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Wednesday, Jan 18
All Day Sourdough's 3rd Annual Wild & Woolly Revue
Thursday, Jan 19
All Day Sourdough's 3rd Annual Wild & Woolly Revue
08:00 PM Bella Donna
Friday, Jan 20
All Day Sourdough's 3rd Annual Wild & Woolly Revue
10:30 AM Story Time With Miss Lisa
04:00 PM Meet 21 Year Old Author, Pattern & Fabric Designer Sara Trail
05:00 PM Zucca After Hours
05:30 PM Friday Jazz At Alchemy
09:00 PM Foreverland
Saturday, Jan 21
Until 12:00 AM Sourdough's 3rd Annual Wild & Woolly Revue
10:00 AM Murphys Historic Walking Tour Every Saturday At 10am
11:00 AM Social Justing Sewing Workshop For Teens, Tweens & Adults
01:00 PM Big Trees North Grove Guided Tours Saturdays At 1pm
05:00 PM Make Plans To Attend The Friends Of The Sheriff's Department Annual Crab Feed & Pasta Dinner
05:00 PM Zucca After Hours
06:00 PM Winter Wildlands Alliance Backcountry Film Festival At Bear Valley
Monday, Jan 23
10:45 AM Sierra Grief Support Groups
Tuesday, Jan 24
05:00 PM Beer Pairing Dinner At Alchemy Market & Cafe
Wednesday, Jan 25
10:00 AM Open Paint Wednesdays ~ Graphite Class
Thursday, Jan 26
08:00 PM The 19 Nevermindies
09:00 PM Karaoke At Murphys Hotel
Friday, Jan 27
09:00 AM FLO
05:00 PM Zucca After Hours
05:30 PM Friday Jazz At Alchemy
08:00 PM In The Blue Of The Evening At The Murphys Creek Theatre
Saturday, Jan 28
All Day Angels Camp,CA...Team Tournament $160 ALL-IN, 100% PAYBACK!!Format: Two fish limit- one spotted bass
09:00 AM Join The Ed Friel Memorial Copper Run
09:00 AM “Selection & Care Of Ornamental Shrubs & Roses,” A UCCE Master Gardeners Class
10:00 AM Murphys Historic Walking Tour Every Saturday At 10am
01:00 PM Big Trees North Grove Guided Tours Saturdays At 1pm
05:00 PM Zucca After Hours
09:00 PM East Wind Band
Sunday, Jan 29
03:00 AM Classical Music Concert Of The Mother Lode Friends Of Music
Monday, Jan 30
10:45 AM Sierra Grief Support Groups

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Over 36 years ago, Wilbert Wilson started a small alarm company in Murphys California; today Signal Service is the largest family owned alarm company throughout the Sierra foothills. Owned and managed by Wilbert's three sons, Andy, Mark and Will who have made Signal Service the success it is today. We measure our success by the quality of our relationships and service to our customers, and look forward to the opportunity for continued service in the years to come. Contact Signal Service Inc. for more information on a security system! We would like to Thank Signal Service for Sponsoring our Law Enforcement Coverage!

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Sonora Police Department Get More Than They Bargain For

Posted by: News_Desk on 01/17/2017 12:51 PM
Sonora, CA...Just prior to noon on Saturday, January 14th, the Sonora Police Department was called to the Grocery Outlet market for a report of a shoplifter. When Officer Bowly arrived, he was directed to a female, later identified as 30-year-old Stephany Marie Shelman of Sonora. Shelman initially provided Officer Bowly with a false name and denied being in possession of stolen property.

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Fisticuffs Ensued After Stolen iPhone Leads Victims To Thief On Hwy 108

Posted by: thepinetree on 01/17/2017 11:15 AM
Sonora, CA...On Saturday morning just before 9:30 AM, Sheriff's Deputies were dispatched to a physical fight on Highway 108 near Woods Way. Jesse Newton, a suspect in a stolen vehicle reported to CHP that morning, was located by the owner of the vehicle. The victim and his friend caught up with Newton who was walking and carrying the victim's black bag. While the victim went to get a cell phone to call law enforcement, Newton retrieved a pair of metal knuckles and struck the friend in the back of the head. The friend then punched Newton and held him on the ground until law enforcement arrived.

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Tuolumne County Sheriff's Logs Through January 15th

Posted by: News_Desk on 01/17/2017 09:32 AM
Sonora, CA... Tuolumne County Sheriff's logs through January 15th are enclosed:

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Calaveras County Sheriff's Logs For January 16th

Posted by: News_Desk on 01/17/2017 09:27 AM
San Andreas, CA...The latest activity logs for the Calaveras County Sheriff's Deputies are attached:

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Jerod Latina, 27 From Angels Camp Perishes In Fatal Collision On Pool Station Road

Posted by: thepinetree on 01/17/2017 10:25 AM
Angels Camp, CA...On 01/14/2017 at an undetermined time of the night or early morning, Latina) was driving Vehicle his Chevrolet northbound on Pool Station Rd., north of State Route 4. For an undetermined reason, Latina turned his vehicle to the left causing it to travel off the west side of the roadway. His vehicle overturned and collided with a tree. For an undetermined reason, Latina was located outside his vehicle and had succumbed to his injuries.

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Traffic Update....Cattle Drive Near Sheriff's Posse Grounds On Rawhide

Posted by: thepinetree on 01/16/2017 10:40 AM
Jamestown, CA...The Sonora CHP office is wrangling cars while the cowboys do a bit of a cattle drive moving cattle around near the Sheriff's Posse Grounds on Rawhide Road. Please use caution in the area....


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Calaveras County Sheriff's Logs Through January 15th

Posted by: News_Desk on 01/16/2017 08:33 AM
San Andreas, CA...The latest activity logs for the Calaveras County Sheriff's Deputies are attached:

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Cutting Line May Have Turlock Man Doing Time

Posted by: thepinetree on 01/16/2017 04:21 PM
Pinecrest, CA...On Sunday evening around 5 PM, The Sheriff's Office received a report of a road rage incident that occurred at Dodge Ridge. A man later identified as, 36 year old Tony Alahverdi from Turlock, threatened to kill the victim and pointed what the victim believed was a firearm at the him. The road in the area was backed up and many cars were passing illegally. Alahverdi was trying to pass and the victim was in the way, preventing him from doing so.

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Tuolumne County Sheriff's Logs For January 12th

Posted by: News_Desk on 01/13/2017 02:50 PM
Sonora, CA... Tuolumne County Sheriff's logs for January 12th are enclosed:

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Justice Department Announces Findings Of Investigation Into Chicago Police Department

Posted by: News_Desk on 01/13/2017 01:32 PM
Washington, DC...The Justice Department announced today that it has found reasonable cause to believe that the Chicago Police Department (CPD) engages in a pattern or practice of using force, including deadly force, in violation of the Fourth Amendment of the Constitution. The department found that CPD officers’ practices unnecessarily endanger themselves and result in unnecessary and avoidable uses of force. The pattern or practice results from systemic deficiencies in training and accountability, including the failure to train officers in de-escalation and the failure to conduct meaningful investigations of uses of force.

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