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Taz topples Broadstone

The El Dorado Hills Tasmanian Devils swim team hosted neighbors the Broadstone Barracudas Saturday, winning 439-350. It was Taz’ second meet and first win of the season, losing to longtime rival the Park Terrace Penguins May 21. The Taz 11-12 girls took first, second and third places in the 100-yard Individual Medley, 50-yard freestyle and […]

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Measure E: Roads war rages on

El Dorado County voters are being asked to make decisions about how future growth should be managed. Two initiatives, Measures E and G, appear on the June 7 ballot. Measure E deals with issues related primarily to new development of residential properties and the transportation infrastructure needed to accommodate both the new and existing residents. […]

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Supervisor Mikulaco and roads

EDITOR: Supervisor Ron Mikulaco acted like the worst of politicians in his letter to the editor on March 7. Rather than own his votes to gut General Fund spending on road maintenance, he tried to confuse the facts. The facts are simple: He and the four other county supervisors voted to gut all General Fund […]

2 Comments / March 13, 2016 | Posted in Letters to the Editor | Read More »

‘Circle of Animals/Zodiac Heads’ visit Crocker Museum

Internationally acclaimed artist Ai Weiwei’s “Circle of Animals/Zodiac Heads: Bronze” series will be on view at the Crocker Art Museum through May 1. Artist, curator, architectural designer and social activist Weiwei is arguably the best-known and most successful contemporary artist in China. Born in Beijing in 1957 to the celebrated poet Ai Qing, Weiwei was […]

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Wally spreads (more) cheer on Friendship Day

Wally Richardson is known in the Villages of Lake Forest for his smile and for waving to anyone who crosses his path. Last Friday the El Dorado Hills resident and his wife Jenny passed out bookmarks to Marina Village Middle School students so they might also spread cheer to others. “Keep one bookmark and give […]

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Arrest leads to more fireworks

A man suspected of using illegal fireworks reportedly spat on and threatened a deputy and his family following the suspect’s arrest on July 4 in El Dorado Hills. At 11 p.m. that night a deputy heard what sounded like fireworks near the El Dorado Hills Library, according to an El Dorado County Sheriff’s Department press […]

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Gold Cal volleyball heads to New Orleans

The Gold Cal Juniors Volleyball Club, 15-Air, will head to the USA Volleyball Junior National tournament in New Orleans, June 23-28. The girls won their spot in the coveted tournament after finishing first place, 10-0, out of 96 teams during the Far Westerns League Qualifier tournament in Reno earlier this year. The club’s season spans a […]

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