Red-legged frog may return to source of fame

The endangered California red-legged frog may be returning to Calaveras County. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s final recovery plan to keep the frog from slipping into oblivion calls for protecting existing populations and assisting the amphibian in repopulating areas where it previously existed. Although Calaveras County was not included in more than 4 million acres designated early last year […]

NEW NEIGHBORS: Area frogs will have some company if the endangered California red-legged frog is re-introduced to Calaveras County.

Both of Calaveras County’s varsity football teams began the season with a win Friday night

The Calaveras and River City varsity football teams welcomed in the 2002 campaign Friday night under clear and comfortable conditions. The game on the other hand was different as the Calaveras Redskins pulled out a 20-8 victory over River City in Sacramento. Bret Harte posted a come-from-behind victory at home. Trailing 9-6 at halftime, the Bullfrogs turns things around early […]


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Judge dismisses most of PAWS lawsuit

A judge on Thursday struck all causes of action against Valley Springs publisher Frank Eckblom in a lawsuit brought by the Performing Animal Welfare Society and its officers, Pat Derby and Ed Stewart. At the same time, visiting Judge David DeVore, of Alpine County, struck six of seven causes of action against Eckblom’s co-defendants, San Andreas residents John Ham and […]

What’s Hoppin’ for THURSDAY, Sept. 19

NAMI MEETING: 7 p.m. at the NAMI office at 520 N. Main St., Room 203 on Angels Camp, NAMI Gold Country will hold its monthly meeting. Hear about the NAMI California Conference, the new drop-in day, plans for a new support group and the family class in Jackson. Call 736-4264 for more information. For more What’s Hoppin’ highlights, click on […]