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Monday, Mar 4
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The Community Welcomes Mark Twain St. Joseph's Occupational Health ~By John Hamilton Updated with Full Video

Posted by: Kim_Hamilton on 03/27/2009 12:59 PM
Angels Camp, CA...Mark Twain's Occupational Health Clinic in Angels Camp help a Ribbon Cutting ceremony today at their offices in Angels Camp. They may have had their ribbon cutting today but they have already made a huge impact in the community. They have over 200 clients signed up to take advantage of their employment screenings and workman's compensation care...
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GABA Mixer Tonight!

Posted by: Kim_Hamilton on 03/26/2009 02:58 PM
Arnold, CA...GABA members and guests are all invited to the March mixer at Tallahans this evening from 5:30 to 7PM. Pat Ross from the Calaveras County Sheriff’s Dept. will be speaking on crime prevention and discussing security tips for businesses. There is a no host bar and appetizers to tempt you. There will also be a raffle and donations are appreciated! Come on down and join your fellow business owners to see how we are all managing in this economy.

Bistro 49 Now Open In Arnold! ~By John Hamilton

Posted by: thepinetree on 03/26/2009 02:43 PM
Arnold, CA..".Welcome to Bistro 49, Calaveras County's premier new bistro; located in Arnold California. Bistro 49 offers a menu bursting with house made items from our Executive and Pastry Chef, with something for everyone. Bistro 49 is the perfect location for a relaxing lunch, a cozy dinner with friends and loved ones, or an elegant breakfast on the weekends".....
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The Role of the Federal Reserve in Preserving Financial and Monetary Stability: Treasury to Seek Additional Power to Seize Troubled Firms ~From US Treasury Dept

Posted by: thepinetree on 03/24/2009 06:48 AM
Washington, DC...Sound economic performance requires both financial stability and monetary stability. As the nation's central bank, the Federal Reserve has critical responsibilities in both areas. The Congress created the Federal Reserve in 1913 in large part in response to the periodic panics and crises that plagued the U.S. financial system in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Over nearly a century, in the service of its original mandate as well as its monetary and regulatory responsibilities, the Federal Reserve has developed wide-ranging institutional expertise regarding financial markets and institutions, foreign as well as domestic. The Federal Reserve also has the unique ability to serve as the lender of last resort, a vital function in crises. For these reasons, it is natural and desirable that the Federal Reserve should play a central role, in cooperation with the Department of the Treasury and other agencies, in preventing and managing financial crises....
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CSERC's Comments on SPI Lumber Mill Closing ~By John Buckley

Posted by: thepinetree on 03/24/2009 09:13 PM
Twain Harte, CA...SPI's press release on March 23rd announced plans to close two major sawmills -- one in Sonora and one at Camino. That is clearly a tragic loss for the millworkers and other workers who are tied to the seasonal employment of logging in our local area. The mill closures, however, are a clear response to the current economic downturn...
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Guest Host Special Advisor David Crane Discusses Federal Economic Stimulus Projects for California in Governor’s Weekly Radio Address

Posted by: thepinetree on 03/23/2009 07:12 AM
Sacramento, CA...Hi, this is David Crane, Special Adviser to Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger for Jobs and Economic Growth filling in for the Governor with this week’s California Report. Just 1 month after President Obama signed his economic stimulus package into law, we are already seeing big dividends here in California. Last week the California Transportation Commission approved $625 million in federal stimulus funds for 57 projects up and down the state...
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Habitat for Humanity Warehouse to Open More Days

Posted by: Kim_Hamilton on 03/23/2009 09:20 AM
Calaveras County, CA....Beginning March 25 through May 1 the Habitat for Humanity Calaveras Warehouse will be open every Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, in addition to the usual first and third Saturdays of each month. The Warehouse is a discount building materials reuse outlet store at 172 California St., San Andreas. The Warehouse will be open from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m Wednesdays through Fridays for a six week trial period and as usual from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. the first and third Saturdays of each month....
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One in Five Americans Plan to Buy a Home Despite Economic Conditions

Posted by: thepinetree on 03/23/2009 07:12 PM
Los Angeles, CA...While half (52%) of all Americans are concerned they or someone they know will face foreclosure in the next six to 12 months, 23% of adults plan to purchase a home in the next five years, and more than half of them (53.5%) are first time homebuyers, according to a new survey...
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U.S. Markets Wrap: S&P 500 Caps Biggest 10-Day Gain Since 1938

Posted by: thepinetree on 03/23/2009 06:55 PM
New York, NY...March 23 (Bloomberg) -- U.S. stocks rallied, capping the market’s steepest two-week gain since 1938, as investors speculated the Obama administration’s plan to rid banks of toxic assets will spur growth and investor Mark Mobius said a new bull market has begun. Treasuries and the dollar fell...

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Sierra Pacific Industries Announces Mill Closures at Sonora and Camino, California...310 Jobs to be lost!

Posted by: thepinetree on 03/23/2009 04:07 PM
Anderson, CA – Sierra Pacific Industries (SPI) today announced it will close two sawmills located in Sonora and Camino, California this summer. In addition, a biomass-fueled electric power plant in Sonora supplying renewable energy will also be closed. According to SPI, the difficult lumber market combined with reduced timber harvests on nearby national forest lands and state regulatory burdens were the primary drivers behind the decision to close the plants. In total, 310 workers (164 at Camino, 146 at Sonora) will be affected by these closures...
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