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Suspicious Indivudal Arrested after Breaking into Gold Key Storage

by Placerville Newswire / Mar 11, 2017 / comments

(PRpond. Photo credit: El Dorado County Sheriff’s Office)

EL DORADO HILLS — On March 9th, Gold Key Storage spotted a suspicious individual on a dark-colored trench coat out back. He took off running when employees tried to speak to him.

Deputies soon arrived and searched the area. One person said he’d seen a man matching the description scaling a fence and entering a building at Life Storage.

Sandwich chain considering train station location

[Mark Anderson, Sacramento Business Journal]

Local restaurant chain Sourdough & Co. is expanding, with plans including a possible location in the Sacramento train station.

The quick-serve sandwich chain began eight years ago in El Dorado Hills and now has stores in Auburn, Roseville, Lincoln and Fresno.

It is soon adding locations in Elk Grove and Sacramento on Howe Avenue, and is negotiating for a location in the city-owned, historic Sacramento Valley Station, according to Steve Presson, Sourdough’s chief financial officer...

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Kamyar Soltani of El Dorado Hills Pleads Guilty To Tax Evasion

by Placerville Newswire / Mar 11, 2017 / comments

[PRpond]

Dean Punteney, 1924 - 2017

[PRpond]

Dean Punteney, Jan. 8, 1924 — March 10, 2017

Long-time resident Dean Punteney passed away on Friday, March 10, 2017 in Placerville, Calif. He was born on Jan. 8, 1924, in Bayard, Neb., to Laurence and Laura Punteney. He was preceded in death by three wives, Alvetta, Bonnie and Virginia; his siblings, Rex, Claire and George; and his children, Wayne, Katherine and Trudy. He is survived by his dearest friend, Glen Wiley; his sister, Florence; his children, Karen (Ken), Dianna (Ross), George (Dona), Eugene, Danny, Dennis, Camilla (Lance), Brenda (Kevin), Warren, Kendall (An-Marie) and Koreena (Greg); his grandchildren, Ross Jr. (Jen), Levi, Nora (Jason), Eli, Jennifer (Jason), Landon, Angie and Christy (Jesse); and his great-grandchildren, Ava, Grace, Lily, Bonita, Jake, Spencer, Marcus, Vienna, Leighton, Russell, Wesley and Katlyn.

Dean had deep American roots that went back to the Wild West with his great uncle being one of the members of the Hole in the Wall Gang. He rode the range on horseback in his early years and was a farmer until 1942, when he joined the service to serve our country in the U.S. Army Air Corps at Watson Lake in the Yukon Territory. Once he completed his service, he became a dam builder and an accomplished carpenter known for his tenacity for precision and hired as such to help build our state capital. His work took him all over the country. However, he eventually settled down in Placerville.

Dean loved western movies, talking about life on the farm, roller skating, his service to our country and honky tonkin’. A part of our history has passed on. You will be missed, Daddy Dean.

Friends are invited to join the family at a graveside service on Thursday, March 16 at 1 p.m. at the Pleasant Valley Cemetery, 4581 Heavenly Ridge Road in Placerville. Arrangements entrusted to Chapel of the Pines.

 

El Dorado Hills Community Coffee with Assemblyman Kiley Next Friday

by Placerville Newswire / Mar 11, 2017 / comments

[PRpond]

Assemblyman Kevin Kiley invites you to the Norm Rowett Pavilion in El Dorado Hills for coffee and conversation about state and community issues.  Assemblyman Kevin Kiley represents the California 6th Assembly District, which includes parts of Placer, Sacramento, and El Dorado counties.  Kiley won the seat after Assemblywomen Beth Gaines termed-out.

Local Party actictivist Joy Knight writes,

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