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Roundup: Oct. 6, 2015

Volleyball El Dorado def. Liberty Ranch 25-17, 25-23, 25-3 — Kills: Makayla Hoyt, 10; Kylie Haverson, 9; Serena Franz, 3. Aces: Sam Chavez, 3; Bella Danker,2; Blocks: Hoyt, 6; Franz, 2; Lauren Tigue, 2, Samantha Klinkenborg. Digs: Chavez, 6; Haverson, 4; Olivia Kemp. Service receive: Franz, 12; Gavin, 8. El Dorado JV def. by Liberty […]

South County parks, trails meeting topic

SOMERSET — Residents are invited to share their views and opinions regarding El Dorado County supervisorial District 2 parks and trails issues by attending a meeting tomorrow, Oct. 8, at the Pioneer Park Community Center, 6740 Fairplay Road. On hand will be District 2 Supervisor Shiva Frentzen and Parks and Recreation Commissioner Charlie Callahan, along […]

Governor Brown signs legislation benefiting connector

On Monday, it was announced that Governor Brown had signed legislation that will likely cut planning and construction costs for the Capital SouthEast Connector expressway project and help deliver the project more quickly. According to a press release, AB 1171, authored by Assemblyman Eric Linder of Corona and supported by the Connector Joint Power Authority, would […]

Horoscope, Thursday, October 8, 2015

Venus Favors Love as a Verb Venus crosses into Virgo beginning a transit that highlights love’s more helpful qualities. For those who have been infatuated, the love-sickness will start to fade away as those who love make their affection tangibly evident. Proof tends toward the practical because that is mostly what’s needed these days. The […]

Horoscope, Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Last Day of Venus in Leo A solo trip to an inhospitable destination would certainly teach you a lot about self-reliance, but are you really in the mood for that intensity these days? Make it easy on yourself by involving the people around you in your mission. A burst of passionate enthusiasm accompanies this last […]

Roundup: Oct. 5, 2015

Cross country Sierra Valley Conference No. 2 meet Cordova High  Team scores boys: El Dorado 17, Union Mine 63, Galt 74, Cordova 84 1-Dalton Douglas-Hiley,ED, 15:57; 2-Jordan Reams, ED, 16:07; 3-Grayson Egbert, ED, 16:24; 4-Brett Burink, UM, 16:46; 5-Liam Drennan, ED, 17:09; 6-Robert McGowan, ED, 17:21; 7-Benjamin Hicks, ED, 17:30; 12-Rees Verleur, UM 18:26; 13-Harrison […]

Horoscope, Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Assumption-Averse Skies The sun and Pluto square off a few hours before Mars and Neptune form a complicated opposition. Expectations sometimes make it so — but not today. Going in with one idea of the situation may cause a person to make mistakes that could have been avoided with the mindset of blank readiness. You […]

Horoscope, Monday, October 5, 2015

Innocent Sky The planets are moving toward two tense alignments that will be exact tomorrow. Curiosity is piqued. Knowledge seekers become more intent. Soon innocence will give way to experience, and there will be a fancy cocktail of mixed emotions to wash it all down with. For now, enjoy the wonder and ideas that come […]

Roundup: Allison Babbage first at Yuba Sutter Invitational

Cross country Stanford Invitational Girls — 4-Oak Ridge, 218 (33 teams) 13-Arial Hendrickson, 18:57.0; 42-Mikhayla Polivka, 19:52.6; 52-Sarah Dolley, 20:04.7; 59-Peyton Wright, 20:12.8; 62-Haley Dean, 20:16; 81-Gloria Dabiri, 20:33.7. Boys — 29-Oak Ridge 18-Drew Spencer, 16:15.9; 142-Blake Fabian, 17:41.8; 144-Tyler Salcido, 17:42.7; 197-Lance Bricca, 18:12.5; 217-Ben Langreck, 18:35.8. Yuba Sutter Invitational Girls — 1-Union Mine 34, […]

Horoscope, Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Hungry Moon Challenge As the moon moves into Taurus, the sign of appetites, realize the gift inside this state of being called “satisfied.” If you’re content, count yourself among the world’s most fortunate. No amount of wealth or power can get you a ticket into that club. “My crown is called content, a crown it […]

Horoscope, Monday, September 28, 2015

“I Am” Moon Is the ability to mystify oneself strictly a human thing? It’s hard to tell how much the apes and dolphins ruminate over the baffling choices of the past, but it’s a safe bet that the humans are doing more of that under this Aries moon cry of, “I think, therefore I am.” […]

Neighbors helping neighbors pay EID bills

In 2010 El Dorado Irrigation District established the Helping Hands Outreach Program in cooperation with the El Dorado Community Foundation and El Dorado County Department of Human Services. The program provides help to customers who experience a financial catastrophe and are unable to pay their EID utility bill. The El Dorado Community Foundation administers the program. To date, […]

State Indian Museum announces Native American Day

California State Parks and the State Indian Museum are proud to announce a special and free 48th annual Native American Day celebration that will take place on Friday, Sept. 25 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the west steps of the State Capitol, 10th Street, between L and N streets. The annual event is […]

Five museums to offer free admission

Five Sacramento area museums are joining the Smithsonian magazine “Museum Day Live!” nationwide effort by offering free admission to advance registrants all day on Saturday, Sept. 26. Participating local museums include: Aerospace Museum of California, California Automobile Museum, California Museum, Maidu Museum and Historic Site and State Indian Museum. The mission of the annual effort […]

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