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Calaveras Land /Water Committee Discusses Plan for New CCWD Site ~ By Bethany Monk

Posted by: Bethany on 01/31/2008 03:28 PM
San Andreas, C.A….Ed Rich, Calaveras Counter Water District 4 Director told the district’s Land/ Water committee that he wants to see a new CCWD site built during his lifetime….

Dave Andres, CCWD general manager
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Current Exhibit Shows 15 Calaveras Artists’ Version of “Life’s Journeys”

Posted by: Kim_Hamilton on 01/31/2008 03:44 PM
San Andreas, CA...The first ever “themed” show of the Gallery Group of the Calaveras Arts Council is now on public view in its gallery on Main Street in San Andreas. The exhibit titled “Life’s Journeys” features 15 artists’ interpretations of that theme--all are new works in a variety of mediums. See a wide range of images that includes fishing scenes, old doors, sandhill cranes, antique dolls, and even a large realistic watercolor painting of Hillary Clinton as she looked during her “journey” in 1993. All of the works are for sale, with a few exceptions....

“To the Past and the Future”~Acrylic by Lori Kelly “Generations”~Ceramic Sculpture by Lori Kelly
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Mark Twain St. Joseph's Hospital Gets Ready For an Outbreak

Posted by: thepinetree on 01/31/2008 07:31 PM
San Andreas, CA...A functional Emergency Management Exercise was held at Mark Twain St. Joseph’s Hospital on January 29th. The purpose of the exercise was to test the hospital’s ability to react to a community disaster; in this case an influx of patients who have flu-like symptoms and may be infectious. Regional Occupational Program (ROP) students portrayed as patients began arriving at the Emergency Department at 5:30 a.m. Objectives of the exercise included following proper protocols for identifying infectious patients, proper isolation of infectious patients, timely implementation of an Incident Command Center and notification to the county’s Public Health Department, access to resources such as staff and supplies, designation of an alternative care site for the influx of patients and timely identification of the disease. The exercise lasted until noon....

Alternative Care Site for infectious patients during Emergency Management Exercise.
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CCWD to Move Forward with Plans for New Billing Procedures (Wednesday CCWD meeting re-cap included) ~ By Bethany Monk

Posted by: Bethany on 01/30/2008 12:42 PM
San Andreas, C.A…. Calaveras County Water District plans to move from a bi-monthly billing plan for CCWD customers to a monthly plan, which will cost the district more than $30,000 each year….


Doug Wilson, CCWD customer service supervisor,
addresses the board regarding benefits for implem-
enting a monthly billing plan.

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CCWD Board Determined to Help Keep Sandy Gulch Park, Valley Springs Soccer Field Projects in the Works ~ By Bethany Monk

Posted by: Bethany on 01/30/2008 04:01 PM
San Andreas, C.A….Calaveras County Water District Board of Directors agreed Wednesday to make extra efforts to work with the county in order to help save the County Parks projects, which are in danger of losing state funding….
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Join Steve Wilensky for "Soup Talk" on Friday

Posted by: Kim_Hamilton on 01/29/2008 08:13 AM
Mountain Ranch, CA...The Mountain Ranch Community Club will hold a Soup Potluck on Friday February 1st, at6 p.m., at the Mountain Ranch Town Hall, Washington Street, Mountain Ranch. District 2 Supervisor Steve Wilensky will speak. The event is free. Just bring a dish to share and table service. For more information call Barbara Pollard, (209) 754-5360.
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Injury Accident at Hwy 49 in San Andreas with CHP Release

Posted by: Kim_Hamilton on 01/29/2008 12:11 PM
CHP and Ambulance are responding to an injury-collision at Hwy 49 in San Andreas....There was a minor injury collision today at approximately 11:40am at Hwy 49 and Mountain Ranch Road in San Andreas. The injured party was transported to Mark Twain St. Josephs Hospital, treated for neck and shoulder pain and released. The full CHP release is enclosed...
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Non-Profit Parkinsons Organization Donates New Children's Book to Explain Parkinsons Disease to Calaveras Libraries

Posted by: Kim_Hamilton on 01/29/2008 08:58 PM
The famous boxer Muhammad Ali has suffered from Parkinsons Disease for nearly thirty years. He is one of nearly two million Americans who have Parkinsons Disease [PD], a progressive, degenerative neurological disease which does not go into remission and which has no cure. The once mischievous Ali is now quite fragile, no longer able to speak or to walk. As the disease progressed, Ali's daughter Rasheda Ali struggled to explain to her...

Sarah Johnson, on the right, of proACTIVE parkinsons project presents copies of "I'll Hold Your Hand So You Don't Fall, a Child's Guide to Parkinsons Disease" for each branch library to Maurie Hoelstra, Main Librarian of Calaveras County.
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"Growing Pomegranates"~By Ken Churches

Posted by: Kim_Hamilton on 01/28/2008 09:38 AM
The pomegranate is associated with the most ancient civilization in the Middle East. Judging by some of the earliest records, the pomegranate is native to Persia and the surrounding area. It was also cultivated in ancient Greece and referred to by Greek writers several hundred years B.C., even before the advent of the almond, peach or apricot. Spanish missionaries brought the pomegranate to the New World soon after Cortez conquered Mexico in 1521. As the missions moved north to California, so did the fruits grown by the padres....

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New San Andreas School Site to Open Doors Next Fall ~ By Bethany Monk

Posted by: Bethany on 01/28/2008 11:24 AM
San Andreas, C.A….Students at Mountain Ranch Community Day School in Mountain Ranch and Mountain Oaks Charter School in San Andreas will soon have a new state-of–the-art campus to call their own…


Tim Randolph of BoBo Construction oversees about 40 sub-
contractors on the new school site project in San Andreas.
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