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EDH robotics team en route to Tokyo

For Oak Ridge students Brian Kim and Katie Tucker, LEGOs are not just plastic building blocks stashed away with other childhood toys – they are their tickets to Tokyo, Japan. W ...

Caution: West Nile Virus season coming

With warmer weather approaching, the El Dorado County Environmental Management and Public Health departments are reminding residents to take precautions to prevent West Nile Virus ...

Real Estate Briefs

EcoBroker offers ‘green’ tips for real estate agents EcoBroker International’s education and designation program is designed exclusively for real estate professionals who c ...

Folsom Lake Recreation Area meeting tonight

In response to public concerns, the review and comment period for the Folsom Lake State Recreation Area draft plan has been extended again to April 30 and a third public meeting wi ...

EDH house mixed up in tribal-sovereignty suit

Tribal sovereignty and alleged shoddy construction at an El Dorado Hills house make strange bedfellows in a legal case that could reach the U.S. Supreme Court. When Rita Carns hire ...

Teresi rolling in campaign dough

In El Dorado County these days, the litter along the campaign trail is money. Among 10 candidates, the pair of supervisor’s races has citizens and companies coughing up cash clos ...

TYME presents ‘Alice’ this week

Talented Youth Musical Experience will perform “Alice in Wonderland” Thursday and Friday at Lakeview School, 3371 Brittany Way. Tickets in advance are $5 adult, $4 student. At ...

Kids across EDH turn off the boob tube

According to TV-Free America, the average child watches 1,680 minutes of television per week, the average American youth watches 900 hours of television each year, and 73 percent o ...

Too many cooks in the kitchen? Not here

Too tired to cook dinner after a day’s work? Hungry for grub that’s ready to go when you’re not? Not up for drive-in cuisine? How about Walk-in? The latter is an option a ...

‘Sportscap’ bank robber sentenced to 7 years

The robber who held up the Citibank branch on Greenback Lane in Folsom a year ago to cap a wild, five-bank string of jobs in a month’s time drew a prison sentence March 31. Rober ...

Bad blood

A reportedly high venereal-disease rate among U.S. teens and persistent rumors it’s even higher in Folsom could combine to hamper local blood drives. And despite an urgent feder ...

FHS exchange student wins Camellia Cup

Moritz Von Werdt, a 17-year old Folsom High School exchange student from Zurich, Switzerland, sailing “Spyder Byte,” a borrowed Megabyte in the Open Centerboard division, won t ...

EcoBroker offers ‘green’ tips for real estate agents

EcoBroker International’s education and designation program is designed exclusively for real estate professionals who care about the environment and want to help their clients be ...

A green floor? Well, it’s not that far-fetched if you think about it

Is the flooring in your home ethical? Now that Al Gore got our attention with his “Inconvenient Truth” documentary about the effects of global warming, we realize that we can l ...