Opinion

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 ...

Chamber endorses 3 City Council incumbents

The Folsom Chamber of Commerce supports the re-election of Mayor Kerri Howell and City Council members Steve Miklos and Andy Morin. These community leaders have earned our end ...

That next home: Fixer-upper or money pit?

Dear Kari, My wife and I have been trying to buy a home. We both have good jobs and we do not have that much extra time to fix up a home. We were clear with our real estate agent ...

Reader Input: Too many add-ons in plan

Safe, comfortable, well-maintained facilities are a critical component of the educational process, and I fully support the construction of a proper stadium at Vista Del Lago to str ...

On the Town: Scary face pancakes are back!

This is for the kids, and strictly for the kids. Scary Face pancakes are back on the menu at IHOP! The favorite concoction is available through the month of October. And on Oct. 3 ...

From Where I Sit: Welcome, Muslim Community of Folsom

Last week the Telegraph announced on its front page an open house/luncheon sponsored by the Muslim Community of Folsom on Saturday, Oct. 11. I eagerly attended this special event. ...

Want your city back? Vote for 3 new faces

With the Nov. 4 election rapidly approaching, the residents of Folsom are faced with a critical decision: Do you vote the three incumbents back in office and continue to lose contr ...