Letters to the Editor

Fix leaky drip lines

So the city achieved a 27.5 percent (water use) reduction through September. While that’s a great accomplishment, every day as I walk to work, I often wonder how many tens of ...

3 incumbents have made Folsom better

As an experienced Folsom Realtor, I live by the words: “Folsom is a great and wonderful place to live, grow our families, build our businesses and feel safe and secure.&rdquo ...

Ebola, panic: Good reason

I don’t think Americans are too concerned by ebola anymore. It looks like it is a hard-to-spread disease and we were just plain lucky. If this thing would have been airborne, ...

Yes on G will ensure that schools get even better

I’ll be graduating this May, and I’ve made some incredible memories in the halls of Folsom schools and received an excellent education that has readied me for the next ...

An opposing view from inside the shadows

Re: “Wake up, Folsom; take your town back” (Another View, Folsom Telegraph, Oct. 15):  Folsom Vice Mayor Ernie Sheldon contends that from the “inside,” ...

Bera’s water plan comes up dry; Ose’s does not

It is said that elections matter. They really do, especially when it comes to protecting your home and community. This is why the race for Congress between U.S. Rep. Ami Bera and s ...

We love Folsom the way it is

Ernie Sheldon accuses the council members of collusion with special-interests (Folsom Telegraph, Oct. 15, "Another View").  What special-interests?  Does Ernie ...

Election letters and guest columns

This week’s edition is the last issue before the Nov. 4 election featuring letters and guest columns about candidates and the races. We will still run election stories in the ...

Man's plight points to need for Prop. 46

Politicians avoid it, the media ignores it, but we live in a nation where up to 440,000 patients die each year of preventable medical errors. Many more are maimed by hosp ...

Man's plight points to need for Prop. 46

Politicians avoid it, the media ignores it, but we live in a nation where up to 440,000 patients die each year of preventable medical errors. Many more are maimed by hosp ...