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EDH Crime Watch: Feb. 7-12

The following information was taken from El Dorado County sheriff’s reports: Smash and grab Feb. 7: A Thief busted out a vehicle’s window on Gillett Drive and stole  purse. Gate crasher Feb. 8: Vandals damages a security gate on Powers Drive. Getaway car Feb. 9: Burglars broke into a Walton Place resident, stole several items […]

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Lady Trojans repeat as DRL champs

Ali Bettencourt buried four, first-half three-pointers — three early in the game — and Saraya Smith scored all 10 of her points in the second quarter as host Oak Ridge clinched the Delta River League title with Tuesday’s ‘Pink Zone’ 68-50 victory over St. Francis. Just two teams, Sheldon (tonight) and Ponderosa, stand in the […]

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How to save water

When the El Dorado Irrigation District asked its customers to reduce water use 30 percent many customers thought EID would be checking their meters and making a list of who’s naughty and nice. Put your mind at ease. That ain’t going to happen. No. 1, they only have enough staff to read them every other […]

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Billingsley’s Bullets: Know when to shut up

In a relationship, the timing of what you say may be at least as important as what you say. For example, right after your spouse drops and breaks her/his favorite coffee cup is not a good time to say, “You need to be more careful in the morning,” or “You have too many cups anyway. […]

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Purl & Lessack’s From Manhattan to Paris spans the Atlantic

Linda Purl performs sultry hits with Lee Lessack at Harris Center for the Arts. Courtesy photo

FOLSOM — Broadway/TV star Linda Purl and the award winning Lee Lessack return to Harris Center in a cabaret show that spans the Atlantic, bridging romance from two of the world’s most cosmopolitan cities — New York and Paris. Built on “Chanteur,” Lessack’s tribute to the Great French Songbook, and Purl’s “Midnight Caravan,” a salute […]

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LAFCO has open seat

The El Dorado Local Agency Formation Commission is considering the appointment for the Public Member on LAFCO, who will serve a new four-year term, May 2014 through May 2018. The Public Member represents the interests of the citizens and residents of El Dorado County. Applicants must be a resident and a registered voter in El Dorado County […]

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Food Bank seeks early riser volunteers

CAMERON PARK — The Food Bank of El Dorado County is in need of special volunteers for the early morning Food Rescue Route one day a week from 6a.m. to 11 a.m.  If you are an early riser and can lift 40 pounds contact Christina at (530) 621-9950 or by e-mail at volunteer@foodbankedc.org. The Food Bank […]

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