Notices and reviews of local theatrical productions. LAUGHTER AND DRAMA MIX IN ‘LETTERS’ The Black Bart Players present the touchingly sweet “Love Letters,” by A.R. Gurney, this weekend for a limited engagement. “Letters” is a unique theatre piece that features only an actor and actress onstage, sharing letters sent between two people who exchanged letters and secrets over their entire […]

Two die Wednesday in Highway 4 head-on crash

A Hathaway Pines driver and a passenger in another vehicle died Wednesday when a Mercedes and a Jeep collided head-on at 1:45 p.m. on Highway 4. James Rohrer, 70, of Hathaway Pines died in Modesto after he was airlifted from the scene. He was driving a 1988 Mercedes that the California Highway Patrol said crossed the centerline into the path […]

Luncheon benefits Meals program; Red Hats also turn out to help those with Alzheimer’s

Lunch at Ironstone Vineyards was a red hat affair Wednesday to benefit the Calaveras County Meals on Wheels Program and those stricken with Alzheimer’s. Linda Strangio, owner of the Tree House in Murphys, organized the charity luncheon with the help of friends. “I had originally been planning a tea party for the Red Hat Society, which I am a member […]

Angels give Reds devil of a time

Tuesday afternoon, the Ripon Angels scored five times in the first inning at San Andreas Community Park, paving the way for a 9-1 victory over the hometown Calaveras Reds. Ripon sent 11 batters to the plate in the top of the first inning and had scored five runs when Matt Muller was sent to the mound to replace starting pitcher […]

Rabbit season opens Tuesday

If a rainy spring indicates a good upcoming rabbit season, hunters should have plentiful opportunities during the seven-month season for snowshoe hare, and cottontail, brush, and pigmy rabbits that opens July 1. The 2003-04 season for rabbits and varying hare runs through Jan. 25, 2004. The sea-son for jackrabbits, black-tailed and white-tailed, is open year round. The hours for legal […]

Post 787 holds second annual fish derby

American Legion Post 787, of West Point, held its second annual fishing tournament at Schaads Reservoir on June 14. Joe Franco won the first prize of $100. Capturing second place, Alex Bower took home a new rod and reel, and a “Big Mouth Billy Bass.” A third-place finish brought Ralph Sherman a new rod, a gift certificate and a free […]

‘Best of Calaveras’ survey under way; submit ballot for chance to win Willie Nelson concert tickets

The Calaveras Enterprise, in conjunction with its annual “Best of Calaveras” survey, is offering two free pairs of tickets to the Sept. 28 Willie Nelson concert at Ironstone Vineyards. The two sets of tickets will be given away during a July 17 drawing. “Best of Calaveras” ballots submitted to the Enterprise office at 15 N. Main St. by 5 p.m. […]


Published in the June 27, 2003, print edition of the Calaveras Enterprise PUBLIC NOTICE The County of Calaveras is requesting construction bid proposals for work in connection with the “Red Barn” located at Government Center in San Andreas. The scope of work includes, but not limited to the following: Grading and with paving of a parking lot and an encroachment […]

WORLD MUSIC AT FROGTOWN – Thousands of world music fans flocked to Frogtown last weekend for the 10th annual Sierra Nevada World Music Festival for three days of entertainment. Most attendees camped on the hills of the fairgrounds during the event. Enterprise photo by Mike Taylor

Bruisers play in Gold Strikker Tourney

The Valley Springs Bruisers Maroon played in the Gold Strikker Tournament in Amador County June 14 and 15. The Bruisers, a 12-and-under competitive fast-pitch softball team, played “great defense” said their coach, Tim Boore, in spite of suffering losses in all five of their games. In their first game Saturday, the Bruisers faced the Tremors, of Turlock. Lyndsi Boore pitched […]