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- Closed Session To Lead Angels City Council Agenda
- Sonora Woman Hurt In Hit-And-Run
- Agencies On Board To Re-designate Hwy 49
- Sierra Mountain Pass Re-Opens
- Edson To Lead Calaveras Supervisors In 2015
- Poll: Growing Approval Of State Government
- Sonora Crash Blocks Road
- Book Captures Sonora Yesterday And Today
- Regulating Vaping
- Strategic Supervisor Session
- Camera Captures A Rare Sight
- New Calaveras CAO To Continue Crunching Budget
- When To Hold Meetings?
- T.U.D. Must Solve Budget Deficit
- S&P: California’s Financial Comeback Due To Cuts
- Frank Salel Super Bowl Breakfast Served This Sunday
- Tracking The Tap Supply
- More Time To Vote By Mail
- Cause Of Copper House Fire Released
- Call To Snuff E-cigarettes In Public
Posted on | January 6, 2015 | Comments Off
There is no better place to live than in beautiful Mi-Wuk Village.
This time-capsule film was produced in 1955.
Posted on | January 5, 2015 | Comments Off
Louie Gohmert announced on Fox News Channel his plans to challenge Jon Boehner for Speaker of the House this month.
Declaring “it’s time for a change,” Representative Louie Gohmert (R-TX) took declared his opposition to Representative John Boehner (R-OH) for Speaker of the House.
“A poll came out Friday saying 60% or more of the Republicans in the country that voted in the last election, including independents who voted Republican, they want a change,” Gohmert said. “They want a different Speaker.”
Gohmert vowed to depart from Boehner’s tyrannical ways.
“We’ll get back to appropriating and go through regular committee process, so everybody, every Representative from both parties will have a chance to participate in the process and not have a dictator running things,” he said.
Posted on | January 4, 2015 | Comments Off
Mike Huckabee has left Fox News Channel. He says that he is thinking about running for President in 2016 and will make his announcement late this Spring. That should make it around May or June. Until he makes such an announcement, KVML will continue to run Huckabee’s radio commentary each weekday at 6:35 AM, 7:35 AM, 8:35 AM and 12:30 PM. Meanwhile, here were his departing words last weekend…
Posted on | December 17, 2014 | Comments Off
It happened earlier this week. A bicyclist near Sausalito was moving at a brisk pace, when everything suddenly changed..
In the words of the bicyclist, “This was on Alexander Ave heading towards Sausalito, CA. Although I don’t remember it, I landed on my back, and hit the back of my Giro helmet, which probably saved me from serious brain injury. Although I had a mild concussion with a bit of memory loss around the event, I am very grateful to have escaped feeling only a little banged up. I cannot speak to the deer’s injuries. Also, thank you very much to the folks who stopped to help.”
Posted on | December 10, 2014 | Comments Off
Every year on the first Friday in December, Murphys celebrates the Holiday season with a Christmas Parade and Open House.
Posted on | December 1, 2014 | Comments Off
Protesters hit the streets of San Francisco on Black Friday (Nov 28, 2014) to yell, taunt and throw things at San Francisco Police Officers.
Posted on | November 29, 2014 | Comments Off
Based on the 1865 short story by Mark Twain, this story was Twain’s first great success as a writer and brought him national attention.
While we encourage you to “read” the story, you may also enjoy “watching” the story as told while using moderen day legos.
Posted on | November 4, 2014 | Comments Off
In the Media and Technology Class at Summerville High School, the students wanted to explore the idea that students today need to be more cautious online.
This video was made as a funny way of expressing that idea.
Posted on | November 3, 2014 | Comments Off
Nature itself provides the best kind of sound in Yosemite National Park as well as the surrounding Stanislaus National Forest.
Individual bird songs are explained and featured in this video.
Posted on | November 2, 2014 | Comments Off
Dodge Ridge Ski Area in Tuolumne County reports 6 inches at the base and 10 inches at the Summit. Further north, the Sierra looked like this:
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