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Region’s conservation conversation

To adhere to state-mandated, get-tough water use restrictions in this fourth year of California’s drought, Folsom and El Dorado County, like most cities, towns and counties i ...

EDMT’s ‘High School Musical’ a professional quality pep rally

Honestly, I’ve never seen anything like this before, and I doubt that you have either. I’m talking about the end of this amazing show, but I’ll get to that in a m ...

Things To Do: May 6-12

Wednesday, May 6 “Menagerie” art exhibit from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. at The Gallery at 48 Natoma, 48 Natoma St. in Folsom. Also showing, in the Community Gallery, a display of ...

El Dorado Hills' 12th annual Art and Wine Affaire

El Dorado Hills Town Center will bring together some of the finest treats for the eyes and palate this Mother’s Day weekend at the 12th annual El Dorado Hills Art and Wine Af ...

Local ladies support Women’s Empowerment

A few local ladies have been going the extra mile to help other women rise above their circumstances and succeed. Much of their support is for the Women’s Empowerment 2015 Ga ...

Jump into the stables this summer at Sundance Springs Ranch

This summer kids and adults can explore their western side and visit the local ranch Sundance Springs Ranch. The 10-acre full service equestrian center is located off Highway 50 ...

Great Scott Bike and Walk Event kicks off regional Bike Month

In support of the regional “2015 May is Bike Month,” Sacramento County, the Cities of Folsom and Rancho Cordova, and El Dorado County are starting the month strong with ...

Local insurance agent honored for community service work

Health insurance broker Kenneth Scanavino, of Scanavino Insurance Services in Shingle Springs, is passionate about both his day-job and serving his community. Recently, Scanavino ...

St. John Notre Dame on stage and under the sea

The students at St. John Notre Dame School in Folsom will take audiences for an adventure under the sea with their upcoming performance of Disney’s “The Little Mermaid. ...