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Is your backyard kid-friendly?

With the winter season finally behind us, families are heading straight for the outdoors. Kids with cabin fever are anxious for some fun in the sun. But before planning your next b ...

Run set for May

Registration has opened for the 22nd annual Folsom's Run with Nature at The Parkway. Newly scheduled for springtime, the event will be held on Saturday, May 21. Folsom's Run with ...

Museum Ready for Changes

Folsom's History Museum has undergone a pretty big renovation and will undergo several more over the next five years, providing much more information about this area's rich history ...

Dam Road may open in October

Folsom Mayor Steve Miklos announced Tuesday the Folsom Dam Road could re-open to commuter traffic as early as October. Before the 2.3-mile road was closed in February 2003, it funn ...

Foster teens test limits of home life

Bonnie McLane has seen it all. The Georgetown resident has opened up her 30-acre farm to more than 40 foster children in the past 20 years. All foster children come with built-in c ...

Incorporation explored anew

The nine-year old debate over the possible incorporation of El Dorado Hills returns to its roots next Monday. Residents will be allowed to address the El Dorado Local Agency Format ...

Author describes life with multiple sclerosis

Carol Fuquay was first diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 1974. Now she's totally disabled, but that hasn't kept her down. Fuquay, an El Dorado Hills resident, has authored a boo ...

Hope House set to open in summer

A home for the homeless is scheduled to open this summer. Hope House, located in Diamond Springs, is a transitional housing program for homeless women and their children. The housi ...

For Your Info

Boy Scout Christopher White is holding a car wash at Hilltop Market & Deli on Saturday, April 23 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 2222 Francisco Dr. (at the corner of Green Valley Road). ...

Amerikids present concert

The Kids of the Kingdom Children's Choir at Lakehills Covenant Church will present "Amerikids", a patriotic musical on Sunday at 10:30 a.m. and 7 p.m. at Rolling Hills Middle Schoo ...

Draft restoration plan for Fred's Fire

A draft environmental impact statement for the restoration of 4,600 acres of Eldorado National Forest lands burned in last fall's Fred's Fire near Kyburz is available for public re ...

Super Bowl champ at Blue & Gold Auction

Super Bowl champion and former Oakland Raider Art Thoms will attend this year's Blue & Gold Auction on Saturday, April 23 from 5 to 10 p.m. He will bring unique sports and Hollywoo ...

Repellents effective in battle against West Nile virus

El Dorado County health officials are strongly encouraging residents to apply DEET-based insect repellent whenever they are outdoors as prevention against West Nile Virus (WNV). Ac ...

Mad Hatters offer classes

El Dorado Hills Community Services District is co-sponsoring the Mad Hatters Knitting Group. The group meets monthly to knit hats for newborn babies and cancer patients in four loc ...

Robotics team brings home gold

The Robot Masters of the Rolling Hills Middle School robotics team claimed a gold medal at the ROBO Games held in San Francisco on March 26. "This is the first year the Robot Maste ...