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Art's of Bear Valley Summer Show Will Run Concurrently with Bear Valley Music Fest!

Posted by: Kim_Hamilton on 07/09/2008 02:02 PM
Bear Valley, CA....This is the 18th Year for the Arts of Bear Valley Summer Show! It will be running concurrently with the Bear Valley Music Festival from July 26th~August 10th, in the Perry Walther Building, across from the Bear Valley Music Festival Tent. They will feature an art raffle benefiting the Music Festival. The raffle includes artwork by Nancy Calhoun, Jerry Gililland, June Brown and Joyce Schoonover. Tickets will be sold daily at the Art show in the Perry Walter building, next to the music tent, with the winning tickets to be drawn on August 10th.

Click on lovely art for larger images!
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Public Health Facts on How To Prevent Heat Illness

Posted by: Kim_Hamilton on 07/08/2008 11:24 AM
Who is at risk of heat illness? A heat wave with high day time and evening temperature that last a few days, can be a serious health concern for some people. Heat related illness occurs when the body temperature rises rapidly and the body cannot cool itself with just sweating. Groups that are more likely to experience heat illness such as heat exhaustion and heat stroke are....
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“Outrageous & Provocative” Theme Show Extreme at Gallery Calaveras

Posted by: Kim_Hamilton on 07/08/2008 11:39 PM
“Outrageous & Provocative” is the latest theme show opening at Gallery Calaveras on Saturday, July 12. Venture out for an exciting journey through the most flamboyant aspects of our inspired art community. It is sure to be a fresh experience. From wild abstracts to the surreal and breathtaking designs found in nature, this show is sure to amuse, inspire and foster conversation and laughter. Featuring the work of 20 artists, “Outrageous & Provocative” will run for 6 weeks awaiting your viewing pleasure.....
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CAL Fire Reports Six Fires in Calaveras County Over Holiday Weekend

Posted by: Kim_Hamilton on 07/07/2008 11:47 PM
Calaveras County, CA....CAL Fire reported six fires in Calaveras County over the 4th of July weekend. The first occurred on July 5th at 415 Sandy Gulch Road in Wilseyville. 1/2 acre of grass vegetation burned due to electrical power lines. No injuries reported. The 2nd occurred on July 5th at 7858 Mountain Ranch Road in Mountain Ranch. Cause of fire was Arson, Fireworks. A 20' spot of vegetation was burned. No injuries reported. The third took place on July 5th at 8434 Hwy 49 and Campo Seco Turnpike in Mokelumne Hill. This fire was also caused by Arson, fireworks. 100 feet of vegetation was burned from fireworks. No injuries. There was a 6.7 acre grass fire that occurred on July 6th at 6400 Hwy 4 and Telegraph Court in Copperopolis. Cause of fire is undetermined. The largest fire of the weekend took place at Hwy 12 and Evans Road in Valley Springs on July 6th which burned 76 acres of vegetation. One firefighter suffered heat exhaustion. The cause is under investigation. The incident remains open and mop up continues throughout July 7th. The last was a fire that occurred on July 6th at 5770 Hwy 49 in Mokelumne Hill. This was two fires that burned vegetation for a total of 3 acres. Cause is under investigation. CAL Fire reports are enclosed....
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Excessive Heat Watch for This Week..Temps Could Reach 113 Degrees in Angels Camp on Wednesday

Posted by: Anonymous on 07/07/2008 11:56 PM
The National Weather Service is Stating there will be an "Excessive Heat Watch" for the next several days for portions of Northern California. Strong high pressure building over the area will result in near record to record temperatures over portions of interior Northern California over the next several days. Over the next several days, in addition, northerly wind will help reduce smoke in the the northern Sacramento and surrounding mountains allowing for greater heating during the day and warmer temps overnight. Wednesday is expected to be the hottest day with a gradual decrease in heat through the remainder of the week.....
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Fire Agencies Make Quick Work of Fires

Posted by: thepinetree on 07/06/2008 05:35 PM
San Andreas, CA...CAL-Fire and local agencies have made quick work of fires that have broken out today. The largest consumed 75 acres of grass in the Valley Springs area between Hwy 12 & 26. No structures were damaged. There was also a small 7 acre grass fire in Copperopolis Area this morning. Two small fires broke out between San Andreas and Mokelumne Hill as well. All the fires are currently contained and no buildings have been damaged.
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FIRE NEWS.....Fire on Pool Station Road 1/2 Mile from Highway 4

Posted by: Hanna_Alldrin on 07/06/2008 08:46 PM
Angels Camp, CA... A fire is being reported on Pool Station Road, 1/2 mile from Highway 4 on the left hand side of the road. The fire type is unknown at this time. Smoke and flames can be seen from the road. Units are in route to the scene. UPDATE #1: Units are having trouble locating the fire and are on scene now. Units that have not arrived on scene are staging at Highway 4 and Pool Station Road. UPDATE #2: Units are still unable to locate the fire and believe it was a burn pile, the smoke and flames are no longer visible from the road. Units that were staged on Highway 4 are now being canceled. We will keep you posted on type of fire when determined.
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Run Fast and Finish Hard, Hernia Hill Races at Twisted Oak ~By Hanna Alldrin UPDATED WITH RESULTS

Posted by: Hanna_Alldrin on 07/06/2008 07:24 PM
Vallecito, CA....The 'Twisted' 5k , 10k, & Half Marathon came to the "Twisted Empire". Presented by Twisted Oak Winery and On Your Mark Events. 140 runners joined Twisted Oak and On Your Mark Events for the 21st Annual Hernia Hill 5K, 10K, and Half-Marathon. The Hernia Hill started in 1988. This was the first ever "On Your Mark Events," event held at Twisted Oak in Vallecito! The twisted runners took their mark and headed for the finish line at 8am this morning........



Click on a photo for a slideshow!
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"Branching Out" With Hanna Alldrin

Posted by: Hanna_Alldrin on 07/06/2008 07:12 PM
Calaveras County, CA...A new addition to The Pine Tree.net is "Branching Out With Hanna Alldrin." Each week Hanna will explore Calaveras County and will come up with a weekly question to ask local residents. Local areas you might see Hanna are Starbucks in Angels Camp, Sierra Hills Market in Murphys, or Big Trees Market in Arnold. This weeks question was....

From the left: Nick Allan, Tom Doneto, IrvaDean Doneto.
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Board of Supes Are Back in Action Tuesday Morning.....Meeting is Almost Over, Video Up Shortly

Posted by: Kim_Hamilton on 07/05/2008 10:30 PM
San Andreas, CA....The BOS meeting is almost over. They are moving onto Jail Bond issues. John will have full video of the meeting up shortly....The Calaveras County Board of Supervisors are back in action Tuesday morning. Measure J is back on the agenda for discussion; Two Public Hearings; A Minute Order to approve a revised second amended Joint Powers Agreement creating the Upper Mokelumne River Watershed Authority; Discussion and possible action regarding the adoption of an ordinance approving revisions to Chapter 15.06 Flood Damage Prevention. The full agenda is enclosed for your viewing pleasure. Full Video Coverage will Come shortly after meeting so stay tuned....Click Here To Read Board Packet

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