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Mike Roberts

McClintock in EDH: ‘We’re doing what doesn’t work’

Congressman Tom McClintock sang along with a tea-fueled choir last Wednesday night at a packed town hall meeting in El Dorado Hills, riffing off audience comments and working free market, anti-regulation and pro-competition themes into every verse. Those who’ve followed McClintock’s career know that his themes haven’t changed much. They predate the current Tea Party […]

Sheriff asks residents to be the community’s eyes and ears

It’s like he never stopped campaigning. With a loud voice and a clear message, recently elected Sheriff John D’Agostini, who outlasted a field of seven strong candidates in a grueling 2010 campaign filled with both accusations and promises to reform a department with acknowledged “culture” problems, reaffirmed his priorities with his west county constituency at […]

People Talk – How’s the quality of life in Cameron Park?

Barbara Menefee, Cameron Park “€œI love Cameron Park. It’€™s quiet and the schools are good. The police and fire services are great.”€ Cori Mensing, Shingle Springs “€œI enjoy the personal aspect of this community. Working here at the salon I’€™ve met all sorts of people, and lots of local business owners. Everyone’€™s really nice, and […]

Widower reads a special message in Cameron Park Life

This is a love story, a fervent rapture between Cameron Park wife and mother Alexandra “Pietra” Duffy and her husband Shawn, who received an unexpected Valentine from his wife in last month’s Cameron Park Life. Despite regular exercise, a good diet and a healthy lifestyle, Pietra was diagnosed with a rare and aggressive lung cancer in […]

People Talk: How do you think recent Middle East turmoil will affect us locally?

Chris Dravetsky, El Dorado Hills “€œIt leaves me wondering if it could happen here. We’ve already got the Tea Party and the unions fighting in Wisconsin. We need two parties, but I wish they could work together in the middle ground.”€ Dan Adams, El Dorado Hills “It wouldn’€™t have happened a year ago. The whole […]

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RecycleBank coming soon

Recyclebank is coming to El Dorado Hills. The program offers residents incentives to do what they already do, separate their recyclables, preserve the landfills and do their part for the environment. A kickoff party will be held  on Saturday, Feb. 26, in the Nugget Market parking lot in El Dorado Hills at 10 a.m. Beginning Feb. 28 […]

EDH fire captains fight disciplinary actions, counter with lawsuit

Two El Dorado Fire captains placed on paid administrative leave for alleged, undisclosed actions against a pregnant firefighter await the outcome of arbitration regarding the fire district’s disciplinary actions, and a federal lawsuit the men filed last year. Dave Merino and Steve Maranville, pulled off duty 22 months ago, claim the El Dorado Hills Fire […]

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