Calaveras citizens join to support armed forces

It doesn’t take much to boost the spirits of a serviceman or woman overseas, and a small group of Calaveras County residents wants to make sure no military person deployed in the Middle East gets forgotten. Led by June Downum, Operation Military Support began as an effort to bring a little bit of home to military men and women, and […]

OPERATION MILITARY SUPPORT – Project organizer June Downum leafs through a huge binder of e-mails she received in just three days. Enterprise photo by Craig Koscho

What’s Hoppin’ for THURSDAY, March 6

NARFE MEETING: 12 p.m. at Camps at Greenhorn Creek in Angles Camp, the National Association of Retired Federal Employees will meet. Diane Gray, Executive Director of the Calaveras County Chamber of Commerce will speak. Call 728-8134 to make reservations. For more What’s Hoppin’ highlights, click on the day above. PIZZA AND POPS: 6 p.m. at the lower gym at Bret […]

Renewed hunt in the west for shuttle debris includes Calaveras County

After saying for weeks that no parts of the doomed Shuttle Columbia have been found west of Texas, the Federal Emergency Management Agency on Monday asked for public assistance from California to New Mexico in a renewed hunt for suspected shuttle debris. To date, no shuttle debris has been found west of Texas, where the shuttle broke apart about 40 […]

Murphys to honor John and Helen Yost during Irish Days parade

John and Helen Yost, who have contributed to the community in many ways, most notably in the development of Feeney Park, have been named Grand Marshals for the Murphys Irish Days parade, according to Bill Davies, president of the Murphys Business Association. “We feel that John and Helen epitomize the importance of volunteers in making our area the wonderful place […]