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Your Facebook life: Less is more

“Less is best” when it comes to privacy and sharing information on Facebook. According to Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project, the fastest growth among social networking users has come from those who are 74 and older. If you’re among that group and you’ve started using Facebook to keep in touch with family […]

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EDH Crime Watch Feb. 13-19

The following information was taken from El Dorado County sheriff’s reports: Searched and seized Feb. 13: Deputies conducted a parolee-at-large search at an Olson Lane residence and arrested a 20-year-old woman and a 38-year-old man. Too much Feb. 14: Deputies arrested a 57-year-old man on suspicion of public intoxication on Valley View Parkway. Dissing the […]

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Cameron Park Crime Watch: February 2014

The following information was taken from El Dorado County sheriff’s reports: Car break-ins begin Feb. 1: A woman reported items stolen from her vehicle parked on Green Valley Road. He’s watching Feb. 2: Someone vandalized a Hacienda Road church. Vandals strike Feb. 2: A woman reported her vehicle vandalized on Gailey Circle. Stolen Feb. 3: […]

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Respectful workplace — an El Dorado County oxymoron?

EDITOR: The citizens of El Dorado County have been treated to a barrage of articles over the last year about bullying in the workplace in El Dorado County. We have had 11 HR directors in the last 10 years. And now the Board of Supervisors wants to spend $140,000 to employ a consultant to develop […]

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Oak Ridge girls perfect in league

SHINGLE SPRINGS — Oak Ridge’s 16-1 run to open the second half, led by nine consecutive points from Ali Bettencourt, decided Tuesday’s intra-county matchup with host Ponderosa. The burst opened a big lead and carried the Lady Trojans to the 76-40 victory. The win closed the Delta River League schedule, giving Troy a perfect 10-0 […]

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Marshall opens EDH pediatric office with integrative focus

Nicole Shorrock, MD

Marshall Medical Center has expanded pediatric care offerings to El Dorado Hills recently with the addition of Marshall Whole Child Health. Nicole Shorrock MD has been providing pediatric care with an integrative/functional medicine focus at Marshall Pediatrics in Placerville for 10 years. Her new practice in El Dorado Hills more distinctly aligns with her focus […]

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Andrea Howard receives master’s degree

Andrea Howard recently graduated with honors and received her Master of Science Degree in Urban Land Development at California State University, Sacramento. For the past two years she has worked full time at Parker Development Company while attending classes and serving on several professional, charitable and citizen’s advisory committees in El Dorado County. She was […]

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