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EDH Crime Watch: Dec. 5-10

The following information was taken from El Dorado County sheriff’s reports: Triple trouble Dec. 5: Deputies arrested a 26-year-old man on Monte Verde Drive on suspicion of driving with a suspended license and possession of drug paraphernalia. The suspect also had an outstanding warrant. Converter theft Dec. 5: Someone stole a vehicle’s catalytic converter on […]

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Lady Trojans claim Shoot-Out title

Lady Trojan Jenn Hoffman gets ready to drive in the ball during Saturday's Shootout. Village Life photo by Pat Dollins

Hoffman named MVP A 12-2 spurt to close the third quarter and a solid defensive effort in the fourth carried Oak Ridge past Nevada Union 57-44 for the Shoot-Out title Saturday afternoon. The Lady Trojans broke from a 32-all tie to lead 44-34 and extended over the final eight minutes in what had been a […]

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Billingsley’s Bullets: Intentions can change your life

In his book “Real Magic,” Dr. Wayne W. Dyer states, “The secret to changing your life is your intentions. Wishing, hoping and goal setting cannot accomplish change without intention.” Intention is not wishful thinking; it has purpose and goals in mind. • Before you make important decisions, it pays to carefully examine your intentions. Big […]

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How old do I have to be for someone to tell me what to do?

Why is it that adult children feel the need to “boss around” their older parents? What is going on that gives them the right and privilege to “take over?” At what point does an older adult give up the rights of self-determination and roll over to the requests and demands of their adult children? These […]

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Allstate agent honored

Allstate agency owner Maryeth Loriaux received three Agency Hands in the Community Awards for her commitment to helping others. With these awards came $1,000 grants from The Allstate Foundation for CASA El Dorado, El Dorado Hills Community Vision and Run For Courage Inc. Allstate agents and employees have a proud history of putting their good […]

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Vacation dreams become a nightmare in ‘Little River’

Imagine being on the white sand beaches of Jamaica with the gentle ocean surf in front of you and  warm sea breezes surrounding you. It’s one of my favorite day dreams but if you add a ruthless, hard-core criminal who kidnapped your college-age daughter and he is planning to sell her to the highest bidder […]

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‘The Nutcracker’ will enchant

"The Nutcracker" returns to Folsom Dec. 26-29. Courtesy photo

“The Nutcracker” brings people together to enjoy the holidays, especially in the upcoming staging by the esteemed Moscow Classical Ballet. The company will perform Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky’s timeless tale of family and the magic of Christmas at the Harris Center for the Arts Dec. 26-29. The stor follows Masha (Clara) who’s given a nutcracker (a prince) for Christmas […]

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