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Serving up food, wine and fun

Food, wine and friends came together under sunny skies and the shade of olive trees Saturday for the 16th annual Wine at Town Center. The Rotary clubs of Cameron Park and El Dorad ...

An ultrarunner is born

I’ve done many adventurous things in my life.I’ve traveled the world, fought fire in the Marine Corps, logged thousands of miles on my bike and climbed a few mountains ...

Tragedy strikes newlyweds on honeymoon

A romantic honeymoon in the Bahamas ended in tragedy for a local couple. Crystal Andrews-Rodriguez, 22, was killed and her husband, Victor, is fighting for his life in a hospital. ...

Busy sports weekend - from Squaw Valley to wine country

These summer days are anything but lazy. A more appropriate word would be crazy, especially to describe this weekend.Wheels are turning — with and without engines. Endurance ...

Kids gear up to bust some mutton

When it comes to mutton busting at the Folsom Rodeo one thing is a sure thing: the kids fall off the sheep a lot sooner than they think they will. Ask any participant prior to the ...

Five decades of tradition at western store

Belts, boots and hats are rodeo style, and one Folsom business has kept that spirit alive for 50 years. Handley’s Western Wear, 314 East Bidwell St. in Folsom, has been a sponso ...

Cattle make way down Sutter Street

Drawing from its rich cattle and railroad heritage, one of the last cattle drives in the state returns this month. Approximately 50 long-horn cattle will trot down Sutter Street f ...

Motocross rider to display skills each night

The Folsom Pro Rodeo is “catching air” this year with the high flying performance of Jesse Jolson, professional motocross rider. A native of Wheatland, Jolson has been a motocr ...

Painted Ladies a patriotic rodeo attraction

The Painted Ladies Rodeo Performers will take to the arena once again to wow the crowds at this year’s Folsom Pro Rodeo. “We perform all over the state at a variety of events, ...