Lady Frogs overpower Buffalos

With just seven players available, Bret Harte’s varsity girls followed up on a 21-3 first-quarter lead to dominate the court in their match against Amador Friday in Sutter Creek. The Lady Bullfrogs finished the game at 55-30. Having won both of their league matches to date, the Lady ‘Frogs have raised their season record to 12-6 overall. “We played really […]

Copper Cove couple fight to keep home

Failure to pay a $120 homeowners association fee set off a chain of events for one Copper Cove couple that now threatens to cost them their house. Tom and Anita Radcliff didn’t pay the small annual fee when it was charged in January of 2003 by the Copper Cove Lake Tulloch Homeowners Association. As the months went by, the bill […]


Published in the January 27, 2004 print edition of the Calaveras Enterprise. SUMMARY OF THE MINUTES OF A REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS COUNTY OF CALAVERAS, STATE OF CALIFORNIA HELD ON JANUARY 20, 2004 PRESENT: Thomas Tryon, Chair; Victoria Erickson, Vice-Chair; Paul Stein & Merita Callaway, Supervisors; Janis Elliott, Assistant County Counsel; Tom Mitchell, County Administrative Officer; and […]

Redskins bag Lions for homecoming

The Calaveras boys’ varsity basketball team employed well-executed offensive plays and a strong defense to claim a victory over Linden for its annual Winter Homecoming game. The Redskins beat the Lions 67-47. The win puts Calaveras 1-1 in league, 12-5 overall for the season. For more of this game and Calaveras JV results, see Friday’s print edition of the Calaveras […]

SHERIFF’S LOG: Sunday, Jan. 25

5:42 a.m., Copperopolis – Vehicle broken into. 7:52 a.m., New Melones Reservoir – Six-by-six-foot box observed floating under Stevenot Bridge. 9:16 a.m., Near Valley Springs – Tools stolen from a construction site. 3:27 p.m., Near Vallecito – Vehicle broken into at Natural Bridges trailhead. 4:16 p.m., Wilseyville – Violation of restraining order. 5:14 p.m., Arnold – Reporting party states granddaughter’s […]

Road impact fees win approval – again

Calaveras County will charge developers a Road Impact Mitigation, this time including commercial development, supervisors decided Monday. The program was passed on a 3-2 vote with Supervisors Tom Tryon and Paul Stein opposed. In November, supervisors approved a RIM program on a 3-2 vote that exempted commercial development. But, when the ordinance came back for final adoption in December, Supervisor […]

Harry E. Ramsey

World War II veteran Harry Edgar Ramsey of Murphys, a retired machinist, died Thursday, Jan. 15, 2004, at Mark Twain Convalescent Hospital in San Andreas. He was 85. Mr. Ramsey was born in Jones, Iowa. He served in the military during World War II and afterward worked for 30 years as a machinist for Lockeed Missiles and Space Co. He […]

Mabel Buckholz

Homemaker Mabel Buckholz of Valley Springs, a homemaker, died Saturday, Jan. 24, 2004, at her home. She was 85. Mrs. Buckholz was born in Berkeley. She was a loving mother and deeply faithful Catholic. She had lived in Valley Springs for 16 years. She leaves her son, Steve Buckholz of Linden, and her daughters, Mary Turnbeaugh of Valley Springs and […]

STAY INFORMED: Last week’s headlines in the Calaveras Enterprise – Avery landmark to close

Here’s what you missed last week by not subscribing to the Calaveras Enterprise’s print edition. · Avery: A landmark hotel shuts its doors · Oak trees aren’t as might as they look · Housing plan on tap for Angels · Road impact fees are back on the table · OHV ruling produces 23 appeals · Leash wants to talk with […]

Sports Calendar

Tuesday, Jan. 27 Bret Harte boys’ basketball at Argonaut – 5 p.m. Calaveras boys’ basketball at Amador – 5 p.m. Valley Springs Flag Football League signups, Roundtable Pizza, Valley Springs – 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 28 Bret Harte girls’ basketball at home vs. Argonaut – 5 p.m. Calaveras girls’ basketball at home vs. Amador – 5 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 29 […]