It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of this newspaper’s owner and publisher, our own guiding light, Ralph Alldredge.
In Memory of Ralph Alldredge
We remember the longtime Enterprise owner/publisher
I stood on the deck of my aunt’s house in Edmonds, Wash., last week while on vacation, overlooking Puget Sound. Whidbey Island could be seen off to the right through the haze of wildfire smoke…
I have had the privilege of working for and with Ralph for the last eight years.
- Former publisher had a passion for community journalism
- I am forever grateful to Ralph
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- Ask Rusty: Veteran asks about disability and ex-spouse benefits
- Ask Rusty: About applying for Social Security benefits
- Is your dependent eligible for a college fee waiver?
- A Greenhouse Gas Reduction Plan can work for citizens of Calaveras
- 3 steps you can take to protect your family during wildfire season
- A roadtrip to Reno (with lettuce wraps for dinner)
- Meet an early intervention program coordinator
Letters to the Editor
- The news industry needs support in order to continue covering communities and serve readers
- Calaveras landowners could have the opportunity to sell carbon offsets that result from sequestration
- More on Tree of Heaven
- It’s great to have such dedicated people in our community that take such fantastic care of us
- I hope that as we move forward, all of our stakeholders take more PRIDE in our school and stop leaving trash for others to pick up
- No new taxes. No on Measure A
- Gail Bunge has done a great job on the Bret Harte School Board, and there is no need for a change
- Gail has the experience, background, integrity, and just plain heart to serve the community on the Bret Harte School Board
- Hopefully soon, our county supervisors can establish a Historic Preservation Commission to administer Federal Historic Preservation Grants
- I urge you to vote for Shannon. For all our children
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