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Run on a piece of history

Why not burn some calories while taking in some local history too? Run, jog or walk down the Historic Lincoln Highway for the Clarksville Region Historical Society’s first annual 8K run Oct. 1. Participants may park at EDH Natural Farms, where the race begins and ends, located at 1941 Old Bass Lake Road in El […]

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Crime Watch: Sept. 2-7

The following information was taken from El Dorado County sheriff’s reports: Sept. 2 10:54 a.m. Two vehicle burglaries were reported on Olson Lane. Sept. 3 2:23 p.m. Deputies arrested a 46-year-old woman and two men, ages 47 and 42, on suspicion of drug-related offenses on Salmon Falls Road. Sept. 5 2:40 p.m. Someone damages a […]

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Interim EDHCSD GM named

The El Dorado Hills Community Services District Board of Directors has appointed Kevin Loewen as interim general manager. Loewen was previously the EDHCSD director of Parks & Planning. “Kevin knows the board, CSD organization … initiatives and stakeholders well and has earned our respect and support,” said Board President Terry Crumpley. “Along with the highly […]

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Four arrested after home invasions

El Dorado County sheriff’s deputies arrested four men suspected in two home invasion robberies and at least one attempted home invasion in El Dorado Hills Sunday. On Sept. 11 the El Dorado County Sheriff’s Dispatch Center received reports of incidents on Northam Place, Lago Vista Drive and Ventura Court, all occurring within a 40-minute time span in the different El […]

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County students make the grade

Recently released test scores for California students showed El Dorado County students doing better overall than the statewide average. On a statewide basis 49 percent of students met or exceeded the English language arts/literacy standard, according to a California Department of Education information released Aug. 24. This was an increase of 4 percentage points over last year. In El Dorado […]

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Brent Dennis says good-bye

El Dorado Hills Community Services District General Manager Brent Dennis is wrapping up his duties this week and saying goodbye to the community he’s served for four years before beginning his job as director of Community Services for the city of Anaheim next week. Thursday’s regular EDHCSD Board of Directors meeting will be Dennis’ last […]

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Gardner’s Gardner a gorgeous, unforgettable roadster

By Mitchell and Larry Weitzman Everyone has dreams. For Barney Gardner of El Dorado Hills, it was to restore and show a car bearing his name at the most prestigious car exhibit in North America, The Pebble Beach Concours D’elegance. A car guy through and through since he “was 3,” Gardner and his wife Sara […]

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