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Academic high-rollers pose a triple-threat

Most parents would be proud to have one child accepted into Johns Hopkins University's Center for Talented Youth. El Dorado Hills residents Howell and Jana Ellerman recently had a ...

Sun rises in energy prominence for Placerville Safeway

Solar energy now powers the cooling and heating systems at the Missouri Flat Safeway west of Placerville. "Our roof is full of solar panels," said Johnny Rivera, manager. Fairfie ...

EDH Chamber launches public forum

A new public forum is being launched in El Dorado Hills. Organizers from the El Dorado Hills Chamber of Commerce plan to run a breakfast-time discussion venue covering community m ...

EDH teen’s fund drive gives back to soldiers

An ambitious organizing effort by a local youth aims at aiding military households around the country. Coleman Smith believes members of the U.S. Armed Forces are underpaid. He an ...

Folsom, Sacramento counties reach settlement on Mather suit

A settlement was reached Tuesday in a lawsuit filed by Folsom last year over the expansion of cargo operations at Mather Airport. A primary flight path used by Mather cargo aircr ...

Munchkin appears for ‘The Wiz’

In honor of the El Dorado Musical Theatre's production of “The Wiz,” one of the original Munchkins from “The Wizard of Oz” will appear for opening weekend performances. Mar ...

Red Hawk Casino to hire workforce of about 1,750

About 1,750 jobs will open in Shingle Springs in coming months at the Red Hawk Casino, now under construction near U.S. Highway 50 east of town. The Shingle Springs Band of Miwok I ...

Local physicians mostly mum on Oxycontin issue

An Oxycontin controversy that reportedly has put physicians in a crossfire nationally has the local medical community largely unwilling to talk about it one way or another. Controv ...

The bloody truth about drinking and driving shocks Folsom High students

A stupefying crash ripped the air. Onlookers gaped as smoke cleared, and then quailed as brute horror sank in around the death of an innocent at the hands of a drunken driver. Peo ...

What's on the rock?

El Dorado Hills Telegraph columnist, prominent senior activist and El Dorado Hills Fire Board Director Moni Gilmore, passed away at age 81 last week. She will be missed. If you wo ...