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Get the holiday look at new blow-dry bar

With the holiday season just around the corner, Cherry Blow Dry Bar in Folsom’s Palladio can help women get the perfect look for every holiday party. Cherry Blow Dry Bar ope ...

17-year-old earns his wings

Just 13 days after his 17th birthday, Oak Ridge High School junior Joey Slepian earned his private pilot’s certificate. After a four-hour oral exam with FAA Flight Examiner ...

Folsom students design school of the future

Six local students had an ambitious vision for designing a school of the future, and their work has earned them an international stage. The team members, who started their project ...

Realtor of the Week: Kenneth J. Erickson

Kenneth Erickson has been a Folsom Realtor for 13 years and has lived in Folsom for almost 40 years. “Our family moved to Folsom 36 years ago, just before our son started ki ...

Cash in candy for dollars, support troops

Halloween is the time of the year for trick-or-treaters and candy. But area dentists are working to help prevent future cavities and better oral health care. Dr. Gerard Ortner and ...

Future farmers of America?

All it took was just one seed, and now it’s an approximately 100-pound pumpkin. It all started when Ted Bosque, principal of Natoma Station Elementary School, was gifted a p ...

Friends plan fundraiser to aid Folsom family

The community is rallying together next week to support a Folsom family in need of financial assistance. Michelle Kinkaid, of Folsom, recently lost her husband Jason to a long bat ...

Realtor of the Week: John J. Hayes III

Realtor John Hayes has worked in Folsom for 10 years and lived in Folsom for the last five years. Hayes and his wife, Brigitte, have a 9-year-old daughter named Katie. Brigitte ha ...

Gin Blossoms to play Saturday in Folsom

For more than two decades, Gin Blossoms have defined the sound of jangle pop. From their late 80s start as Arizona’s top indie rock outfit, the Tempe-based combo has drawn c ...

From Asperger’s to Eagle Scout

Becoming an Eagle Scout for any boy is not an easy task, but for Oak Ridge senior Jordan Lee, it was even more of a challenge because he has Asperger’s Syndrome. Asperger&rs ...