Approximately $30,000 is available between now and the end of the year for workers throughout the Mother Lode region that have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, Mother Lode Job Training (MLJT) announced Thursday.
The 2019-20 Calaveras County Grand Jury has released three additional segments of its annual report, emphasizing the continued need for a new animal shelter and recommending increased funding for veterans’ services in the county.
As construction projects at Michelson and Hazel Fischer Elementary wrap up this week, Vallecito Union School District (VUSD) is urging voters to support Measure I to finish the job.
The Dollar Plus Store in Valley Springs has been prohibited from selling alcohol for 35 days following an investigation by the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC).
The Calaveras County Sheriff’s Office is asking help from the public in locating Kaylee Arney, a missing 14-year-old girl last seen at a friend’s house in West Point on Oct. 22.
Most indoor businesses can now reopen in Calaveras County, as the county moved into the “minimal” yellow tier of the state’s four-tier COVID-19 monitoring system on Tuesday.
Looking for a place to take a hayride to a pumpkin field, and maybe ride a mechanical bull, play some paintball or blast pumpkins into the sky while you’re at it? Dodasa Ranch in Burson will be offering all of that and more this Halloween.
In the wake of months spent teaching remotely and navigating through COVID-19 guidance from the state, schools across Calaveras County have begun reopening their campuses under various models – each one unique in its approach to achieving a safe yet practical learning environment.
Three additional deaths related to COVID-19 have been confirmed by Calaveras County Public Health, along with five new cases of the virus.
High winds and dangerous fire conditions resulted in power outages for 345,000 Pacific Gas & Electric Co. (PG&E) customers across the state beginning Sunday, including 15,694 customers in Calaveras County.
A home caught fire off of Stone Corral Court in west Jenny Lind early Monday morning, leaving a family of three uninjured, but displaced.
Columbia College is one of 34 California Community Colleges poised to receive up to $150,000 for scholarships and emergency financial assistance, the college announced in an Oct. 22 press release.
While Pacific Gas & Electric Co. (PG&E) has reduced the scope of Sunday’s Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) from 466,000 total customers to 361,000 customers due to favorable changes in the weather forecast, about 15,700 customers in Calaveras County will likely lose power this afte…
Due to a forecast calling for the highest winds and driest conditions of the season so far, Pacific Gas & Electric Co. (PG&E) has announced a possible Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) beginning Sunday for portions of 38 counties and 466,000 customers across Northern and Central Cal…
Calaveras County Public Health has reported an additional COVID-19-related death connected to an outbreak among residents at Avalon Health Care in San Andreas.
Almost everyone enjoys a good Gold Rush story, and Calaveras County is full of them.
Calaveras County Sheriff’s Office deputies made multiple arrests and seized more than 850 plants across three illicit cannabis grows between Oct. 15 and Oct. 16.
The following press release was issued by the Angels Camp Police Department.
A new type of currency called Mother Lode Gold was introduced at the local CalaverasGrown farmers markets in August this year.
The following press release was issued by Calaveras Public Health.
Construction workers began filling in gaps of sidewalk and bike lane along Highway 49 in Angels Camp last week – a project that will add 2,600 linear feet of new sidewalk to the city’s Main Street.
Still planning to vote in person in Calaveras County? Keep reading for an overview of vote center locations and county services for this year’s Nov. 3 General Election.
The nine fire districts in Calaveras County have less than two weeks to present their bid to take over ambulance services in the northern and southern parts of the county, but new challenges have arisen over the seed funding for if and when that contract is awarded.
A statewide proposition on the ballot would change the way commercial and industrial properties are taxed, with the potential of accumulating $6.5 billion to $11.5 billion for local governments and schools in California.
Two men were arrested over the weekend in separate incidents involving the alleged possession of methamphetamine.
A 28-year-old man was arrested at a residence in Angels Camp shortly after a physical altercation and shooting was reported at The Country Store in Tuttletown on the evening of Oct. 14.
The following press release was issued by Calaveras County Public Health.
Destination Angels Camp (DAC) and the Angels Camp Business Association (ACBA) hosted a forum Thursday evening spotlighting the five candidates vying for three seats on the Angels Camp City Council. A fourth seat vacated by incoming District 4 Supervisor Amanda Folendorf will be filled by cou…
Enterprise Reporter Davis Harper reached out to candidates vying for California’s Congressional District 4 with questions about various issues in the district and country.
Update: The planned PSPS for 262 customers in Calaveras County has been called off, PG&E Incident Commander Mark Quinlan said during a PG&E PSPS Public Briefing this evening.
On Oct. 8, Jose Maria Vallijo, 41, of Sacramento, was arrested in the 10600 block Whiskey Slide Road in Mountain Ranch and booked on felony weapons charges while trespassing and stealing items from an unimproved property.
The count for the 2020 Census will come to an end Thursday following a U.S. Supreme Court ruling on Tuesday allowing the Trump administration to end census field operations.
Over the course of two days last week at four locations, the Calaveras County Sheriff’s Office Marijuana Enforcement Team (MET) eradicated 958 growing marijuana plants and 423 pounds of processed marijuana with an estimated value exceeding $724,000.
Mark Twain Medical Center (MTMC) is bringing together local physical and mental health experts for a unique, online workshop to discuss women’s issues, available local services and resources which should not be overlooked during the pandemic.
The Calaveras County Office of Emergency Services (Calaveras OES) announced Wednesday morning that the possible Pacific Gas & Electric Co. (PG&E) Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) for 262 customers in Calaveras County originally forecast for Wednesday evening has been delayed until …
A 44-year-old man was rescued on the evening of Sept. 29 after he became lost while fishing upriver of the Sourgrass Recreation Area, near Dorrington, and called the Calaveras County Sheriff’s Office for help.
The following press release was issued by Calaveras County Public Health.
On Nov. 3, voters will choose between three candidates running for the Division 5 board of director’s seat of the Calaveras County Water District (CCWD). Division 5 includes the communities of Milton, Jenny Lind and Rancho Calaveras.
Patriotic sentiments were on full display Tuesday morning as community members gathered to remove a Confederate flag in Valley Springs.
On Oct. 5, Calaveras Animal Services investigated a complaint of a lethargic skunk in the 6500 Block of Railroad Flat Road, in Mountain Ranch, according to a press release. The skunk was transported to Animal Services and euthanized by Animal Control officers the same day.
The 2019-20 Calaveras County Grand Jury released a report addressing emergency preparedness on Oct. 7 – the first in a series of five individual reports that will be released this month.
As part of one of the two remaining 2017 Winter Storm Recovery Projects, beginning Oct. 12 Public Works will be removing trees and relocating a water line on a section of Canyon View Drive in the area near Hathaway Pines, the agency reported.
Pacific Gas & Electric Co. (PG&E) has issued a Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) Watch for possible outages beginning Wednesday that may affect 262 Calaveras customers in the northern section of the county.
There is currently much debate over how to respond to the novel coronavirus pandemic, and how to handle public education has become especially controversial.
Pull out your flapper dresses, berets and pinstripe suits. The mechanics at the Avery Hotel have been working all week on a time machine with a date set for 1920, and they expect to have it running by Oct. 29 at 7 p.m. sharp.
COVID-19 has claimed two additional lives at a convalescent home in San Andreas, where an outbreak has been occurring since August, resulting in the deaths of more than 10% of the facility’s total 100 residents.
For voters concerned that they received two ballots: No, you will not get to vote twice, the Elections Office announced in a press release Friday.
While many county residents have noticed an increase in littering this year, one local group has been working hard to address the issue.
The pandemic didn’t stop the stomp during the 27th annual celebration of the winegrape harvest in Calaveras County.
There’s no simple solution for staving off hungry mountain lions in the Central Sierra foothills looking to dine on cattle, but area ranchers feel the latest preservation actions taken by the state make a dangerous problem even more challenging to address.