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Tuolumne County candidates in Tuesday’s primary election are days away from finding out if their efforts over the past few months have paid off.

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Summerville High School has extra law enforcement patrols this morning after a threat was received saying there would be a shooting at a Summerville High School.

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A trial for at least one of the associates of the former Rosalinda’s Gentlemen’s Club was set for April 8, but many of her co-defendants did not appear at a trial setting hearing on Monday afternoon and have warrants for their arrest.

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A pilot crash-landed a single-engine Aviat Husky A-1A airplane at Columbia Airport on Saturday afternoon, when winds were gusting to 15 miles per hour, and the plane came to rest nose down, tail up about 100 feet from a Cal Fire tanker plane that’s been on display next to the runway for at l…

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About 50 students, family members and teachers attended a reception Tuesday night to honor those who created posters marking the 100th anniversary of women getting the right to vote and the founding of the League of Women Voters.

The Calaveras County Sheriff’s Office Marijuana Enforcement Unit eradicated 1,057 pot plants and 35 pounds of processed marijuana after serving a search warrant in Wallace. 

Two residents of Chowchilla died and four Davis residents sustained major injuries in a head-on vehicle collision Saturday morning on Highway 4 in Angels Camp.

Hospitality, senior care and natural resource manufacturing are the three main industries that Tuolumne County should target when trying to attract businesses, according to Cole Przybyla, director of the county’s Innovation and Business Assistance Department.

Nestled in a nondescript commercial stripmall in the Crystal Falls area, a group of entrepreneurial biotech gearheads are constructing machines that sequence and synthesize the building blocks for all life.

Outgoing Sonora Union High School District Superintendent Mark Miller will be paid $35,000 in severance, according to a separation agreement provided by the district on Tuesday.

A 23-year-old from Lamont overturned a three-axle big rig onto its roof while driving in La Grange Friday afternoon and suffered minor injuries, but his load of lumber was spilled on the road.

Connections Visual and Performing Arts Academy sophomore Valerie Harris will represent Tuolumne County in the state Poetry Out Loud contest in March at the California State Capitol.

Thirty-seven students from Tuolumne County primary schools navigated words like zabaglione, abacus, juror, alkaloid, arsenic and imperturbable at the 45th annual Dr. June McOmber Junior High Spelling Bee at Curtis Creek Elementary School Wednesday night, but one 7th grade Connections Academy…

The Tuolumne County Chamber of Commerce drew about 100 people to its question and answer session involving all local candidates in the March 3 primary ballot.

Two people associated with the former Rosalinda’s Gentlemen’s Club turned themselves in to the Tuolumne County Sheriff’s Office this week for failing to appear at a trial readiness hearing, but as of Wednesday morning the matriarch and namesake owner of the club remains at large. 

The Tuolumne County Chamber of Commerce is hosting a free event at 6 p.m. Tuesday for the public to meet local candidates who are running in the March 3 primary election.

The trial for the former Sonora High School varsity girls basketball coach accused of sexually abusing a minor female student was set for June 10 in Tuolumne County Superior Court Monday.

A 21-year-old woman from Angels Camp was arrested Thursday on suspicion she jumped a fence at Bret Harte High School and stole items from student lockers about three weeks ago.

A former student who prompted a two-hour lockdown at Belleview Elementary School after he sent a photograph of a handgun to an eighth grader was arrested Wednesday in Santa Rosa on suspicion of criminal threats, said Tuolumne County Sheriff’s Office Public Information Officer Niccoli Sandelin. 

Investigators scoured the wreckage Thursday of a Cessna that crashed in a grove of trees on ranch land south of Columbia Airport.

Demolition began this week to redo the facade on one of the main buildings at the Sonora Plaza on Mono Way in anticipation of a Wilco farm-supply store moving in.

A Sonora woman was accused of hiding drugs, stolen mail and altered, fraudulent checks in a vehicle with false registration in the Lowe’s parking lot in Sonora on Wednesday night.

A Calaveras County Superior Court judge refused to release the former owner of an Angels Camp pet grooming business from jail on Thursday morning, instead ordering that she receive a mental health assessment while she awaits a ruling on a probation violation stemming from a 2019 no contest p…

A former Belleview Elementary School student sent a text message Tuesday night to a current student saying, "I'm coming there," along with a photo of a handgun.

Two people died in the crash of a small plane Wednesday night in a pasture off Springfield Road, the Tuolumne County Sheriff's Office announced.

The former owner of an Angels Camp pet grooming business who pleaded no contest to felony animal negligence in 2019 may face a jail term in Calaveras County Jail after being accused of violating probation by failing to provide county probation with her address.

Primary watersheds in the Mother Lode, including the Stanislaus River and Tuolumne River basins, have received 11.1 inches of precipitation since the current water year started Oct. 1.