editor's view

Editor's View: Newspapering isn’t a job, it’s a lifestyle

Fireworks, family, barbecues and friends – these comprise the Fourth of July holiday for many in the region. For me, it was all about balancing work with family, as I am oft ...

Editor's View: Contrary to reader's letter, Folsom Lake does cost more

Last week I took issue with the amount of moolah it takes to get inside the state parks. I knew I would catch some flak, but I stand by what I wrote. An email from one person, wis ...

Editor's View: Beating the drum is part of the Telegraph editor's job in Folsom, El Dorado Hills

Being the editor of one of the oldest newspapers in the state comes with a responsibility. For me, it could mean examining issues affecting residents, taking phone calls from an an ...

Editor's View: Folsom's booze-binging genie isn’t going back in the bottle

As much as some would like to put a cork in all the talk of businesses licensed to sale alcohol in the Folsom Historic District, I just don’t see it happening. As the editor ...

Editor's View: Big weekend slated for Folsom Lake

Bob Richards, a Folsom resident and promoter, is the driving force behind Big Wake Weekend at Folsom Lake, May 31 through June 2, and he was recently at the luncheon for the Rotary ...

Editor's View: Newspaper people are a special breed who take on a big job

I love my job and I’m not just writing these words because there is a new guy sitting in the publisher’s office down the hall from my desk. Serious newspaper people do ...

Editor's View: Teens restore faith in next generation

The annual speech contests held by many local service clubs are always a great way to renew my faith in the next generation. Couple those contests with the Mercy Auxiliary’s ...

Editor's View: Readers sound off on local trail rules

As a newspaper editor, nothing makes me happier than receiving feedback on the paper, our stories and opinion pieces. My column last week, which addressed some concerns brought up ...

Editor's View: Editor offers advice to small business owners

Wreaths around the lights on Lake Natoma Crossing and scattered about Town Center in El Dorado Hills, decorations along Sutter Street and Christmas trees in the historic district p ...

Editor's View: Reader blasts Telegraph editor's online column

As many know, I pen an online-exclusive column on the topic of weight loss and trying to stay fit with a busy lifestyle. One reader, Larry Dorsey, had this to say in a comment fol ...