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Consider native plants for your garden

By Deborah Nicolls El Dorado County Master Gardener If you are thinking about putting in new landscaping or just enhancing your existing yard, why not consider native plants? There are native plants for every situation in your garden. There are plants that do well in shade, many that do well in full sun and others […]

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Todd Ellison conducts to the classics

Todd Ellison

Hailed by the New York Times as one of “Broadway’s electric conductors,” Todd Ellison is one of the most accomplished and sought after music directors working today and he’s coming to Folsom on Sept. 8. For his Harris Center debut, Ellison is joined by four vocalists from the Broadway stage performing some of his favorite musical […]

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EDH Crime Watch: Aug. 22-28

The following information was taken from El Dorado County sheriff’s reports: Rode away Aug. 22: A 16-year-old boy reportedly took his father’s motorcycle without permission from their Calaveras Drive home. Behind the camera Aug. 22: Two teenage boys walking on Highland Hills Drive reported that a man followed and photographed them. Hacked Aug. 23: A […]

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A dose of Dan: Summer road trip, Clark Griswold-style

Most fathers will admit to having a little Clark Griswold in them. Clark Griswold is the goofy yet doting father portrayed by Chevy Chase in National Lampoon’s Vacation movies. Griswold always planned vacations with the right intentions for his family to enjoy memorable experiences, but of course, life keeps getting in the way of Griswold’s plans. We […]

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Billingsley’s Bullets: Life is confusing before 9 a.m.

A few months ago I arrived at work with half of my face shaved and wearing light brown socks to match my black pants. One of my co-workers asked me if I was OK after observing my face and clothes. It’s true that I am not a morning person. I once bloodied my nose while […]

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Renaissance Tudor Fayre takes over the lake

Archers, musicians, wenches and other characters will turn Cameron Park Lake into an English village on Sept. 7 & 8. Village Life photo by Krysten Kellum

Thomas Sudbury has a problem. He owes the crown 26 pounds and King Henry VII and his entourage are coming through Folkestone to escape the plague. Will the monk escape the king’s men or will he end up in the stocks? This adventure and much more will entertain the crowds expected at the Renaissance Tudor Fayre […]

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Fall season begins with new activities

Youth and Adult Sports FUNdamental volleyball Beginners and intermediate players in fourth through eighth grade will enjoy top-flight instruction from Gold Cal Volleyball Club Director Melanie DeMuir and other Gold Cal Volleyball coaches. Sessions run from 4:30 to 6 p.m. on Fridays Sept. 6-27 (120310-09 code) and Oct. 4-25 (120310-10) at the Community Center gym. Cost is […]

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