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Ex-DSA prexy charged in embezzling scheme

Retired El Dorado County deputy sheriff Donald Philip Atkinson, 50, of El Dorado Hills was arrested in Nevada Thursday morning on 44 counts of embezzlement, fraud, forgery, perjury, grand theft and theft from an “elder or dependent adult.” Bail was set by Judge Daniel B. Proud at $1 milion, according to the arrest warrant. The […]

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B Street Theatre presents world premiere of Echo Location

Bindle Rindell is a disgruntled English professor, failed novelist and reluctant “could be” father to a surprise 15-year-old daughter. But things are looking up. He’s getting married to his beloved Emmy in a few days. That is, if he can placate her former boyfriend, a part-time bookie who goes by the ominous name “Bluetooth.” Love, […]

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South 1 season gets under way

OLYMPIC VALLEY — Making up for lost ground, South 1 Division alpine racers shifted to Alpine Meadows for a Slalom/Giant Slalom doubleheader Tuesday. Individually, Ponderosa’s Tori Castaneda was a dual winner, posting large margins over second place. Teamwise, the Lady Bruins, led by Castaneda, Morgan Minch, Cora Nuttall and Rylee Anderson, took first in each […]

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South 1 return to Sierra a success

SIERRA-AT-TAHOE — Good weather, great conditions and familiar terrain was some of the backdrop as South 1 Division alpine racers were back in action Wednesday at Sierra-at-Tahoe. The other? Enough snow from a recent storm that made for a safe course on Lower Main as the division reached its midpoint with the season’s first slalom […]

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Four down, two races left in South 1 season

SIERRA-AT-TAHOE — South 1 Division alpine skiers and snowboarders completed their third and final Giant Slalom race of the season Monday on Sierra-at-Tahoe’s Lower Main course in front of the lodge. Individually, all four winners from last week: Skiers Reid Lambres (Ponderosa) and Emily Vivian (Oak Ridge); and boarders Katie Harris (El Dorado) and Zachary […]

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Trojans Scoreboard

Baseball Oak Ridge 14, Sheldon 0 — In Monday’s Delta River League game at the Trojans’ field, Oak Ridge (3-4, 11-7) scored nine runs in the bottom of the third inning to increase its lead from 4-0 en route to an easy victory over Sheldon. Top hitters for Oak Ridge were Zach Mahon, who was […]

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India Jazz Suites fuses Kathak, tap

A joyous, thrilling collaboration  between Pandit Chitresh Das — one of the world’s foremost masters of the of the barefoot, bell-bedecked North Indian dance called Kathak — and Emmy award-winning Jason Samuels Smith — one of the world’s fastest tap dancers — comes to Three Stages on May 11. Accompanied by three top Indian classical musicians and three […]

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