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Kayaker airlifted from American River

A New Hampshire man is in serious condition after he was airlifted during a night rescue from the American River. News of the Tuesday night rescue was released Thursday afternoon ...

These computer whizzes are no hacks

Oak Ridge High computer science club students took third place recently in an international computer competition. More than 33,000 participants from 52 countries competed in the Th ...

Porter named freshman All-American at Cal

Every college baseball player dreams of a chance to play in the College World Series, and for one local student, that dream became reality. It is the pinnacle of the college baseb ...

El Dorado Hills advances two teams

Two El Dorado Hills teams advanced to tournament play last week in California District 54 Little League All-Star play. The 9-10-year-old team, coached by Chris Hansen and the 10-1 ...

Taking a shot at the national stage

Oak Ridge lacrosse star Morgan Bakarich traveled to Baltimore, Maryland, for the 2011 Under Armour All-American Classic tournament after being named to the first-ever West Girls Al ...

Oak Ridge alum takes hoops trip to Poland

Former Oak Ridge basketball point guard Matt Mendoza and 12 others will travel to Zakosciele, Poland, to participate in a basketball mission trip organized by PROeM Ministries and ...

Local women ride for organ re-cycling

Very few American citizens can say that they’ve had the opportunity to travel across the country. Even fewer will tell you that they have made the cross-country trip via bicycle. ...

Navigating the blue

Children ruled the water last week at the Sacramento State Aquatic Center’s “Special Basic Patriotic Camp” on Lake Natoma in Gold River. The Special Basic Patriotic Camp, whi ...

Rodeo cowboys not deterred by injuries

By Laura Newell Telegraph staff writer During the Folsom Pro Rodeo, some cowboys experienced severe injuries, but that won’t keep them from getting back in saddle. While bull rid ...