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Folsom the stage for Veterans Day salute

More than 1,500 people came out to support veterans during the Veterans Day Parade through Folsom. On Nov. 11 more than 60 floats and 2,500 participants marched through Folsom in t ...

Holiday tour features historic Penryn home

One of Penryn’s oldest homes – all dressed up for the holidays – can be visited for one day only during the Loomis Basin Holiday Home Tour. Built in 1880, the Citrus Colon ...

Embezzlement sentencing delay for Placer campaign aide

A U.S. District Court judge granted a request Monday for a delay in sentencing ex-campaign aide Brian Jagger on a wire-fraud charge. Jagger pleaded guilty in July to the single wir ...

Wild turkey, pheasant hunting seasons open

The second Saturday of November marked the opening for the state’s wild turkey and the annual tromp-through-fields pheasant hunting seasons.Those hoping to put a wild turkey ...

Placer boys, Woodcreek, Vista girls claim cross country titles

Following a one-year hiatus from the Sac-Joaquin Section cross country meet, one might think Karlie Garcia would have a solid plan to earn another first-place medal to put next to ...

Predatory ADA lawsuits fought on Auburn, federal fronts

Help may be on the way for businesses threatened or already stung by so-called drive-by ADA lawsuits initiated by predatory attorneys. With the realization that lawyers are wrestli ...