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Tennis for Tots

El Dorado County Recorder-Clerk Bill Schultz held the third annual Santa’s Elf’s Tennis Night at Millennium Sports Club in Shingle Springs on Dec. 10. Despite a little snow on the courts, nearly 30 participants played for three hours and filled two U.S. Marine Corps Toys for Tots boxes to the top (and them some.) “Great […]

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Folsom man takes corrections job

Kelly Harrington, 49, of Folsom, has been appointed deputy director of facility operations at the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, where he has been acting deputy director of facility operations since 2013 and served as associate director of high security and transitional housing from 2010 to 2013. Harrington held multiple positions at Kern Valley […]

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Scout revitalizes Marina dirt patch

Marina Village Middle School teachers and students came back from Thanksgiving break to find an area of their school had been beautified, thanks to Eagle Scout candidate Owen Lundell. Owen and his work crew installed a planter, top soil, a variety of drought tolerant plants and a new drip system, turning a patch of weeds […]

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Littles enjoy holiday shopping spree

After pulling his Max Steele Turbo Sword out of the shopping bag, 7-year-old Izrael’s eyes lit up and he smiled — a big smile. “It’s a toy sword and you sword fight with it,” he explained. Izrall was one of 150 kids in El Dorado County’s Big Brothers Big Sisters and Court Appointed Special Advocates […]

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Rolling Hills Middle School takes on Hour of Code

Rolling Hills Middle School students joined school children globally Friday as they participated in the Hour of Code, a challenge to get 10 million children worldwide to spend one hour learning about computer science. Getting 1,025 students logged on to the same site at the same time to learn computer code was the biggest obstacle, […]

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‘Barber Jon’ hurt in head-on wreck

A head-on collision left one man dead in El Dorado Hills on Dec. 7. Gerald Clifton, 68, was driving a 2010 Buick Lucerne northbound on El Dorado Hills Boulevard north of Crown Drive at 7:20 a.m. when, for an unknown reason, he drifted over the double yellow lines into the southbound lane, a California Highway […]

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Youth celebrated for giving back

El Dorado Hills Community Vision Coalition board members handed out Youth Star Awards Friday, celebrating students who’ve achieved success in the classroom and in the community. On the Lakehills Covenant Church stage, 35 were given to young people who serve as shining examples — helping the homeless, mentoring youth, volunteering at community events and much […]

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