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People Talk: In the immortal shout of Alice Cooper, “School’s out!” Got any plans for the summer?

Beth McBath, Cameron Park "I'€™ll spend most of it worrying about replacing Shirley. Ha Ha. I'm flying to New England and taking a cruise up the Canadian coast with my mom and sister."

Asked at Oak Ridge High School by Mike Roberts Shirley Jensen, El Dorado Hills “I’€™ve retired after 27 years at Oak Ridge. Back then the biggest problem we had was cows getting onto the football field. After today Beth here will have my job. I’m heading to South Dakota to visit my oldest son. I’€™ll […]

No Comment / June 03, 2011 | Posted in Featured Stories,News | Read More »

Wine at Town Center rescheduled

The Rotary Clubs of Cameron Park and El Dorado Hills have postponed their Wine at Town Center event, selecting June 25 as the new date. A cloudy and rainy forecast for June 4 is the reason behind the change. Those who purchased tickets for the June 4 event in El Dorado Hills Town Center will […]

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Marshall Medical Center congratulates 2011 Health Scholarship recipients

FUTURES IN HEALTH CARE — Kadra Behizad, right, and Navneet Kahlon received scholarships from Marshall Medical Center. Courtesly photo

Marshall’s strong community commitment includes an annual scholarship program, awarding a total of $5,000 to graduating seniors at the Western Slope’s five area high schools. Marshall is very pleased to present these scholarships every year; this year’s applicants were extremely impressive, demonstrating serious commitment to their education and to the community at large. The competition […]

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Folsom police, chamber encourage businesses to watch out for scammers

On Tuesday May 30, the Togos restaurant on East Bidwell Street received a telephone call. It was their coporate office on the line wanting to know if they had a new employee or a malfunctioning register. Apparently a customer had been to the store a couple of days prior and purchased $17 in food, but […]

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New law requires carbon monoxide detectors in homes

SACRAMENTO — Starting July 1 new legislation will go into effect requiring homeowners to install carbon monoxide detectors in every California home; a move Cal Fire officials say will save lives. “Carbon monoxide is a silent killer, each year claiming the lives of an average of 480 people,” said acting State Fire Marshal Tonya Hoover. […]

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Colver trial: Angels, demons and Witt’s multiple personalities

STEVEN COLVER looks to Tylar Witt, already seated at the witness stand, as he enters the courtroom Thursday morning. Village Life photo by Krysten Kellum

Confessed killer Tylar Marie Witt apparently wasn’t the only one who needed the adoration of her former boyfriend Steven “Boston” Colver, as the 16-year-old testified Wednesday that supernatural beings living inside of her would have died if she lost her lover. Colver, 21, is charged with the 2009 first-degree murder of Witt’s mother, Joanne. Last […]

No Comment / June 02, 2011 | Posted in Feature Photos,News | Read More »

Witt admits lying for plea deal

TYLAR WITT  gets ready to testify Thursday morning in the murder trial of her former boyfriend Steven Colver. Village Life photo by Krysten Kellum

Steven “Boston” Colver’s defense attorney Dain Weiner grilled Tylar Witt during cross-examination Thursday morning. Facetiously referring to her testimony last Sept. 9 as the “time when she was supposed to tell the truth,” Weiner repeatedly asked her if she were telling the truth now. He was trying to ascertain that her testimony regarding her former […]

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