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Mountain Democrat (Newspaper) - October 8, 2007, Placerville, California Vol. 156 No. 160 2 20 Pages 6 Mountain Bruins take The Ponderosa team topped Oak Ridge four Thursday. Sports, B- Shooting verdict still out Obituaries A- The report on the June shooting wounding of three deputies and a K- 9, incident in which a man and son were still is not public, apparently being on at the state Department of Justice. A- Mountain M O N D A Y O C T O B E R 8 2 0 0 7 plus Have the Mountain Democrat delivered to your home for less than an issue. Call 530) 344- 5000 to Lew Michaele Quentin Robert Notice A- Mathew Classified ads B- Editorial A- Horoscope B- Comics B- Letters A- Logbook A- Public Notices B- Sports B- Foothill Life B- TV Guide B- C A L I F O R N I A S O L D E S T N E W S P A P E R E S T 1 8 5 SETS Oak Ridge rusher David Trifeletti broke career yardage mark. Sports, B- 1 Foothill Life, B- A STITCH IN MENDS County seamstresses healing B ROTHERLY L Democrat photo by Krysten PAT BARRON, founder of Ride for Hope, said this second annual event saw twice as participants as last By Eric Democrat staff More than 100 patients friends of former family practice physician convicted sex Patrick Knost flooded Main Street Friday to show their as a judge handed down formal After reviewing made by prison and a county Superior Court James R. Wagoner chose sentence Knost to three felony probation with additional jail time. Prior coming to court in Friday morning, Knost spent 141 days in state for a sentencing The 43- year- old was to be released within of With supporters far capacity in his Wagoner kept the open for the standing- crowd as he his Wagoner made it very to the crowd that he acted accordance with the law his decision, and that Doc gets time in sex related Big crowd turns out to support convicted Placerville see KNOST, page A- Democrat photo by Pat FORMER PHYSICIAN Patrick Knost appears Friday in Court. The Placerville man was told he was to be released having served more than 140 days in state prison and was on three years felony By Wendy Democrat staff P at Barron has a that reads, for Hope to stop abuse and end domestic Remembering ones lost. Their memories be in our hearts forever. Barron Shauna Klinger Teddy Williams Kacie Barron, 40, died 26, 2006, a victim of abuse, allegedly murdered by man still awaiting trial. family and big brother, dealt with their grief and by taking proactive A group of us who motorcycles) were having coffee break and talking all the different rides in the area and we decided it was something could do to help other said Pat Barron, In two months, by the of our and friends had organized a mile bike ride from to Fair Play via Highways and 89 through the Hope Valley to benefit the Dorado At first, when we the Center, women kind of gave us a in the headlights type of said Barron. I think thought of motorcyclists tough as being a that would be involved in domestic But they were blown when we handed over Pat Barron rides in honor slain sister see BARRON, page A- By Eric Democrat staff A closed court hearing held Friday for case murder Philip Thompson, charges are largely upon evidence allegedly linking to the 1971 Cameron Park of a Sacramento This was the time a hearing in Thompson case closed to the public the request of Dorado County Trish deputy district The purpose hearing was address a motion filed office to the testimony of a witness in case who is reportedly The testimony relates to a prison conducted of him attorney Weiner and his Fran Judge James R. Wagoner previously granted request to seal the motion information therein, Judge bars press, public courtroom during 1971 murder see CLOSED, page A- JEFF HENDERSON, executive director of Snowline By Ken Democrat staff Shingle Springs Kim Zagaris was named Chief of the Year recently the California Fire Zagaris, 51, has been chief since April 2001. office at Mather administer fire resources locally throughout all 58 counties the During the Angora Fire the Lake Tahoe area Local is Fire of the see ZAGARIS, page A- By Noel City Step 1: Identify that stifle growth in El Dorado Step 2: Fix Economic Officer Sam Driggers three months to sift county policies and He accepted the last week with a I think got opportunities ahead of said Driggers at the El County Board of meeting Oct. Driggers started the with a presentation the board on the development and said the county is an upswing in But turning inquiries businesses on the ground more and more noted Supervisor Baumann. Federal, state local regulations due to the Plan put such a heavy on those who want open a business Baumann Before they even get foot in the door Baumann The more fees and more policies we employ, harder the job becomes Supervisor Ron said to Cameron Park resident Johnston told the he has a friend who, of regulations, took County looks at process to build a see PLAN, page A- By Denise Marie Democrat staff Sandra Kelsey, Sacramento resident worked as a library for the El Dorado Library, was found morning walking on a in Seaside, Kelsey was reported Saturday morning, 29, after she failed to up for work that day. The people to see her employees at a coffee near her home about an before she was expected the Authorities in think Kelsey left the area her own accord after evidence on her that she was planning a trip Oregon. Her family this possibility, stating it was uncharacteristic of quiet but vibrant 24- year- Kelsey had not told she was planning a trip, her mother, Jill Maxwell, Missing librarian found in see FOUND, page A- By Ken Democrat staff A new executive at Snowline combines and sharp business practice make sure the non- profit serving the needs of the Jeff Henderson is Oklahoma and lived there whole life until June when moved here for the For the past 10 years he been executive director Hospice of Oklahoma. There, with wife and three sons, he took New head of Snowline talks non- profit goals, see HENDERSON, page A- 9
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