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Editor's View: Group serves area newcomers

After a holiday break from penning this weekly column, it’s time to get back into things. Ruth Anderson moved to Folsom a little more than a year-and-a-half ago based on a photo ...

Editor's view: Mark's just fine, thanks for asking

Mark Ferreira, the guy at Stage Nine Theatre/Garbeau’s in Folsom, has had some explaining to do. It seems that Mark Ferreira’s name is very similar to Mark Barrera and many ha ...

Editor's view: Why has the rink been put on ice?

Rumors abound regarding the recent news why plans for the ice rink on Sutter Street have been put hold, at least for this year. One caller claims it was due to law suits resulting ...

Retired cop still on job

Rosie Kessell, with the Folsom Police Department, has her hands full. A 2006 retiree who never really left, Rosie wore the badge for years as a police officer and now oversees the ...

Think it can't happen to you? Think again

Working in the ink-slinging business for two decades, I’ve covered some horrific stories. From multiple fatal car accidents to murders to kidnappings, the tales of woe are plenty ...

Vets continue to serve community

The American Legion, housed at the Veterans Memorial Hall, turns 80 on Nov. 11. Chartered on this day in 1929 as the Folsom Blodgett Post 362 of the American Legion, the modern da ...

Explosions to close new bridge?

Heck, I thought the new bridge just opened. So why, beginning in mid-June, will motorists find a blocked bridge and “detours” routing them back through the Folsom Historic Busi ...

New look, new bar and same ol’ Sac

The Telegraph is going through some upgrades, as you’ll notice by this week’s new and improved edition. Our goal is to make the paper easier to read, more user friendly and rea ...

Scouts, patriotism and Elliott the robot

GOOD NEWS DEPT. — Danielle Jolette of El Dorado Hills recently pitched in to liven up the scenery at the Folsom Zoo Sanctuary. Armed with a paint brush, the Girl Scout created a ...