editorial

Reader input letters 101

In light of a previous question about the Folsom Telegraph’s opinion section — concerning whose letters and columns get printed, and why — now is a good time to c ...

A day that will live in infamy

As the years go by, fewer people are alive now who fought in World War II, or at least were alive when it began for America. Estimates are that about a million citizens who served ...

Banging a drum for your brother

Last week many of us spent the Thanksgiving holiday with friends and family. For many, traveling afar was commonplace. For others, like me, it was a gathering of relatives all of w ...

Our View: Like it or not, growth is coming fast

Lately much debate and public commentary has been on the topic of the growth coming to our city, especially south of Highway 50 for a development known as Folsom Ranch or simply th ...

Not complaining, just observing

Just when I thought we were done with summer, here it goes getting, as someone said, “historically hot,” and for an extended period of time to boot. I like to call it t ...

FANGA has its bite on America

A funny cartoon depicts the bride and groom leaving the church after the wedding and as he holds the door of the limo open for her, she turns to him and says, “You’ve c ...

Keeping Folsom’s streets safe

Transportation has long played an important role in creating and maintaining a high quality of life in Folsom. More than a convenience, well planned and safe roads benefit the enti ...

Let’s all recite the creed

Okay guys, gather round, grab a seat and pay attention. We are going to recite the creed. I want all of you to participate. That’s right, let’s see everyone’ ...