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Too much of a good thing?

The recent rains have raised the lake's level by nearly 10 feet in the first seven days of May. While that may be good news for the drought-stricken state and those who depend on t ...

Two nabbed in alleged multi-county robbery spree

An alleged multi-county burglary spree has been stopped thanks to a Folsom Police officer who was looking for a quiet place to finish up some paperwork. On Wednesday shortly befor ...

Folsom cop in hot water

Folsom Police Officer Evan Fardanesh, 34, was arrested earlier this week on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol and battery after an incident at a local eatery. Fol ...

BLM moving to new digs in El Dorado Hills

The Bureau of Land Management's (BLM) Folsom Field Office is moving from its current location at 63 Natoma St. in Folsom, to a new building at 5152 Hillsdale Circle in El Dorado Hi ...

Queen sought for Folsom Pro Rodeo

Applications are now being accepted for the 2009 Folsom Pro Rodeo Queen Contest. Women with a passion for horses and rodeo and who are between the ages of 18 to 24 are invited to p ...

Stanford Home for Children seeking help

While there are more than 50 Sacramento nonprofits offering foster care, Stanford Home for Children is one of only three that offer "intensive treatment foster care." The group of ...

B-52 Air Force navigator turns to teaching

Duff Holt is a sixth-grade science and math teacher at Marina Village Middle School in El Dorado Hills. Q: How long have you been a teacher and why did you want to get into the ed ...

Crime log, April 26-28

April 26 At 12:11 a.m. at Glenn Drive and Duchow Way, Folsom resident Gabriel Aguilera, 22, allegedly struck a parked car and fled her vehicle on foot. She was arrested on suspici ...

Some kind of wonderful

Cassie Alaniz feels her life has been blessed as a result of working to enrich the lives of local foster children. Alaniz, of El Dorado Hills, is the executive director of Sacrame ...