2003-05-16

Supervisors may vote again on controversial pay hikes



George Bailey, husband of former Supervisor Terri Bailey, is attempting to place an item on the June 2 Board of Supervisors’ agenda to rescind their earlier unanimous decision to give themselves and other elected officials unusual retirement benefits and a $4,200 annual “travel allowance.” County Administrative Officer Tom Mitchell said County Counsel Skip Batchelder has approved placement of the matter […]

What’s Hoppin’ for FRIDAY, May 16



KILLER YARD SALE: Today, Saturday and Sunday at Courtyard Bed and Breakfast on St. Charles Street in San Andreas, the Calaveras Habitat for Humanity presents its Killer Yard Sale. Proceeds go toward the construction of homes for families. Call 754-5331 for more information. For more What’s Hoppin’ highlights, click on the day above! SATURDAY LIONS CLUB YARD SALE: 8 a.m. […]

Miss Calaveras 2003:Crystal Jennings



Crystal Jennings was crowned Miss Calaveras Thursday night, edging out seven other young women as the Calaveras County Fair and Jumping Frog Jubilee concluded its opening day on a cool but very pleasant evening. Jennings attends Bret Harte High School and, for her talent, performed a gymnastics dance routine to Gloria Gaynor’s “I Will Survive.” Jennings court includes first runner-up […]

MLL picks top soccer players



The Mother Lode League Monday announced its choices for 2003 girls’ soccer All-League honors. League officials selected Alisha Bledsoe, a junior at Calaveras, as the MLL’s “Defensive Player of the Year.” Jordan Vermillion, a junior at Summerville, was named “Offensive Player of the Year.” The league awarded Tino Luevano of Linden the “Coach of the Year” title. Players chosen for […]

PATRIOTIC KIDS – Tamsen Dixon, of Angels Camp, along with her three nieces and nephews, donned their red, white and blue best for the Soroptimists Youth Parade down Main Street. Walking with her aunt is Bailey Van Zant, 3, while Logan Van Zant and Hannah Nicholson ride in the wagon. The parade marks the beginning of the 2003 Calaveras County Fair and Jumping Frog Jubilee. Enterprise photo by Mike Taylor



All-League tennis players named



The Mother Lode League this week announced its most valuable and first-team tennis players for the 2003 season. Brad Harris and Jessica Harris, both of Argonaut High, were selected for Most Valuable Player honors. League officials named David Sanders and Chad Allen of Amador, and Billy Christian and Kory McCain of Bret Harte to the boys’ All-League First Team. Becky […]

Diamond Reds take share of MLL title



Winning a makeup game with Amador Monday afternoon, the Calaveras Redskins baseball team claimed a third of the Mother Lode League 2003 championship. The 11-2 victory gave the Redskins a season win-loss tally of 10-5, creating a three-way tie with Bret Harte and Linden for the league title. The Redskins last won a league title in 1992. The Redskins finished […]

Bret Harte gets shot at division title at 1 p.m. Saturday



Bret Harte’s Lady Bullfrogs, after taking the third-place slot in the Mother Lode League, are knocking at the door of their first ever Sac-Joaquin division soccer title. Bret Harte Thursday took the sting out of the Hilmar Yellowjackets, 1-0, in the second round of Division IV playoffs. They move on to the finals competition in Sacramento, where they will go […]

CALAVERAS COUNTY PUBLIC NOTICES, LEGALS



Published in the May 16, 2003, print edition of the Calaveras Enterprise ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS The County of Calaveras is soliciting Bids for an above ground tank fo raviation fuel to be installed at the current fuel island with appropriate plumbing to the 100 LL existing pump and Veedor-Root Monitoring System. The successful bidder will be required to comply with […]

Floats, frogs and livestock kick off fair’s Diamond Jubilee



The day dawned bright, clear and warm Thursday for the diamond anniversary of the Calaveras County Fair and Jumping Frog Jubilee. Clouds, rain and cold weather that dampened spirits the last few weeks were swept aside, so fairgoers could celebrate 75 years of fun, food and frogs. The traditional Soroptimists Youth Parade through downtown Angels Camp kick-started Thursday’s opening. Sidewalks […]