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Ethos girls win Boofest

Boofest winners, left to right: Coach Mark Bickham with players Ally Boldt, Allison Isham, Nicole Masich, Tiana Oliver, Serena Rutz, Natalie Graybill, Abigail Kuznetzow, Visha Arun, Mia Thompson, Taylor Gabaldon and Lucy Sundstrom. Courtesy photo

Ethos Saints U11 girls blue team took first place at the recent Sac United Boofest. Ethos is only in its second year as a club and this competitive girls team is a first-year team that came together and won one the largest and (most fun) tournament of the year. The Ethos Saints u11 boys white team took second place at […]

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Tennis: Lady Trojans fall short in section finale

LOOMIS — Wednesday’s tense match between visiting Oak Ridge and Del Oro to determine Division I Sac-Joaquin Section tennis title came down to doubles play — the Lady Trojans and Golden Eagles both seeking their second banner. With three matches left, the team that won 2-of-3 took the prize. Del Oro’s victories at No. 1 […]

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EDH Crime Watch: Nov. 7-13

The following information was taken from El Dorado County sheriff’s reports: Stolen Nov. 7: Someone took items from a Valley View Parkway garage. Open door Nov. 7: A theft from an unlocked vehicle was reported on Frascati Drive. Vandals strike Nov. 8: Vandalism was reported at a bank-owned home on Normaton Drive. Taken Nov. 9: […]

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Have you started taking your RMDs?

John Zezini

Throughout your career, you have been working hard to save in one or more retirement accounts. Then, once you retire, you’ll have some new decisions to make. But one choice has already been made for you: the age at which you must start taking withdrawals, or “distributions.” It’s a good idea to familiarize yourself with […]

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Local artist creates Midwest monument

El Dorado Hills resident and artist Tim Conway completed this Kansas mural in two weeks. Courtesy photo

ELLINWOOD, KAN. — El Dorado Hills school teacher and artist Tim Conway made a major mark in a Midwest town, creating a monumental mural dedicated to the history of Ellinwood and the Santa Fe Trail The mural is more that 30 feet tall and 50 feet wide. It graces the wall of the historic 1887 […]

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Scout builds outdoor classroom for Golden Hills School

Jonathan (shown here with sister Jennifer) worked for much of the summer building an outdoor classroom for Golden Hills School as his Eagle Scout project. Jennifer is a current Golden Hills eighth-grader and, during a recent assembly, presented her brother with a plaque that will be permanently displayed at the classroom. Courtesy photo

Golden Hills students a staff recently recognized an alum who never forgot his years at the El Dorado Hills school. Jonathan Heideman of Boy Scout Troop 193 recently built an outdoor classroom there for his Eagle Scout project The Jesuit high school sophomore attended Golden Hills School from kindergarten through eighth grade and described the three […]

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Ask a care manager: Leaving a skilled nursing facility

Do I have to stay in a nursing home? I broke my hip several weeks ago and was sent to a skilled nursing facility for rehabilitation. I have been receiving physical therapy and occupational therapy several times a week and am improving. My family is worried if I go home, I may fall and break […]

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