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People Talk: Should the U.S send military assistance to pro-democracy dissidents in the current Middle East turmoil?

Greg Martin, Rescue "We have enough problems. Let'€™s focus on us rather than them."

Greg Martin, Rescue “We have enough problems. Let’€™s focus on us rather than them.” Matthew Henderson, Pollock Pines “Yes, to an extent. Mostly just to give them the opportunity to set things up right, and prevent another tyrant from taking over. We need to give them a chance.”€ Teri Richards, El Dorado Hills “We’™re already […]

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Willow Hill nature park open in Folsom

Photos by Roberta Long  CAST YOUR LINE from the pier at Willow Creek Reservoir Community Park. Don't forget your fishing license. Folsom High School is across the water.

Willow Hill Reservoir Community Park is unlike any other park in Folsom. The 28-acre property used to be owned by Folsom Cordova Unified School District. Cross country runners from Folsom High School used the trail in the unimproved area around Willow Hill Reservoir, behind the school, to build endurance. The park is now owned by […]

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Town Hall tackles topic of teen drinking

El Dorado Hills Community Vision Coalition is collaborating with local schools, youth serving organizations and public agencies to address the topic of underage drinking. Youth will take a lead role as participants in a Town Hall Meeting on Underage Drinking on Thursday, April 7, at the Oak Ridge High School cafeteria, 1011 Harvard Way, from […]

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Wenig says farewell

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“What are you learning today?” Buckeye Union School District Superintendent Terry Wenig said she will miss asking this question most after she retires this June. Twice a week Wenig visits the classrooms of the 5,200 students that make up Buckeye’s five elementary, two middle and two charter schools — a highlight of her job. Born […]

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Seniors live it up on Fat Tuesday

SURROUNDED BY BEAUTY — Senior Support Council Members Yvonne Griffin, Joe Wilson and Evelyn Weick, left to right, enjoy the Fat Tuesday celebration at the El Dorado Hills Senior Center. Photo by Janet Kenneweg

The El Dorado Hills Senior Center hosted a Mardi Gras celebration March 8 and seniors really went wild … with their costumes, that is.

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Oak Ridge students encourage you to Walk for Mito Kids

WALKERS UNITE for the Walk for Mito Kids held last year in El Dorado Hills. This year's event will take place at Town Center on April 2. Courtesy photo

By Alex Bennett Oak Ridge High School and the surrounding community will support the Help Mito Kids Foundation, a non-profit which aids families dealing with mitochondrial disease as well as researches for a possible cure, at the Walk for Mito Kids — a 5k run/walk on Saturday, April 2, in El Dorado Hills Town Center. […]

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Girl Scouts hosting donation drive, celebrating World Thinking Day

This Friday, March 11, Girl Scouts in and around El Dorado Hills will celebrate World Thinking Day. The event will be held at the Lake Forest Elementary School gym, 2240 Sailsbury Drive in El Dorado Hills, from 5:30 to 8 p.m. There will be nearly 250 attendees, including more than 170 Girl Scouts celebrating and […]

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