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Skeel files claim against CSD

John Skeel has begun the process of suing his former employer, the El Dorado Hills Community Services District. On Feb. 26 he filed a tort claim against the district, outlining his claims against several named parties in broad strokes, a procedural prerequisite to a lawsuit that seeks as yet unspecified damages. The claim alleges the […]

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Blue & Gold Auction set for April 21

Professional Auctioneer David Sobon will lead the Blue & Gold auction this year. Courtesy photo

The Oak Ridge High School Sports Boosters club is hosting the 12th Annual Blue and Gold Auction on Saturday, April 21, at Mercedes-Benz of El Dorado Hills in the Town Center. The theme this year is “Sudents-Atheletes-Champions. It All Begins With You.” Great food, music, dancing and plenty of fun will accompany a live and silent […]

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EDH resident named new Cal Fire division chief

Chief Brian Estes

CAMINO — Unit Chief Kelly Keenan of the Amador-El Dorado Unit of Cal Fire recently announced the promotion of Battalion Chief Brian Estes, of El Dorado Hills, as his new assistant chief in charge of Southern Division Operations and Pine Grove Camp. “It was an honor that I had the opportunity to pin newly promoted […]

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Help is available for problem gambling

The Alcohol and Drug Programs (ADP) of the El Dorado County Health and Human Services Agency is reminding residents that help is available for people who may be struggling with gambling issues. March 4-10 is National Problem Gambling Awareness Week. “Gamblers often don’t realize they have a problem,” said Christy White, supervising health education coordinator […]

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ADA resources available to businesses

The El Dorado County Office of Economic Development advises businesses to become educated about resources to help ensure compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is a federal civil rights law that requires accessibility for people with disabilities in private businesses that provide goods and services to the public. […]

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EDH man earns Silver Sombrero

Silver Sombrero recipient Charles Baldwin, left, poses with Chevys Fresh Mex President Brian Wright after Baldwin, an El Dorado Hills resident, and five others were honored for their commitment to the community. Courtesy photo

Chevys Fresh Mex hosted Sacramento business and community leaders at its Riverfront location Feb. 29 to honor six outstanding community members with “Silver Sombrero” awards. El Dorado Hills resident Charles Baldwin was among the recipients. As CEO and president of Sac Area Sports, Baldwin leads the non-profit sports program he founded more than 15 years […]

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Two inmates suspected of murder

Two suspects have been identified and removed from the general population at Folsom State Prison following a homicide that occurred Feb. 25 in a medium-security unit. Inmate Richard Allen Leonard died after being assaulted with a slashing-type weapon. Responding staff began life-saving procedures before he was pronounced dead at 8:01 a.m. Saturday in Folsom State […]

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