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Police Officer Recruitment Going On Now In Sonora

Posted by: thepinetree on 07/30/2014 11:27 AM
Sonora, CA...The Sonora Police Department is recruiting for the position of Police Officer. The position is open to Police Academy graduates and Lateral Officers. Testing will be conducted periodically, based on the needs of the Department....


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All Aboard! Railtown 1897 Offers Excursion Train Rides & Live Music Over Labor Day Weekend

Posted by: Lea_Marie_C_Paar on 07/29/2014 10:57 AM
Jamestown, Ca. – To celebrate the holiday in rail-related style, Railtown 1897 State Historic Park (SHP) in Jamestown will offer popular excursion train rides all three days of the upcoming Labor Day weekend. On Saturday and Sunday, rides behind the famous “Movie Star Locomotive” Sierra No. 3 are available; then on Labor Day Monday, vintage diesel train rides are available for interested Park visitors. As another special treat, singer/banjoist James Nelson of the Black Irish Band will entertain guests all three days while performing live on the platform under the tulip tree. Tapping into America’s love affair with trains and westerns, the iconic Sierra No. 3 became known as the “Movie Star Locomotive” after starring in more than 100 Hollywood movies and television productions alongside world-famous celebrities beginning in the early 1900s. In addition to its impressive Hollywood film credentials, Sierra No. 3 is one of the oldest operating steam locomotives in the United States and Railtown 1897 SHP in Jamestown is home to one of just two remaining, fully intact and still functioning steam-era shortline railroad roundhouse complexes in the United States...
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Yosemite El Portal Fire Now At 3,060 Acres, 19% Contained, 640 Personnel

Posted by: thepinetree on 07/29/2014 03:31 PM
Yosemite, CA....Last evening on the El Portal fire the night shift reported active fire until approximately 1:30 A.M. after which conditions settled down. Today’s areas of concern are concentrated on the northern portion of the fire as the fireline bumps into the burn perimeter of the 2009 Big Meadow Fire. Fire crews and aviation assets will continue to combat the fire which is seated in very steep, remote terrain. Vegetation in this area and throughout the state remains in critical, historic drought conditions. The Dark Hole fire, also being managed by CIIMT 5 remains at just over 500 acres as a smoldering, creeping fire in the understory. As threats from this fire are minimal fire resources have been largely concentrated on the El Portal...

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EL Portal Fire Causes Closure of Big Oak Flat Road - Yosemite Valley Remains Open to Public From Highway 120 Visitors Must Use Detour on Highway 49 North

Posted by: thepinetree on 07/29/2014 04:03 PM
Mariposa, Calif., July 29, 2014 – The El Portal Fire on the western edge of Yosemite National Park has burned more than 3,000 acres of wilderness and is currently 19 percent contained, but the park, including Yosemite Valley, remains open. All entrances to the park are open. Yosemite Valley, Mariposa Grove, and Glacier Point are accessible from Highways 140 or 41. The high country is accessible from Highway 120, but the Big Oak Flat Road that connects Highway 140 to Highway 120 to the Valley is temporarily closed. Visitors traveling on Highway 120 can use the Highway 49N detour to access the Valley and the southern areas of the park....
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Yosemite Fire Update July 27, 2014 El Portal Fire

Posted by: thepinetree on 07/28/2014 09:00 AM
Yosemite, CA...As you are aware, we are experiencing a wildland fire that started yesterday in the Old El Portal region. This fire has been fast moving and there has been incredible firefighting work done to protect employees, residents and the park. The fire team made significant progress on the fire today. The fire area is approximately 2,600 acres. Here is some important information:....

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San Jose Man, John Stuart Beaton Loses Life In Hwy 120 Head On Collision

Posted by: thepinetree on 07/28/2014 08:44 AM
Groveland, CA...On Saturday at 10:50am a 27 year old San Jose man, John Stuart Beaton lost his life in a head on collision on Hwy 120 near the Groveland Ranger Station. He was driving a 2013 Chevy Sonic westbound at an unknown rate of speed and let his Chevy cross over into the oncoming lane and directly into the path of a 2009 Ford being driven by an 18 year old man from Penryn, CA....

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Volunteer Orientation/Program - Volunteer Opportunities

Posted by: Lea_Marie_C_Paar on 07/28/2014 11:14 AM
Sonora, Ca... Strengthen our community, encourage self-advocacy, and improve the lives of others. Make a difference in our community by connecting with those in need - touch their lives with your encouragement, support, strength, and talents. Volunteer with the Mother Lode Office of Catholic Charities. The Mother Lode Office of Catholic Charities manages numerous programs for seniors, individuals, and families that rely on dedicated volunteers...
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Yosemite El Portal Fire Fire Now At 2,100 Acres

Posted by: thepinetree on 07/27/2014 10:17 AM
Yosemite, CA...The El Portal Fire is now over 2,100 Acres and is burning in the Yosemite National Park Area.The Fire began in the community of El Portal. Evacuations remain in effect for Foresta and Old El Portal. Crane Flat campground has been evacuated. The Big Oak Flat Road is closed between Crane Flat south to the Highway 140 Junction....

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Yosemite July Lightning Fire Update #1

Posted by: Lea_Marie_C_Paar on 07/25/2014 12:17 AM
Yosemite, Ca...Since July 14, Yosemite National Park has experienced over 3,000 lightning strikes with more than 21 fire starts. Multiple thunderstorms, accompanied by rain, have put out or temporarily slowed activity and growth. Most fires are between 8000’ and 9000’ elevation. They are small, creeping and smoldering surface fires or single logs less than 1/10 of an acre and are showing minimal activity. Of 1,004 fires above 8,000’ since 1930, 941 never got to be 10 acres. Most of these fires have few values at risk an pose little threat to people or park infrastructure. As the weather warms and fuels dry out it is likely other fires will be found. All fires are being monitored by fire crews. Fires Managed for Multiple Objectives: Yosemite fire management is developing strategies for these fires and depending on risk assessment; most of these current fires will be naturally extinguished. Fire crews will utilize natural barriers of granite, streams or open ground to manage fires. The Fire Management Plan allows the park to manage any fire outside of the suppression unit....
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