SPI opposes Ebbetts Pass scenic road

Sierra Pacific Industries said naming Ebbetts Pass a national scenic byway would limit its logging practices in the area. On Tuesday, SPI officially announced its opposition to a plan that would put the 58-mile stretch of Highway 4 from Arnold to Markleeville on the Federal Highway Administration’s (FHA) prestigious byway program. SPI, which owns about 74,000 acres in Calaveras County, […]


HOSPITAL AUXILIARY BOOK SALE: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and July 24 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Community Education Center at Mark Twain St. Joseph’s Hospital in San Andreas, the hospital auxiliary will hold a used goods and book sale. Proceeds benefit the auxiliary’s projects at the hospital. Call 772-0216 for more information. For more What’s Hoppin’ […]

Fishing Reports

Oxygen beckons trout at Lake Camanche Lake Camanche By Chris Cantwell, Camanche Recreation Co. Lake Camanche’s current elevation is 214.76 feet above sea level, a drop of .52 of a foot since July 11. The lake elevation will continue to drop slowly. The water temperature is 78 degrees F. on the surface, and 53 degrees at the bottom, 107 feet […]

Mark David Fudem

West Point Mark David Fudem of West Point, a member of the Church of the Living Word in West Point, died Sunday, July 18, 2004, in at St. Joseph’s Medical Center in Stockton. He was 46. Mr. Fudem was born in Sacramento. He is survived by his wife, Tamara Fudem of West Point; daughters, Sandy Brock of Kentucky, Raychael Fudem […]

Susan Kim McShane

Bartender Susan Kim McShane of Copperopolis, a bartender at the Old Corner Saloon in Copperopolis, died Tuesday, July 20, 2004, at her home. She was 42. Ms. McShane was born in Port Smith, N.H., and had lived in Copperopolis for the past year. She leaves her mother and step-father, Kim and Gary Knox of Oceanside, and her father, Calvin McShane […]


Published in the July 23, 2004 print edition of the Calaveras Enterprise. CALAVERAS COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS PRELIMINARY AGENDA, JULY 26, 2004 10:00 A.M.: CALL TO ORDER PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE C O N S E N T A G E N D A 1. Minutes of July 12, 2004 Regular Board of Supervisors meeting – Board action: 2. CORRESPONDENCE: July […]

Calaveras Adventures: the wilderness challenge

Outdoor enthusiasts coming up Highway 4 will find a huge wilderness playground waiting for them n the Stanislaus National Forest. Established Feb. 22, 1897, the Stanislaus is among the nation’s oldest national forests, and covers 898,099 acres in four counties. The forest offers vacationers a wealth of activities from swimming and fishing in cold mountain streams, to horseback riding and […]

SHERIFF’S LOG: Thursday, July 22

1:29 a.m., Rail Road Flat – Neighbor is dumping steel and making noise. Contacted. Agreed to keep it quiet. Wednesday, July 21 1:52 a.m., Arnold – Subject is victim of assault with a vehicle on Longman Lane. Male subject is arrested. 12:46 p.m., Valley Springs – Yesterday, around noon, someone took reporting party’s dog, Sandy. They called him around 2 […]

Michael Edward Frost

Hathaway Pines Michael Edward Frost of Hathaway Pines died Saturday, July 17, 2004, at St. Joseph’s Medical Center in Stockton. Mr. Frost was born in Oakland. He had lived in Hathaway Pines for the past five years, buying a home there that he shared with his partner, Karen Knodell. He leaves his three children, Kelly Hensley, Cherie Frost and Matt […]

Arrest made in fatal White Pines wreck

California Highway Patrol officers arrested an Arnold man Thursday they believe supplied alcohol to five juveniles involved in a solo-vehicle accident that claimed the lives of two boys and seriously injured another. Jacob Matthew Gallegos, 23, was arrested at his home Thursday afternoon and booked into the Calaveras County Jail. He is being held in lieu of $15,000 bail. Security […]