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A small editorial note about a big topic locally: Childhood vaccination.
Josh White, Cal Fire’s Tuolumne-Calaveras Unit chief, is again in the news.
This time, his credibility to being questioned in a legal petition filed in Santa Clara County court.
Rep. Tom McClintock plans to visit Sonora on Thursday for a “town hall”-style meeting.
We encourage Calaveras and Tuolumne county residents to get out and hear from their congressman.
Here’s a backgrounder on some of the latest votes and legislative efforts by McClintock, R-Roseville.
A burning question on many minds regarding the June retirement of Columbia Elementary School District Superintendent John Pendley is this: What will his pension be?
As the highest-compensated school administrator in Tuolumne County when he retired this month — making a reported $175,761 a year — it’s bound to be high. But how high?
Arguably one of the undersung heroes in the panoply of annual Mother Lode events, the Tuolumne Lumber Jubilee, began Thursday.
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