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Billingsley’s Bullets: Why not experience ageless joy?

I have been speaking to local organizations and Senior Centers about “How to Create Ageless Joy.” The next two or three Billingsley Bullets will offer ageless joy suggestions. • Ageless joy starts early in the morning. When you wake up, set aside some quiet time for meditation or prayer before your first cup of coffee. […]

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Oak Ridge digs its sweep of Bruins

SHINGLE SPRINGS — Oak Ridge High’s third straight Delta River League victory was the opposite for Ponderosa after the two intra-county rivals clashed in Shingle Springs Wednesday evening. The annual ‘Dig Pink’ match saw the Bruins’ gym adorned with pink streamers, balloons and posters. In front of a sizable pink-clad Loud Crowd, the Lady Trojans […]

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Trojan, Bruin runners have strong races

SACRAMENTO — Oak Ridge and Ponderosa boys and girls cross-country teams performed strong at the Delta River League meet at Granite Regional Park Wednesday. The Trojan boys finished in third place with 95 points. League and intra-county rival Ponderosa was fourth with 104 points. Sheldon took first place with 24 points and Jesuit second at […]

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EDH Crime Watch: Oct. 3-9

The following information was taken from El Dorado County sheriff’s reports: Prying eyes Oct. 3: Someone pried open a Summerfield Way mailbox cluster but it’s unclear if any mail was stolen. Taking the tailgate Oct. 3: An Oak Ridge High School teacher reported his truck’s tailgate stolen while the vehicle was parked in a Harvard […]

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Are you on track toward your financial objectives?

John Zezini

It’s been almost two years since turmoil began in the financial markets. And during that time, your own financial picture, along with that of virtually every other investor, has probably changed. Still, you can do a lot to get back on track toward the future you’ve envisioned — and you can start today. What moves […]

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Volleyball: Trojans roll over Sheldon

Oak Ridge's Marissa Eaves, flanked by Elizabeth Cameron (4) and Moira McVicar, left, and Kelly Krigger, far right, puts down a shot in Monday's win. Village Life photo by Shelly Thorene

SHINGLE SPRINGS — Oak Ridge volleyball won its first match at its home-away-from-home Monday, easily defeating an over-matched Sheldon squad in three sets, 25-5, 25-6, 25-15. The victory improved the Lady Trojans to 2-0 in the Delta River League standings with Ponderosa up next on the schedule. Due to the gym remodel at Oak Ridge, […]

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Siegel offers another inside look at piano classics

Jeffrey Siegel mixes music and education during his Keyboard Conversation performances.

Jeffrey Siegel’s unique “concerts with commentary” are a joy for both the piano aficionado and novice alike with exciting explorations of some of the best-loved works in the classical canon. Siegel returns for his second concert of the Harris Center/Three Stages 2013-14 season presenting The Miracle of Mozart on Saturday, Oct. 26. This program includes […]

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