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A dark sky rested over Frank Meyer Field as the Calaveras High School football team practiced Wednesday afternoon in preparation for Friday night’s playoff game against the Ripon Christian Knights. The linemen were in the corner of the end zone going over blocking techniques and the running …

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Head into the hills of nearby Camino for a day of apple picking, berry eating, family fun and other festive activities. A group of family farms – big and small – make up the area, which has become perhaps best-known for its fall and winter offerings. Most of the farms opened on Sept. 1, and …

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The ninth annual Veterans Day Parade on Monday hosted by the Copperopolis Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 12218 was the epitome of a small town patriotic parade, complete with floats, marching band, motorcycles, classic cars and more.

Thirteen years after the county first began working on a General Plan update in 2006, the Board of Supervisors unanimously adopted the Calaveras County General Plan at a board meeting on Tuesday.

Archaeologist and Mokelumne Hill resident Julia Costello gave the Enterprise a tour of Chinatown Gardens, a historic site in town that was recently acquired by the Mokelumne Hill History Society (MHHS), of which Costello is a board member and archivist. The Oct. 30 tour gave a glimpse into t…

The University of California Cooperative Extension (UCCE) invites adults interested in helping others learn about gardening to apply to train to become Master Gardener volunteers. Master Gardeners learn university-based scientific information and then share their knowledge with the gardening…

In an ongoing legal battle over forest restoration efforts in the 2013 Rim Fire footprint in Tuolumne County, a federal judge on Oct. 7 denied a request to issue a temporary restraining order on the United States Forest Service (USFS) that would have halted a logging project for the time being.

In a special election held on Tuesday, residents of Angels Camp voted by a wide margin to approve both items on the ballot, Measure C and Measure D.

While Calaveras County isn’t often singled out for its contributions to the sciences, the first American to win the Nobel Prize in physics, Albert A. Michelson, spent several of his formative years in the town of Murphys.

A former St. Andrew's Catholic Church priest who once confessed to abusing dozens of children in Northern California has been arrested in Portugal under suspicion of child pornography-related offenses in his native Ireland.

Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) confirmed this morning the weather is clear for nearly all of the areas impacted by the Oct. 29 Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS), including Calaveras County. Winds have subsided to safe levels to allow crews to begin safety inspections of de-ener…

The Enterprise recently contacted California District 4 congressional candidate Robert Lawton, a new face in the race based in Madera County. Lawton, who is running as an Independent, responded to a series of questions posed to him related to wildfire spending and prevention, health care and…

Calaveras County is on a list of approximately 32 Northern California counties that could have power turned off in advance of a new widespread, strong and dry wind event forecasted for Tuesday morning through midday Wednesday, Pacific Gas and Electric Company has announced.

After the Calaveras High School football team lost to the Sonora Wildcats 35-7 a week ago, head coach Doug Clark questioned the toughness of his squad. All week during practice, the first-year head coach reminded his players that they couldn't play soft if they were going to beat the Argonau…

For any Pacific Gas & Electric Co. customers receiving calls from someone claiming to represent a PG&E initiative requesting personal information or payment on past-due balances, trying to sell a product or service or threatening to cut power, hang up the phone.

The next chapter in a series of controversial planning efforts over the past decade for one of the fastest growing communities in the county continued in a meeting at the Jenny Lind Veterans Memorial Hall on the night of Oct. 16.

An Oct. 24 preliminary hearing lasting approximately seven hours and involving the testimonies of 11 witnesses called by the prosecution painted a gruesome picture of a woman who was stabbed repeatedly and left to die inside a burning vehicle.

An enthusiastic crowd gathered at the Valley Springs Health and Wellness Center on Oct. 18 to tour the new facility and recognize those who aided in the effort to expand health care in Calaveras County.

While Calaveras County Chief Administrative Officer Albert Alt recuperated at home, county supervisors attempted to reach a consensus on how to proceed in the wake of his alleged Oct. 12 assault.