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El Dorado Hills Library receives high praise

The El Dorado Hills Library earned high marks from the recent grand jury review. Members of the El Dorado County Grand Jury made “an announced visit on Jan. 6, 2009” and toure ...

El Dorado Hills residents protest EID’s proposed rate hike

Hundreds of angered El Dorado Hills residents turned out for a Wednesday public meeting to voice their concerns over the El Dorado Irrigation District’s proposed rate hike. AT le ...

Couple leaves Afghanistan sands for Folsom

Less than seven months ago, enemy sniper fire rained down on Natalie Thomas as she tended to a wounded man. Now Natalie, 23, sits alongside her husband Jordan Thomas, 24, in her pa ...

Samuel Horne's Tavern taps into Sutter Street

Samuel Horne’s Tavern opened just a few months ago on Sutter Street and is already home for many local beer connoisseurs. “This is really a home bar. My first priority is to ge ...

Mobile arcade brings games home

The pizza arcade may be a thing of the past, with the latest wave in video game birthday parties to hit the streets. Thanks to Games2u, there is now a choice. “Sure, you can pack ...

Coldwell Banker collects 5,700 toys, 1,600 coats

Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage announced that it collected 5,709 toys and 1,664 coats this holiday season to benefit families in need throughout Northern California. The T ...

Financial Focus: Time to keep New Year’s financial resolutions

Like many people, you probably made some New Year’s resolutions. Perhaps you promised yourself that you’ll visit the gym more often or learn a new language or reconnect with a ...

Economy top topic for forecast

The 2010 Economic Forecast, presented by the Appraisal Institute’s Sacramento Sierra Chapter, will be held at 7:30 a.m. on Friday, Jan. 15, at Doubletree Hotel, 2001 Point West W ...

Business community puts out kidney call

The Folsom Chamber of Commerce sent out a recent notice to members calling for help. “It has come to our attention that one of our Chamber family members has a great need,” re ...

Market Matters: Starter homes harder to find

Buyers already need the patience of Job to close a short sale, which currently represents anywhere from 45-65 percent of all home purchases in our area. The statistics show that ...