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Sons of Italy cookbook is mouth-watering

Cherished family recipes, helpful hints for cooking and presentation and the satisfaction of contributing to scholarships, the Canine Division of the El Dorado County Sheriff Office, and several foundations for medical research is what purchasers of the new Sons of Italy Cookbook receive. Not all the recipes in the cookbook are Italian, but all are […]

Comments Off / August 07, 2013 | Posted in News | Read More »

Don’t move firewood

CAMINO — Cal Fire and the California Firewood Task Force are asking for the public’s help in preventing the devastating effects of non-native forest pests and diseases on our trees. The “Buy It Where You Burn It” campaign is reminding everyone to cut or buy firewood locally and use it locally. Additionally, if you plan on camping and traveling […]

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Ready for a swingin’ Saturday?

Village Life photo by Shelly Thorene

The El Dorado Hills Chamber of Commerce and El Dorado Hills Community Services District will co-host the popular Saturday Night in the Park from 5 to 9 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 24. The event showcases local businesses and organizations in a fun setting and typically draws 4,000 to 5,000 residents. It promises to deliver the best […]

Comments Off / August 06, 2013 | Posted in Featured Stories,News | Read More »

Local Scouts tour the East Coast treasures

Scouts look on at the changing of the guard at the Tomb of  the Unknown Soldier in Arlington National Cemetery. Courtesy photo

By Will Leszinske Boy Scouts from El Dorado Hills recently toured the East coast before the National Jamboree at the Summit Bechtel Reserve. The four-day tour, started at 4 a.m., when we arrived at the Sacramento International Airport. From there we headed to Philadelphia. As a troop, we saw a lot of cool things in […]

Comments Off / August 05, 2013 | Posted in Featured Stories,News | Read More »

Nutting, Pierson conflicts continue

El Dorado County District 2 Supervisor Ray Nutting may have more conflicts of interest to explain, according to District Attorney Vern Pierson. “Last week our office discovered that District 2 Supervisor Nutting applied to be certified for Public Housing (Section 8), Housing and Urban Development as a landlord for property he owns in El Dorado […]

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Jeff Warshaw leaves Marina, search for new principal on

The 800 students and staff at Marina Village Middle School call themselves ohana, the Hawaiian word for family. But the Mustangs family has lost its leader; principal Jeff Warshaw announced July 15 he’d be leaving his post after six years to return to his native Southern California. Warshaw started his new job as principal in […]

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Folsom Lake College fall classes start late August

Folsom Lake College’s fall 2013 semester starts Aug. 24. While students have already begun registering and some classes are now full, there are available classes. Here are a few of the classes still open for registration: General Education offerings — These classes in areas such as communication studies, history and English writing are critical for […]

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