The last time Angels Camp native TJ Dillashaw stood in a UFC octagon with an opponent staring him in the eyes, was in January, 2019. In that bout, Dillashaw, who typically fights in the bantamweight division, dropped down to the flyweight division to take on champion Henry Cejudo. The bout e…
Christopher Bates, 34, of San Andreas, was arrested on Thursday morning after backing his 2002 Mercedes into the sheriff’s substation in Arnol… Read more
A local man suffered major injuries on Tuesday afternoon after attempting to pass a motorhome on his motorcycle on Highway 49 between San Andr… Read more
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There’s no question that 1991 was an historic year. Thirty years ago, the World Wide Web was launched to the public and Microsoft.com went onl…
After two weeks of team events, La Contenta seniors resumed a game of individual competition as they engaged in Par Points on July 12 at La Co…
The Bret Harte High School athletic department and football program held off for as long as it could to decide the fate of the 2021 football s…
Calaveras County wineries were among the medalists at the first ever Foothill Wine Festival Competition held in Folsom on May 15.
Those driving through Arnold lately have likely noticed some big changes taking place at Meadow View Center on Highway 4.
This Saturday night, The Town Square at Copper Valley will come alive with swing band sounds, food, dancing and good ol’ fashioned fun—all for a great cause.
A young filmmaker is rising from the ashes of her own rocky childhood through the whimsical imagery and resilient message of her latest short film, “The Phoenix,” which is being shot this week at a home in Arnold.
While going out to live music this summer will offer county residents a good way to return to pre-pandemic life, one local show will offer audiences a chance to go back in time even further.
California’s real estate market hit record numbers last month, according to an April 16 report from the California Association of Realtors (CAR).
Editor’s note: This is part two in a multiple-part series taking an historical look at the Spanish flu pandemic in 1918.
Editor’s note: This is part one in a multiple-part series taking an historical look at the Spanish flu pandemic in 1918.
On Sept. 24, 73 members of the Ponte family gathered for a reunion at David and Debbie Ponte's home in Angels Camp. Isabelle Briseno and Antonio Ponte, a California Gold Rush couple, were the first of what are now seven generations. Four of those generations gathered at the reunion and came …
An inflow of COVID-19 relief dollars is encouraging some school districts to offer more educational opportunities to students than ever before, though an apprehension remains that the well may soon run dry. Read more
The following press release was issued by the Calaveras County Office of Education. Read more
COVID-19 infections are on the rise, once again, in Calaveras County, while daily vaccination numbers have flattened.
Two additional Calaveras County residents have died from a COVID-19 related illness.
Following three months of dormancy to curb the spread of COVID-19, the heart of Calaveras County’s tourism industry has been defibrillated.
Ag & Environment
Between Jan. 1 and May 30, over 2,800 wildfires have burned about 16,800 acres across the state of California, according to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (Cal Fire).
While the entire state is currently experiencing dry conditions, some areas have been harder hit than others.