News

Folsom Lake College celebrates first decade of learning

“Somebody said the other day that Folsom Lake College is ‘poised on the precipice of greatness,’” recalls Rachel Rosenthal, the community college’s pr ...

Walk to bring awareness to hunger

Food Bank of El Dorado County will work to fight local hunger with a new community walk called the  Hangtown Hunger Walk Event. The walk will benefit 30 hunger-response agenc ...

Police, Folsom Soccer Club probing $16,000 in vandalism

Vandals have cost the Folsom Soccer Club about $16,000 this year by destroying soccer goals and nets around town. A majority of the damage has occurred in the last month, as goals ...

Students design school of the future

Six local students had an ambitious vision for designing a school of the future, and their work has earned them an international stage. The team members, who started their project ...

Friends plan fundraiser to aid Folsom family

The community rallied together Monday to support a Folsom family in need of financial assistance. Michelle Kinkaid of Folsom recently lost her husband, Jason, to a long battle wit ...

Folsom Lake College celebrates first decade

“Somebody said the other day that Folsom Lake College is ‘poised on the precipice of greatness,’” recalls Rachel Rosenthal, the community college’s p ...

Diaper drive to benefit women's shelter

One Folsom business is working to help mothers keep clean diapers on their babies this fall. Next week, Rusty and Brenna Krouse, owners of K Squared Construction in Folsom, will t ...

Cash in candy for dollars, support troops

Halloween is the time of the year for trick-or-treaters and candy. But area dentists are working to help prevent future cavities and better oral health care. Drs. Gerard Ortner an ...

EDH seeks input on EIR for new sign laws

El Dorado County’s Community Development Agency is holding a public scoping meeting at 6 p.m. Thursday regarding the environmental impact report for proposed changes to the c ...

Folsom Soccer Club offering reward for arrest and conviction of vandals

Vandals have cost the Folsom Soccer Club about $16,000 this year by destroying soccer goals and nets around town. A majority of the damage has occurred in the last month, as goals ...