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Michelle lives in the Vintage Park area with her husband and two boxers, Jackson and Lucy. She enjoys writing, cooking, gardening and renovating their home. She is involved in community activities such as the RCPD Citizen's Academy and Leadership Rancho Cordova Class of 2009. Michelle happily joined the Rancho Cordova Post team in June, 2008.

Napa Valley Wine Train Offers Historic Charm, Impressive Service Within Driving Distance of Home

Recently, I had the opportunity to spend some quality time with my mom aboard the Napa Valley Wine Train. If you haven’t had the chance to ride the train recently, you will be pleasantly surprised with both the impeccable service and delicious food served on both the lunch and dinner train rides.

SMUD Offices to Have Holiday Hours

Sacramento Municipal Utility District offices will close at 2 p.m. on Thursday, December 23, 2010 and be closed all day on Friday, December 24, 2010 in observance of Christmas. The following regular business hours will resume on Monday, December 27: Residential customer phone service 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. 1 -888-742-SMUD (7683) Commercial customer phone [...]

SMUD Board of Directors Approves 2011 Budget

The Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD) Board of Directors has approved a $1.54 billion budget. The 2011 budget provides funding for all programs, projects and initiatives needed to meet the strategic targets set by the SMUD Directors, while cutting costs without compromising customer service.

Rancho Cordova IAAP to Host Networking Event

The Rancho Cordova Chapter of International Association of Administrative Professionals is hosting a networking event for administrative professionals to learn more about IAAP. “Mix it Up” will be held on Thursday, December 2, from 4 to 7 p.m. at Hotel Sierra located at 11260 Point East Drive in Rancho Cordova. In addition to networking, hors┬ád’oeuvres [...]

Black Friday Sales Abound in Post Thanksgiving Shopping Madness

Black Friday

I love Thanksgiving. I love the turkey and cranberry sauce. I love watching “It’s a Wonderful Life” with the family in our pajamas as we recover from a delicious dinner and one too many slices of pie. I might blame the turkey, but it’s really a plot to get the most out of Black Friday [...]

RC Chamber of Commerce and Holiday Inn to Host Networking for Charity

Rancho Cordova Chamber of Commerce

The Rancho Cordova Chamber of Commerce is partnering with Holiday Inn Rancho Cordova for a charity networking event. Not only will you be able to network with more than 50 other business exhibitors, but you will also be supporting multiple causes while attending Networking for Charity.

BounceU Hosts Food Drives to Benefit Local Food Banks

Bounce U

BounceU might be new to Rancho Cordova, but owner Josephine Suryono knows the importance of food drives. Located at 11280 Sanders Drive in Rancho Cordova and 7611 Galilee Road in Roseville, BounceU, will be hosting a series of food drives called Kids Feeding Kids. The first will be this Friday, November 19 in Rancho Cordova, [...]

2010 Local Election Results

Election night was an exciting one for many across the country. In our neck of the woods, things were no less intense. Incumbents Linda Budge and Dan Skogland will serve another term on Rancho Cordova City Council. The race for Sacramento County Sheriff has not been officially called at this time, however, 100% of precincts [...]

Weekend Activities Include Night of 1000 Pumpkins and Safetyville USA’s Harvest Festival


Halloween weekend activities include Safetyville’s Harvest Festival, Funderland’s Halloween Spooktacular, One Scary Night, Folsom’s Second Annual Fall Fest, and Night of 1000 Pumpkins.

Weekend Activities Include Monster Mash at Fairytale Town and the Woodland Corn Maze

Out and About

Weekend activities include Monster Mash at Fairytale town, the Woodland Corn Maze, and Bodies Revealed.

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