SMUG MEETING: 7 p.m. at the Avery Middle School Library, the Sierra Macintosh Users Group hosts a question and answer session with a panel of Mac experts. Attendees may ask about computer, printer or software problems. Call 795-3016 for more information. For more What’s Hoppin’ highlights, click on the day above. WEDNESDAY HOW TO FINALIZE YOUR DIVORCE: 3:30 to 5:30 […]

Charles I. Baldwin

World War II veteran Chaarles “Charley” Ivan Baldwin of Angels Camp, an Army veteran of World War II, died Thursday, Feb. 5, 2004, in Jackson. He was 82. Mr. Baldwin was born in Fairfield, Idaho. He lived the past 43 years in Angels Camp where he was the owner-operator of Baldwin & Son Excavating. He was an avid treasure hunter […]

Tuolumne sues over ‘massive’ Oak Canyon

As promised, Tuolumne County has filed a lawsuit against Calaveras County over its approval of the Oak Canyon Ranch development near Copperopolis. The suit, filed Thursday by Sacramento attorney, Somach, Simmons and Dunn, said approval of Oak Canyon violates the California Environmental Quality Act. Calaveras County failed to appropriately mitigate impacts of the project, namely traffic impacts on O’Byrnes Ferry […]

Bret Harte mat men skin Reds

Bret Harte’s varsity wrestlers beat Calaveras 35-31 Thursday in the last league dual meet of the season. The victory gave the Bullfrogs a 4-1 record for the season, and a three-way tie with Calaveras and Amador for the Mother Lode League championship. “It was a very exciting dual meet, but the flip of the coin was a huge determining factor […]

Students put their knowledge to the test

Saturday was a day for the brain at Bret Harte High School as students competed in the annual Academic Decathlon. Two teams from Calaveras County and two from Tuolumne County squared off in the dual-county event sponsored by each county’s office of education. Contestants face a day of tests n both written and oral n and must give speeches and […]

Lady Frogs beat Linden, fall in Sacto

Rescheduling their Friday match to accommodate Linden’s homecoming, the Lady Bullfrogs beat the Lady Lions 64-33 Thursday. Still undefeated in league play, at 6-0, Bret Harte hosts Amador tonight, with the varsity game beginning at 7:45. The frosh and JV matches begin at 5. The Lady Frogs took an 11-5 lead in the opening stanza and never looked back. A […]

SHERIFF’S LOG: Sunday, Feb. 8

10:26 a.m., Campo Seco – Report of missing cows. 10:35 a.m., Avery – Report of suspicious vehicle stuck in mud. One person arrested on warrant. 12:27 p.m., Valley Springs – Ongoing problem with dirt bikes. 1:44 p.m., Mokelumne Hill – Eight-year-old grandson stole earrings in Jackson. They were given back but grandmother would like a deputy to talk with him […]


Published in the February 10, 2004 print edition of the Calaveras Enterprise. FEBRUARY 2, 2004 BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, COUNTY OF CALAVERAS STATE OF CALIFORNIA ORDINANCE NO. 2777 ORDINANCE ADDING CHAPTER [12.10] TO THE CALAVERAS COUNTY CODE ESTABLISHING ROAD IMPACT MITIGATION FEE PROGRAM The Board of Supervisors of the County of the County of Calaveras ordains as follows: Section 1. Chapter […]

Supervisors take issue with foreclosure

Tom and Anita Radcliff’s loss of their home for failure to pay a $120 homeowners association fee has the Calaveras County Board of Supervisors “shocked and outraged.” Monday the board agreed to send a letter to the Copper Cove Lake Tulloch Homeowners Association “strongly” suggesting it help the Radcliffs get back their home and to “never” use foreclosure as a […]

Redskins seal victory in final minute

The Calaveras varsity boys took Friday’s basketball match with Summerville from a tied game to a victory in less than two minutes. The board was even at 51 with 1:35 remaining when Brett Dickinson laid in a two-pointer to put Calaveras ahead. Thirty seconds later, Greg McInturf took the first of what would be four consecutive Redskin trips to the […]