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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

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

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

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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