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Last Updated: Dec 29, 2017 12:32PM • Subscribe via RSSATOM

Read some articles from back issues of the print edition and supplemental content.

Outtakes: Christmas Tree Lighting

Dec 29, 2017

This El Dorado Hills tradition included entertainment by the caroling contest winners, music by Lost in Suburbia, open houses and more.

Outtakes: Celebration of Miracles

Dec 29, 2017

All proceeds went directly to Friends of NICU’s gas card program and temporary housing solution, which ensures more families can bond and take care of their sick babies.

Outtakes: Crocker Ball

Dec 29, 2017

Proceeds from the 56th annual signature black-tie fund-raiser allow the institution to offer valuable programming for members of the region’s underserved communities.

Outtakes: Twin Lakes Food Bank Dinner Auction

Dec 29, 2017

Twin Lakes Food Bank’s annual dinner auction celebrated “the art of serving” and helped local families in need.

Outtakes: Wayne Spence Folsom Veterans Day Parade

Dec 29, 2017

The community came out to support our veterans at this 17th annual parade that began at East Bidwell Street and Montrose Drive and finished at the Folsom Community Center.

Outtakes: Friends of Folsom Turkey Drive

Dec 29, 2017

The community and local nonprofit Friends of Folsom (FOF) donated a record 4,151 turkeys to families in need at this year’s eighth annual fund-raiser.

Outtakes: Beyond Imagination

Dec 29, 2017

Approximately 300 people gathered at the beautiful home of Drs. Janak and Nalini Mehtani for Bollywood dancing, jazz music, and Indian-inspired food.

Folsom Zoo Spotlight: Meet Golden Eagles Sierra and Pinyon

Dec 29, 2017

Welcome back, Sierra and Pinyon!

The 10 Spot: Healthy Dining Finder

Dec 29, 2017

Looking for low-cal, high protein, gluten-free, or vegan fare? Check out our healthy dining options that’ll leave you feeling fit and fine all year long. In no particular order…

Catch All: Celebrate National Blood Donor Month

Dec 29, 2017

“Every two seconds, someone needs blood, and there is no artificial substitute—only another person can give this gift,”