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Dancing her way to the Big Apple

From Granite Bay to Grand Central Station, Molly Griffin is a mere month away from having her childhood dreams realized. The Granite Bay High School alum was recently notified she ...

$58 million of marijuana goes up in smoke

On Saturday, June 20, El Dorado County Sheriff’s narcotics detectives located and eradicated a large outdoor marijuana grow in El Dorado Hills worth $58 million. The plants were ...

Fifty things to do

The Fabulous 50, more commonly known as Highway 50, offers visitors and travelers many options ranging from live performances to outdoor recreation. This list is certainly not comp ...

Got off the couch and explore Highway 50

Highway 50 has served gold miners, long-haul truckers and now even families just looking for some fun. The highway takes travelers up to Tahoe, into the mountains and even right ...

Bust that mutton

The popular mutton busting competition returns to the 49th Folsom Pro Rodeo. In front of cheering rodeo fans, the tots get a chance to tangle with a woolly beast (or rather, a shee ...

No bull when it comes to this run

It may not be Spain’s famous Running of the Bulls, but Folsom’s version is probably much safer. The very first “Running of the Bullipedes” will be at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, ...

Kids strike silver

During the Gold Rush, miners stood hip deep in the ice-cold waters of the American River to find a flake of gold. Kids have it so much easier these days. During the Folsom Pro Rod ...

Plenty of high-flying fun at rodeo

Dancing horses, a shoot-out on Sutter Street, a skydiver waving Old Glory and good ol’ country music are on tap to entertain the crowds during the Folsom Pro Rodeo. MUSIC SCENE ...

Rodeo kick-off is tonight

The days of the Old West, when men rode horses with six-shooters at their sides while moving cattle hundreds of miles, will be brought back to Folsom for the Cattle Drive kick-off ...