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SacSings! – a personal perspective
Thursday Jun 18 2015
The second annual Sacramento Choral Festival, SacSings!, kept Harris Center humming over this past weekend. In three concerts over two days, 15 area choruses with nearly 700 singer ...
Shunning razor for a good cause kind of grows on you
Wednesday Dec 03 2014
I’ve always been interested in what a beard would look like on this mug of mine, so when my son threw down the gauntlet and said I should do “No shave November,” ...
2 state bills would choke businesses
Friday Aug 22 2014
Over the years, California has earned a reputation of not being friendly to business interests, and thus we have seen states like Texas come try to pry businesses to move out of ...
Editorial: California’s counties could learn from the nation’s only prison rodeo
Friday Jun 14 2013
Editor’s Note: On April 20, Gold Country Media reporter Scott Thomas Anderson spent the day at the Angola Prison Rodeo, held at the Louisiana State Penitentiary, two hours no ...
Press Tribune at Angola Prison Rodeo
Friday Jun 14 2013
Prop 30 provides relief, but isn't schools' magic cure in Folsom Cordova Unified School District
Wednesday May 08 2013
While Proposition 30’s success at the polls does provide relief for our schools, it is not an automatic solution to all district financial issues. The misconception with the ...
Editor's View: Teens restore faith in next generation
Wednesday Mar 20 2013
The annual speech contests held by many local service clubs are always a great way to renew my faith in the next generation. Couple those contests with the Mercy Auxiliary’s ...
Editor's view: Remembrances, the fair and food
Wednesday Feb 27 2013
Cathy Runnels, the assistant superintendent of Human Resources for the Folsom Cordova Unified School District, passed away Feb. 20 after “valiantly fighting … breast c ...
Editor's View: Saluting longtime newspaper man Joe Carroll
Wednesday Feb 13 2013
I’ve had the privilege of working with some great mentors in the newspaper industry and one of the most influential for me has been Joe Carroll. His name may not be as famil ...
From Where I Sit: This year's Super Bowl will be a game that can't lose
Tuesday Jan 29 2013
I took a brief walk around the block before sitting down to write a bit. It was my kind of night – a little bit of fog, a little bit of mist. It suits a depressive personalit ...
Editor's View: Readers sound off on local trail rules
Tuesday Jan 15 2013
As a newspaper editor, nothing makes me happier than receiving feedback on the paper, our stories and opinion pieces. My column last week, which addressed some concerns brought up ...
From Where I Sit: They don’t write them like they used to
Monday Jan 14 2013
Way back in August of 1927, Marjorie Tschudin entered this world, not knowing that 32 years later she would become my mother. In November of that same year Clara Ann Fowler was al ...
Editor's View: New trail rules vex reader
Tuesday Jan 08 2013
Sometimes, a week of vacation can help put some things in perspective. First, I have great kids who fill me with a lot of joy. Second, I work with some great people who have their ...
City Scene: Paving the way to a bright future
Tuesday Dec 18 2012
While the economy continued to struggle in 2012, city leaders navigated the course toward Folsom’s future with a goal of building upon the distinctive quality of life that ma ...
Editor's View: Vista finds voice through student scribes
Tuesday Dec 18 2012
I had the honor of speaking to a class at Vista del Lago High School last week. The students are all working on the school’s first newspaper. Under the guidance of Janice Jo ...
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