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Breaking: Board votes to remove 7 trees in courthouse square

Seven trees in downtown Sonora’s Courthouse Square will come down this winter as part of an extensive maintenance project approved by the Tuolumne County Board of Supervisors at Tuesday’s meeting.


Board appoints two planning commissioners

The Tuolumne County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday filled two vacant seats on the Tuolumne County Planning Commission.


Cellphone leads to arrest of burglary suspect


A cellphone at the scene of a Sonora burglary led police to a Monday night arrest of the alleged suspect.


Big Hill house fire

Fire crews are on scene at a house fire on Big Hill.

4-H fundraiser: Kids dish dinner, dessert

Hannah Castenada, 11 (left), and Kaitlyn Bloom, 11, hold their cake. Jesse Jones / Union Democrat, copyright 2015
 Hundreds of people converged Saturday on the Mother Lode Fairgrounds in Sonora for the 42nd annual Tuolumne County 4-H Community Dinner and Decorated Cake Auction.

Copper Chili Cookoff

Sean Boatright, of Concord, dishes a cup of chili at the Copperopolis Chili Cookoff, held Saturday at the Copperopolis Town Square. Jesse Jones / Union Democrat, copyright 2015

NOAA: 2014 warmest year since 1880

Federal scientists with National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and National Aeronautic and Space Administration released studies Friday stating mean average temperatures from around the globe show 2014 was Earth’s warmest year since 1880.

Mean average temperatures for 2014 did not set a new record in the Mother Lode, but the global findings will be a concern for all Californians, including water managers, foresters and fire agencies.


College cancels 70 classes

Columbia College students last week were still scrambling to reschedule after 70 classes were canceled shortly before the start of the semester. 

Some classes were only offered once a year or even once every two years and were required for graduation or transfers for some students whose immediate futures remain unclear.


Columbia college students scrambling after 70 classes canceled

Columbia College students today were still scrambling to change their schedules after 70 classes were canceled shortly before the start of the semester.

Sonora council to take up homless regs

PUBLIC MEETING: Sonora City Council, 5 p.m. Tuesday, City Hall, at 94 N. Washington St.

The Sonora City Council next week will consider extending a late-July ordinance that criminalizes homeless camps.

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