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Troy falls to the Bulldogs

Oak Ridge 28, Folsom 42 In a showdown of the top two ranked and undefeated teams in the region Oak Ridge could not overcome turnovers and 28 points Folsom scored in the second quarter, losing 42-28. The Oak Ridge Trojans (9-1, 5-1) gave up first place in the Sierra Foothill League to the Folsom Bulldogs […]

Serene living on Serrano’s 12th fairway

Looking for privacy, luxury living and a golf course view? It’s easy to find at this Courbet Way estate in El Dorado Hills’ gated Serrano neighborhood. “What makes this home so unique is its stunning setting — nearly a full acre of golf course frontage on Serrano Country Club’s 12th fairway, yet very privately nestled […]

EDH Crime Watch: Oct. 18-24

The following information was taken from El Dorado County sheriff’s reports: Oct. 18 11:03 a.m. Deputies responded to a reported battery on Golden Foothill Parkway but later determined the incident was not criminal in nature. 5:39 p.m. A residential burglary was reported on Montgomery Place. Oct. 19 3:35 p.m. Deputies responded to a burglar alarm […]

County dropping Prop. 90 perk

El Dorado County will discontinue its participation in the Proposition 90 program, which gives older homebuyers a break on their property taxes. Prop. 90 allows homeowners older than 55 to transfer their base tax value from another county to El Dorado County when purchasing a new home here that will become their primary residence. Last […]

Supes nip medical marijuana registry in the bud

The El Dorado County Board of Supervisors initiated changes to the county’s outdoor medical marijuana policies Tuesday but opted out of the controversial proposal that would have required those growing marijuana for medicinal purposes to register. Several speakers spoke against staff’s recommendation for a registry, calling it an undue burden on medical marijuana users and […]

Brothers headed to prison for teen’s death

The brothers convicted in the shooting death of El Dorado Hills teen Joslynn Ledezma Sovenski were sentenced Friday at an emotional court hearing. Kenyatta Brown, 25, was sentenced to 40 years to life in state prison. Keyon Brown, 23, was sentenced to three years, eight months behind bars. On Sept. 11 jurors found Kenyatta Brown […]

Student of the Month: Arturo Ambriz

The Rotary Club of El Dorado Hills recognized Arturo Ambriz as Student of the Month at its Oct. 18 meeting. School officials called the Rolling Hills Middle School seventh-grader kind, meticulous and someone who looks out for his peers. Teacher Jessica Spangler said Arturo is a standout student. “If he’s challenged with something he doesn’t […]

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