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Fourth annual Turkey Trot raises $30,000

Thousands of thankful local residents gathered at the fourth annual Folsom Turkey Trot on Thanksgiving morning. The Turkey Trot is a 5K Run/Walk and 10K Run to benefit the Twin La ...

Bandits target Folsom homes

Families off visiting relatives for the Thanksgiving holiday returned to find their homes were the target of burglars. The Turkey bandits hit numerous homes on Brightstone Circle, ...

Ice rink opens with helping hands

Last week the Folsom ice rink opened with helping hands and smiling faces. The ice rink returned this year after a one-year hiatus due to financial problems. This year the Folsom H ...

Oak Ridge students reach out to impoverished kids

Sixteen miles away from El Dorado Hills in an impoverished Sacramento neighborhood, elementary school students get in trouble so they can attend Saturday school and be fed. Third ...

Heavy work stops for season

As the holiday season approaches, construction on Sutter Street will slow down for shoppers and merchants. “Teichert will not be working during shopping hours,” said Shannon Ch ...

Christmas tree lighting illuminates Town Center

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas in El Dorado Hills’ Town Center as merchants and center managers prepare for the annual Holiday Tree Lighting event. Last week wreat ...

Gotelli returns to share Christmas collection

“An Illustrated Christmas, 1860-1900,” opened at the Folsom History Museum last week with more than 85 viewers. Returning to the museum for a Christmas exhibit, artist Dolph Go ...

Locals go ‘behind bars’ to raise money for charity

Locked up and needing to post bail, local business owners and community leaders were hot on the phone asking their friends for cash Wednesday. The stunt was all part of the Muscula ...

'Living classroom' a cooperative effort

A small garden at a local elementary school drew plenty of media attention last week as a TV and radio station converged on Folsom for the unveiling. Mercy Folsom Hospital partnere ...

'Dogs fans howl for team

Friday night’s ongoing showers did not seem to have an impact on Folsom High’s football team as they punished Vacaville in the second round of the Sac Joaquin Section playoffs, ...

Folsom leaders look forward to growth area

With recent growth including a state-of-the-art performing arts center to a new mall at Palladio Lifestyle Center, the city of Folsom is looking toward the future. Some residents a ...

Job seekers receive help

Job seekers looking for a more structured search for employment can receive career guiding and counseling at a free Job Forum held Mondays from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. at the El Dorado H ...

A family act

For the Sharps, theater is a family activity, much the way other families enjoy sports or scouts. Jordan Sharp, 17, and her 15-year-old sister Jenna have appeared in more than 20 s ...