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Fusion secures tourney win

U10 El Dorado Hills Competitive Team Fusion won the recent Roseville Fall Classic. The girls — Alyssa Fong, Alena Manuselis, Jessica Polson, Maddie Irwin, Lucy Sundstrom, Lauren Rodenberg, Lauren Brown, Jolie Jeffrey, Nicole Masich, Avery Middleton, Megan Purdy and Miranda Rivera coached by Paul Fong and Nick Manuselis — were undefeated in games against East Sac […]

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Folsom Symphony season opens with unfinished symphony

Many composers leave unfinished works, but none is more shrouded in mystery than Franz Schubert’s Symphony No. 8, to be performed at the Folsom Symphony’s season opener Oct. 20. Most unfinished symphonies are cut short when their composers die, but that isn’t the case with Schubert. He wrote a ninth symphony after leaving his eighth […]

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This is the ’60s … 50 years later

The 1960s was an exciting, innovative decade in the history of popular music. Through a creative blending of live music performance, film, dance, lighting, computer-generated imagery and high-concept stage design, “This Is The ’60s” offers an evening’s immersion into the pop culture of the 1960s. Utilizing everything from TV commercials, retro dance numbers, vintage fashions […]

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Clean up, shape up and dress up

Community Clean Up Day                                                                                                       […]

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Hometown hero: Leslie Anderson

Army National Guard Pvt. Leslie C. Anderson has graduated from Basic Combat Training at Fort Leonard Wood, Waynesville, Mo. During the nine weeks of training, the soldier received instruction in drill and ceremony, weapons, rifle marksmanship qualification, bayonet combat, chemical warfare, field training and tactical exercises, marches, military courtesy, military justice, physical fitness, first aid, […]

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Run For Courage this Saturday

Thousands expected to stand up against modern day slavery At 8 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 29, Run For Courage will host its third annual Race to End Human Trafficking. Together on the field with more than 40 retail vendors, other anti-trafficking organizations and six survivors of trafficking, the Run For Courage team hopes to increase awareness […]

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Trojans tennis takes down Pleasant Grove

After a spotty preseason Oak Ridge’s tennis team opened league against Pleasant Grove last Tuesday. PG was the third place team in the league last year. The Trojans had some girls down with flu and injuries but players on the court stepped up and got an 8-1 win. “Our top six singles players have been […]

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