People

Actually, we really don’t know

People who are agnostic or atheistic when it comes to belief in God often become fundamentalist militants when it comes to their skewed opinions about other matters of which they ( ...

Vote on March 26!

At last November’s General Election, Ted Gaines, Folsom’s State Senator, was elected to the Board of Equalization, vacating his seat in the State Legislature. On March ...

Service On Track: Folsom’s new Council member settles in

One of Folsom’s newest City Council members, Mike Kozlowski, is settling into his first elected position, and he hopes to bring a balance to the dais. The Telegraph sat down ...

Don’t fret those water releases

This time of year when the Bureau of Reclamation begins to release water from Folsom Dam, it seems the local internet chat pages come to life with our residents speaking out about ...

A sweet way to help your local newspaper

The last few weeks, I have dedicated the contents of this column space to talk about the Folsom Telegraph and our role in the community. This all started three weeks ago when I lea ...

No, really, what is love?

Today is love day. It is the day that many people wear red, buy flowers and/or chocolate and write cards with words of devotion and commitment. The one-hit wonder musician of 1993 ...

Should I rent or sell my house?

Question:  Dear Kari, My husband just received a job transfer to another state. We have the means to rent out our current home while buying a home in our new area.  ...

Sutter Middle Media Center named after Burnett family

The Folsom Cordova Unified School District hosted the naming ceremony for the Burnett Media Center at Sutter Middle School on Feb. 6, and there is much history behind the name. &l ...

We want your news for your community paper

Last week, I wrote a column that appeared in all of our area newspapers regarding a local high school teacher who presented a lesson plan that stated that newspapers are irrelevant ...

Spring in the Historic District

As I write this, I am (enjoyably) grounded in a mountain home on a blizzard weekend in Tahoe. I am here with friends, all of which I have known for many years. I have spent a lot o ...

Splurging a little at the grocery store

First, let me tell you one thing I always do and two things I never do. For nearly 20 years, almost every Sunday, I always go to Target and pick up a few things for the week. ...

Serving Her City: New Folsom Vice Mayor talks life in Folsom

Folsom’s newest Vice Mayor Sarah Aquino is excited about the next four years of her term and is ready to get to work. The Telegraph sat down with Aquino to get to know her a ...

Folsom teen reaches Eagle Rank

Folsom teen Nicholas Gladding earned the prestigious rank of Eagle Scout on Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2018 and became the 117th scout in Folsom’s Troop 94 to earn this distinguishe ...

Once again, it’s time for jury duty

Some people have complaining thoroughly wired into their DNA. Debbie Downer is a positive motivational speaker compared to them and their incessant need to spout off. I have seen m ...

Why some sold homes come back on the market

Question: Dear Kari, I have listed my home for sale with my Realtor that I have known for years. After we filed out the listing paper work, she made a comment that has stuck in m ...