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EDH woman overcomes abuse, publishes book

In a memoir that has been recognized by California Senator Ted Gaines, Shirlee Scribner shares her story of making the transition from child abuse victim to victor. Scribner, of E ...

Local students to participate at Sacramento STEM Fair

Students from Folsom and El Dorado Hills will join hundreds of students from across the region to put their science, technology, engineering and math skills to the test this weeken ...

Bike Closet opens in Folsom

After racing competitively for 10 years, Joseph Iannarelli saw the need to open a bicycle accessory store in Folsom. “We are not your typical bicycle shop,” Iannarelli ...

Therapy dog brings smiles to patients in need

After saying goodbye to the department, a retired 25 year veteran of the El Dorado Hills Fire Department continues to serve his community and help those in need with the help of hi ...

El Dorado County libraries honored for leadership in early childhood education

The El Dorado Hill County Libraries are being honored by the State Librarian Greg Lucas and other state officials for their innovative work and leadership in Early Childhood Educat ...

Set A Fire returns to El Dorado Hills Town Center

Last September, a group of musicians and singers who attend various local Christian churches joined together for an evening of worship, prayer and praise outdoors at the Steven You ...

Folsom artists showcase creations at new exhibit

A new art exhibit called “Art and Artists of Folsom” featured at the Folsom History Museum will highlight artwork from Folsom Arts Association members, archived items f ...

Black bears have feline friend at Folsom Zoo Sanctuary

The Folsom City Zoo Sanctuary’s black bear exhibit is home to two bears, Tahoe and Sequoia, and an unexpected feline companion. As onlookers watch the bears rest on the hill ...

National Girl Scout Weekend delivers in EDH

This weekend, Feb. 27-March 1, Girl Scouts Heart of Central California, along with its sister councils across the country will participate in National Girl Scout Cookie Weekend. & ...

UPDATED: Learn to grow small, easy-harvest fruit trees this spring

Author and nurserywoman Ann Ralph will share her new book, “Grow a Little Fruit Tree,” and teach gardeners how to grow small, easy-harvest fruit trees Saturday in El Do ...

Whole Hearted Weddings at Whole Foods in Folsom

With spring just around the corner, many brides and grooms are starting the planning for their big day. Whole Foods Market Folsom is working to help take away the pain of finding ...

Sustainable fishery now delivers to Folsom

Those looking for fresh, sustainable fish to cook at home can now pick up frozen fish in bulk locally. Anna Larsen, 33, of Sacramento, owns and operates the sustainable fishery Si ...

Senior memoir writing group publishes compilation

After a year of writing, a group of Folsom seniors published their first collection of memoirs through a memoir writing class offered at the Folsom Senior Center. Led by Folsom re ...

FLC presentation discusses social justice, police relations

Last Thursday Sacramento NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) President Stephen Webb and Sacramento Police Department Officer Lt. Roman Murrietta spok ...

Children’s Activity and Preschool Expo returns to Folsom

Now in its ninth year, the Sierra Moms’ Children’s Activity and Preschool Expo will once again offer families a unique opportunity to network with a variety of educatio ...