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Serrano golf tournament raises funds, patriotism

It wasn’t the Fourth of July, yet red, white and blue clothing and patriotism were out in full force at Serrano Country Club last Monday where more than $20,000 was raised at an all-day golf tournament benefiting the Armed Forces Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to supporting and advocating for military members and their families. “It […]

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EDH firefighters honor their own

The sound of bagpipes replaced the usual sirens coming from Station 85 last Wednesday as staff gathered for the second annual El Dorado Hills Fire Department Awards Ceremony. The event honored El Dorado Hills firefighters, volunteers and residents and capped off the department’s 50th anniversary celebration. A 50th anniversary time capsule was buried near the station’s […]

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King Fire nearly contained, thousands of personnel sent home

Recent rains helped slow the King Fire’s growth, allowing firefighters to get a better handle on the blaze that as of Monday morning has burned 97,099 acres, 12 homes and 68 other structures. Fire officials have changed some mandatory evacuation orders to voluntary and more than 3,000 firefighters have been sent home; nearly 4,224 firefighters remain […]

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Fire Board candidate Bryan Elkins is done sitting on the sidelines

Bryan Elkins knows how to work hard and get results. The 1988 Mr. California hits the home gym every day and on the job as a private investigator, he’s used to digging deep to get answers. Using that work ethic to serve the public only seemed right and so Elkins is running for one of three seats […]

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Fire Board candidate Doug Hus wants to do the right thing

El Dorado Hills Fire Board candidate Doug Hus is comfortable in everything from overalls to a suit and tie. But no matter what dress code the job requires, his goal is to do what’s best for the community and that’s why he said he’s running for one of three available seats. “It just feels like […]

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EDH Crime Watch: Sept. 18-24

The following information was taken from El Dorado County sheriff’s reports: Theft Sept. 18: Someone stole items from a possibly unlocked vehicle parked on Kensington Drive. Grab and go Sept. 19: An unidentified woman stole a bottle of alcohol from a Francisco Drive store. Just a couple of things Sept. 20: A thief entered a Francisco Drive […]

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New state EpiPen law has EDH roots

The school EpiPen bill Gov. Jerry Brown signed into law last week may not have happened had an El Dorado Hills woman not first pitched the idea to the senator who authored it. Senate Bill 1266 requires K-12 public schools to stock epinephrine auto-injectors (EpiPens) and train at least one staff member at each campus to […]

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