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Annual physics and engineering challenge highlights students’ creativity

Hovercrafts, catapults, laser harps, solar electric boats and other student innovations were spotlighted during Folsom High School’s eighth annual physics and engineering cha ...

STEM Day inspires Folsom students

Students at Theodore Judah Elementary School in Folsom recently participated in the school’s first STEM Day. Last Thursday, professionals with jobs in science, technology, e ...

Bow-Wow-Brunch benefits Foothill Dog Rescue

Oak Ridge High School sophomore Alyssa Clay has always loved dogs and after volunteering at local animal shelters as a child, she decided it was time for her to host a fundraiser b ...

Bestselling author Bruce Henderson to speak in EDH

Award-winning journalist and a No. 1 New York Times bestselling author Bruce Henderson will hold a special book signing in El Dorado Hills Sunday for his new book, “Rescue at ...

Folsom author describes parenting an autistic child

Folsom author David A. Seaton is bringing light to April’s Autism Awareness Month through his book, “The Mystery of Jack.” “The current rate of autism is 1 ...

Folsom suffers big loss

Maria Totushek spent the last seven years using soccer to raise money for cancer patients and in a cruel twist of fate; it’s the same disease that took her own life. Maria, ...

Seattle rock n’ roll band to perform in EDH

El Dorado Hills native and Oak Ridge High School grad Sean Clavere plays in the Seattle based rock n' roll band, “The Ramblin’ Years,” and will soon return to ...

Folsom author pens first fiction novel, ‘The Cave’

Folsom author Michela Montgomery recently debuted the first in her fiction suspense trilogy, “The Cave.” “‘The Cave’ actually began as a dream I had ...

Step into the past at annual Spring Antique Fair

The Folsom Historic District Association’s 49th annual Spring Antique Fair will overtake the Folsom Historic District this weekend. The fair is from 8 a.m.-4 p.m., Sunday, A ...

Get your game on at Tabletop Day

Approximately 500-600 board games will be available for the public to play at the International Tabletop Day starting at 11 a.m. Saturday, April 11, in the Folsom Historic District ...