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Woman injured in alleged DUI wreck

A Valley Springs woman allegedly driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol suffered major injuries Wednesday in accident in Valley Springs. 


Input sought on plans to rebuild camp wiped out by 2013 Rim Fire

Officials with the City of Berkeley are planning a series of public meetings to help shape plans to rebuild its Berkeley Tuolumne Camp, which was almost completely destroyed in the 2013 Rim Fire.


Calendar for April 24, 2015


News Notes for April 24, 2015


Students turn trash into treasure for Earth Day

Third-grade students from Sonora Elementary School have created art out of reused materials in celebration of Earth Day.


Wildcat Ranch to host Farm to School event

Sonora High School’s educational ranch will offer inspiration to the Mother Lode region Saturday.


Water flowing into Twain Harte Lake

A private lake in Twain Harte that was drained when the dam’s granite footing cracked last August began receiving water again this week, though it may still take an act of nature to completely fill the popular swimming hole by the targeted Memorial Day opening.


Outlaws, queens to stop Roundup?

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Coyote Sam and his gang of misfits steal important queen contestant information from Terri Barnhart, the Mother Lode Roundup queen contest coordinator. Maggie Beck / Union Democrat, Copyright 2015.
 An unprecedented tragedy on Thursday struck the upcoming 58th annual Mother Lode Roundup parade and rodeo when notorious outlaw Coyote Sam and his gang stole the queen candidate’s contracts and, maybe, the girls themselves.


Driver in fatal wreck charged with second-degree murder

The Tuolumne County District Attorney’s Office announced Thursday that it has charged Brenda Barrera with second-degree murder for her role in a Tuesday car crash that left one man dead and three other people with major injuries.


Two arrested following phone line outage

Two Modesto residents were arrested Thursday morning in connection with a suspected copper wire theft in La Grange that left residents in the area without phone service for some time, the Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Office said.


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