Calaveras County Public Health Issues Heat Advisory To Residents
Posted by: thepinetree on 07/25/2016 12:56 PM
San Andreas, CA...Calaveras County Public Health Services has issued a heat advisory for the County. We urge the public to act now to prevent heat-related illness. Temperatures of 100 degrees or more are expected over the next several days. Dr. Kelaita, County Health Officer, stated, “Taking action now can prevent the possibility of heat-related illness. Some health conditions such as obesity, fever, dehydration, heart disease, poor circulation, sunburn and drug/alcohol use can make it harder for the body to say cool in hot weather.”
New Saturday Bus Service Launches Today!! Hop aboard the Saturday Hopper!
Posted by: thepinetree on 07/23/2016 09:36 AM
Murphys, CA...Calaveras County residents are invited to the opening of a new Saturday bus service at the inaugural Saturday Hopper ride on Saturday, July 23. The bus route will offer residents and visitors a worry free way to appreciate the various attractions and destinations from Valley Springs to Murphys. Opening festivities include ribbon cutting ceremonies at each stop on the first run of the day, including the 11:23 am stop at the Visitor Center in Angels Camp with Mayor Wes Kulm. Riders are encouraged to join in the celebration.
Mountain Ranch, CA...The DELTA WIRES is a big, high-energy harmonica and horns blues band from the Oakland/San Francisco Bay Area. They were Finalists out of 100 band representatives from blues societies all over the world, in the Blues Foundation's 2008 International Blues Challenge held in Memphis TN, and were voted "BEST BAND" Oakland/East Bay in Oakland Magazine's annual readers' poll, and also by the East Bay Express. The DELTA WIRES were inducted into the California Blues Hall of Fame in December, 2012.
Angels Food & Sierra Hills Markets Weekly Ad Through July 26
Posted by: thepinetree on 07/20/2016 06:18 PM
Angels Camp & Murphys, CA...Angels Food & Sierra Hills Markets Weekly Ad Through July 26. Sierra Hills, Angels Food & Sierra Hills Natural Food Markets have been part of the Calaveras community since 1935. High Quality, Great Customer Service and Great Hometown Prices. "We are dedicated to providing the best to our customers. " - Mike Croshaw Wishing you Good Times & Good Cheer. Sierra Hills Market 209-728-3402 Angels Food Market 209-736-4243
Click Above For Their Weekly Savings. Sierra Hills Market 209.728.3402, 117 Highway 4, Murphys. Lila and Sage Catering and Cakes 209.728.2604. Angels Food Market 209.736.4243. 396 North Main Street, Angels Camp. Save 10% When you buy 4 or more bottles of liquor or wine. Remember we already have the best prices on liquor and the biggest local wine selection.
San Andreas, CA...Paying CCWD water and sewer bills just got a lot easier with the launch of a new payment processing system in late June. This new system – called Paymentus – was put into place as a direct result of CCWD Customer Service representatives listening to customer feedback. Some of the most common requests were for automatic payments using credit cards, paying over the phone using checks and a choice to pay monthly instead of bimonthly. All these options are now available, along with a suite of other new features – all free of charge to customers...
Don't Miss Egypt Vacation Bible School Starting Tonight In San Andreas
Posted by: thepinetree on 07/18/2016 10:14 AM
San Andreas, CA...Don't Miss Egypt Vacation Bible School Starting Tonight In San Andreas
Injuries Sustained In Camanche Parkway South Collision
Posted by: thepinetree on 07/18/2016 11:15 AM
Valley Springs, CA...A 60 year old Valley Springs man was driving his Ford F250 southbound on Camanche Parkway South, south of Arapaho Way. A 40 year old Rail Road Flat woman was driving her 2003 Chevy Tahoe northbound on Camanche Parkway South approaching the pickup. For an unknown reason, he allowed his F250 to drift onto the right shoulder and collide with a dirt embankment. His vehicle then crossed into the opposing lane of traffic, directly into the path of the Tahoe. She took evasive action, but was unable to avoid a collision. The left front of the Ford subsequently collided with the left front of the Chevy. The force of the collision left both vehicles disabled along the east shoulder of Camanche Parkway South.
CHP San Andreas Hosts Teen Driving Classes July 25th & 26th
Posted by: thepinetree on 07/18/2016 02:14 PM
San Andreas, CA...The leading cause of death for Americans 15-20 years old is motor vehicle collisions, (According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration) and the CHP’s goal is to reduce the death rate among teenagers as the result of these collisions. In order to address this alarming trend, the CHP developed a program called Start Smart. Start Smart is aimed at helping newly licensed and future licensed teenage drivers understand the critical responsibilities of driving and to understand that accidents do happen, but collisions are 100 percent preventable.
Tree mortality update from Supervisor Michael Oliveira
Posted by: thepinetree on 07/17/2016 09:10 AM
Sacramento, CA...I have just returned from the most recent Governor’s Tree Mortality Committee meeting in Sacramento and wanted to take a moment to update you with new developments and information. The most recent Ariel Survey of tree mortality was performed on 5/19/16 and is reporting that there are approximately 693,000 dead trees in Calaveras County, and an additional 7.2 Million dead trees in the Sequoia National Forest. There is approximately 37 Million dollars allocated to the USFS for tree removal and has been funded for startup costs for crews working high hazard Counties. In the event of a major wild fire these funds could be diverted if the need arises.
Calaveras County Public Access TV Studio PATV Schedule Through July 21st
Posted by: thepinetree on 07/15/2016 11:27 AM
San Andreas, CA...Calaveras Community TV is located in San Andreas, CA. We are a non-profit organization which helps facilitate the local studio and air original community programming to your home. The goals for PEG Access Television are to promote free speech, foster diverse points of view, encourage communications, create opportunities, encourage artistic expression, expand educational access, and promote participatory democracy in order to strengthen the spirit of the communities and enrich the lives of our residents and visitors.