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Thursday, Aug 23
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12:00 PM Sierra Nevada Logging Museum Open Thurs - Sun
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07:00 PM William Shakespeare's The Tempest, Directed by Tara Kayton, Presented by Shakespeare on the Vine
Friday, Aug 24
11:00 AM Guided Tours of Ironstone Vineyards
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All Day "Voices of Wisdom" Senior 55+ writing classes
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Saturday, Aug 25
All Day Exotic Bird Show
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11:00 AM Guided Tours of Ironstone Vineyards
11:00 AM Town Tours of Columbia State Historic Park
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All Day "Voices of Wisdom" Senior 55+ writing classes
05:00 PM Gary L. Stevens For Sheriff Tri-Tip Fundraiser Dinner & Dance
Until 08:30 PM Song Posse
07:00 PM Bear Valley Summer Music Series! June 30th - Labor Day
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Sunday, Aug 26
All Day Exotic Bird Show
11:00 AM Sunday Funday at Ironstone Vineyards
11:00 AM Guided Tours of Ironstone Vineyards
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All Day "Voices of Wisdom" Senior 55+ writing classes
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Wednesday, Aug 29
11:00 AM Guided Tours of Ironstone Vineyards
Thursday, Aug 30
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12:00 PM Sierra Nevada Logging Museum Open Thurs - Sun
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Friday, Aug 31
11:00 AM Guided Tours of Ironstone Vineyards
12:00 PM Sierra Nevada Logging Museum Open Thurs - Sun
05:00 PM Angels Camp Farmers Market
05:30 PM Friday Night Music at Alchemy
06:00 PM One Hot August Night
07:00 PM William Shakespeare's The Tempest, Directed by Tara Kayton, Presented by Shakespeare on the Vine
Saturday, Sep 1
All Day Exotic Bird Show
09:30 AM North Grove Photography Walks at Big Trees State Park
10:00 AM 46th Annual Labor Day Weekend Arts & Crafts Festival, Arnold
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11:00 AM Town Tours of Columbia State Historic Park
12:00 PM Sierra Nevada Logging Museum Open Thurs - Sun
05:00 PM Snarky Cats at Cameo Plaza
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Sunday, Sep 2
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Join the Firefighters from the Angels Camp Fire Department for the 46th Annual Fireman's FunDay ~By Hanna Alldrin

Posted by: Hanna_Alldrin on 07/30/2008 04:58 PM
Angels Camp, CA....Join the Firefighters from the Angels Camp Fire Department for the 46th Annual Fireman's FunDay on August 23rd. Fireman's FunDay is an annual benefit for the Angels Camp Fire Department. In 1961, the firemen from the Angels Camp Volunteer Fire Department would host an annual control burn and then after they were all done they would allow all the children to take a ride on the back of the fire engine.......


A bunch of county youngsters get a preview of the traditional ride on the 1963 GMC fire engine for Firemen's FunDay. The funtruck engine was dedicated to Howard Stone, who was the annual funtruck driver for firemen's funday. From left: Dewayne Brown, Jacob Williams 5, Jaime Faull 12, Crystal Luster 9, Kayla Luster 11, Kenna Williams 3, Mason Williams 5 months, Isaac Benge 6, Ashley Newman 2, Brendon Newman 3, Ian Carll 8. Photo Right: Firemen's Funday in 1981.
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FIRE NEWS.....UPDATE: Telegraph Fire in Mariposa County Has Burned 29,600 Acres with an Estimated Cost of $9 Million Dollars....Continuing Updates Enclosed

Posted by: Anonymous on 07/26/2008 05:00 PM
Mariposa County, CA... On Friday, July 25th, at approximately 3:15pm a fire was reported on Highway 140 near and Sherlock Road in the Midpines Area above Mariposa County. According to Cal Fire, the fire has now burned almost 30,000 acres, 25 residences, 27 outbuildings/storage buildings. There are currently 4,000 residences threatened. The fire is 10% contained as of 7/29/08 at 7am. Many structures are threatened in the Midpine Area and evacuation warnings are in place for residences in the immediate area of the fire. Agencies assisting Cal fire include:Mariposa County Fire, Mariposa Sheriffs Department, BLM, USFS, CCC, and California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation.......



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UPDATE on Hwy 4 Closure from CHP Update...Hwy 4 is now open as of 4:54pm....DUI Arrest Made In Vehicle Caused Fire. Parts of Pool Station Still Without Power!

Posted by: thepinetree on 07/29/2008 03:12 PM
Copperopolis, CA...Just spoke with CHP Officer Castillo and this is the latest update on the Hwy 4 Closure. If you are heading East on Hwy 4 you will be detoured onto Pool Station Road towards San Andreas. West Bound Travelers will be detoured either to San Andreas and take Pool Station Rd or go over through Jamestown and take Hwy 108. Estimated Hwy 4 opening time is 5pm. The Hwy 4 closure was related to the fire this afternoon. A 32 year old Angels Camp Female was arrested for the DUI caused single vehicle crash that started the fire. Some Pool Station Residents still without power. PG&E Crews will be working to restore power as soon as access issues have been resolved. The CHP release is enclosed...
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TRAFFIC NEWS....Multiple Accidents in Calaveras County...UPDATED

Posted by: thepinetree on 07/24/2008 03:11 PM
Calaveras County, CA...CHP is responding to a three collisions at this hour. There is what may be a hit and run accident with injuries at Hwy 26 and Hwy 49 in Mokelumne Hill. It is coming in as a vehicle vs pedestrian. They are medi-flighting a cyclist out now to a nearby hospital. It is still being determined if it was actually a hit and run or solo accident. Updates to follow. UPDATE...4:15pm...It is confirmed that is was a solo cyclist collision. Apparently the cyclist was intoxicated while cycling and went down an embankment. He is being flown to Doctors Hospital of Modesto....Accident #2... CHP & EPFD are also working an injury accident in Arnold that was blocking a lane. The Arnold accident should be in the clearing stages now. One injured party was transferred to MTSJ Hospital. There is a third non-injury collision at Burson Road in Burson that is blocking traffic. Use caution in the affected areas.

DUI leads to accident...and trip to hospital

Posted by: Kim_Hamilton on 07/22/2008 07:25 AM
Valley Springs, CA...Just before 9pm last night a 61 year old Valley Springs man lost control of his vehicle while on his way from San Andreas to Valley Springs. His vehicle overturned and he was found shortly afterward unconscious inside his car. He was taken to Doctors Medical Center in Modesto. CHP release is enclosed...
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TRAFFIC News.....Collision with Ambulance Responding at Hwy 49 at O'Connell Lane in San Andreas (Update Accident Caused By Cell Phone)

Posted by: thepinetree on 07/20/2008 12:03 PM
San Andreas, CA....CHP is reporting a Collision with Ambulance Responding at Hwy 49 at O'Connell Lane. Apparently is single vehicle that has rolled over several times. We are unsure of injuries are involved but will keep you posted with details. Please use caution in the area. (Update Accident Caused By Cell Phone) CHP Release Enclosed...
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The Search for Lopez Continues(UPDATED)

Posted by: thepinetree on 07/19/2008 10:00 AM
Copperopolis, CA... There have been reported unsubstantiated sitings of Mr. Lopez in Tuolumne & Calaveras County. Authorities have reason to suspect that he may have been the person who broke into the Lake Tulloch Resort Store early Friday in search of clothing, food & cash. Units from the Department of Corrections and also Sheriff Units from both counties are on the lookout. If you see 35 year old George Lopez please call 911 and report the siting. (Update as of 8:45pm) We spoke with CDC Officials today and they did not feel that the break in the Lake Tulloch area was their guy. The did have one additional reported sighting in the Tuolumne City area that they are following up on. We will keep you posted as we know more...Other than that the trail may be going stale.
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TRAFFIC News....Ambulance Responding to Collision at Milton Road

Posted by: Kim_Hamilton on 07/19/2008 06:57 PM
CHP is reporting a vehicle Collision with Ambulance Responding at Milton Road and Rock Creek Road. Updates to follow if needed. Use caution in the area. Location:

Traffic Collision at Highway 4 and Big Trees.

Posted by: Hanna_Alldrin on 07/19/2008 05:57 PM
Big Trees, CA.....A traffic collision is being reported at Highway 4 and Big Trees. A solo motorcycle is involved. Ambulance and Air-Med 42 from Columbia is responding to the incident. Use cation in this area. Updates to come if needed.

TRAFFIC NEWS...Solo Vehicle Collision with Ambulance Responding at Hwy 26

Posted by: Kim_Hamilton on 07/18/2008 12:18 PM
CHP is reporting a Collision with Ambulance Responding at Hwy 26 at West Point. More details to come if needed. Please use caution in the area as Tow Truck and crews are present.
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