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EID looks at solar/hydro power boosts

The need to invest in more energy generating projects was on the May 23 El Dorado Irrigation District Board of Directors’ meeting agenda. At previous meetings board members, in particular Directors Dale Coco and George Osborne, expressed concern that energy costs could double by 2020 due to the state’s goal of promoting renewable energy sources. The district spends 10 percent […]

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EDH Crime Watch: May 20-25

The following information was taken from El Dorado County sheriff’s reports: May 20 10:40 a.m. A vehicle burglary was reported on Hazelnut Circle. 3:31 p.m. A 16-year-old boy reportedly assaulted a bus driver on Harvard Way. 11:45 p.m. Deputies arrested a 17-year-old boy on suspicion of public intoxication on Amer Way. May 22 8:22 p.m. […]

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Root advances to state discus finals

ELK GROVE — Oak Ridge discus thrower Jack Root and Ponderosa pole vaulter Seth Wilmoth had ice in their veins Thursday afternoon at Elk Grove High, each qualifying for the California state championships on the last off three attempts in two nerve-racking finals. Root, a senior who will continue his track and field career on […]

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Trojan baseball drops 2, season over

SACRAMENTO — After blinding 10-run victories, sparkling back-to-back no-hitters and a postseason run gleaming with walk-off magic, the light faded on Oak Ridge High’s varsity baseball program Friday afternoon and evening, as Troy dropped two in a row to Elk Grove in the California Interscholastic Federation Sac-Joaquin Section Division I North championship at Sacramento City […]

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Photography from the Ramer Collection comes to Crocker

Sometimes documentary, sometimes metaphorical, a new photography exhibit at the Crocker Art Museum titled, Ourselves through the Lens: Photography from the Ramer Collection tells varied stories that span the poignant to the provocative. On view from June 19 to Oct. 23, the exhibition examines the human impulse to look, and the ways photography directs such visual encounters. By training the […]

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California Stage premieres new play by Leslie Lewinter-Suskind

From acclaimed author of last season’s smash hit “Italian Opera” Leslie Lewinter-Suskind comes something completely different. Running June 17 through July 17, California Stage Theatre Company will premiere her new play, “A Revolutionary Mind” under the direction of Ray Tatar, producing artistic director. “A Revolutionary Mind” follows rabid activist turned housewife Susan down the rabbit hole when her daughter, […]

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Discover intriguing clues about the city’s past at CSI: Old Sacramento

In partnership with Cosumnes River Archaeological Working Laboratory the Sacramento History Museum is pleased to present a special evening event, CSI: Old Sacramento on Wednesday, June 1, from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Event participants will have the unique opportunity to see and learn about artifacts excavated from the Hall, Luhrs & Company building’s underground site three decades […]

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