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Oak Ridge outlasts Eagles 61-54 in overtime

By Jackson Long After a smooth dispatch of Del Campo in the opening round of the Trojan Toss Up Tournament, the Oak Ridge girls basketball squad faced a worthy opponent in the El Camino Eagles in the second round Thursday evening. Oak Ridge survived to pull out a thrilling 61-54 overtime victory to advance to […]

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Lady Trojans gain control of Toss Up opener

By Jackson Long If you keep control of the basketball you can most likely put it in the hoop. That’s where the Cougars of Del Campo and host Oak Ridge parted ways in Wednesday’s opening round of the Trojan Toss Up Tournament Wednesday night. In handling the ball better than its guests, Oak Ridge emerged […]

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EDH Chamber helps businesses follow the law

California employers must post all 17 required state and federal employment notices. The El Dorado Hills Chamber has businesses covered with the required set of materials that includes the new NLRA poster. Whether they have one employee or 1,000, California businesses are required to post employment notices in a central location and provide certain pamphlets. The poster also must include information […]

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House of Mirror Reflections at the de Young

Technology provides a new medium for creativity throughout January in the de Young’s Kimball Education Gallery. The de Young’s Artist-in-Residence Program presents Dana Zed: House of Mirror Reflections, as January’s Artist-in-Residence on Jan. 4–29. Zed invites visitors to participate in portrait drawing using studio iPads or their own digital media device. Visitors can print their […]

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SWR begins 2012 with new classes

Start the New Year with the wonderful experience of learning more about the lives of all of your wild neighbors, including rabbits, squirrels, fawns, skunks, foxes, coyotes, raccoons, opossums, hawks, owls, ravens and crows, waterfowl, and numerous species of songbirds.  Or learn to rehab orphaned or injured wild animals to return them to the wild. […]

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Can your ashes

CAMINO — “Recently there have been several fires caused by people improperly disposing of their fireplace/woodstove ashes. The last one burned about one-quarter acre and burned a neighboring property. This type of fire is completely avoidable” cautions Unit Chief Kelly Keenan of the Amador-El Dorado Unit of Cal Fire. “If you properly dispose of the […]

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CASA Boca Jrs 95 take first

Sacramento’s Boca Jrs 95 girls soccer team placed first in the Davis Legacy Winter College Showcase earlier this month. The team is comprised of girls from  Sacramento, El Dorado and Placer counties and has been climbing in ranks this season. The girls are currently 10th of 122 U16 teams listed in Northern California on the […]

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