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Moke River study on Calaveras Board of Supervisors agenda

The Calaveras County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday will consider helping fund a study on whether the state designating part of the Mokelumne River as “Wild and Scenic” would impact future water-storage projects.

Victorian could rise from ashes

A Sonora apartment complex that burned down in January 2012 may rise again with the help of a low-interest loan funded by a $550,000 federal grant.

Sonora garden club members gather school’s garlic, potato crops

Sonora High School garden club members hold braided Spanish red gourmet garlic they harvested Friday morning. Garden Club members are (from left): Back row — Curtis Shivley, 19, Mikaila Hernandez, 17, garden club advisor Frank Garcia, Julianna Rusth, 17, Shayna Reese, 18, and culinary arts teacher Cindy Zelinsky; front row — Sonja Daniels, 16, Amparo Rodriguez, 17, Marie Van Baelen, 18, Cody Bottfield, 15, Julia Scholz, 15, and Daniela Rosas, 15. Maggie Beck / Union Democrat, Copyright 2015.
 Sonora High School students met under grey skies Friday morning to dig into new crops on the school’s Wildcat Ranch.

Stafford is 2015 'Mother of the Year'

Clete Stafford is the 2015 Mother Lode Roundup Mother of the Year. Maggie Beck / Union Democrat, Copyright 2015.
 As part of its Mother’s Day roots, the Mother Lode Roundup has selected a “Mother of the Year” for almost as long as the Roundup has been around.

Family searching for missing man


The Calaveras County Sheriff's Office is asking the public to help find a missing 49-year-old West Point man.

Woman arrested following alleged stabbing

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 A 21-year-old Sonora woman was arrested early Thursday morning for allegedly stabbing a co-worker.

Roundup treasure found!

Carl Anderson (left) and Peter Leibold, both of Sonora, found the stolen Roundup queen contestant contracts at 3:30 a.m. today.
The Mother Lode Roundup will go on thanks to the diligent hunting of Carl Anderson and Peter Leibold, both of Sonora.

Skies to clear in time for weekend

Caltrans worker Tony Lertora (below) turns a chains restriction sign Thursday along Highway 108 past Long Barn. Maggie Beck / Union Democrat, Copyright 2015.
 A 20 percent chance of showers is forecast to continue through tonight in the Mother Lode before clearing with mostly sunny weather in time for Roundup Parade and Rodeo events Saturday in Sonora. 

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