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Youth Alliance to Hold Dance in the Park!

Posted by: thepinetree on 08/30/2008 04:19 PM
Mountain Ranch, CA....On Saturday, September 13th, the Mountain Ranch Youth Alliance will cap its summer activities by holding a Dance in the Park from 7 to 11 p.m. at Mountain Ranch Community Park. Classic rock and modern country music will be provided by the popular Amador Station, a six member band. Location of the park is the corner of Mountain Ranch Road and Whiskey Slide Road in Mountain Ranch......
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"Billie Hammer" The Last Sheepherder of Calaveras County!

Posted by: thepinetree on 08/29/2008 12:09 AM
San Andreas, CA...We thought we would run this lovely story for you again that we ran back in August.....We had the extreme pleasure of meeting Billie and Mike Hammer, of San Andreas early one morning this week, to find out what sheep herding is all about. If you saw the movie "Babe", everything will seem familiar to you except the pig. Billie Hammer is the last known free-range sheepherder of Calaveras County. She has goats or sheep for over forty years. We even had the pleasure of meeting retired Sheep Show Dog, Coy. Coy is a $10,000 trained competition sheep herding dog, just like in the movie "Babe." Billie mentioned that her job would be impossible without the help of Coy each morning. Coy can round the sheep up, make them turn left, turn right and hardest of all, park them...

Billie Hammer, Her Wonderful Dog Coy and just a few of her sheep
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Spend the Afternoon in the Lovely Town of Mountain Ranch for the 29th Annual "Day in the Park!"

Posted by: Kim_Hamilton on 08/22/2008 10:52 PM
Mountain Ranch, CA....On Saturday, August 23rd, the little town of Mountain Ranch will hold their 29th Annual "Day in the Park!" Festivities begin at 12 noon. Go and enjoy a fun filled day with the family where there is fun for everyone! Larger flyer enclosed.....
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Supervisor Russ Thomas Hosted One of Two Tax Saving Meetings...Next One August 13th in Copperopolis....Complete Meeting Video Enclosed

Posted by: thepinetree on 08/07/2008 07:53 AM
Jenny Lind, CA...Supervisor Russ Thomas played host and invited County Assessor Grant W. Metzger, Jr. and Leslie Davis, Assistant Assessor to address the public on if the declining home values can also lower your tax bill. Last night's meeting was held at the Jenny Lind Firehouse. The Assessor's office has already sent out 5,500 notices to county property owners who have had a value decline. If you have not received a notice then at least according to the county your property values have not dropped....

Assistant Assessor Leslie Davis Instructs the Crowd as Assessor Metzger & Supervisor Thomas look on.
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Chamber of Commerce Celebrates the National Cowboy Day with Dinner and Dancing ~By Hanna Alldrin

Posted by: Hanna_Alldrin on 07/28/2008 09:42 AM
Angels Camp, CA....A little bit of country and history took place on Saturday at the Calaveras County Fairgrounds in Angels Camp. Since cowboys are such an important part of the history and heritage of Calaveras County, the Calaveras County Chamber of Commerce celebrated the cowboy with a Barbecue Dinner and Dance. The National Day of the American Cowboy.....

Click on a photo for a full slideshow of the National Day of the American Cowboy!
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Mountain Ranch Native and Former Calaveras High Wrestling Standout Jake Shields Live on CBS Tomorrow Night

Posted by: thepinetree on 07/25/2008 10:37 AM
Stockton, CA...Jake will be fighting Nick Thompson for the EliteXC Welterweight Title in Stockton and Live on CBS, July 26. From ..."Jake Shields was born Jan. 9, 1979. He was raised near Mt. Ranch, in the Sierra Nevada Mountains of northern California. Jake is a life-long vegetarian. He was home schooled up to junior high. He and his two older brothers grew up at the end of a dirt road on the rim of the Jesus Maria Canyon. Their nearest friends were a 45 minute hike down one side of the canyon and up the other. Their activities included mountain biking, wild caving, snowboarding, clearing brush, bucking firewood, climbing mountains, exploring the high country and wrestling...
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15th Annual Annual Arts Fundraiser Features Cajun Cuisine and Music by Tom Rigney(SOLD OUT)

Posted by: Kim_Hamilton on 07/25/2008 11:53 PM
Sheep Ranch, CA.....Going to the longest-running Cajun party in Calaveras County is almost like stepping into a Lousiana bayou setting without the humidity. This is the 15th year of the Cajun Fête, the Calaveras Arts Council’s annual Dinner/Dance Benefit, held in Sheep Ranch at the historic Pioneer Hotel, a nearly 100-year-old former boarding house for miners. With wrap-around verandas on both stories, the old structure, normally closed to the public, just begs for a relaxed down-home party, both inside, and outside on the spacious shady grounds. The date is Saturday, August 2, beginning at 5:00 pm......
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The 1st Annual Calaveras County Economic Summit By~ John Hamilton

Posted by: thepinetree on 07/12/2008 01:20 AM
Angels Camp, CA....If you did not have a chance to attend or catch our "Live" streaming of the Economic Summit that took place on Friday, we now have the replay up for your viewing pleasure.....The Calaveras County Chamber of Commerce, together with the County of Calaveras and the City of Angels sponsored the 1st Annual Calaveras County Economic Revitalization Summit, a first time historic event, and the beginning of a county-wide ongoing design process. After months of planning, just over 150 of the best and brightest of our local minds met, strategized, planned, broke bread together and listened to some great speakers. Most of our current Supervisors and many department personell, Business Leaders, The City of Angels Camp management team, Educators and more were on hand. It was an all day event starting with the first speaker, Steve Art ,who is the economic development director for Lincoln CA. In recent years Lincoln was one of the fastest growing cities in the US....

The California Business Minute's Tim Johnson
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3rd Annual Mountain Ranch Music Festival Coming up on July 19th

Posted by: Kim_Hamilton on 07/07/2008 05:43 PM
Mountain Ranch, CA.....K.D.Q. Productions presents the 3rd Annual Mountain Ranch Music Festival on the third Sunday in July. This fun event will be held at Mountain Ranch Park from 12noon~10pm. See Full sized flyer poster enclosed....
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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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