Published in the September 9, 2003, print edition of the Calaveras Enterprise PUBLIC NOTICE Article XIIIB was added to the California Constitution by way of initiative approved by the voters at a State election held in November 1979. Said initiative, also know as “Proposition 4,” provided for appropriations limits for State and local government. Government Code 7910 requires that each […]

Sheriff’s log: Sunday, Sept. 7

12:34 a.m., Valley Springs area – Loud bar music reported from Rancho Calaveras Clubhouse. 12:37 a.m., Scenic Valley Road – People operating heavy equipment. Deputy states parties agreed to shut tractor down for the night. 1:56 a.m., Valley Springs area – Dead deer reported in roadway. 9:12 a.m., Vallecito – Firearms discharged. Ongoing problem. 9:52 a.m., Arnold – Vandalism reported. […]

What’s Hoppin’ for TUESDAY, Sept. 9

PROSTATE CANCER SUPPORT GROUP MEETING: 6 to 8 p.m. at the multi-purpose room at Sutter Amador Hospital in Jackson, the Man to Man prostate cancer support group will meet. Call 257-7609 for more information. CALAVERAS TWIRLERS MEETING: 7 p.m. at the Veterans Hall in Valley Springs, the Calaveras Twirlers square-dance group will meet. Couples and singles are welcome to attend. […]

Calaveras volleyball loses to Sonora; Bret Harte netters beat Franklin

The Calaveras High School volleyball teams all fell to Sonora Thursday. Sonora beat the Lady Reds in three games, 25-23, 25-19, 25-15. “We just didn’t play very well,” said coach Mike Koepp. “They played better than us and deserved to win.” The Sonora junior varsity defeated their Calaveras peers in two games, 25-17, and 25-21. As a team, Calaveras successfully […]

Chiesa loses appeal to move his murder trial

The attorney for Peter Jordan Chiesa, the man accused of gunning down two women near Wallace, has lost another bid to have his client’s trial moved out of Calaveras County. Sacramento attorney Clyde Blackmon originally asked Calaveras County Superior Court Judge John Martin for a change of venue in March, but was turned down. During a pre-trial court appearance Friday, […]

A LITTLE SPIT AND POLISH: More than 260 cars from as far away as Washington and Bakersfield rolled into Murphys for a weekend-long car show. For more about the event, read this coming Friday’s Calaveras Enterprise. Enterprise photo by Mike Taylor

Sierra Ridge fields teams

Sierra Ridge Academy, the local Right of Passage campus, is fielding football and soccer teams this year for the first time in CIF’s Sac-Joaquin Section Division V Mountain Valley League. Because many of the league’s schools do not yet have football programs, Sierra Ridge has scheduled games independently for its team, Connie Jones, the school’s assistant athletic director, said. The […]

Soccer ‘Frogs hop over Grizzlies

The Bret Harte High School boys’ varsity soccer team, at home Thursday, defeated the Mariposa Grizzlies 2-1. The Bullfrogs went onto the field ready to avenge last year’s loss to Mariposa. The rematch, played well by both sides with excellent officiating, provided spectators with an excellent game. The Bret Harte varsity is now 3-2-0 on the season. For the entire […]

Amateur golf title play at Sequoia Woods

The 13th annual Mother Lode Amateur Golf Championship tournament will play at Sequoia Woods Country Club, in Arnold, Sept. 20 and 21. There will be three men’s flights and three women’s flights played with full handicap. The men’s championship flight will be played at “scratch.” There is an 8 a.m. shotgun start both days. An awards luncheon will follow play […]

CHAMBER MIXER: Dave Hitchcock of Aspen Street Architects Inc. gives away a bottle of wine during Friday’s Calaveras County Chamber of Commerce mixer at the firm’s Angels Camp office. Guests were treated to a Mexican fiesta at the event.

Enterprise photo by Nick Baptista