executive Golf Course, faces attack on […]

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Sports leaders call for playing fields, not houses on former golf course

Two years into Parker Development’s careful unveiling of the Marble Valley and Central El Dorado Hills Specific Plans, the grass-roots opposition they might have expected early on has finally arrived. The Serrano developer now face problems on the home front, where youth sports leaders say the community needs playing fields, not houses on the former […]

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