Here's what you can find in today's newspaper.
• Grave conditions: Volunteers sought to adopt, fix plots • Bret Harte students upset with school VP • Summer recreation in Dodge’s future? • Angels Camp seeks greener pastures • Rim Fire: County wants Congress to investigate • Oh deer! Rare albino fawn roams Sonora • Tuolumne County plans drought update meetings • Copper SpringFest • How vigilante justice helped win the Old West
• Calaveras baseball, softball sweep BH • Kiriluk shoots 3-under, leads Cats over Buffs • Zero squared: Redskin defender McIntosh helps preserve tie with Frogs • Mother Lode shooters compete at season’s 2nd meet • MLB, NBA, NHL coverage
• Wild Rose: New business offers haven for artists, art lovers • Home prices up in Lode: Tuolumne County average rises 30% • Chinese Camp students visit Yosemite, courtesy of Target • Land Transfers
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The U.S. Forest Service finalized new policy guidelines Tuesday that will allow ski areas operating on national forest land, such as Dodge Ridge Wintersports Area and Bear Valley Ski Resort, to offer recreational activities in the summer.
The changes will take effect this week immediately after they are published in the Federal Register, according to a Forest Service statement announcing the new directives.