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Gym employee gets a surprise ride

Bre Padilla begins her 14-hour workdays every Monday through Friday at 4:30 a.m., greeting members at the front desk at the El Dorado Hills Sports Club where she’s been employed for seven years. Padilla, a 27-year old Folsom resident, begins her second job by 9 a.m. as an aide working with autistic children and doesn’t […]

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Top 5 stories of 2016 — No. 3: Brent Dennis leaves the EDHCSD

El Dorado Hills Community Services District General Manager Brent Dennis wrapped up his duties in September 2016 and said goodbye to the community he’s served for four years. He took a new job as director of Community Services for the city of Anaheim. “He arrived when we needed leadership and consistency. We’ve spent the last four years […]

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Top 5 stories of 2016 — No. 4: Local races get interesting

In a David versus Goliath match-up, steadfast community volunteer and longtime El Dorado Hills resident John Hidahl beat Assemblywoman Beth Gaines in the District 1 El Dorado County supervisor race. Though a new resident to El Dorado Hills, in the June primary Gaines came in first place. She had name recognition in her favor as […]

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EDH Crime Watch: Dec. 22-28

The following information was taken from El Dorado County sheriff’s reports:  Dec. 22 6:02 a.m. Two adult men reportedly got into a fight while working at a Hillsdale Circle warehouse. No one was arrested. 8:31 a.m. A burglary was reported on Shasta Circle. 10:31 p.m. Vandalism was reported on Merriam Lane. Dec. 23 10:45 a.m. […]

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Visually impaired teen finds his stride

Erik and Terri Foster had a feeling that their son Mitchell Foster had poor vision despite being told otherwise by eye doctors for years. He had some milestone delays as a baby and did sit extremely close to the TV, but he’d always thrived as an athlete. After years of frustrating misdiagnoses, the mystery was finally […]

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Top 5 stories of 2016 — No. 2: Home invasions shatter EDH residents’ sense of security

Four armed men were arrested in September in connection with home invasion robberies that rattled El Dorado Hills neighborhoods. On Sept. 11 the El Dorado County Sheriff’s Dispatch Center received reports of home invasion incidents on Northam Place, Lago Vista Drive and Ventura Court, all occurring within an hour of each other in the different El Dorado […]

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Top 5 stories of 2016 — No. 5: Latrobe fire station a hazard

The El Dorado Hills Fire Department got more than it bargained for with the Latrobe Fire District Annexation when Latrobe’s fire station became inhabitable in March 2016 due to mold. A decision about what to do with the building wasn’t made until months later when the El Dorado Hills Fire Board voted in November to spend no […]

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