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Art, film, music all at the Crocker

As summer heats up, why not enjoy the cool, cultured and colorful atmosphere of the Crocker Art Museum? Exhibits, programs and events will keep the whole family busy. Art Spots Now: Check out Art Spots, art installations designed for children 5 and younger and their grownups, sprouting up in various museum spaces. Through Oct. 29 artists Michelle Lee […]

Tahoe Summer Camps offer fun in a gorgeous setting

Forget about boring, one-size-fits all summer camps for children. Tahoe Summer Camps offer unique, adventure-filled summer camp experiences in the most remarkable alpine lake setting in North America — Lake Tahoe. With professional artisans, educators, makers and athletes as guides, campers become adventurers, blacksmiths, sailors, engineers and more. Tahoe Summer Camps is proud to offer wide […]

Bingham among select few in Scouts

When there’s a will there’s a way and El Dorado Hills Eagle Scout Ty Bingham, 18, kept his eye on the prize, earning all 137 Boy Scouts of America merit badges, well beyond the 21 needed to earn his Eagle Scout award and placing him in the company of a very select few. Ty earned […]

Sports Shorts: June 21, 2017

El Dorado CSD (916) 933-6624 Adult 5×5 Basketball Teams play 7 games followed by play-offs for the top four teams. Games are played at the CSD Gym on Sunday evenings from August 20th to October 15th . Team fee of $435 with play-off winners earning championship t-shirts for their efforts. Registration deadline of August 11 […]

EDH Crime Watch: June 1-6

The following information was taken from El Dorado County sheriff’s reports: June 1 1 p.m. Deputies documented that a registered sex offender in El Dorado Hills failed to update an address. 1:58 p.m. Deputies arrested a 22-year-old woman who allegedly stole items from an El Dorado Hills Town Center business where she worked. June 2 […]

Connector JPA gets new executive director

MATHER — The Capital SouthEast Connector Joint Powers Authority Board of Directors on a unanimous vote has named Derek Minnema the agency’s new executive director. He replaces the retiring Tom Zlotkowski, who had served as executive director since 2008. Minnema previously led the delivery of dozens of Sacramento region transportation projects valued at more than […]

Fairytale Town presents Summer FunCamps

Fairytale Town offers exciting and educational weeklong camps during the summer. Morning sessions from 9 a.m. to noon are offered for children ages 4 to 6 and 7 to 9. Each camp is designed for a specific age group and features a unique theme, including visual and theatre arts, literature, puppetry, animals, gardening and more. Children can explore […]

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My Turn: Single-payer healthcare

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My Turn: Understanding our budget

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Hate in our own backyard

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Thank you, President Trump

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My Turn: Letters of etiquette

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My Turn: Let’s talk budget

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My Turn: Leaving a legacy of light and love

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Messy trees

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The March for Science

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Can you hear me now, Tom?

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Ask A Care Manager: Affording home care

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Garden Guru: UC Davis Arboretum

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