Friday, January 16, 2015

Kathy Gail Doyle of Railroad Flat

   Kathy Gail Doyle was born on December 9, 1950 in Oakland and she passed away at her home in Railroad Flat on January 14, 2015. She was 64 years old.

   Kathy was a longtime caregiver to the elderly and also worked 18 years at Calaveras Unified School District

Six sets of Twins??

   A hospital in Lee's Summit, Missouri became famous this week, after the 6th set of twins was born there in one week.

  

Serpico says: "Fire cops who turned their backs on Mayor."

  In a surprise interview, the one-time whistle-blower on bad cops, on whom the movie "Serpico" was based, got angry enough to speak out.

   Frank Serpico, who now leads a quiet life said "Fire cops who turned their backs on Mayor." We agree! It's a sign of other corruption in the force and a union with way too much power.

Rhino Escapees

Rhinos headed for the open spaces, escape from zoo.
   Three rhinos escaped from a zoo in Israel yesterday after the guard on duty fell asleep.

   The zoo manager chased the rhinos down the street and herded them back inside the fence. The guard got fired.

Vehicle hits deer in Jenny Lind

 UPDATE at 10 AM:  An officer was just sent out to despatch the injured deer.  It has been left to suffer all this time.

Drug Lab Discovered in Ceres

     According to the Modesto Police Department on January 15, 2015 agents with the Stanislaus Drug Enforcement Agency (SDEA) served a search warrant at a home in the 1600 block of Sungate Drive in Ceres.

   Authorities had been investigating

"Who dey" bites!

   A woman who was bitten by one of Tom McClintock's stafffers' dogs has sued the House of Representative for $200,000.

   She was apparently waiting for an appointment with McClintock when "Who dey", who was completely unattended, bit her.  We didn't know dogs ran loose in the House of Representatives.