Thursday, May 22, 2014

Light Snow on Sentinel Dome

A little snow has fallen on Sentinel Dome today.

Deadline to register passed..

  As the deadline to register to vote in the June 2014 primary came and went, over 6 million people who became eligible to vote didn't bother to register. What a shame!

  Some say its because there isn't a Presidential election or any special issue for them on the ballot. However, the Supervisorial elections are even more important to what happens to us here in Calaveras County than who is President.

Our beautiful Sierras....even without any snow

When the last measurement was to be taken, the officials found
bare ground.

Jackie Kennedy's letters withdrawn from auction

  The private letters that Jackie Kennedy wrote to her priest while she was First Lady have been saved from the auction block.

   The Irish university who owns them instead have decided to work with the Kennedy family to preserve them.

What? A cocktail reception at the 9/11 museum?

   Were you as shocked as we were to learn that a private (no survivor families allowed) cocktail reception was held for the mucky-mucks at the 9/11 museum?

   Even more upsetting to families is a restaurant soon to open and a gift shop for mementoes to 9/11?

Looking for a Summer Project?

   Are you interested in politics and would like to learn about campaigning. Art Moore, candidate for Congress of our District 4 is offering opportunities to work as a volunteer.

   Just send an email to and let them know.

Small Marijuana Plants destroyed

   On Tuesday May 20, 2014 the Tuolumne Narcotics Team and the Tuolumne County Sheriff's Office followed up on an ongoing marijuana cultivation investigation.