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Sutter Street Revitalization comes to life

WHERE TO GO? Visitors study the temporary directory displayed on Sutter Street. Photo by Roberta Long

The new old Folsom Historic District springs to life as winter dies down and heavy equipment clears Sutter Street. “People are coming back and they like what they see,” said Jim Snook, owner of Snook’s Chocolate Factory in the heart of Sutter Street. Folsom Lake Bank President Bob Flautt stepped out onto Sutter Street and paused. […]

No Comment / February 18, 2011 | Posted in Feature Photos,News | Read More »

Beloved pastor retires from Folsom’s Trinity Episcopal

Father Charles Cornell came to Trinity Episcopal Church in November 1998. Though he has retired from leading his congregation, he continues to explore and study faith. VIllage Life photo by Shelly Thorene

Twelve years ago the Rev. Charles Cornell arrived in Folsom to lead and to grow an Episcopal congregation. What he learned at Trinity Episcopal Church helped to grow him in return. “I learned how to administrate a staff here,” he said. “And I clarified my core principles and beliefs. I learned how to articulate here.” […]

No Comment / February 17, 2011 | Posted in Feature Photos,News | Read More »

RecycleBank coming soon

Garbage-Truck-WEB

Recyclebank is coming to El Dorado Hills. The program offers residents incentives to do what they already do, separate their recyclables, preserve the landfills and do their part for the environment. A kickoff party will be held  on Saturday, Feb. 26, in the Nugget Market parking lot in El Dorado Hills at 10 a.m. Beginning Feb. 28 […]

1 Comment / February 16, 2011 | Posted in Feature Photos,News | Read More »

Travel the world without leaving home

STUDENTS FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD are coming to California this summer to study American culture. Consider becoming a host family. Courtesy photo

Host families are needed for exchange students for three-and-a-half weeks this summer. Education First’s Educational Homestay Programs is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting international student exchange. We know that today’s world is a global one, and that it is exceedingly important for young people to expand their horizons. Our programs allow students ages 12-18 to experience life […]

No Comment / February 16, 2011 | Posted in Featured Stories,News | Read More »

Birthday boy wins Pinewood Derby

Nicholas Stolecki, age 11, with his Pinewood Derby Finals Commemorative Sam HarryTrophy.

On his 11th birthday Nick Stolecki took home the trophy at the local Pinewood Derby Finals. Nick’s pinewood derby car posted a lightning fast new track record of 3.04 seconds and raced against the fastest cars from the local Cub Scout packs. This annual event was held at Silva Valley Elementary school on Saturday, Jan. […]

No Comment / February 16, 2011 | Posted in Featured Stories,News | Read More »

EDH fire captains fight disciplinary actions, counter with lawsuit

Two El Dorado Fire captains placed on paid administrative leave for alleged, undisclosed actions against a pregnant firefighter await the outcome of arbitration regarding the fire district’s disciplinary actions, and a federal lawsuit the men filed last year. Dave Merino and Steve Maranville, pulled off duty 22 months ago, claim the El Dorado Hills Fire […]

2 Comments / February 16, 2011 | Posted in Featured Stories,News | Read More »

Go for a hike (and more) with the American River Conservancy

Wakamatsu/Gold Hill walk and historic tours First & third Saturdays in March, April & May 10 a.m. to noon Join ARC trained docents for a firsthand look at the property recently acquired by ARC. This ranch is an interesting mosaic of springs, streams, wetlands, blue and live oak forest, sweeping vistas and prime agricultural soil.  […]

No Comment / February 15, 2011 | Posted in Featured Stories,News | Read More »