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Horoscope, Sunday, August 30, 2015

The Sun Opposes Neptune The opposition of the sun and Neptune brings with it an interesting tension between who we are and who we want to be. Also, our dreams will seem to call to us from across the sky, begging us to join them. Ambitions rise and practicalities will get quickly worked out. It’s […]

Horoscope, Saturday, August 29, 2105

River Moon The full moon in Pisces offers a spiritual conundrum: At the core of yourself, you’re selfless. Deep inside the layers of desire and need that come with being human, there’s an eternal being, beyond human. Detach from the trivial matters, and soulful intuition will rush in to fill the open space. ARIES (March […]

Horoscope, Friday, August 28, 2015

Full Moon Pre-Show The Aquarius moon is the opening act for tomorrow’s spectacular astral concert featuring the full moon in Pisces. Like excited fans, we’ll give our attention to the show, which encourages audience participation. Friends, funny people, oddities, unusual interests — these are all part of the offerings of the Aquarius moon. ARIES (March […]

Horoscope, Sunday, August 23, 2015

Gas Card Sun The sun stretches its rays into Virgo, the sign of growing up. The Virgo sun is like a gas card handed from doting parents to children in college. It’s assistance. It’s fuel. It will help out. It can’t be used for much other than the intended purpose, and that’s the beauty of […]

Horoscope, Saturday August 22, 2015

Last Day of the Leo Sun The curtain closes, the applause dies and immediately the union workers start clearing the set for the next show. Tomorrow the sun trades Leo’s glamour for Virgo’s operational genius. We’re headed into one of the most productive times of the year. What appetites are burbling up in you? Take […]

Horoscope, Friday, August 21, 2015

Sun Square Saturn The square of the sun and Saturn will be the last of its kind to bother us for months. True to the nature of the Leo sun, a big finish is in order. In this case, the “finish” has to do with a personal lesson. What’s the ritual, gesture or occurrence that […]

Dementia caregivers offered training next Monday

El Dorado County Senior Day Care Services is hosting a free training for family caregivers of people with dementia from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. Aug. 24 at the Senior Center, 990 Lassen Lane in El Dorado Hills. The “Art Reflections for Dementia Caregivers” training provides research-proven techniques that use art to awaken memories, strengthen relationships […]

Transplant company hopes to pin down local kids

EL DORADO HILLS — Inside the Urban Sprawl Academy on a warm, summer night, close to 200 youngsters and high school students displayed their wrestling talents for one of the country’s elite organizations. Wresting Prep, a nationally renowned organization that recently moved from San Jose to El Dorado Hills, contributes to the growth of individual wrestling abilities of each grappler. Carolyn Wester […]

Youths try hand in local triathlon

EL DORADO HILLS — Young athletes swam, biked and ran in the Iron Hills Youth Triathlon last Saturday, impressing everyone with their skills.   Youth Triathlon c 9 year old Grant Griffin completes the last segment of the Youth Triathlon in El Dorado Hills. Youth Triathlon b 8 year old Naya Winn makes it over […]

Barden ‘twirls’ to national title

Sophia Barden of El Dorado Hills, is the National Baton Solo, 2-Baton, and Strut Champion. The United States Twirling Association’s National Baton Twirling Championships were held last month at Ford Park Arena in Beaumont, Texas. Nearly 600 of the nation’s best baton twirlers competed at the 57th annual event. Earlkier this week, Barden recently left […]

Local players in national tournament

ROSEVILLE — This week’s 55-team 2015 ASA/USA 12u National Championship softball tournament that began Monday has several local players participating. Considered one of the five biggest fast-pitch softball tournaments in the nation, the National Championship brings together the best 12u softball players from the United States. The seven-day affair began with opening ceremonies at Woodcreek High […]

Storm warnings to continue

EL DORADO HILLS — The Sierra Valley Storm 12U all-star baseball team is down in Southern California for a third consecutive year to play in the West Zone Championship in Whitter, with a shot to advance to the PONY Bronco Division World Series. The Storm is hoping to weather the storm through competition from teams […]

Horoscope, Thursday, July 30, 2015

To Free or Not To Free? The line between good business practice and generosity gets blurred with the moon’s crossing from ambitious Capricorn into philanthropic Aquarius. Free is an attractive price, but often it attracts way too many and too random a customer. That’s why it’s wise to put a different price on what you […]

Horoscope, Wednesday, July 29, 2105

The Moon and Pickup Trucks Owners of pickup trucks know that their vehicle comes with an obligation to help friends transport their larger items. The Capricorn moon of responsibility highlights the emotional equivalent of a pickup truck in our personal arsenal of talents and gifts. What do you have that others need every so often? […]

Youth backcountry camp for teens

Summit mountains, build leadership, challenge yourself STATELINE, Nev. — The Tahoe Rim Trail Association (TRTA), the Tahoe Institute for Natural Science (TINS), and the City of South Lake Tahoe (CSLT) are partnering for a three-day program that introduces teens (ages 12-14) to a wildlife survivor’s state of mind. All eligible teens are invited to come unplug […]

Fond memories for Williams

LODI — For the last 14 years, John Williams served as the Sac-Joaquin Section assistant commissioner — a position he actively sought in 1999. “I was in the newspaper business and I wanted out,” said Williams, who worked as a sports writer, sports editor, managing editor and production manager for different newspapers for a combined […]

Area players on Rugby All Stars

Five El Dorado County boys were selected to the All Star Rugby JV team representing Northern California. Picked were Garrett Kay, Clayton Macauley, Skyler Mitchell, Jacob Ward and Garrett Shepherd. Their team participated in the Regional Cup Tournament in Bakersfield June 20-21 where they were undefeated against teams from Washington, Southern Cal., and San Diego. […]

Roundup: July 8, 2015

Cold Springs Ladies Golf Pro points & putts July 7 Ace of the month: Ann Morris, net 69 1st flight low gross: Heidi Caldwell, 82 Low net: Gerri O’Donnell, 68; Jerri Arens, 77 2nd flight low gross: Roberta Galvez, 94 Low net: Cathie Attabit, 74; Marge Dodrill, 73 3rd flight low gross: Ann Morris, 98 […]

Roundup: July 3, 2015

Baseball District 54 All-Star Tournaments 9/10 — McFarland Park, Folsom  El Dorado Hills def. Snowline El Dorado Hills def. by Woodcreek Ponderosa 14, Cosumnes River 3 Hangtown 0, Folsom American 16 Hangtown 3, Maidu 12 Snowline 4, Lakeside 31 10/11 — Mahany Park  Hangtown/Snowline 0, Lakeside 12 Ponderosa def. Hangtown/Snowline Ponderosa def. by Woodcreek El Dorado […]

Divide eliminated by Folsom National

ROSEVILLE — After losing 9-0 to El Dorado Hills in District 54 Tournament game on Tuesday, the Divide 10/11 All-Stars baseball team were looking forward to generating some runs across home plate looked forward to its Wednesday’s contest against Folsom National at Mahany Park. But Divide saw its season come to an end fast, as Folsom […]

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