Community Notes for March 16, 2018

Horseless Carriage Club looking to grow The Sonora Horseless Carriage Club is looking for new … Read more

Religious Events for March 16, 2018

Holy Week Services St. Patrick’s Parish has announced Easter services. Services at St. Patrick’s Catholic … Read more

Fine antiques offered at annual fair

Antique and vintage items will be featured at the eighth annual Antique Fair at the … Read more

Buccis celebrate 66th anniversary

Lifelong Tuolumne County residents Louis “Babe” and Ruby Bucci celebrated their 66th wedding anniversary on … Read more

Schools recognize January’s high-achievers

Tuolumne County schools have announces Students of the Month for January: Melissa Vassar, fourth grade, … Read more

Art by prison inmates to raise money for Sonora High students

An exhibition of inmate artwork from the “Arts in Corrections” program at Sierra Conservation Center … Read more

Stuffed cabbage recipe is weeknight friendly

Stuffed cabbage is a comforting winter dish that also makes a complete meal. The traditional … Read more

Ancient ingredient still used today

One of the oldest foods we enjoy and cook with today was domesticated by Native … Read more

The Cupid truffle has a bonus

Coconut macaroons meet dark chocolate truffles in these little treats. Inside the snap of the … Read more

Plant ‘All-Stars’ in your garden

With California prone to drought, our yards, gardens and forests sometimes struggle to stay alive. … Read more

Lions Club buys lunch

The Sonora Lions recently bought lunch for students at Jamestown Elementary School. As the new … Read more

Senior programs rely on donations

The mission of Sierra Senior Providers Inc. is to provide essential services and improve the … Read more

Foothill wineries shine at SF judging

We are only a few weeks into the new year and we are already weighing … Read more

‘Harvey’ opens at Summerville High School

Summerville High School and Connections Visual and Performing Arts Academy will introduce “Harvey” this week … Read more

‘Mamma Mia!’ is a delight from start to finish

Sierra Repertory Theatre opens its current season with an exuberant, dazzling production of “Mamma Mia!” … Read more

Dance to honor arts leader held at Sonora Opera Hall

A dance at the Sonora Opera Hall on Saturday will honor the memory of arts … Read more

Super Bowl Breakfast touches down in Sonora

The 32nd annual Frank Salel Super Bowl Sunday Scholarship Breakfast will be held this weekend … Read more

Angels Camp animal shelter will be a first for Calaveras Humane Society

The Calaveras Humane Society this year will open a full-service animal shelter in Angels Camp, … Read more

Sierra Living Notes for January 27, 2018

Open Garden Days in the works Master Gardener program volunteers in Tuolumne and Calaveras counties … Read more

Gardeners, are you really ready to hit the dirt?

Cabin fever, frost, rain and worn-out pages of seed catalogs are the complete picture of … Read more

Tuolumne Museum seeks new volunteer docents

Among the new volunteers at a training session for new docents at the Tuolumne City … Read more

Cattle in the Sierras focus of exhibit

The Murphys Old Timers Museum has a new exhibit on the long-established practice of transhumance … Read more

Summerville High, Connections Visual and Performing Arts Academy announce honor rolls

Summerville High School and Connections Visual and Performing Arts Academy have announced honor rolls for … Read more

Nominees sought for 'Heart of Tuolumne County' awards

Sierra NonProfit Services is accepting nominations for its annual “Volunteers, the Heart of Tuolumne County” … Read more

Cotta to lead Stockton Diocese

The Diocese of Stockton announced this week that Pope Francis appointed Bishop Myron Cotta to … Read more

Religious Events for January 26, 2018

The memorial of St. Blaise, a blessing of throats, will take place during 5 p.m. … Read more

Community Notes for January 26, 2018

Nine-week course offers ‘Financial Peace’ A nine-week class on personal finance will be offered beginning … Read more

The secret to better Thai dishes may already be in your fridge

Thai red curry paste is the condiment that’s started a thousand meals in my kitchen. … Read more

Where has this been all your life?

You could be forgiven if you’ve never eaten a butter tart. There is no flashy … Read more

Dutch baby casserole a crowd-pleaser

With its puffed edges and eggy pancake-meets-popover texture, a Dutch baby pancake is guaranteed to … Read more

Vertical chicken a go-to Friday night dinner

I have had many a heated conversation over how to roast a chicken. I even … Read more

Lessons learned from a spider plant

It’s January, a time when co-workers, neighbors and friends seem to utter the same words … Read more

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