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Sports physical offered at SRMC

Sonora Regional Medical Center will offer pre-participation physical examinations for local students. Sport physical clinics for high school students from Sonora, Summerville and Bret Harte High Schools will be held in May.

Shriners barbecue to benefit hospital

AAHMES Mother Lode Shriners will host its annual Roundup Western Barbecue dinner from 5 to 8 p.m. Saturday at the Black Oak Casino Hotel. 

Blind, visually impaired services discussed in Lode

Blind and visually impaired adults 55 and older in Tuolumne County are eligible for free services in Modesto from the Visually Impaired Persons Support organization.

New Pinecrest fire boat goes into service today

Firefighters with the Pinecrest Permittees Association and Tuolumne County Fire Station 55 have a new fire boat this summer season, and they believe they’re going to need it.

Calendar for May 7, 2015

Vital Stats for May 7, 2015

School districts doubt state report

Two Tuolumne County school districts question the accuracy of a state report listing below-average college preparation among graduates.

Emergency well on Lake Don Pedro Community Services District's closed session agenda

An emergency well for people in the La Grange area who get most of their water from Lake McClure is expected to be discussed Thursday in a closed-session meeting of the Lake Don Pedro Community Services District Board of Directors.

Sierra Views: Shaffer is Roundup grand marshal

Mike Shaffer, a longtime Tuolumne County Sheriff’s Posse member, will lead the weekend Roundup festivities as grand marshal, one of the highest honors the horsemen’s group bestows.

Shaffer, 69, will ride at the near front of Saturday’s parade through downtown Sonora and was presented with a customized belt buckle denoting his status at the May 3 Roundup Queen Coronation ceremony. 

Five girls vie for Miss Calaveras 2015 crown

Young women vying for the 2015 Miss Calaveras title are (from left): Alyssa Avalos, Charli Baker, Brittany Church, Carrissa Gomez and Jasmin Van Lehn. Candice Learned, Gold and Dust Photography / Courtesy photos.
 Five young women will compete to be this year’s Miss Calaveras on the first night of next week’s Calaveras County Fair and Jumping Frog Jubilee.

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