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Meet the Mother Lode Roundup Queen contestants

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The five young women vying for 2015 Mother Lode Roundup Queen are (from left): Trisha Berg 19, of Sonora; Ivana Kursar, 17, of Pioneer; Evon Meckler, 18, of Jamestown; Paige Ryan, 24, of Woodside, San Mateo County; and Mary Mackenzie Suess, 17, of Sonora. Jesse Jones / Union Democrat, Copyright 2015.
 
Five young women are vying for the 2015 Mother Lode Roundup Queen crown.


Armored vehicle purchase on Tuolumne County Board of Supervisors agenda

The Tuolumne County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday will consider allowing the Sheriff’s Office to use confiscated drug money toward the purchase of a $270,000 armored vehicle.


New Melones free this Saturday

Saturday is Customer Appreciation Day at New Melones Reservoir, and all day use fees at Tuttletown and Glory Hole recreation areas will be waived.


Cal Fire says burn permits required May 1

Burn permits will be required as of 8 a.m. Friday May 1 in Tuolumne, Calaveras, east Stanislaus and east San Joaquin counties, Cal Fire supervisors in San Andreas announced today.ndemocrat.com or 588-4547.

Wreck closes part of Stockton Street

Eastbound Stockton Street in Sonora has reopened folowing an auto accident that temporarily blocked part of the road.

The accident was reported about 2 p.m. at Stockton and Green Steet.

A car flipped over on its roof. It's unclear how this happened.

 

The car was righted and towed.

 

 


Sonora High School Superintendent McCoy resigns

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Sonora Union High School District Superintendent Mike McCoy submitted his resignation yesterday in a letter to the board.


Religion: Outreach for April 17, 2015


Religion: Events for April 17, 2015


Arnold’s Schott Mentor of the Month in Calaveras

The Calaveras Youth Mentoring Program has named Arnold resident Kristen Schott as its April Mentor of the Month.


Project will benefit Wounded Warriors

Sonora High School senior Greg Duncan will host a spaghetti dinner and silent auction to benefit the Wounded Warriors Project. 


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