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Sonora budget talks continue

The Sonora City Council on Monday is scheduled to hold another budget study session at 3 p.m., followed by a regular meeting to approve the spending plan for the 2015-16 fiscal year that begins July 1.


Twain Harte CSD: McManus selected to board; Spisak withdraws

A former Twain Harte Community Services District board member who applied in May for an appointment to fill a vacancy on the current board abruptly rescinded his application Thursday morning.


Korando to provide dental care

Dr. Nolan Korando will offer dental services at Twain Harte Family Dental Care alongside Drs. Charles McKelvey and Phil Grossman. 


Hospital chooses builder for center

Sonora Regional Medical Center has selected the company that will build its new outpatient pavilion and Cancer Center on the site of the former Andy’s True Value Hardware at the corner of Greenley Road at Mono Way in Sonora.


Beat the heat: Experts say stay cool and hydrated this summer

Temperatures this week are expected to spike to the 90s, and triple digit weather isn’t far off. Health experts recommend people take precautions against heat-related illness, which can be serious, even fatal, if not treated. 


Body of missing man, Casey, found

A West Point man missing since late April was found dead May 24 off Winton Road.


Twain Harte Lake opening now set for June 19

June 19 is the new opening date for Twain Harte Lake, according to people who manage the private, members-only recreational reservoir. 


Calendar for June 11, 2015


TUD seeks feedback on water solutions at forums

About 35 people took part Wednesday night in the first of three Community Water Forums intended to increase public discussion of water solutions for Tuolumne County’s future.


Calaveras High School graduation set

Calaveras High School will graduate more than 200 students at a ceremony to be held at 7 p.m. tonight on Frank Meyer Field.


Pendley to serve as Columbia consultant

Retiring Columbia Elementary School District Superintendent John Pendley will stay on with the district as a consultant for the 2015-16 school year, under a contract approved Tuesday by the district’s board.


Calaveras budget talks continue

The Calaveras County Board of Supervisors Wednesday continued discussion of the county’s proposed 2015-16 budget.


Construction OKd at Jamestown School

The Jamestown Board of Trustees met Wednesday to move forward with one of many renovations on the Jamestown School campus planned for development, as well as to honor students. 


GCSD customers required to cut back by 33 percent

Groveland Community Services District customers are now required to use 33 percent less water than they did in 2013.


Caltrans proposes Yosemite Junction upgrades

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Caltrans is proposing to build a three-way traffic signal (Alternative 1) or a roundabout (Alternative 2) at Yosemite Junction to improve safety and congestion.
 Caltrans is proposing to build a traffic signal or roundabout at Yosemite Junction in hopes of improving safety and congestion at the busy intersection, where state highways 108 and 120 meet.


Sierra Views: Rodan to the rescue

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Sonora Cat Rescue President Judith Rodan, of Sonora, holds two kittens at PetSmart. Maggie Beck / Union Democrat, Copyright 2015.
 If Sonora Cat Rescue President Judith Rodan had one wish, it would be to spay and neuter enough of Tuolumne County’s feline population so that the number of cats was equal to the number of available homes.


Jamestown man arrested after stabbing

A Jamestown man was arrested Tuesday for allegedly stabbing another man.

 

Frank Jack Bell, 59, was booked on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon, threats and misdemeanor possession of methamphetamine after an arrest at 7:45 p.m. on the 10000 block of Wigam Road, Jamestown.

 


Found body ID'd by authorities as that of Daniel Mulligan


The Tuolumne County Sheriff’s Office confirmed today that a body found last week in the Red Hills Recreation Area is that of Daniel Mulligan, who was reported missing June 1 by a friend.

 

The report stated that a forensic autopsy was conducted “and the deceased male was positively identified as the previously reported Missing Person Daniel Mulligan.”

A cause of death won’t be determined until toxicology reports are completed, the release stated. Foul play is not suspected, the reported continued, but can’t be ruled out until a cause of death is found.


Land Transfers for June 10, 2015


Barbecue to benefit family of crash victim

The Calaveras Future Farmers of America and its booster club will hold a drive-through barbecue dinner Friday in support of the family of Brittany Rafferty.


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