Fishing Fun Faire is Saturday

The 11th annual Kids Fishing Fun Faire will be held Saturday at the Black Bart Day-Use Area in the Gloryhole Recreation Area at New Melones Lake. The event begins at 8 a.m. The emphasis of the fair is to introduce children 15 and younger to the fun of fishing, water safety, natural resources and outdoor ethics. Each child will be […]

KIDS’ DAY AT VALLEY SPRINGS – Dressed in simulated grass skirts, Makayla Freitas and her classmates in Annette Kautzer’s Valley Springs Elementary School kindergarten class perform the “Hukilau” for the crowd Saturday at Kids’ Day. Parents and children enjoyed a field full of fun and games at the Luau on the Lawn. Enterprise photo by Mike Taylor

Red Sox top Giants for majors’ title; Foothills Little League team headed for TOC

The Red Sox of the Foothills Little League Majors division beat the Giants in two straight games over the weekend to win the league’s championship playoffs. With the title, the Red Sox earned the right to represent the Foothills League Majors in the California District 15 Tournament of Champions that begins today in Twain Harte. In Friday’s opener, the Red […]

Carbon monoxide killing boaters, teak surfers

Three California boaters have died from boating-related carbon monoxide poisoning over the past year-and-a-half. Boating safety officials are concerned that the number may be higher, as some deaths may have been attributed to other causes, such as intoxication or heart attack, according to a boater’s advisory issued last week by the California Department of Boating and Waterways. “Carbon monoxide is […]

Spring training comes to Bret Harte

Bret Harte High School football coaching staff and players who will be returning in the fall got together for three days this week to get re-acquainted with physical conditioning and football fundamentals.

And the survey says …

When it comes to Fathers Day, the gift of quality family time is better than any other. In a recent survey conducted by the Recreational Boating and Fishing Foundation, and the National Fatherhood Initiative, 92.1 percent of respondents said it would be better to spend time together doing an activity like boating and fishing on Fathers Day than it would […]

Charges still pending in river deaths; Mokelumne Hill man is target of inquiry

Amador County District Attorney Todd Riebe wants to get all available information before filing any charges against Mokelumne Hill resident Joshua Julin in connection with Friday’s tragedy on the Mokelumne River that killed a woman and three young children. Katy Corbett, 24, and children, Mariah Julin, 3; Kiara Corbett, 2; and Andrew Julin, 1, all were killed when a car […]

Sheriff’s Log: Wednesday, June 11

8:33 a.m., Near Valley Springs – Report of home and vehicles egged and damaged. 8:44 a.m., Ebbetts Pass – Sign set on fire at business. 10:18 a.m., Murphys – Report that female hit worker with metal object. 10:19 a.m., Near Murphys – Civil standby requested as subject is building fences and gates across the canal and has shot at a […]

Dorthy May Pridgen

Past VFW Auxiliary president Dorthy May Pridgen died Friday, June 6, 2003, at Sutter Amador Hospital in Jackson. She was 81. Mrs. Prigden was born Sept. 18, 1921, in North Dakota to Harry and Gladys Wells. She lived in Azusa for 40 years prior to coming to West Point in 1972. She was past president of the Auxiliary for VFW […]

Edythe Wakeland

Co-founder of Lafayette church Edythe Wakeland died Saturday, June 7, 2003. She was born Jan. 1, 1908, in Simmons, Ky. She was 95. Mrs. Wakefield had lived in Angels Camp for two years and resided in Lafayette from 1950 to 2001. She was a homemaker and a lifelong Baptist. She and her late husband Weldon Wakeland Sr. were founders of […]