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Psychologist Sabina Grosse has two practices

Dr. Sabina Grosse specializes in crisis and relationship counseling, adult attachment disorders, custody evaluations, psychological assessments, chronic illnesses and eating disorders. Courtesy photo

Dr. Sabina Grosse, Psy.D, opened her private practice in El Dorado Hills in 2007, where she uses what she calls her “soft, intuitive” skills. The other side of her practice is forensic psychology, in which she uses her pragmatic and logical capacity. Forensic psychology is the field that is used in the criminal justice system. […]

No Comment / September 23, 2011 | Posted in Business | Read More »

AVIS is first in El Dorado Hills

NEED TO RENT A CAR? AVIS agency operator is ready to take care of you, with a choice of vehicles at 4630 Post St. in Town Center, across from the post office in El Dorado Hills. Photo by Roberta Long

Sitting in his office on Post Street in Town Center, Avis agency operator Scott Williams says that since he opened in January, customers have been telling him they are thankful to have the convenience of an automobile rental service in El Dorado Hills. Even though this may not be the most favorable time to open […]

No Comment / September 16, 2011 | Posted in Business | Read More »

Bill Delaney describes 9/11 Pentagon attack from inside

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Terrorists attack the Pentagon At 8:20 a.m. on Sept. 11, 2011, air traffic controllers cleared American Airlines Flight 77 for take-off to Los Angeles. At 8:50 a.m. the pilot reported cruising at 34,000 ft. over the Ohio-Kentucky border to an Indianapolis County air traffic controller. After that, the controller lost contact with the plane. No […]

No Comment / September 11, 2011 | Posted in Feature Photos,News | Read More »

‘In the Mood’ evokes a time of hope

GOING BACK TO A SIMPLER TIME —€” "In the Mood" captures the thrill of the 1940s through authentic costumes, music and dance. Catch the show at Three Stages this coming weekend. Courtesy photo

From the saxophone section’s opening line, joined by the trumpet section, followed by the trombones and entire orchestra, the beat of Glenn Miller’s “In the Mood” is as impossible to sit still to today as it was in 1940. That year Glenn Miller was the top dance band leader in the world and “In the […]

No Comment / August 22, 2011 | Posted in Entertainment | Read More »

Montessori Manor prepares children for lifelong learning

IN A CLASSROOM WITH NO DESKS — Montessori Manor children learn using all their senses. Left to right: Anders Dieter, 5, matches geometric forms; Montessori Manor Director "Miss Leslie" Dillon sits with Austin Miller, 5, as he separates the counting sticks into spaces in a tray; Ryan Vasconcellos, 5, and Silje Dieter, 5, learn geography with map puzzles. Photo by Roberta Long

For 20 years “Miss Leslie” Dillon has been providing Montessori education for children ages 2-1/2 to 6 in a quiet corner of El Dorado Hills. Dillon grew up in Menlo Park with a dream to someday become an elementary teacher. She followed her dream to San Diego State University, where she earned a degree in […]

No Comment / August 15, 2011 | Posted in Business Columns,News | Read More »

Bret Lang, Scott Ostrode collaborate to serve real estate clients

TAKING THE MESSAGE TO HEART — Scott Ostrode, left, and Bret Lang, right, share their expertise and work together for their real estate clients. Photo by Roberta Long

There’s an old English proverb popularized by legendary Notre Dame football coach Knute Rockne that says, “When the going gets tough, the tough get going.” Bret Lang and Scott Ostrode epitomize this attitude in their real estate profession. The two Realtors, who work with Keller Williams Realty in Folsom, are not phased by the current […]

No Comment / July 29, 2011 | Posted in Business | Read More »

Three Stages opens full, exciting season

KRIS KRISTOFFERSON will perform at Three Stages.

The first full season of Three Stages at Folsom Lake College builds on the success of the regional performing arts center’s spring productions. The $50 million arts venue opened on Feb. 11, 2011, with “A Chorus Line” and continued with a wide variety of performances that attracted 40,000 patrons shelling out more than than $1 […]

No Comment / July 27, 2011 | Posted in Entertainment | Read More »