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Tuolumne County board OK's raises

The Tuolumne County Board of Supervisors this morning unanimously approved giving 2 percent payraises to about 600 county employees.
 

Highway 108 wreck

UPDATE: One person was killed in an auto accident this morning on Highway 108 at J-59, in western Tuolumne County.


Sex-offender Sheppard gets early prison release

A registered sex offender was released Monday from prison after serving four months of his 16-month sentence. 


Historic Rosasco home: Fire’s cause still under investigation

The cause of a fire that destroyed an historic Don Pedro-area home Thursday is still under investigation, according to Cal Fire spokeswoman Lisa Williams. 


Calendar for April 21, 2015


Groups oppose drop in minimum Pinecrest water level

Cabin owners and environmentalists want the minimum summertime water level at Pinecrest Reservoir to remain higher for recreation than the adjusted levels requested by Tuolumne Utilities District.


Former Don Pedro teacher gets four-year prison sentence for having sex with student

 A former Don Pedro High School teacher was sentenced to four years, four months in prison Friday for having sex with a 15-year-old student while working at the school.


Calaveras County Water District CCWD to weigh pricey pipe fix

The Calaveras County Water District Board of Directors on Wednesday will consider a grant-loan agreement to replace the district’s 50-year-old primary water line in the Arnold area.


Groundbreaking set for juvenile hall

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An artist’s rendering shows what the proposed Mother Lode Regional Juvenile Detention Facility will look like. Construction on the project is set to begin June 2. Courtesy graphic.
 Tuolumne County officials last week announced construction on a planned juvenile detention center in Sonora is set to begin June 2. 


McClure pumps could serve through October

Pumps that draw water out of Lake McClure could provide water through early October for about 3,200 people who live in the La Grange-Coulterville area, the Lake Don Pedro Community Services District general manager said Monday.


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