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Tuolumne County holds early budget talks

Some work still needs to be done to balance next year’s budget before the Tuolumne County Board of Supervisors votes on a preliminary proposal next month.

Senior projects showcased

Sonora High School senior Donald McNair, 18, talks about making a Taiko drum out of a wine barrel and cow hide during his senior project exit interview Tuesday with five judges and four of his peers. Maggie Beck / Union Democrat, Copyright 2015.
 Seniors from Summerville and Sonora high schools dressed up in their finest Tuesday for the first round of senior project presentations.

Food by Jude: Pre-made sauce helps with quick dinner

Ask Old What’s His Name; he will tell you I have my supply of idiosyncrasies, one of which is my weird obsession of filling the fridge with my homemade sauces, condiments and salad dressings.

Weekend accidents reported

Several weekend wrecks resulted in multiple injuries and one arrest, the California Highway Patrol reported.

Calendar for May 19, 2015

News Notes for May 19, 2015

Sonora City Council OKs Special Olympics torch run for June

The California Highway Patrol’s Jamestown office will sponsor a torch run through downtown Sonora on June 20 to honor local Special Olympians competing in the upcoming Summer and World Games.

Angels Camp City Council to vote on water-saving measures

The Angels Camp City Council tonight will vote on adopting mandatory water conservation measures limiting all its water customers to two days a week of outdoor watering.

Lake Don Pedro CSD eases water regulations

Floating pumps on Lake McClure serve about 3,200 people who get their water from Lake Don Pedro Community Services District. Guy McCarthy / Union Democrat, Copyright 2015.
 Recent storms, snowmelt and reduced outflow requirements at Lake McClure have raised the reservoir’s level about 20 feet since March, easing strain on the Lake Don Pedro Community Services District that relies on McClure to supply water to 3,200 people.

Kitchell wins Frog Jump finals

International Frog Jump winner Riley Kitchell, of the Foothill Froggers, gets his frog “I Don’t Know” to leap off of the pad Sunday at the Calaveras County Fairgrounds in Angels Camp. Jesse Jones / Union Democrat, Copyright 2015.
 A man born-and-raised in Calaveras County won the International Frog Jump Sunday at the Calaveras County Fair and Jumping Frog Jubilee in Angels Camp.

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