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Mattock joins District 1 race

El Dorado Hills native and current El Dorado Hills Community Services District board director Noelle Mattock has launched her campaign for District 1 supervisor. “I grew up in El Dorado Hills and I have seen the changes — good and bad,” states Mattock in a news release. “I am running for county supervisor because I’m tired […]

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Day throws hat in D.1 race

Alan Day has joined the District 1 supervisorial fray. Announcing in a press release late last week, Day states he wants to “fight big money special interests and bureaucratic government that dominate our county.” Day has been in the spotlight for the past four years as a member of the El Dorado Irrigation District Board of […]

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Roy Roth’s trial date set

Roy Roth, accused of murdering his wife Deborah Roth on their Latrobe property this spring, appeared with public defender Susan Gellman and Dina Stone in court on Monday for a trial setting conference. Roth has pleaded not guilty. El Dorado County Superior Court Judge Kenneth Melikian scheduled the jury trial date for April 26, 2016. District […]

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Lake Forest students to honor veterans

Lake Forest Elementary School invites area veterans to be honored at their Celebration of Freedom assembly on Tuesday, Nov. 10 from 9:15 to 10 a.m. in the multi-purpose room at 2240 Sailsbury Drive, El Dorado Hills Veterans from local Veterans of Foreign Wars posts and friends and relatives of Lake Forest students will be present. […]

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Empty bowls fill food bank

Oak Ridge High School hosted its first Empty Bowls event last Thursday night, raising $16,500 for the Food Bank of El Dorado County. Art class students crafted 600 ceramic bowls for the sold-out event. Ticket holders were served bread and soup — tortilla, corn chowder, chicken noodle or vegetable curry — in the commemorative bowls. For the past last […]

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EDH Crime Watch: Oct. 22-25

The following information was taken from El Dorado County sheriff’s reports: Oct. 22 7:50 a.m. A woman was seen breaking into a Dianthus Lane apartment. Later, a resident reported two watches and $2,500 in cash stolen. A suspect was arrested. 8:49 p.m. Someone took a package containing four chairs from a Copperwood Way home’s front […]

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EDH pot bust nets 200 plants

Complaints of unsightly tarps and a strong odor led El Dorado County sheriff’s detectives to serve a search warrant on Malcolm Dixon Road. What law enforcement officers reportedly found last Friday was a large marijuana grow in the rural, northern El Dorado Hills neighborhood, and an armed man guarding it from a treehouse. Identified as Jeffrey Johansen Sr., 52, […]

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