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Rim Fire timber sale on meeting agenda

Timber operators, contractors and co-operators are invited to a timber sale and vegetation management program meeting scheduled April 27 at Stanislaus National Forest headquarters at 19777 Greenley Road, Sonora. 


Sonora Elementary to host annual Family Fun Night

Sonora Elementary School students will show off the fruits of a recent dance program during Family Fun Night on Thursday.



Time capsule from ’90s found in wall

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Stone mason Chris Bjornmose, of Sonora, holds a time capsule he found Thursday at Sonora’s Red Church. Lacey Peterson / Union Democrat, Copyright 2015.
 A time capsule sealed in a stone wall at Sonora’s Red Church was unearthed about 100 years early when a mason repairing the wall stumbled upon it. 


Tuolumne County seeks $10 million transportation grant

County staffers are preparing to submit grant applications for nearly $10 million worth of projects aimed at improving pedestrian and bicycle transportation in several areas throughout the county.


Calaveras County keeps ‘status quo’ on medical pot rule

Following comments from an overflowing audience, the Calaveras County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday tabled a first-ever ordinance on cultivation of medical marijuana.


Disaster drills planned in Mother Lode

Public agencies in Calaveras and Tuolumne counties have announced dates and locations for full-scale disaster drills taking place over the next couple weeks.


Bowden named new Columbia school chief

The Columbia Union School District Board of Trustees named the district’s new superintendent-principal at a public meeting on Tuesday.


TUD conservation target may be 30 percent

Tuolumne Utilities District customers are going to be asked later this month to adopt 30 percent water-use reductions compared with 2013, and they will have a chance to air their opinions at a public hearing before the board of directors votes on proposed reductions.


U.S. Forest Service to open roads

Most seasonal road and trail closures in the Stanislaus National Forest are set to be lifted Wednesday, the U.S. Forest Service announced.

TUD customers facing 30 percent cutbacks

Tuolumne Utilities District customers are going to be asked later this month to adopt 30 percent water use reductions compared with 2013, and they will have a chance to air their opinions at a public hearing before the Board of Directors votes on proposed reductions.


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