Friday, December 4, 2015

Terrorism! Here in Calaveras County? No one is free from fear of these dangerous people!!

   The official meaning of terrorism is "the use of violence and intimidation in the pursuit of political aims."  No! None of us is free from the fear

Collision on Hwy 88

   December 4, 2015 at 12:30 PM:  A traffic collision has resulted in one vehicle running off Hwy 88 and down the embankment near Mormon Emigrant Trail.

   A tow truck has been dispatched. The vehicle is stuck in the snow. Minor injuries resulted in one person being taken to the hospital.  Use extra care if in that area.

Robert (Bob) Henry Luther of Valley Springs

      Robert Henry Luther, born on August 2, 1936 in Providence, Rhode Island, passed away at his home in Valley Springs on December 1, 2015.

Vehicle vs pole on Hwy 120

   December 4, 2015 at 9:30 AM:  A vehicle has reportedly hit a pole at Hwy 120 and Airport Way in Manteca.

    It isn't yet known if there are injuries. CHP is en route to the scene. Be careful if in the area.

Asphalt Plant back on Calaveras Planning Commission Agenda--No Cell Towers at Lake Tulloch??

   Ford Construction has appealed a decision that they need a Conditional Use Permit to operate an asphalt plant in Rancho Calaveras.

Injuries in Salida crash

   December 4, 2015 at 9:15 AM:  A traffic collision has been reported at Hwy 219 and Sisk Road in the Salida area.

   An ambulance and tow truck are en route. Two CHP are at the scene. Use caution if headed in that direction.

Chains required on Hwy 4

   While most of the storm last night was rain, they did get snow above 5000' and chains are required just above Arnold on Hwy 4 on all vehicles without 4 wheel drive and snow tires.

California Spotted Owl conservation

  UPDATE:  The USFS would like us to remind everyone about this webinar about the Spotted Owl.

    On December 8, 2015

Big Bend Bobcats

Three Big Bend Texas Bobcats! Beautiful,
but look scared!

Angels Camp Police K-9 gets large donation

   Ric and Joanne Ryan have donated $1000 to the Angels Camp Police Department's K-9 Replacement Fund.

   Others have also donated to the fund and the total is now $2500. The department wants to thank all those who have donated to help replace the dog that they lost not long ago.