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Feel like royalty in Highland Hills

One of the larger and more charming homes on the market in El Dorado Hills is 3101 Lennox Drive, a newer property in the gated Highland Hills community. The 5,500-square-foot hom ...

Banker won’t save advice for a rainy day

The smiling woman walks up to Steve Bonzell, seated at a park bench outside a Folsom transitional center on a sunny autumn afternoon, and gives him the good news. “I passed,” ...

Salmon run bigger this year

The numbers are low by historical standards, but this year’s expected 122,000 salmon run on the Sacramento River is promising. “Any improvement is good news because we’re so ...

Oak Ridge students 'CAP' big week as color guard

On Wednesday, Nov. 11, members of the Eugene L. Carnahan Cadet Squadron 85 Color Guard presented the colors for a Veteran’s Day Tribute at the El Dorado County Veteran’s Monume ...

Grizzly Academy gives at-risk teen a second chance

Jack O’Donnell’s life was going nowhere. The 17-year-old Folsom teen would spend his days sitting on the sofa playing video games, rather than going to school. His parents tri ...

'Bud' Hannaford: A life well spent

A life well spent: Born Jan. 29, 1925 Graduated from Folsom High School Worked for the Natoma Gold Dredging company after high school Catcher for the Sacramento Solons minor le ...

'Bud' Hannaford passes away at 84

George “Bud” Hannaford, who left an indelible mark on the city of Folsom, succumbed last week to pancreatic cancer. Hannaford, 84, was a third generation Folsom resident. His ...

Excessive force used by bailiff?

An El Dorado Hills woman filed a compliant against an El Dorado County court bailiff claiming he used excessive force in escorting her from a courtroom. Penny Arnold filed a compl ...

Smooth sailing for bank

Think small is the way to grow big, believes management of El Dorado Savings Bank, a success story in one of the most turbulent times for the banking industry. Add a heavy dose of ...