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Disaster loans available to farmers, ranchers

The U.S. Department of Agriculture granted a Secretarial disaster designation to El Dorado County on Feb. 4 due to the drought intensity levels experienced for many weeks in the co ...

Sheriff’s Office seeks help in finding ring owner

The El Dorado County Sheriff’s Office is attempting to identify property alleged to have been stolen in a residential burglary at an unknown address. If you recognize this ri ...

FLC presentation discusses social justice, police relations

Last Thursday Sacramento NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) President Stephen Webb and Sacramento Police Department Officer Lt. Roman Murrietta spok ...

Two murder cases to air on National TV show ‘Deadly Sins’

Two gruesome murders from the past will be brought to life Saturday during the ID Channel airing of Deadly Sins “Teen Carnage.” The Telegraph’s Penne Usher was c ...

RadioShack closes five local stores

After more than 90 years as an enduring American brand, RadioShack Corporation this month entered bankruptcy and announced it will close more than 1,700 of its stores, five of them ...

Folsom woman on short list to Mars

Kristin Curthoys Richmond, 32, of Folsom, is one of 100 people on Earth who may be taking a one-way trip to Mars. In 2013, Richmond, a civil engineer with the Department of Water ...

Man commits suicide at Brown’s Ravine Marina

On the morning of Tuesday, Feb. 17, employees of the Brown’s Ravine Marina at Folsom Lake arrived for work and observed an adult male sitting inside a vehicle. The vehicle wa ...

Folsom grad swims into Sports Illustrated

After meeting and becoming inspired at San Diego State, Folsom High School grad Tom Standish, 29, and his fiancé Meghan Keiter, 27, have hit the big pages of Sports Illustra ...

Water conservation poster contest open to local students

The California Arts Council invites California students to participate in the Conservation Creativity Challenge Poster Contest. This contest supports State Drought Task Force effor ...

Stolen antiques returned to World Famous Barber Jon’s

“This is a story of mercy, forgiveness and hope.” That’s Barber Jon Rivera’s take on the situation after most of the priceless antiques stolen from World Fa ...