STAY INFORMED – Last week’s headlines in the Enterprise

More details on community news can be found in the print edition of the Calaveras Enterprise, the only newspaper in the county to provide a complete mix of local news, community events, investigative reports, and local sports. Here’s what you missed the past week by not subscribing to the Calaveras Enterprise. * Angels City officials mull bed tax hike * […]

SPORTS BRIEFS: Ski season opens at Kirkwood

The Kirkwood Ski Resort kicked off its 2002-03 downhill ski season on Friday. The cross-country season opens on Thanksgiving. For more information on lodging, call (800) 967-7500. For more information about Kirkwood, go to www.kirkwood.com Bear Valley opens the following week on Friday, Nov. 29. BRUISERS SOFTBALL SIGN-UPS BEGIN The Calaveras Bruisers softball team will have a sign-up and information […]

FISHING REPORT: Trout fishing improves at Camanche

Lake Camanche By Chris Cantwell Early-risers and late getter-uppers can catch keeper to 5-pound bass off rocky or brush-covered shoreline. Bass will take perch or shad colored crankbaits before 8 a.m. and again late in the afternoon. Trout trolling is improved with your best bet being working the surface early or late in the day then dropping to 20 to […]

NOW PLAYING: Notices and reviews of local theater productions

MURDEROUS HIJINKS AFOOT IN MURPHYS The Black Bart Players present “A Little Murder Never Hurt Anybody” at the Black Bart Playhouse in Murphys through Nov. 30. The comedy, written by Ronald Jay, centers on the Perry mansion, where strange goings on and a murder have caused the residents to summon a detective. Matthew and Julia Perry are played by Ray […]

Locals do well at Wilseyville motorcycle races

More than 500 competitors took part in Sunday’s 52nd annual Wilseyville Hare Scrambles motorcycle races at Schaad Ranch near Wilseyville. The day’s five starts saw a total of 448 adults and 160 youth between 4 and 16 years of age test their machines and themselves against their peers and the course, said Kurt Franklin, public relations person for the event’s […]

What’s Hoppin’ for SATURDAY, Nov. 23

FESTIVAL OF TREES: Nov. 23 at Ironstone Vineyards. Soroptimist International of Calaveras County’s annual Black Tie Gala features dinner, dancing and an auction of wreaths, garlands and a forest of custom-decorated Christmas trees. Proceeds go toward the Touching Lives program and local scholarships. Sponsorships are available by calling 736-1947. For reservations, call 754-6183. For more What’s Hoppin’ highlights, click on […]

Redskins hope to succeed in football playoffs

A Mother Lode League title, a perfect league record and one loss in non-conference action will go out the window tonight when the Calaveras football team hosts the Hilmar Yellowjackets in the first round of the CIF Sac-Joaquin Division IV playoffs. “You can throw the records out,” Calaveras coach Roger Canepa said. “Everything’s under a microscope now. Here you cannot […]

Feeney Park supporters developing skateboard park in Murphys

A new project launched at Feeney Park aims to ease tensions between Murphys skateboarders and merchants by providing the boarders with a place they can call their own. As in many other communities, skateboarders in Murphys practice their sport wherever they can, whether it be parking lots, school grounds or sidewalks. Business people and officials frequently chase the boarders off, […]

Time Warner says no to county fair’s 2003 frog logo

Media giant AOL Time Warner Monday asked the 39th District Agricultural Association to not use the logo that the district’s directors recently chose for the 2003 Calaveras County Fair & Jumping Frog Jubilee. Because questions about the drawing’s similarity to an animated frog arose at the time of selection, Fair Manager Buck King Friday contacted people at Time Warner for […]

Toyon hosts Calaveras Gold Soccer tournament

Warm, fall weather greeted young teams from the Linden, Ebbetts Pass and Calaveras soccer leagues Saturday and Sunday in the Calaveras Gold Classic Soccer Tournament at Toyon Middle School in Valley Springs. “You couldn’t have asked for better weather or quality of play in this weekend’s Calaveras Gold Classic Soccer Tournament,” tournament director Chris Swann said. Eighteen teams competed in […]