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El Dorado Hills chiropractor expands holistic practice

After four years of practice in El Dorado Hills, and 3,000 patients, Douglas Murray, DC, and his wife and business partner Myrnalyn are more enthusiastic than ever about the success of their approach. Last March they moved from their 1,200-square-foot office in the El Dorado Hills Business Park to their new 2,800-square-foot location at 1106 […]

December 18, 2013 | Posted in Business | Tagged ,

Folsom man takes commission seat, aims to reduce mental illness stigma

Earlier this summer Gov. Jerry Brown announced the appointment of Folsom resident John Boyd to a three-year term on the California Mental Health Services Oversight and Accountability Commission. The 16-member commission oversees services provided under the Mental Health Services Act. The act was created when voters approved Proposition 63 in November 2004. The Mental Health […]

July 24, 2013 | Posted in Featured Stories | Tagged ,

MarketPlace Veterinary Hospital provides total care

A  healthy, happy pet adds enjoyment to any family or individual. In addition to the usual maladies pets are subject to, animals in the foothills can be exposed to rattlesnakes, ticks, heat stroke and diseases such as West Nile virus and Lyme disease. The veterinary staff at MarketPlace Veterinary Hospital is dedicated to maintaining healthy pets […]

July 24, 2013 | Posted in Business | Tagged ,

Highway 50 fire singes EDH neighborhood

Firefighters attacked a fast-spreading grass fire south of Highway 50 at the Folsom-El Dorado County line  Friday afternoon, knocking down the flames that scorched 163 acres in a matter of hours. Friday was another in a series of hot, dry days with light E-NE winds. The temperature was 95 degrees when the fire was reported […]

July 24, 2013 | Posted in Feature Photos | Tagged ,

Archer’s Butcher Block cuts meat the old-fashioned way

Archer’s Butcher Block developed a loyal clientele before the store opened at 5425 Mother Lode Drive three years ago. Gary Grover is a custom meat cutter, a butcher of the old-fashioned type. It’s a trade that is not taught much these days, but Grover learned from his wife’s father, Max Archer, who was a third-generation […]

June 26, 2013 | Posted in Business | Tagged ,

Best Massage: Massage Envy

Laurie Vaqueiro remembers the day she decided she decided to open a Massage Envy spa — March 15, 2006. She had traveled to east Roseville for her third Massage Envy appointment.  “I loved the concept of affordable, convenient massages, and the Wellness program,” she said. Laurie and husband Danny learned that franchises were available. They […]

April 24, 2013 | Posted in Best of 2012 | Tagged ,

Best Bakery, Fruit/Produce, Grocery Store and Health Food Store: Nugget Market

When Nugget Market opened in El Dorado Hills in 2008, it set a new standard for food display. “All the décor is done in-house by associate design teams,” said store manager Craig Brady. And just as important as the display is the quality. Nugget partners with Nor-Cal Produce to bring the freshest and most varied […]

April 24, 2013 | Posted in Best of 2012 | Tagged ,
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