FISHING REPORT: Trout limits are the rule

Lake Camanche By Chris Cantwell Limits of trout are the rule on cloudy and overcast days, with fish up to 5 pounds common. On sunny days, anglers are averaging three fish per rod. With the passing of the full moon, look for the first two hours of sunlight to be the best time to try. Trollers will have better luck […]

FIRST TIME IN 30 YEARS – Dr. Dean Kelaita, MD, the Calaveras County Health Officer, receives a smallpox vaccination from Marcie Caywood, RN, a public health nurse. Photo by Suzanne Whitley

Mickey Wolfenbarger

Landscaper Mickey Wolfenbarger died Monday, March 10, 2003. He was born Jan. 5, 1954, in Redwood City. He was 49. Mr. Wolfenbarger was a landscaper by trade and hobby. He lived for 20 years in Burson. He is survived by a daughter, Melissa Hopson of Modesto; two sisters, Randee Wolfenbarger of Mountain Ranch and Dara Northrope of Modesto; and a […]


Published in the March 25, 2003, print edition of the Calaveras Enterprise ORDINANCE 2739 BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, COUNTY OF CALAVERAS STATE OF CALIFORNIA March 17, 2003 AMENDMENT TO TITLE 17 OF THE CALAVERAS COUNTY CODE CHANGING THE ZONING DISTRICT OF REAL PROPERTY from R2-X (Two-Family Residential-Existing Parcel Size) to R1-X (Single-Family Residential-Existing Parcel Size) for APN 034-036-005 PROJECT: 2002-139 ZONING […]

MUSIC STUDENTS “SWING INTO SPRING” – Almost 400 students covered the Calaveras High School gymnasium floor as the Calaveras Unified School District presented the district’s annual festival to an enthusiastic crowd of families and friends last week. Enterprise photos by Mike Taylor

Forest Service unveils proposed ‘refinements’ to Sierra Nevada Framework

Top U.S. Forest Service officials, joined by state political leaders, have endorsed major changes to the so-called Sierra Nevada Framework that will more than double the amount of logging allowed on 11 million acres of public forest lands in California and western Nevada. At a press conference March 18, Pacific Southwest Regional Forester Jack Blackwell announced his support for “a […]

Douglas Lee Stewart

Outdoorsman Douglas Lee Stewart died of natural causes on Monday, March 17, 2003, at his home in Glencoe. He was born June 6, 1943, in Omaha, Neb. He was 59. Mr. Stewart was raised in Castro Valley. He graduated from Sierra Nevada College with a BS degree in Natural Sciences, and served in the Army in Vietnam as a radio […]

Spring trail ride set for May 4

Glencoe-Rail Road Flat Recreation Association has set May 4 for its Spring Trail Ride. Tickets for the event are $20 each for persons 13 years and older, $10 each for children under 13, $50 for a family of four (plus $10 each for additional family members) during the early-bird registration period that ends April 15. After April 15, tickets are […]

FROG FANFAIRE: Fair livestock exhibit area renovation

The barns are being prepared for 2003 junior livestock exhibits. The Calaveras County Fair and Jumping Frog Jubilee is the culmination of the junior livestock exhibitor’s hard work. The Junior Livestock Committee in partnership with the fairgrounds is renovating the wash racks and the hog barn. The CDF Vallecito Camp has also been assisting in the project. In addition, children […]

Sheriff’s Log: Saturday, March 22

12:55 a.m., San Andreas – Reporting party says she just came home and a burgundy Honda Accord is parked in front of her residence. She has never seen the vehicle before and would like extra patrol. 9:11 a.m., Angels Camp – Reporting party hears a loud noise, like a car horn blaring, and fears it may be a traffic collision. […]