Dining in

There are times when even the craziest cooking extremists, such as myself, don’t have the … Read more

Love garlic? Plant a spring bounty now

I can’t believe it is almost time to plant garlic. Where has the summer gone? … Read more

Annual Garden Tour returns

Mark your calendars for Sunday, Oct. 14, when the University of California Cooperative Extension Master … Read more

Mokelumne Hill School gets new garden tools

The Mokelumne Hill Elementary school garden recently received new garden tools, a garden wagon, and … Read more

Sierra Living Notes for September 22, 2018

Canine fashion show set in Tuolumne Adoptable animals from Friends of the Animal Community will … Read more

Cats, dogs await new homes at Humane Society

The following animals are available for adoption from the Humane Society of Tuolumne County: Dogs … Read more

Review: ‘Mousetrap’ has a strong cast, energetic pacing

Now playing at Murphys Creek Theatre is Agatha Christie’s venerable whodunit, “The Mousetrap.” When it … Read more

It’s show time for local bonsai community

The Mother Lode Bonsai Club will host its fourth annual show and exhibit Sept. 22 … Read more

Forest fires can be beneficial to woodland species

If we can pull away from our own, albeit very real, negative experiences from the … Read more

Master Gardener program seeks new volunteers

The University of California Cooperative Extension will hold an orientation Oct. 11 for people interested … Read more

Angels Camp resident featured at annual Quilts and Threads Show

Barbara Hardwick’s skills as a quilter have evolved slowly during a life full of creativity. … Read more

Review: SRT’s ‘Baskerville’ is well-directed comic entertainment

At the close of a long, hot summer, it is refreshing to escape into a … Read more

Jason Eady to perform his song ‘Calaveras County’ in Angels Camp

“Calaveras County” will soon have its live debut in Calaveras County. The Angels Camp Community … Read more

STCHS program will focus on mountain climbing

The Southern Tuolumne County Historical Society will host a special event this weekend with local … Read more

Jeff Foxworthy headed to Westside Pavilion stage

Comedian Jeff Foxworthy finds the humor in everyday life. Over the last three decades, he’s … Read more

Shakespeare on the Vine’s ‘The Tempest’ opens

In its fourth season, Shakespeare on the Vine Theatre Company will present William Shakespeare’s comedy … Read more

Blueberry galette celebrates the season

A ritual included in my annual sojourn to my favorite blueberry U-pick farm — it’s … Read more

I am not a patient cook. I use lettuces without washing them because it takes … Read more

Right now, as high summer hits, and with it, an abundance of fresh, vibrant tomatoes, … Read more

Do you remember the first lunch you made for your child? Maybe it was bittersweet. … Read more

Hollyhock: far-traveling flower from the past

Plants from the past that regain popularity are well worth growing in your garden. These … Read more

It's everyone's house. Or is it?

For Diana Limongi, the practical benefits of sharing a two-family house in Astoria, Queens, with … Read more

Why do all home repairs cost $1K?

This spring, I needed my cherry trees pruned and some dead branches removed from high … Read more

Twain Harte festival features art vendors, food, live entertainment

The 41st annual Twain Harte Summer Arts and Wine Festival will be held from 10 … Read more

Willie Nelson and Alison Krauss to perform Saturday

Since performing at Ironstone Amphitheatre last summer, music icon Willie Nelson has turned 85 and … Read more

‘Abolition’ opens at unique venue: Sonora’s Red Church

“Abolition,” the latest production from Duende: Drama & Literature, premiers at the Red Church in … Read more

Review: SRT’s ‘Pageant’ is a clever, lighthearted production

If you are looking for some breezy summer fun, you won’t find more appealing entertainment … Read more

Review: Make sure you visit ‘The Foreigner’ at Murphys Creek Theatre

“The Foreigner” may have debuted off-Broadway in 1984, but its message is just as relevant, … Read more

Murphys’ 25th annual Duck Races will benefit mentoring program

Whether wading in the creek, scooping up ducks or just enjoying a fun-filled afternoon in … Read more

Facelift in progress for Calaveras Big Tree State Park’s ‘Braille Trail’

California State Parks announced this week that work to rehabilitate the Three Senses Trail, often … Read more

Millie, Meesha and Marge await new homes

The following animals are available for adoption from the Humane Society of Tuolumne County: Dogs … Read more

Religious Events for July 6, 2018

St. Matthew Lutheran Church will host vacation Bible school Monday through July 29 at the … Read more

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