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Central Sierra/Hwy 4 Fishing Report for May 14, 2008~From Bill Reynolds

Posted by: Kim_Hamilton on 05/14/2008 01:29 PM
Ebbetts Pass Is now open! Lake Alpine has now thawed and nice fish are being caught. Lake Alpine does not officially open until May 15th. The ramp is not in the water as there is still snow around the banks. The Lodge will be open and they will be renting cabins. You can contact the lodge at 209-753-6358. Fly fishermen should try woolly buggers, flying ants, and sparrow nymphs. Bank fishermen should try nightcrawlers, Gulp Power Bait, Gulp Nightcrawlers, floating Power Eggs,and salmon eggs. Lure casters should try Kastmasters, Panther Martin spinners, and Rooster Tails.....
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Avery Middle School Band Receives Silver Rating at Forum Music Festival

Posted by: Kim_Hamilton on 05/13/2008 10:09 AM
Avery, CA...The Avery Middle School Band made its debut on their band tour last Friday. The band director, Miss Patty Jo Struve, was very proud of her students as they received a silver rating from the judges at the Forum Music Festival. The performance was held at Ohlone College in Fremont. Judges told the students that they were in the top 20 percentile for bands across the United States. Music selections were carefully chosen by the director to both....
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Century 21 Sierra Poperties Busy Cleaning Stretch of Hwy 4 in Arnold Today

Posted by: Kim_Hamilton on 05/13/2008 02:13 PM
Arnold, CA....You may notice that the stretch of Hwy 4 from Meadowview through town and past Moran Road is quite tidy. That's because the Agents at Century 21 Sierra Properties were busy this morning picking up trash for Highway Clean-up Day. "We wanted to make sure that our stretch of Hwy 4 was clean in time for the upcoming Memorial Day weekend," said Kathleen Bennett, broker/owner of Century 21 Sierra Properties.

Electrical Fire Reported on Saturday Afternoon

Posted by: Kim_Hamilton on 05/12/2008 09:28 AM
Murphys, CA....CAL Fire is reporting an electrical fire that occurred on Saturday May 10th at 56 Forest Meadows Drive in Forest Meadows. There were no injuries and the cause in undetermined. A PG&E electrical box was on fire, then spread into a small spot of vegetation. The full CAL Fire report is enclosed....
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Volunteers Still Needed for Sober Grad Night...Video Chat with Laurie Jurgens

Posted by: Kim_Hamilton on 05/12/2008 03:22 PM
Calaveras County, CA....It’s time to start thinking about the next graduating senior class and their fun and exciting Sober Grad Night Party. Sober Grad Night began at Bret Harte in 1989. Those parents took the idea from Napa High School. Calaveras High joined in the fun in 1992. The purpose of Sober Grad Night is to keep our teenagers in a safe and chemical free environment, while giving them a fun graduation party at the same time. There have been no deaths or seniors....
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Summer Happenings at SNAC!

Posted by: Kim_Hamilton on 05/12/2008 10:25 PM
With SNAC opening their 3rd location last week in Murphys, we thought it would be nice for you to see what they have in store for you during the Summer months. You can read about the history of the General Store where they are now located in Murphys, the upcoming 11th Annual Kayak Festival and more in their Summer Newsletter. Click To Read Newsletter Here

Mother's Day Visitor~From Tyler Summerset

Posted by: Kim_Hamilton on 05/11/2008 09:15 PM
This bear strolled though our yard during our Mother's Day celebration in Arnold today!
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Retirement Sale at EwePhoric Yarns in Arnold~From Susanne Bergum

Posted by: Kim_Hamilton on 05/10/2008 01:01 PM
Arnold, CA.....Dear EwePhoric Friends & Family....After much consideration, I have decided that it is time to retire. This summer marks 40 years since I left home and entered the working world. While I do love my little yarn shop and value the many friendships made over the past 4 years, the time is long overdue for me to re-prioritize my life. I am looking forward to spending lots more time with family; to resurrecting 10 years of genealogy research; learning to spin & weave; to teaching the fiber arts; and to creating luscious textiles. I want to read every President's biography; may be even learn to speak Spanish; and lose those @#% pounds.....
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An Update on Matthew McCullough....Fundraiser Being Held on Saturday May 10th at Figaro's of Murphys~From The McCullough Family

Posted by: Kim_Hamilton on 05/09/2008 09:44 AM
"As of today, 5/4/08, Matt only has 3 more radiation treatments. He will then have about a 4-5 week break, before his chemo program. These last few weeks have been tough for Matt. He had to have a blood transfusion, because his red blood cell count was too low. They were only able to give him one unit, because the added blood gave him a high fever. He’s having a second blood transfusion tomorrow. He had to have IV’s everyday last week, to keep him....
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Ebbetts Pass Expected to Open at 2pm....This Afternoon! Update...It's Open.

Posted by: thepinetree on 05/09/2008 10:51 AM
Lake Alpine, CA...We just spoke with Randy at the Camp Connell Caltrans office and they expect to have Hwy 4 over Ebbetts Pass open by 2pm this afternoon. So as of this afternoon The Ebbetts Pass National Scenic Byway will be whole again for the summer. So get out the cameras, pack the car and go explore the high country...
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