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Bring on the bling

Born and raised on a cattle ranch in central Kansas, LuAnn Holland Perez understands horses and how exciting it can be to receive an award that recognizes skill and hard work in the arena. “I competed in horse shows and I remember what a big deal it was when I won my first buckle,” said […]

August 09, 2017 | Posted in Entertainment | Tagged ,

Trail tree trim adds fuel to debate

Between July 8 and July 11, a section of  New York Creek trail was cut back, widened to 8 feet in many parts — another wrinkle in an already contentious debate over trail use.

In January the El Dorado Hills Community Services District notified homeowners backing up to the most secluded section of New York Creek Trail near Jackson Elementary School that landscape work would be done to improve sight lines and widen the trail, which could open it up to multi-use; the trail is currently advertised as pedestrians only but often used by cyclists. This notice prompted residents who want to keep bicyclists off the trail to ask the EDHCSD to enforce the posted rule while cyclists argue that the trail has been shared for years with few problems.

July 19, 2017 | Posted in News | Tagged ,

Heaven and Earth

EDITOR: Have you heard about the NASA satellite called TIROS-1? Over 50 years ago it provided the first pictures of the whole Earth. For the first time we knew the weather all over the globe. We knew when and where the hurricanes formed, how fast they moved and where they would land. A new era began: Using […]

April 12, 2017 | Posted in Letters to the Editor | Tagged ,

Folsom History Museum shows success for women wasn’t a ‘cinch’

When society thinks of women’s liberation nowadays, images from the late ’60s and early ’70s come to mind. Vietnam. Burning brassieres. A world changed by the Space Race. An exhibit at the Folsom History Museum shows that the effort to free women from the bonds that actually bound them began much earlier. In the 1800s, […]

July 27, 2016 | Posted in Entertainment | Tagged ,

Billingsley’s Bullets: Spend your time wisely

Lately it seems like everywhere I go someone is discussing the presidential debates. People argue, debate and often become angry before they leave the scene. The talking and occasional shouting appear to be a waste of time. Nobody changes his/her mind and compromise sails out the window. Why do people waste 45 minutes on an […]

April 06, 2016 | Posted in Commentary | Tagged ,
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Break out those skis

By Special to Village Life | From Page: A5

Volleyball: Troy wins one, loses one

By Mark Studyvin | From Page: A5

Signing Day

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Trojans roll over Lincoln

By Mark Studyvin

Hornets swarm EDH clean-up

By Julie Samrick

Trojans Scoreboard

By Village Life Staff

Tough loss in the pool

By Village Life Staff

Trojans Scoreboard

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JV netters tops at tourneys

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Trojans Scoreboard

By Village Life Staff


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