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Selland’s success: Passion, perspiration … and the food’s pretty good, too

Celebrity chef Randall Selland chats with customer Marie Scanlin of Sacramento in his restaurant Selland's at 5340 H St. in Sacramento. Selland's newest market will open in El Dorado Hills soon. Village Life photo by Shelly Thorene

The latest chapter in the food history of El Dorado Hills is Sacramento Celebrity Chef Randall Selland’s Market-Café, opening in early January. The upscale deli takes over part of the first floor of Town Center’s long underutilized New Orleans Building, and will seat 100 indoors with another 40 outside. Selland also owns and operates the […]

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EDH Crime Watch: Dec. 7-14

The following information was taken from El Dorado County sheriff’s reports: Slate stolen Dec. 7: A Breese Circle resident reported that someone stole a pallet of construction slate from his side yard. Pried open Dec. 8: Thieves used a crowbar to pry open six Olson Lane apartment garages. They then rummaged through the vehicles parked […]

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Master Gardener classes and events

Pruning and Remedial Pruning of Deciduous Fruit Trees Master Gardener Walt Miller will present information on good pruning practices to keep your trees healthy and under control from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, Jan. 7. Proper pruning leads to more fruit production. Hands-on demonstrations using the proper tools will also be a part of […]

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Howell named Folsom’s mayor

Kerri Howell

The Folsom City Council elected Kerri Howell as mayor and Steve Miklos as vice mayor during the Dec. 13 council meeting. They will serve one-year terms effective immediately. “I am looking forward to continuing to serve Folsom in a slightly different capacity and to working toward a healthy and prosperous year in Folsom,” said Howell. […]

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CERT ready for action, new members

The El Dorado County Sheriff’s Office of Emergency Services sponsors Community Emergency Response Teams in our county. CERT is a group of local residents who have volunteered many hours attending training to learn basic skills to save lives and protect property in the aftermath of a major disaster. The El Dorado County CERT program was developed […]

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Couple makes transitions easier

How can a clown inspire a new career? Ask Bob and Roxanne Webster, owners of Caring Transitions in Placerville. The couple recently launched their local business that helps seniors who are moving, downsizing or liquidating their estates … all because of Roxanne’s father, a world-renowned master clown for Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus. Glen […]

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Huber will not seek third term

Alyson Huber

El Dorado Hills Assemblywoman Alyson Huber, 39, placed what previously appeared to be a promising political career on indefinite hold Tuesday, announcing that she will not seek a third term in the Assembly. Facing a self-described “nasty, ugly” divorce, foreclosure of a home in Serrano and the prospect of moving to more politically moderate district […]

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