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Tuesday, Sep 17
10:00 AM Grief Support Classes Offered By Hospice of Amador & Calaveras
Wednesday, Sep 18
06:00 PM Overeaters Anonymous (OA)
06:30 PM Overeaters Anonymous (OA) Meeting
Thursday, Sep 19
04:00 PM CalaverasGROWN Certified Farmers Market Opens June 13th in San Andreas
Friday, Sep 20
All Day Get Your Fill of Fish & Chips Every Friday at Gooney's Bar & Grill
05:00 PM The Angels Camp Farmers Market is Every Friday Till Fall
06:00 PM Hospice of Amador & Calaveras’ 20th Annual Art Auction at Karmère Winery & Vineyards!
Saturday, Sep 21
All Day The Hopper Connects You to Calaveras's Wine Country & More
All Day Ride The Rails Into History at Railtown 1897
09:00 AM Bear Valley Ski Club's Annual Ski Sale
10:00 AM Old Timers Museum Walking Tours Are Every Saturday at 10am.
11:00 AM Town Tours of Columbia State Historic Park Every Weekend!
01:00 PM Spend the Summer at Big Trees State Park. Guided Hikes Every Weekend
03:30 PM Days of Wine and Noses
03:30 PM Days of Wine and Noses
06:00 PM The Bistro Espresso, "Music in the Park" Summer Concert Series
07:00 PM Los Pinguos – Hot Argentine Folk Groove Band
Sunday, Sep 22
All Day Ride The Rails Into History at Railtown 1897
09:00 AM Our Sunday Edition with Local Features, Local Specials & More Every Sunday By 9am!
09:00 AM Murphys Farmers Market is Every Sunday From 9am - 1pm
11:00 AM Town Tours of Columbia State Historic Park Every Weekend!
01:00 PM Spend the Summer at Big Trees State Park. Guided Hikes Every Weekend
Tuesday, Sep 24
10:00 AM Grief Support Classes Offered By Hospice of Amador & Calaveras
Wednesday, Sep 25
05:45 PM Democratic Congressional Candidate Forum
06:00 PM Overeaters Anonymous (OA)
06:30 PM Overeaters Anonymous (OA) Meeting
Thursday, Sep 26
10:00 AM VA Training Health Care Training on Sept 26th
04:00 PM CalaverasGROWN Certified Farmers Market Opens June 13th in San Andreas
05:00 PM Kathleen Brown, Former Ca State Treasurer, to Tell Brown Family Story At Calaveras County Historical
Friday, Sep 27
All Day Get Your Fill of Fish & Chips Every Friday at Gooney's Bar & Grill
05:00 PM The Angels Camp Farmers Market is Every Friday Till Fall
Saturday, Sep 28
All Day Mark Twain Medical Center Showcases Local Health Resources at Fall Health Fair
All Day Shop Local at Spence Ranch Feed & Supply! Customer Appreciation Sale September 28th!
All Day The Hopper Connects You to Calaveras's Wine Country & More
All Day Ride The Rails Into History at Railtown 1897
09:00 AM Free Rabies Vaccinations & Microchipping at Spence Ranch Feed & Supply on September 28th
09:00 AM 3rd Annual Breathe Deep Amador Crazy Hat/Hair 5K Fun Run/Walk
10:00 AM Old Timers Museum Walking Tours Are Every Saturday at 10am.
11:00 AM Town Tours of Columbia State Historic Park Every Weekend!
01:00 PM Spend the Summer at Big Trees State Park. Guided Hikes Every Weekend
06:00 PM The Bistro Espresso, "Music in the Park" Summer Concert Series
07:00 PM The Easy Leaves with opener Trevor McSpadden – Country, the lean Bakersfield sound
Sunday, Sep 29
All Day Ride The Rails Into History at Railtown 1897
09:00 AM Murphys Farmers Market is Every Sunday From 9am - 1pm
09:00 AM Our Sunday Edition with Local Features, Local Specials & More Every Sunday By 9am!
11:00 AM Town Tours of Columbia State Historic Park Every Weekend!
01:00 PM Spend the Summer at Big Trees State Park. Guided Hikes Every Weekend

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Red Cross Urges Safety and Preparedness as Busy, Drought-Fueled Wildfire Season Continues

Posted by: Lea_Marie_C_Paar on 07/16/2014 08:53 PM
Sacramento, Ca – As California continues to endure an historic drought, summer heat and exceptionally dry conditions have given way to numerous wildfires throughout the state. In the Capital Region, firefighters continue to battle the Bully Fire in Shasta County, which has burned more than 8,700 acres. Red Cross volunteers are currently operating an evacuation shelter at the Igo-Oso Elementary School in the town of Igo, where we are providing shelter, food, and emergency resources for evacuated residents. The Bully Fire is the latest incident to impact our state and region, highlighting just how vulnerable our communities are to the dangers of wildfires. “Wildfires are a threat in our region every year, and the abnormally dry conditions have only magnified those risks,” said Kathleen Weis, Chief Executive Officer for the Red Cross Capital Region. “It is critical that everyone take steps to be ready, and know what to do should you be faced with a wildfire emergency.”...
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Our Esteemed Governor Was Spotted at the Mother Lode Fair in Sonora

Posted by: Lea_Marie_C_Paar on 07/15/2014 10:49 PM
Sonora, Ca... Governor Jerry Brown visited the Mother Lode Fair in Sonora to the excited delight of fellow fairgoers!
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Connecting With People Through Images

Posted by: Lea_Marie_C_Paar on 07/11/2014 10:16 PM
Murphys, Ca...Mountain Christian Fellowship in Murphys will be hosting an international photography and film event on July 20th at 6PM at their worship center on Highway 4. The event will highlight the work of Rob Darby, native of Angles Camp, now living in Thailand. Through printed images and video, Rob will share stories from his travels in Europe and Asia. His wife, Veronica, will also be sharing her own stories about the work she is doing against human trafficking in Thailand. “I enjoy using my photography as a tool to connect with people and to add value to their lives.” says Rob. “Recently, I’ve been able to work more with video and film-making. I’m part of a team that makes films for indigenous people groups. Films made in their language, using their own people as actors. Films they can relate to. It’s awesome to think that for many of these people groups, ours are the first films they have ever seen in their own language!” Rob will be showing his team’s most recent film at this event. It’s a story of a young Buddhist boy from southern Thailand who has been stigmatised with bad karma, but finds acceptance through his kind uncle who shares his same struggle...
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Letter to the Editor Concerning World Population Day,

Posted by: Lea_Marie_C_Paar on 07/10/2014 10:27 PM
World Population Day, observed annually on July 11, was created by the United Nations in recognition of the need to raise awareness about the problems created by growing human populations. Not long ago, on July 11, 1987, the world's population reached Five Billion people. Today there are more than Seven Billion people and we are adding 227,000 more each day. Common sense tells us that this cannot go on forever. We are already running out of space, food, and clean water in many places the world. Indeed, climate change, and the concurrent crisis- species extinction - are the result of too many people living in disregard of earth's limits. The toll of wildlife has been devastating: species are going extinct at a rate 1,000 times greater than what is normal. 25% of ALL species are now endanger of extinction. The number one cause is habitat destruction by people. This impending huge loss of biodiversity will cost us much more than our most cherished creatures- orangutans, rhinos, elephants, tigers, pandas, etc. It will imperil the stability of the web-of-life on which we all depend....
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Calaveras Educators Tapped To Attend Prestigious International Conference

Posted by: Lea_Marie_C_Paar on 07/02/2014 08:49 PM
Orlando, Florida...Five Calaveras County educators had the chance to participate in the 22nd Annual Model Schools Conference in Orlando, FL from June 22-25th. Scott Nanik, Director, Calaveras County Office of Education; Angela Howard, Vice Principal, Jenny Lind Elementary; Jennifer Truman, Teacher, Bret Harte High School; Mike Nagano, Lead Teacher, Calaveras River Academy; and Tierra Crothers, Principal, San Andreas Elementary attended the conference together to gather information and ideas for improving education in Calaveras County. Participants were invited to attend by the Calaveras County Office of Education. CCOE paid for the conference with funds provided through the Regional System of District and School Support, Region 6 (http://www.sjcoe.org/rsdss/#.U7G0I0BBlps). The conference, which is organized by the International Center for Leadership in Education (http://leadered.com/), has identified schools across the nation and around the world that have made tremendous strides in student learning. Twenty-two of those schools (six elementary schools, six middle schools and ten high schools) presented their strategies at the conference.

Scott Nanik, Director, Calaveras County Office of Education; Angela Howard, Vice Principal, Jenny Lind Elementary; Jennifer Truman, Teacher, Bret Harte High School; Mike Nagano, Lead Teacher, Calaveras River Academy; Tierra Crothers, Principal, San Andreas Elementary. Below is a photo of the illustrious group at one of their planning sessions for the trip a couple weeks ago at Starbucks.

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A Note to the 2014 High School Graduates from the California Highway Patrol

Posted by: Lea_Marie_C_Paar on 06/05/2014 05:45 PM
Sonora, Ca...The California Highway Patrol would like to congratulate the graduates of 2014. We would like all graduates to please be safe in their activities after graduation and hope all would attend the Sober Grad parties. Few rites of passage are more heavily invested with the symbolism of hope than a high school graduation. Few accidental deaths are more tragic than those of buoyant young adults whose lives are stolen by alcohol or other drugs during that period of high triumph marking completion of a major educational challenge. Sober Graduation is a solution that has emerged as a community-wide venture to make the graduation period alcohol and drug free. If you aren't attending a Sober Grad event please ensure you don't drink and drive. You have a bright future ahead of you, with unlimited amounts of options to choose for your success.
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CHP Looks To Hire Officer Candidates During Four-Day Application Period

Posted by: Lea_Marie_C_Paar on 06/04/2014 11:52 PM
Sacramento, Ca – The California Highway Patrol (CHP) will accept applications in July from individuals interested in a career as a CHP officer. The CHP is looking to hire cadets from a pool of applicants to fill vacant officer positions throughout the state. “We are looking for members of our communities to join one of the most well-known law enforcement agencies in the world,” said CHP Commissioner Joe Farrow. “The CHP is looking for men and women who represent the diverse communities that we serve to provide the highest level of Safety, Service, and Security to the people of California.” Applications will only be accepted online during a four-day period beginning at 8 a.m. on Monday, July 7, and ending at 5 p.m. on Thursday, July 10, 2014. This brief application period marks the first time this year the CHP has accepted applications. Those interested in applying, or seeking additional information, should visit www.chpcareers.com...
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Camp Jack Hazard Executive Director with 10 Camp Alumni to Hike 90 Miles of the Pacific Crest Trail as Commemoration

Posted by: Lea_Marie_C_Paar on 05/29/2014 01:51 PM
Modesto, CA – In April, the Executive Director of The Jack and Buena Foundation, Jason Poisson, announced that he wanted to hike 90 miles of the Pacific Crest Trail to commemorate the 90th year anniversary of local summer camp, Camp Jack Hazard. Word of the hike spread among camp alumni, and Poisson was contacted by a number of alumni interested in hiking with him. Poisson now has company for his 90 mile hike from Lake Tahoe to Camp Jack Hazard, near the Sonora Pass, and has decided to hike another 90 miles from the camp to Tuolumne Meadows. Camp alumni will accompany Poisson on both legs of the trip. His hiking buddies include a recent graduate of Valley Charter High School heading to UC Berkeley in the fall, a local high school teacher, an elementary school teacher from Colorado, a college photography teacher from Oregon, and several current UC Santa Cruz students. Most are alumni of Camp Jack Hazard.
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Fix50 Westbound Work Begins

Posted by: Lea_Marie_C_Paar on 05/27/2014 11:59 PM
Sacramento, Ca...Caltrans began closing lanes at 9 PM yesterday to prepare for the second half of the Fix50 project, and officially started work this morning rehabilitating westbound lanes of the W-X Viaduct on U.S. Highway 50 between I-5 and Highway 99 in Sacramento. Work began with Phase 1 on the inside lanes. “It was a productive night” stated Caltrans District 3 Director, Jody Jones. “We successfully shifted all traffic to the outside lanes and installed the K-rail barrier. So far it’s a smooth beginning for westbound work, but traffic congestion is expected to be greater than it was during eastbound work.”...
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Happy 100th Birthday!

Posted by: Lea_Marie_C_Paar on 05/26/2014 07:12 PM
Happy 100th birthday to Walt! 100 years young - looking good!
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