Many of the candidates in Tuolumne County’s most-hotly contested races this November got some face time with the public Tuesday night in Sonora.
The Tuolumne County Chamber of Commerce hosted a “candidates night” in the county administrative building at 2 S. Green St. that featured the candidates vying for the Tuolumne County assessor-recorder position and three open seats on the Tuolumne Utilities District Board of Directors in the Nov. 4 election.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held Monday to mark the completion of a new bicycle and pedestrian path in Arnold.
Known as the Arnold Rim Trail Cedar Center Bikeway Connection, the project connects county-owned property at Oak Circle with Pine Drive. The paved path, which was built this summer, travels across Stanislaus National Forest property.
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