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Finding Aida
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Finding Aida

By Keri-Lin Horon This would be a great neighborhood for bike riding, I speculated as the clonking windshield wipers ticked like a metronome on the glass. The car, at a 12 mile per hour crawl, took us around and through tree-lined streets where serene parks seemed to pop up at […]

The Tricycle
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The Tricycle

By: Keri Horon The fog was pillowy and the air chilly when I dropped my son off at school. His Adaptive P.E. teacher must have seen my car pull up to the red curb and was heading toward me as I lifted the backpack, which sported an Angry Bird keychain […]

Youth Baseball Registration Open
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Youth Baseball Registration Open

Elk Grove is, by far, one of the largest youth sports communities in the country. Hundreds of boys and girls from all over the community play baseball annually. Elk Grove is large enough to have two dominant youth baseball programs with Elk Grove Youth Baseball and Laguna Youth Baseball. The […]

Elk Grove Turkey Trot
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Elk Grove Turkey Trot

The 8th Annual Elk Grove Turkey Trot is this Thursday – on Thanksgiving. It’s a 5K/10K annual race to benefit Courage House — homes for children rescued out of human trafficking. Hundreds of thousands of girls across the U.S. and around the world need a safe place to call home, […]

The Long Way Home
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The Long Way Home

By Wanita Zimmerman Coincidence? Divine Intervention? Arizona Highway 89 from Prescott in the middle of the State to the small settlement of Ashfork on Interstate 40 is a desolate area of brush, mesquite, sand and cacti.  The days are quite mild this time of year, but the nights, at an […]