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Ray E. Whitney

Nov. 4, 1944 – April 11, 2012 Ray was born and raised in Placerville and attended El Dorado High School. He passed away April 11, 2012, following a long illness. He is the beloved husband of 46 years to Sue; much loved father of Scott and Shawn (Dina); and Papa to Shawn Michael. He is […]

Ray E. Whitney

November 4, 1944 – April 11, 2012 A lifelong resident of Placerville, Calif. Services will be held at a later date. Online condolences may be posted at www.chapelofthepinesfunerals.com

Roundup: Oak Ridge boys win Whitney Invitational

Track and Field Whitney Invitational Varsity boys: 1-Oak Ridge, 73; 2-Whitney, 68.5. 100: 2-Brandon Jetter, 11.22; 400: 2-Bret McNamee, 52.00; 110h: 2-Jetter, 15.40 (fourth all-time at OR); 300h: 2-Griffin Prather, 41.96; SP: 2-Jack Root, 48-8 (third all-time at OR); PV: 2-Grant Laut, 13-0; 4×100: 3-OR (Prather, Chibuikem Ohanele, Christian Wootton, Jetter), 43.76; HJ: 2-Will Vaughn, […]

Sonja “Sue” Frizzell Whitney

June 28, 1944 — May 13, 2014 Sonja “Sue” Frizzell Whitney, 69, passed away on May 13, 2014, in her daughter’s arms, “her calf.” She was the daughter of Irving and Arlie Frizzell. She was born on June 28, 1944, in Joplin, Mo., and was preceded in death by her parents and only sibling, Jack […]

Jamie Kae Whitney Baxley

July 24, 1943 — March 3, 2013 Jamie Kae Whitney Baxley was a fourth-generation resident of El Dorado County born on July 24, 1943. She was raised in Kelsey and graduated from El Dorado High School in 1961. She was the wife of Bill Baxley and mother of Richard, Deron and Christie Christensen. She was […]

As we were: Big race at the Speedway

25 Years ago Aug. 28, 1987 Camino’s Whitney has largest Speedway lead Drivers in four classes will enter the homestretch at Placerville Speedway this Saturday night as sprint cars, modifieds, super stocks and street stocks tackle the quarter-mile oval. A series of heat races, trophy dashes, and main events will be held for each class. Warmups begin […]

Trojans, Grizzly boys take first place

Sewell, Belluomini 3-time league champs Three El Dorado County high school track and field teams completed for their league championships last week with advancement to the postseason at stake. Two boy’s teams won titles while one school had two triple-event winners. In Division I action, Oak Ridge trekked to Del Oro with its varsity boys […]

Roundup: Laut, Jetter set records; Bruins boys swim/dive league champs

Track and Field Sacramento Meet of Champions American River College Boys — 100: 6-Brandon Jetter, OR, 10.88; 2-Chibuikem Ohanele, OR, 10.98. 200: 17-Ohanele, OR, 23.53. 400: 7-Bret McNamee, OR, 50.12. 330h: 15-Griffin Prather, OR, 41.69. 800: 11-Shane Marshall, PHS, 2:00.28. 4x100L 11-OR (Prather, Ohanele, Christian Wootton, Jetter), 43.67. 4×400: 3-PHS (Mitchell Massera, Patrick Hickey, Jordan […]

Roundup: Trojan, Bruin linkers take 2nd place at tourneys

Baseball Oak Ridge 5, Folsom 6 — The Trojans rallied from a 5-1 deficit in Monday’s Sierra Foothill League road game, but fell short. In the fifth inning, Oak Ridge (15-1 in the SFL, 22-3) tied the game at 5-5 on Tyson Solis’ bases-loaded double that cleared the bases. But the Bulldogs scored the winning […]

Roundup: Oak Ridge baseball running away with SFL title

Baseball Union Mine 6, Cordova 1 — Colton Peters pitched a complete game four-hitter for the SVC win. Andrew Vaughn and Jonathan Lowder each had two hits for the D’backs. Oak Ridge 13, Del Oro 6 — The Trojans completed the sweep of the Eagles to move to 12-0 in the SFL as Logan Denholm […]

Roundup: April 11, 2015

Tennis Oak Ridge 7, Nevada Union 2 Singles (OR first): Simon Chan def, Quinn, 6-0, 6-1; Clarence Lai def. Wright, 6-1, 6-2; Kyle Tomaskewski def. Shimek, 6-1, 6-2; Amir Nadami def, by Puleo, 4-6, 2-6; Matthew Maloney def Beltran, 6-3, 6-3; Cole Rickard def. by Conners, 3-6, 3-6. Doubles (OR first): Brandon Sedgwick-Erwin Maquiling def, Malin-Nielson, […]

Ranell Carpenter is up for a Sammie

It’s not surprising that the statuesque beauty with the long, blonde hair turns heads as she strolls along Main Street in Placerville. In addition to her obvious charms, Ranell Carpenter was born at Marshall Hospital and has lived here all her life. But the reason people rush out of coffee shops to stop the 25-year-old? […]

Roundup: Mar. 18, 2015

Baseball Oak Ridge 10, Woodcreek 7 — The visiting Trojans put on their rally caps again in Wednesday’s league road game. Oak Ridge (2-0 in the SFL, 7-0) trailed 6-5 in the top of the fifth inning when it scored four runs for a 9-6 lead. The Trojans added their final run in the sixth. Jake Hathaway, plus Troy teammates […]

Divorces: December 2014

Brenda J. Sims and Perry J. Sims, December 30, 2014 John Christian Paper and Sarah Ruth Paper, December 30, 2014 Andrea Wright and Daniel C. Wright, December 30, 2014 Serena Pittman and Brett Pittman, December 30, 2014 Megan Leigh Wilson and Jesse Wilson, December 30, 2014 Janeth R. Nicolas and Sherman T. Nicolas, December 30, […]

Ponderosa gets going

Ponderosa sophomore Kendyl Maher banked in a three-pointer from the wing with no time left Friday to lift the JV squad to a dramatic 24-23 victory. Maher’s game-winner left her fingertips as the buzzer sounded.   Bruins’ tale of two halves SHINGLE SPRINGS — Sometimes an earful goes a long way. It did for the […]

Roundup: Jan. 14, 2015

Girls basketball El Dorado 42, Rosemont 31 — The Lady Cougars jumped out to a 26-8 halftime lead to cruise past the host Wolverines to open Sierra Valley Conference action Monday night. Faith Wilson led El Dorado with 13 points; Kylie Haverson bucketed seven; Kayla Cotten added six points; and Sabrina Tate scored five. Ponderosa […]

Life as I know it! Living it up

As we continued our lives in Woodland Hills we decided that some type of playground equipment would be something I could do for our growing girls. The idea of a playhouse came to mind so I gathered materials and made a small playhouse backed against the concrete wall separating our properties. A house needs furniture, […]

Volek: ‘All teams 0-0′

From tonight on, it’s all about conference and league games for the five El Dorado County high school football teams. El Dorado begins Sierra Valley Conference action at Liberty Ranch, Oak Ridge will host Granite Bay in a Sierra Foothill League contest, Ponderosa plays its second consecutive Capital Valley Conference home game against Whitney, Union […]

First and goal: Friday night football

Five more days — counting Monday. That’s when all five El Dorado County high school football teams will kickoff the 2014 season. On Friday, four of the five will open on the road, with Golden Sierra entertaining Foresthill. Oak Ridge plays at Whitney of Rocklin, Ponderosa travels to Lincoln of Lincoln, Union Mine treks to Sacramento […]

Roundup: April 23, 2014

Baseball Oak Ridge 5, Folsom 4 — Kyle Barisone had the winning  RBI in the 10th inning in Wednesday’s Delta River League road game. The Trojans (7-1, 11-7) trailed 2-0, led 4-2, and were tied when the Bulldogs scored twice in the seventh. Ryan Sullivan pitched three shutout innings. Ponderosa 2, Pleasant Grove 4 —Ryan Carey smacked […]

Roundup: April 17, 2014

Baseball El Dorado 2, Orange Glen 1 — Owen MacKendrick pitched a complete game two hitter and struck out nine batters Tuesday at the San Diego Lions Tournament. Matt Smith doubled twice — his second one-hopped the center field fence to drive in Zach Culp with the winning run in the bottom of the seventh […]

Roundup: March 27-29

Baseball El Dorado 9, Liberty Ranch 0 — In the first game of a doubleheader in Galt on Friday, Nick Bonniksen pitched six innings, and Owen MacKendrick tossed the final inning of the Sierra Valley Conference contest for the Cougars (7-2, 10-2). El Dorado 0, Liberty Ranch 2 — In a  tough loss, the Cougars’ Zach Terry pitched seven […]

Roundup: Mar. 26, 2014

Baseball Oak Ridge 1, Del Oro 0 — Austin Root pitched another gem Tuesday, a six-hitter, and Erik McNeill drove in the game’s only run in the fourth inning with a sacrifice fly. Tanner Ales went 2-for-3 and Logan Denholm doubled. Root fanned three and didn’t walk a batter for the Trojans (2-2). Golden Sierra […]

Roundup: March 12, 2014

Baseball El Dorado 6, Cosumnes Oaks 8 — In a Sierra Valley Conference game in Elk Grove Wednesday, the Cougars scored four runs in the top of the seventh inning but it wasn’t enough. Michael Green had a triple, Zach Culp had a double and Ryan Rodriguez went 2-for-3 for El Dorado (1-1, 4-1), which had five hits […]

Frank O. Burnette Jr.

May 4, 1954 — Oct. 17, 2013 Frank O. Burnette Jr. passed away at home from a prolonged illness on Oct. 17, 2013. He is survived by his wife, Wendy, and his daughter, Whitney, both from Shingle Springs; two sons, Adrian and Joszef from Keystone, S.D.; two brothers, Alan from Columbus, Ohio, and Steve from […]

Summer sizzling events are happening at Tahoe

The days are getting shorter, but the spirit of summer is still going strong at “America’s Best Lake” as designated by USA Today readers. From Lake Tahoe’s inaugural crawfish Boil ‘n’ Fry festival to the Labor Day fireworks, Tahoe South has the calendar packed with food festivals, blockbuster outdoor and casino showroom concerts, and athletic […]

‘Bye Bye Birdie’ is a classic

What: “Bye Bye Birdie” Who: El Dorado Musical Theatre Where: Harris Center for the Arts, 10 College Parkway in Folsom When: July 12 to 21. Showtimes are 7 p.m. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday; 2 and 7 p.m. Saturday; and 2 p.m. Sunday. Cost: Ticket prices range from $13.50 to $28. Information: 916-608-6888 or visit harriscenter.net A lot has […]

Lights on the Lake fill the sky

The extended holiday weekend brims with concerts, comedy, theater and eye-popping sky candy. Bigger is better. At least when it comes to fireworks. Tahoe South’s (tahoesouth.com/) “Lights on the Lake,” the largest Fourth of July fireworks display in the West, continues the tradition at the “Best Lake in America” (USA Today, August 2012) over the […]

“CATS” pounces onstage at EDHS

What: “Cats” Who: El Dorado High School drama students Where: Carl Borelli Community Amphitheater, 561 Canal St., Placerville When: May 2 to 4, 9 to 11 and 16 to 18 at 8 p.m. Gates open at 6:30 p.m. Cost: Tickets are $15 for general admission, $12 for students and seniors. Purchase them at the door, at The […]

Roundup: Payback for El Dorado girls

Softball El Dorado 5, Vista del Lago 4 — The Cougars broke a 4-4 deadlock Thursday with a run in the seventh inning to avenge an earlier home loss to the Eagles. Trinity Jackson led a 12-hit afternoon with a 3-for-4 effort and scored twice while Maria Gadow and Kailey Olcott each added two hits. […]

Cougar boys, girls sweep Cosumnes Oaks

ELK GROVE — The El Dorado Track and Field program began its 2013 season right where it left off last year as the Cougars took 3-of-4 Divisions at the 24-team 80th Martinez Relays and won their Sierra Valley Conference showdown with Cosumnes Oaks by sweeping all divisions in that meet as well. With numbers swelling […]

Roundup: Mar. 20, 2013

Baseball Golden Sierra 13, San Juan 12 — The host Grizzlies outlasted the Spartans to win a wild Sierra Delta League matchup Tuesday. Nick White (three RBIs) and Joshua Salmonson (double) each went 3-for-4; Bryson Casmpbell doubled twice and drove in two; Kyle Moe (2 RBIs) and Cameron Stephens  both had two hits and a […]

Schedule: Mar. 11-16, 2013

  Monday, Mar. 11 Baseball UM @ PHS, 4 p.m. ED @ River City, 4:15 p.m. Golf OR @ Rocklin, Whitney Oaks, 4 p.m. Soccer Oakmont @ OR, 3:30 p.m. Marysville @ GS, 3:30 p.m. Softball Forest Lake Christian @ GS, 4 p.m. Tuesday, Mar. 12 Girls basketball CIF NorCal playoffs D-I: OR @ Heritage, […]

Holiday music program brightens State Capitol Museum

Get ready for some holiday fun on your next visit to the California State Capitol Museum, 10th Street between L and N streets, Sacramento, in the First Floor Rotunda. To set a festive stage and spread holiday cheer, beautiful vintage decorations create a lovely backdrop for a variety of diverse and amazing live holiday musical performances […]

July divorces and dissoutions of marriage

Janice A. Vanderschuur and James A. Vanderschuur, July 21, 2012 Darren Coil and Deborah Coil, July 31, 2012 Charles Dandy and Virginia Dandy, July 27, 2012 Trinh Ngo and Larry Cao, July 18, 2012 Brent D. Lockwood and Renee M. Lockwood, July 18, 2012 Carmen Wilson and Ashley Wilson, July 17, 2012 Kenneth E. Jackson […]

Info on Agenda 21

EDITOR: Recently I had a long conversation with Carlos Acala of the Bee and he used what he wanted but this letter explains more what I tried to tell him about Agenda 21 and the facts that Dawn knows are not just Agenda 21 but more like the knowledge that Congressman Tom McClintock understands or […]

Ponderosa High School 2012 graduates

Morgan Aasen, Judi Adams, Christina Kiley Michele Adams-D’Onofrio, Anna Elizabeth Adamski, Taylor Renee Agricola, Matt Aguiar, Nicole Alberghini, Ryan Jet Albertazzi, Tyler Alberts, Duncan Alexander, Meagan Allstead, Lauren Almeida, Katia Alvaro, Dalton Amolsch, Elizabeth Marie Anderson, Jami Anderson, Kelsey Anderson, Wade Anderson, Brooke Lorraine Andrew, Kasandra Andrews, Ryan Ansell, Arvind Rajan, Gabrielle Attisani, Forrest Taylor Bacchi, […]

Golden Sierra High School 2012 graduates

Kyle Thomas Cerniglia, MaryAnn Elizabeth Haynie, Caitlin Sierra Hess, Rachel Christine Parkhurst , James Darryl Hansen, Leah Christine Parkhurst, Kiara Luise Anderson, Christopher Meyers, Jana Lynn Johnston, Kailee Ruth Delongchamp, Clayton Oules, Jennifer Lauren Ring, Ellen Mary Appleby, Christina Joell Adamick, Shawn Alexander, Kelsey Marie Allen, Kalani Anderson, Kayla Rene Anderson, Rebecca Joy Anderson, Michael James Aplanalp, […]

Reno High varsity teams sweep Cougar Twilight Invitational

El Dorado senior distance runner, Joe Soik, waited until nearly the end of Friday’s eighth annual Twilight Invitational to compete. Cheering his teammates and helping where needed, Soik had hours to fill before the 3,200 meter race. All that pent energy paid off as Soik nearly lapped the field enroute to breaking the meet record […]

Heard over the back fence: Volunteer to be a Gold Bug

DON’T BLAME OTHERS:
 Editor Mike Raffety provided the “Springs of Greek Wisdom” book, which offered the following observation: “Men are not worried by things, but by their ideas about things. When we meet with difficulties, become anxious or troubled, let us not blame others, but rather ourselves, that is: our ideas about things.” — Epictetus […]

Roundup: Justin Dillon one-hits Vista for key victory

Baseball Oak Ridge 6, Granite Bay 4 — Thursday’s battle between two highly ranked teams went the Trojans’ way as Alex Fitchett threw five solid innings and Jason Ross picks up the save. Oak Ridge scored two runs in the first and third and single runs in the sixth and seventh. In the seventh, Bobby […]

Roundup: March 10, 2011

Softball Golden Sierra 26, Encina Prep 1 — Savannah Stephens went 4-for-4 with three triples, three RBIs and scored five runs in Thursday’s blowout. Maci Ruiz. Hollis Johnson and Samantha Bastien each doubled and drove in two, Jordan Perry tripled and Allie Widman scored three runs. Ponderosa 4, Whitney 1 — Paris Hallums pitched a […]

Injuries to key players failed to derail Cougars’ title run

One of the underlying stories to the El Dorado girls history-making fourth consecutive league basketball title this past season was the health of two key players: point guard Samantha Reeder and forward Emily Boyd. With them, the Lady Cougars had the talent to contend. Without, El Dorado’s season wouldn’t have been the same. Those worries […]

Charter member of Apple Hill Growers 95 and still mowing lawn

“You have to take care of your eyes and your legs,” said 95-year-old Elmer “Mike” Miguelgorry of Camino. That’s advice coming from a man who still mows his yard and prunes the trees on his 1-acre property. Miguelgorry is a piece of Camino history — a charter member of the Apple Hill Growers Association who […]

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