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Thank you, Maestro, for bringing your gifts to our community

Scripture teaches that there is a time and a season for everything. For the last decade, we in the tri-county area surrounding Folsom Lake enjoyed seeing the genesis and growth of a remarkable community symphony orchestra. It is composed largely of musician volunteers and is a thriving entity. Established first as the Folsom Lake Symphony […]

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CSD backs first EDH Trails project

Dozens of mountain bike riders and community supporters came to the El Dorado Hills Community Services District’s monthly directors’ meeting to detail a plan that would link El Dorado Hills Boulevard to Promontory Village via a dirt trail and bike skills loop. El Dorado Hills resident and founder of EDH Trails Mike O’Neil led the […]

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Providence, Clairborne win titles

Trojan Brandon Claiborne, left, faces Ponderosa's Colin Hustrulid at the 2013 Marty Manges tournament. Claiborne came out on top at this match and subsequent meetings between the two wrestlers. Photo courtesy of James Protilla Sr.

18 Bruin, Trojan grapplers advance to Masters ELK GROVE — Four months ago, Ponderosa High wrestler Trae Providence knew sacrifices had to be met in order to lose 10 pounds to compete in the 160-pound class. “I cut down all of the junk food,” Providence said. “I just had to eat smart and keep running. I completely feel […]

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Trojans edge Bruins in league finale

Oak Ridge High’s varsity boys basketball team hosted Delta River League and intra-county rival Ponderosa Tuesday, topping the Bruins 56-47 in the league finale. Fans treated the showdown as if it was a section semifinal, giving both squads an electric environment to compete in. The Trojans’ win secured a playoff spot. “Playing against Oak Ridge […]

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Oak Ridge goes 10-0

Oak Ridge's Jenn Hoffman moves past two Pondo defenders during last Tuesday's game. The Lady Trojans decidedly won the intra-county match. Photo courtesy of Michael Bettencourt

SHINGLE SPRINGS — Oak Ridge’s 16-1 run to open the second half, led by nine consecutive points from Ali Bettencourt, decided Tuesday’s intra-county matchup with host Ponderosa. The burst opened a big lead and carried the Lady Trojans to the 76-40 victory. The win closed the Delta River League schedule, giving Troy a perfect 10-0 […]

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Senior News: February 2014

Valentine’s Day party With close to 270 attending, this party was a great success. Thanks to all who attended. I know everyone had a good time with our Fun Time Band playing the music we all like and the dancers love to dance to. I will have to practice my Texas two-step and get out […]

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SIRO-A: The Digital Technodelic Experiment

SIRO-A fuses human movement with technology and music. The group comes to the Harris Center March 4 & 5. Courtesy photo

FOLSOM — The next generation of entertainment from Japan is set to arrive at Harris Center for the Arts as SIRO-A, a six-member strong performance group from Sendai, makes its West Coast debut March 4. Set against a heavy, pulsing techno beat, the show features intricately choreographed projections, LED suits, lights and lasers. A recent […]

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