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'Dangerous Waters' show sports local angle

When people hear of a Sea-Doo, personal watercraft, they usually think of joy-riding around Folsom Lake. But for Folsom’s Steven Moll, his joy-riding turned into a 4,500-mile tri ...

Students milk opportunity with mobile dairy

Recently, one group of local students got a lesson in agriculture and nutrition from a real cow. The Mobile Dairy Classroom, an educational milking parlor on wheels, visited Russel ...

High-flying fun soars at Cyclebration

Hundreds of area residents and many other bike enthusiasts descended upon Folsom over the weekend for the fourth annual Cyclebration event. From mountain and road bike events to tr ...

Local company puts American twist on vodka

After a few martinis, two friends came together with an idea and spirit. Real estate developer Jon Sweet and contract engineer Sean Cook have been El Dorado Hills neighbors for 12 ...

Folsom Live shakes up schedule

The main headliner for Folsom Live dropped out just a few weeks prior to the event, but organizers said they found a suitable replacement. Pat Benatar, originally scheduled to perf ...

Local authors lament loss of Borders

As Borders shoppers dug through items in the Folsom store’s last few days, local authors were digging to find a new local hotspot to sell and sign their own books. The Folsom Bor ...

Youth mentoring program gets help from cyclists

Over the weekend, local athletes cycled to support Big Brothers Big Sisters’ local mentoring programs. Six riders pedaled 300 miles from Truckee through Nevada City, Grass Valley ...

Del Oro unseats undefeated Oak Ridge

LOOMIS — The Del Oro High football ran Oak Ridge ragged Friday night with an impressive 49-28 victory. Expectations of an action-packed game were high as the undefeated Trojans ...