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Bridge over boring water

It was almost all too perfect. Folsom’s new $117 million bridge needed a name, so city officials held a “Name the Bridge” contest. Residents submitted more than 800 possible ...

Who ya gonna call?

When statewide backers of a California anti-gay-marriage ballot measure need legal advice, they call a Folsom phone number. Attorney Andrew Pugno, 35, represents founders of the P ...

Finding the best spectacle in the sky

Finding the best Fourth of July fireworks show within moderate driving distance shouldn’t be difficult this year. Counting two big shows in Lake Tahoe, there are five fireworks ...

We have fireworks, but we don't want fires

With the highest chance of a fire in and around the city in a decade this year, there are a variety of safety guidelines you should follow in order to have a safe and enjoyable ...

Tight fire-making restrictions installed on public lands

Not only no fireworks allowed for Independence Day, but campfires as well are either disallowed completely or are severely restricted until further notice on federally owned ...

Folsom Lake Bowl owner Strikes back

Folsom Lake Bowl co-owner and manager Dan Dreher doesn’t care how many Strikes the competition rolls at him. Dreher believes his 30-year family-owned business will prevail when ...

EDH girl, 13, starts pre-med in fall

Despite her loss in the Democratic Party’s presidential primaries, Hillary Clinton showed big girls they can reach for the stars and duke it out with men to reach their goals. T ...

Oak Ridge High graduate receives Fulbright

An Oak Ridge High School alumnus was recently awarded a prestigious Fulbright U.S. Student Scholarship for the 2008-09 academic year. A 2004 ORHS graduate, Laura Dickson joins some ...

Low-level lake boots boaters

Because of falling water levels at Folsom Lake, the pull date for boaters to remove watercraft from the marina has been moved from July 13 to July 2. “We’ve had no rain basical ...