A sweet treat, with no tricks

Author Jamie Schler has a sure-fire hit with her new cookbook, “Orange Appeal: Savory and … Read more

It’s hard to imagine, but in the near future, the temperature will drop and we … Read more

Vegetarian Taco Tuesday

In this vegetarian taco recipe, cauliflower is tossed with a smoky-tangy sauce made with honey, … Read more

Food and Drink Notes for October 17, 2017

Turkey Drive will help with holiday dinners The Amador-Tuolumne Community Action Agency Food bank will … Read more

Leaf litter is truly an environmental windfall. Fallen leaves act as a wildlife boon enriching … Read more

Sierra Living notes for October 14, 2017

Fiber artists meet today in Sonora The Studio 49 Fiber Arts Group will meet from … Read more

40th annual Mountain Heirloom Quilt Faire set Oct. 20-22 in Murphys

The Independence Hall Quilters Guild will hold its 40th annual Mountain Heirloom Quilt Faire Oct. … Read more

Catholic Charities looking for a few good volunteers

The Mother Lode Office of Catholic Charities will hold a one-day volunteer training Nov. 8 … Read more

$15K grant will help Meals on Wheels program

Sierra Senior Providers Inc. recently received a $15,000 grant from the Sierra Health Foundation. The … Read more

Outstanding students start year off right

Tuolumne County schools have announced Students of the Month for September: Samantha Lares, eighth grade, … Read more

Community Notes for Oct. 13, 2017

Commission on Aging seeks new members The Tuolumne County Commission on Aging is seeking new … Read more

Religious Events for October 13, 2017

The Rev. Merry Ann Kain will lead a “Day of Radical Forgiveness” Saturday at the … Read more

Memorial bill clears Congress, heads to president

The Senate this week unanimously passed the VFW-supported Global War on Terrorism Memorial Act, which … Read more

Zombie Walk debuts ‘Creepy Crawl,’ more

Forget Friday the 13th, wait until Saturday the 14th. That’s when the annual “Walking Dead … Read more

Review: Sierra Rep’s ‘Glass Menagerie’ leaves audience energized

I am always amazed when a theatre company takes a familiar play, with a predetermined … Read more

By JULIA MOSKIN New York Times News Service L ast fall, an aberrant chocolate chip … Read more

Brew-tap dancing through the Mother Lode

It is Oktoberfest time, and there are plenty of opportunities for us to celebrate with … Read more

Food and Drink Notes for October 10, 2017

Barrels, Brews and Bites set Saturday The Sonora Sunrise Rotary Club will present Barrels, Brews … Read more

Shipping containers an affordable building option

Tim Steele stood outside a pair of orange shipping containers on a hillside about two … Read more

After the long, hot summer this year, every living thing is looking forward to a … Read more

Sierra Living Notes for October 7, 2017

Plant sale today in Coulterville The Mariposa County Master Gardeners will hold its Fall Native … Read more

Sonora Seed Library prepares to close for the season

The Sonora Seed Library will close for the season at the end of the month, … Read more

Arts Alliance presents second Handmade Parade

Tuolumne County Arts Alliance will celebrate California Arts Day on Saturday with its second annual … Read more

Twain Harte’s Oktoberfest turns 12

The Twain Harte Area Chamber of Commerce’s 12th annual Oktoberfest will take place Saturday at … Read more

Tuolumne County Centenarian Society gets new inductees

Tuolumne County’s oldest residents were honored Wednesday at the annual Centenarian’s Luncheon held at the … Read more

Six steps can help prevent a fall

Every 11 seconds, an older adult is seen in an emergency department for a fall-related … Read more

Religion Events for October 6, 2017

Father Verne Walter will bless animals of all kinds Saturday in honor of the Feast … Read more

‘Forever’ GI Bill passes for future veterans

Recipients of the post-9/11 GI Bill, Chapter 33, currently have a 15-year time frame in … Read more

Historical Society offers books for sale

Just in time for winter book reading, the Tuolumne County Historical Society will hold a … Read more

Community Notes for October 6, 2017

Oktoberfest set Saturday in Twain Harte Eproson Park in Twain Harte on Saturday will filled … Read more

A weeknight meal that needs no introduction

In a hurry for dinner? Last-minute guests, perhaps, or just no time to dither? You’ve … Read more

Copycat shake is just for the grown-ups

At Hot Cakes Molten Chocolate Cakery, the Seattle shop famous for deceivingly small chocolate cakes … Read more

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