Law institutes new VA grievance system

The VFW was present at the White House when president Donald Trump signed the VA … Read more

TWIST cleans up

The Women’s Improvement Society of Tuolumne hosted its annual town clean-up day in June. About … Read more

Community Notes for September 22, 2017

Sonora Cat Rescue to benefit from yard sale Sonora Cat Rescue will benefit from a … Read more

Religion Notes for September 22, 2017

A Fun Day Saturday at Westside Memorial Park in downtown Tuolumne will raise funds for … Read more

Cake lets figs strut their stuff

Figs are showy fruit. They can’t help themselves. Even the plainest, drabbest fig will reveal … Read more

Basil a fresh and healthy addition to recipes

One of my most favorite herbs is basil. This pungent relative of mint has been … Read more

Food and Drink Notes for September 19, 2017

Golden Regiment Band will benefit from Big Macs The Golden Regiment Band on Oct. 4 … Read more

Railtown 1897 looking for volunteers to support Polar Express

Railtown 1897 State Historic Park is looking for interested volunteers to help support The Polar … Read more

Bret Harte FFA welcomes new crop of members, parents

The Bret Harte High School chapter of FFA hosted a Welcome Back Picnic on Sept. … Read more

Veterans: ‘Fix, don’t dismantle, VA system’

A VFW survey of nearly 11,000 veterans shows that an overwhelming majority of respondents want … Read more

With these cookies, it's love at first bite

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Cheese crackers taste just like store-bought

By Meghan Splawn Tribune Content Agency Cheese crackers, whether they are square or shaped like … Read more

Barbera the star at annual wine fest

Attention Barbera fans! Just in case you have not heard and you thought you missed … Read more

Food & Drink Notes for September 12, 2017

ArtsHarvest Dinner slated for Saturday The Manzanita Writers Press will hold its annual ArtsHarvest Dinner … Read more

College to offer wine tasting class in October

Columbia College will offer a community education class, Wine Tasting Global While Staying Local, in … Read more

Volunteers sought for Great Sierra River Cleanup

The Great Sierra River Cleanup is the premier volunteer event focused on removing trash and … Read more

Walker’s quilts will be featured at annual Quilts and Threads Show

Quilting is a family legacy for Sonora resident Barbara Walker, who has been named the … Read more

Second Saturday Art Night combines exhibits, music

Second Saturday Art Night returns to downtown Sonora this weekend with a variety of live … Read more

Kenny G and George Benson to conclude series

World renowned jazz superstars George Benson and Kenny G will perform a co-headlining show Saturday … Read more

Summerville grad Brad Wilson to rock Black Oak Casino

Decades ago, Brad Wilson would perform at Summerville High School dances when he was a … Read more

Poker tournament to raise money for Jamestown Family Resource Center

The Jamestown Family Resource Center wants poker-faced community members to lay their cards out on … Read more

End of enrollment approaching for 4-H fair exhibitors

Students wanting to learn about rockets or robots, raising companion dogs or meat goats, growing … Read more

Students invited to create posters that promote attendance

Winning artist will be ‘Sheriff for a Day’ and receive $150 cash

Calaveras County students in first through eighth grades can win cash prizes and the chance … Read more

Bill would expand benefits for survivors

In June, Patrick Murray, associate director of the Veterans of Foreign Wars National Legislative Service, … Read more

Religious Events for September 8, 2017

The Rev. David B. McKinney will give a Dharma talk Sunday at Sol Y Breath … Read more

CROP Hunger Walk set for Sept. 30 in Murphys

Walkers will raise awareness of world hunger during the CROP Hunger Walk Sept. 30 in … Read more

Community Notes for September 8, 2017

Starry Night dinner set for Saturday The annual Starry Night Dinner in White will be … Read more

Lessons offered at Gardening with Natives Symposium

The typical suburban backyard has an area of groomed lawn, flower beds which follow the … Read more

Sierra Living Notes for September 2, 2017

Master Gardeners to host Open Garden Day Master Gardeners of Tuolumne County will host an … Read more

Marriage vows last 65 years for Groveland-area couple

A serious commitment to their wedding vows has helped Pine Mountain Lake residents Joe and … Read more

Community Chorus in need of voices with ‘ability to blend’

The Columbia College Community Chorus, currently about 45 members strong, is looking for additional voices, … Read more

Religion Events for September 1, 2017

The Columbia Presbyterian Church of the 49ers will hold a “Hootenanny” sing-along today at the … Read more

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