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Horoscope, Monday, April 27, 2015

Leo Moon by Day, Virgo Moon by Night The day is ruled by the Leo moon, a playful, extravagant and exaggerated showman. People can tolerate more drama than usual and won’t mind a bit of posturing, bragging and the like — in fact, they might prefer the excitement. The evening has a different tone, as […]

Horoscope, Monday, April 20, 2015

Celebrate the Taurus Sun You are not defined by what satisfies your creature comforts, but it’s good information as the sun moves from the fiery first station of the zodiac, Aries, into earthy Taurus. This is the sign of sensuality, physical pleasure and material reward. It’s the sign of appetite, sustenance and comfort. The better […]

Horoscope, Monday, April 6, 2015

Mercury and Jupiter Trine The alignment of the sun and Uranus in Aries will start the business of the week off with an invigorating blast. Also, the shorthand communication between people who know one another well will extend now to complete strangers, who will communicate in brief and effective exchanges as Mercury and Jupiter form […]

Horoscope, Monday, April 28, 2014

Solar Eclipse and New Moon Sometimes stick-to-it-ness is called stubbornness, and other times it’s called determination. Much depends on who benefits from the immobile attitude. The solar eclipse and the new moon in Taurus put tenacity on tap, and successful people will apply it to a focus that helps many. ARIES (March 21-April 19). Even […]

Horoscope, Monday, April 21, 2014

Uranus/Pluto Tension The main barrier keeping us from speaking loving words is self-consciousness. With the cosmic tension between Uranus, Pluto and others, we’re so busy trying to feel comfortable that there’s very little energy left over to spend on helping others feel comfortable. It takes a confident, loving heart to rise above the usual human […]

Horoscope, Monday, April 14, 2014

Pluto Retrograde While we might like to believe we are the primary engines in our lives, ignoring the influence of environmental factors and parenting would be a mistake. Pluto begins a retrograde journey through Capricorn that pulls our awareness to the authority figures that have shaped us. Being aware of their influence is the key […]

Horoscope, Monday, April 29, 2013

Sagittarian Lunar Whimsy Do you ever wonder whether your dream life is more real than it seems? The early morning void-of-course moon will produce some whimsical, far-fetched and yet remarkably convincing dreams. Write down your impressions, or they will be gone forever. The realism of the Capricorn lunar influence will take over soon enough. ARIES […]

Horoscope, Monday, April 22, 2013

Classroom of the Virgo Moon Like schoolchildren assessing the new teacher, the sun, Venus and Mars hang close together as they check out Saturn from across the sky. Will Saturn be a strict taskmaster or a fun and friendly adviser? In the classroom of the Virgo moon, the teacher will base his lessons and approach […]

Horoscope, Monday, April 15, 2013

Venus Enters Taurus Venus rushes to Taurus, one of the signs she rules, with all the enthusiasm of a warrior returning home from the battleground. While the passion of Venus in Aries is a thrill, the cycle that begins today has obvious and immediate benefits. What once couldn’t be settled without a fight can now […]

Horoscope, Monday, April 8, 2013

Moon Does Cosmic Yawning The primal instinct that bonds humans together may be summed up in the contagion of yawns. It’s something you might notice during the void-of-course lunar situation — a cosmic yawn that catches on, no problem. The moon may be darkening, but this only intensifies the lovely energy it radiates as it […]

Horoscope, Monday, April 1, 2013

Asteroid Spacecraft Back in February, the asteroid 2012 DA14 got 17,100 miles from Earth and, as scientists predicted, kept right on going. The omens now suggest that the large rock wasn’t an asteroid at all, but a spaceship in disguise doing a fly-by to get a better idea of the ideal landing spot for the […]

Horoscope, Monday, April 30, 2012

The waxing Leo moon goes void-of-course and takes our energy levels into the void, as well. Concentration may not be optimal, but consider that not every task is best approached with a laser focus. This moon is excellent for overlooking what’s not quite going right and relaxing into the warm, fuzzy feeling that it’s all […]

Horoscope, Monday, April 23, 2012

The Gemini moon is a charming chap, striking brilliant conversation and spicing it up with a pinch of wit and a dash of mischief. Caution: There may be an underlying tension between younger and older generations. Be careful not to exacerbate the issue by speaking in a manner that the other party might find irreverent […]

Horoscope, Monday, April 2, 2012

The Leo moon is an entertainer who follows the old vaudevillian three-part formula for showmanship: Tell them what you’re going to do, do it, and then tell them what you did. The morning brings promise, the afternoon delivers on it, and the night brings a delightful recap — hopefully followed by thunderous applause! ARIES (March […]

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Things to do: Feb. 5, 2016

ONGOING put gold 205 here Gold Country Artists Gallery, 379 Main St. in Placerville, through Feb. 29 is featuring an all gallery show “Love is in the Air” that showcases the jewelry makers in the gallery. One of the jewelers is Ron Runtenelli, whose fine skill, workmanship and pure artistry is revealed in his beautiful […]

Conservation mandate met for seventh straight month

SACRAMENTO — Californians have reduced water use by 25.5 percent since June, continuing to meet Gov. Edmund G. Brown Jr.’s 25 percent mandate despite a decline in the statewide water-savings rate during the last three months of 2015. In December the statewide conservation rate was 18.3 percent, down from 20.4 percent in November, compared to the same months in 2013. A drop in […]

Things to do: Jan. 29, 2016

ONGOING Gold Country Artists Gallery, 379 Main St. in Placerville, through Jan. 31 is featuring Boni Canning, whose fine art photography is characterized by romantic scenes from her travels in Southern Europe and also of local towns and gardens. Also featured is Craig Koski’s colorful dramatic photographs, the result of combining digital photography and post […]

CIRCA and Patricia Racette added to Mondavi season

The Robert and Margrit Mondavi Center for the Performing Arts, University of California, Davis announces two new additions to the 2015-16 season: Australia’s acclaimed CIRCA brings its latest cirque performance “Beyond” for five performances from April 17-23; and soprano Patricia Racette will perform a cabaret program entitled “Diva on Detour” with accompanist Craig Terry on […]

Sierra Rep 2016 season includes favorites

Sierra Repertory Theatre announces its 2016 season, opening with a Feb. 27 gala performance of Lerner and Loewe’s “My Fair Lady.” Other highlights include new productions of “Hank Williams: Lost Highway” and “Beehive: The ’60s Musical Sensation,” a brand new musical from the “Church Basement Ladies,” Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “State Fair,” bluegrass musical “The Robber […]

Things to do: Jan. 8, 2016

ONGOING Gold Country Artists Gallery, 379 Main St. in Placerville, through Jan. 31 is featuring Boni Canning, fine art photographer. Canning’s work is characterized by charming and romantic places from her travels in Southern Europe and also local scenes of towns and gardens. Craig Koski is also featured. His colorful dramatic photographs are the result […]

The final numbers are in for 2015

Looking back, 2015 was a pretty good year for real estate. According to the El Dorado County Association of Realtors, about 2,600 home sales were recorded in the county during 2015, slightly better than 2014. Over the last 10 years, 2005 was the most active year for home sales with 2,800 homes closing escrow and 2009 was the […]

2015 Month-to-Month Recap

Editor’s note: Below are some highlights, broken down monthy, that stood out during the year. Not included is all league awards, team awards or the year’s top stories that ran in the previous two issues.  January — Basketball teams and wrestling squads got back to business as teams returned from their winter breaks. The exception […]

Dave Barry’s 2015 Year in Review

This is the second half of Dave Barry’s column summing up events of 2015. The first half appeared ion the Jan. 1 Mountain Democrat. Speaking of excitement, in … JULY … the New Horizons interplanetary probe, having traveled more than three billion miles over nearly 10 years, finally reaches Pluto and transmits back data proving […]

Solid team results highlight 2015

Editor’s note: More accomplishments from the year in sports in El Dorado County. Numerically, too tough a call as each stands tall. The 2015 month-to-month recap will run in Wednesday’s Democrat. Oak Ridge Football After missing the playoffs last year, the 2015 Oak Ridge squad was determined to make plenty of noise on the gridiron. […]

Dave Barry’s 2015 Year in Review

Sometimes we are accused — believe it or not — of being overly negative in our annual Year in Review. Critics say we ignore the many positive events in a given year and focus instead on the stupid, the tragic, the evil, the disgusting, the Kardashians. OK, critics: We have heard you. This year, instead […]

Velasquez title tops 2015 year

Editor’s note: Never easy, three of the top 5 sports stories for 2015 feature athletes that won individual CIF state titles. Look for the remainder of the top 10, Nos. 6-10, in a future Democrat. 1  — Zack Velasquez Long odds, difficulty — even rareness of the feat — make winning a California State Wrestling championship […]

Things to do: Jan. 1, 2016

ONGOING put gold 101 here Gold Country Artists Gallery, 379 Main St. in Placerville, Jan. 4 through 31 is featuring the stunning jewelry of Leah Delmer of Miss Leah Dee Jewelry. Using silver and semiprecious stones Delmer creates works inspired by Native American and Mexican silversmith traditions and techniques. She is also well versed in […]

25 years of snips and nails and puppy dog tails

It’s not just the poodles, schnauzers and retrievers being groomed these days at the Pampered Puppy in El Dorado. The fanciest finish is being applied to a 33-year-old “pup” who one day will take the leash of the successful business, once owner Karen Canevari can tear herself away. Canevari, 64, has been cutting, brushing, clipping […]

Horoscope, Thursday, December 31, 2015

Lunar Forecast for the Last Day of 2015 The last day of 2015 features a rather conservative Virgo moon, indicating responsible choices will also happen to be appealing ones. A harmonious lunar trine with chatty Mercury in confident Capricorn suggests that party talk may get competitive and status-oriented. The late night is ruled by an […]

Horoscope, Wednesday, December 30, 2015

Venus Changes It Up People in the same room together at mealtime often eat the same thing. Who decides? Later they may watch a television program. Whose choice? All of these small decisions and compromises speak to the balance of power in relationships, which, considering the recent Venus change, is slightly different than it was […]

Horoscope, Saturday, December 26, 2015

Uranus Direct Message Your best critic is the one who loves you and wants you to succeed in every way. Then there’s the critic who is jealous. That opinion is still valid. Jealousy is a horrible form of adoration, but that doesn’t make its assertions any less accurate. These insights come to you courtesy of […]

Horoscope, Thursday, December 24, 2015

Merry Christmas Eve! It’s very good that you’re not paying attention to some things. After all, some things don’t warrant your attention. The Gemini moon suggests that this is an excellent time to distinguish the things that warrant your attention from the things that don’t. Place your amorous gaze on beauty and it will gaze […]

All About Equine wins 2015 Help-a-Horse grand prize

The ASPCA announced the winners of the 2015 Help-a-Horse Day celebration contest. All About Equine was awarded one of three $10,000 grand prize grants. This event was created as a way to provide a national day of recognition for equine organizations, to spread the word about the lifesaving work they do on behalf of at-risk […]

Horoscope, Tuesday, December 22, 2015

Solstice Celebration Many celebrated the winter solstice yesterday, and many will celebrate it today, including the hundreds of visitors who will visit Stonehenge to watch the sun rise over the mysterious ancient monument. On a personal note, this passage represents new hope. Ward away darkness and hold onto the promise that illuminates the brighter days […]

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News »

SMUD axes Iowa Hill

By Dawn Hodson | From Page: A1

Former drug agent admits to trafficking

By Special to the Democrat | From Page: A1

Placerville crime stats: Property crimes are up

By Amanda Williams | From Page: A1

Home burns; firefighters injured

By Amanda Williams | From Page: A1 | Gallery

DUI Log

By Amanda Williams | From Page: A2

Heard over the back fence: Have faith

By Ken Deibert | From Page: B1

ORHS principal still out

By Julie Samrick

Accreditation reaffirmed for all four Los Rios colleges

By Los Rios Community College District | Gallery

Report: Man sets girl on fire

By Amanda Williams | Gallery

2015 stats: Violent crime up

By Amanda Williams

Never give up on a dream

By Dawn Hodson | Gallery

Mik running for Assembly

By Democrat Staff

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Letters »

What are we thinking?

By Letters to the Editor | From Page: A5

Presidential executive orders

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Trending numbers

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Board majority sell-out

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Use your intelligence, Gene

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Hit in the head

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Who’s the real phony?

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EID disaster

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Tahoe seniors delighted

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Are you hornswoggled?

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Teacher shortage

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Denial

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Hands up, don’t shoot?

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Disdain and disgrace

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Opinions and facts

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Altshuler’s insults

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Respect other drivers

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Helping the homeless

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Herd immunity doesn’t work either

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Sports »

Sports scene: Feb. 12, 2016

By Brandon Anicich | From Page: A9

Roundup: Feb. 9-10, 2016

By Jerry Heinzer | From Page: A9

“Fresh Tracks” 5k Snowshoe Walk and Race

By News Release | From Page: A10

GS boys downed 60-47

By Brandon Anicich | From Page: A10

Lady Griz fall to Rio Vista

By Brandon Anicich | From Page: A10

Lady Bruins oust Oakmont, eye Roseville

By Brandon Anicich | From Page: A10

Oak Ridge athletes sign

By Democrat Staff | Gallery

Costa breaks through for first win

By Jerry Heinzer | Gallery

Numbers add up for Bruins’ team title

By Democrat Staff | Gallery

Six lady wrestlers advance

By Democrat Staff

Troy tests Woodcreek

By Brandon Anicich

Cougars win rematch, eye title

By Mark Devaughn | Gallery

Roundup: Feb. 8, 2016

By Brandon Anicich | Gallery

Schedule: Feb. 8-13, 2016

By Democrat Staff

Roundup: Feb 4, 2016

By Brandon Anicich

Bruins clinch CVC

By Brandon Anicich | Gallery

UM, ED Sierra Valley Conference champs

By Brandon Anicich | Gallery

D’backs fall to Cordova

By Mark Devaughn | Gallery

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Prospecting »

‘Lend Me a Tenor’ hits a high note

By Pat Lakey | From Page: B1 | Gallery

Things to do: Feb. 12, 2016

By Democrat Calendar | From Page: B2

The future looks sweet

By Pat Lakey | From Page: B2 | Gallery

Hear Lolligaggers and Beyond a Dream at fundraiser

By Rebecca Murphy | From Page: B3

Second Saturday concert features local favorites

By Democrat Staff | From Page: B3

Feist Wines moving south down Highway 49

By Feist Wines | From Page: B4

Folsom Lake Symphony plays the language of love

By Folsom Symphony | From Page: B6

Pomp and pageantry coming to Folsom

By Harris Center for the Arts

Food trucks drive to Union Mine High School

By El Dorado Union High School District

Career fair showcases opportunities

By El Dorado Union High School District

‘Ancestral Voices’ inspire dancers in spring concert

By California State Unversity, Sacramento

Scarlata, Kalish top New Millennium Concert schedule

By California State Unversity, Sacramento

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Essentials »

DUI Log

By Amanda Williams | From Page: A2

Lake levels

By Contributor | From Page: A2

Divorces: December 2015

By Democrat Staff

News Bites 2/10

By Democrat Staff

Building permits issued Feb. 1-5

By El Dorado County Community Development

Placerville Police crime log

By Amanda Williams

EDSO crime log

By Amanda Williams

Lake levels

By Contributor

On the agenda: EID

By Dawn Hodson

DUI Log

By Amanda Williams

Building permits issued Jan. 25-29

By El Dorado County Community Development

News Bites 2/3

By Democrat Staff

Building permits issued from Jan. 18-22

By El Dorado County Community Development

Rainfall totals: January 2016

By Democrat Staff

Lake levels

By Contributor

News Bites: 1/27

By Democrat Staff

EDSO Crime Log

By Amanda Williams

Placerville Police Crime Log

By Amanda Williams

DUI Log

By Amanda Williams

Lake levels

By Contributor

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Obituaries »

Dr. Darrel Lee Dawes

By Contributor | From Page: A2

Linda Marie (Gray) Suddarth

By Contributor | From Page: A2

Etta “Louise” Beals

By Contributor | From Page: A2

Odie Ray Prettyman funeral notice

By Contributor | From Page: A2

Dennis “Spike” Wright

By Contributor

Lloyd Frank Romberger

By Contributor

Cristin Claire Hesse-Gill

By Contributor

Joseph Richard Erickson

By Contributor

Philip John Garthe Jr.

By Contributor

Bell Weaver

By Contributor

Charlotte Emily Dryden

By Contributor

Donna Louise Ranger

By Contributor

June Birtwell

By Contributor

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Home Source Feb 12

Ten reasons your house isn’t selling

By Ken Calhoon | From Page: HMS4

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