Lindy Winkler makes small school all-state team

Former Calaveras High School player Lindy Winkler added another honor to her list when she was recently named to the All State Small School Team as an outfielder. The team included players from all over the state from Division IV and V schools. “I think it’s great,” former Calaveras coach E.J. Winkler said. “It caught me by surprise. That’s quite […]

IN THE HEAT: Todd Fischer, in the foreground, coats a new 12-inch water line with glue as Dave McGeorge, in trench, background, and Merle Fischer guide it into position during the afternoon heat. The Calaveras Public Utility District crew is replacing a 10-inch line from the utility’s yard on Gold Strike Road to Pope Street. “It’s hot everywhere,” said McGeorge of the temperature in the trench. Forecasters are calling for gradual cooling through the weekend. Enterprise photo by Mike Taylor

Virginia M. Gonzalez

Retired bookkeeper Virginia M. Gonzalez died Wednesday, July 10, 2002, in San Andreas. She was 82. Born Aug. 13, 1919, in San Francisco, Mrs. Gonzalez was a 12-year resident of Angels Camp. She was a retired bookkeeper for Laurel Drug Store. Mrs. Gonzalez is survived by two sons, Leo Gonzalez of Sacramento and Gary Gonzalez of Murphys; and five grandchildren. […]

What’s Hoppin’ for SATURDAY, July 13

THE SENSATIONAL SUMMER: Art & Soul Gallery at Cedar Center in Arnold. Works of many area artists represented. Special reception from 6 to 8 p.m. Call 795-0266 for more information. For more What’s Hoppin’ highlights, click on the day above! SUNDAY SECOND SUNDAY DEMONSTRATION: 1 to 4 p.m. at the Iron Door Gallery in Murphys. Helen Scofield will demonstrate her […]

Philip Abe Romero

Retired roofer Philip Abe Romero died Wednesday, July 10, 2002, at Damron Hospital in Stockton. He was 59. Born May 12, 1943, in Lafayette, Colo., Mr. Romero was a retired roofer and resident of Valley Springs for the past 21 years. Mr. Romero is survived by his wife, Rene Romero of Valley Springs; two sons, Frank Romero of Brentwood and […]

Calaveras Legion tops Tri-County

Calaveras Legion raced to a big lead and managed to hang on for an 11-7 victory Wednesday against the Tri-County Blazers at Escalon. Leftfielder Ken Baptista’s three-RBI home run over the leftfield fence in the top of the third inning gave Calaveras Legion Post 108 the lead in what had been a scoreless tie. Tri-County, made up of players from […]

No supervisors meeting Monday

The Calaveras County Board of Supervisors will not meet Monday. Discussion at this week’s session of the supervisors’ recent and upcoming activities revealed that three of the board members would be unable to attend the July 15 meeting. Without three of the five supervisors present, the board legally can take no action on items presented to it. Paul Stein, in […]

Willie Gene Edwards Jr.

Valley Springs resident Willie Gene Edwards Jr. died Monday, July 8, at Valley Springs. He was 39. Born Aug. 5, 1962, in Sunflower, Ala., Mr. Edwards was an upholsterer and a resident of Valley Springs for the past five years. Mr. Edwards is survived by his father, Willie Edwards of San Francisco; his mother, Mazie Hatch of Valley Springs; his […]

Dennis L. Nelson

Former San Andreas resident Dennis L. Nelson died June 29, 2002, at his home in Sacramento. He was 60. Mr. Nelson was born March 8, 1942, in Lodi. He was a former San Andreas resident and graduated from Calaveras High School. He was a lumber salesman for 40 years. Mr. Nelson is survived by his wife, Sally Nelson of Sacramento; […]

Roger S. Beck

Real Estate developer Roger S. Beck died Wednesday, July 3, at his residence in Copperopolis. He was 53. Born Sept. 10, 1948, in Manila, Philippines, Mr. Beck was a Copperopolis resident the past five years. He was a real estate developer and owner of Beck Land Co. for 30 years. Mr. Beck was a founding member of the Lake Tulloch […]