Wednesday, January 13, 2016

USFS meeting on Over-the-Snow Vehicle Use

   The Stanislaus National Forest is hosting two public workshops regarding proposed changes on Over-the Snow Vehicle use designations on January 25, 2016 from 4-6 PM at the Best Western Hotel in Sonora.

  A second meeting is planned for February 18, 2016 but the time has not been
determined.

Patricia Ann (Fischer) Rager of Mokelumne Hill

   Patricia (Pat) (Tree) Fischer-Rager died peacefully January 7, 2016 at her childhood home in Mokelumne Hill with her family by her side. She was 84.

   She was born in

Fed pays US government record amount

      Information was released late yesterday that the Fed, who is often criticized for its secrecy, paid the US government a record $ 97.7 Billion in 2015.

   Their investments apparently paid off big time. The total amount of money the Fed has is not actually known.

If you can stay awake....

  .....Adele will appear on the Late, Late Show tonight with James Corden.

Al Roker and son refused Taxi service

   Al Roker filed a complaint with the NYC Taxi Commission alleging that a taxi driver refused to pick up he and his son and stopped at the white man nearby.

   The driver was found guilty of refusing service and was fined $500. It was his second fine of that type.  Al Roker, who works for NBC's Today Show, wrote about it on social media, but NBC is not commenting on the incident.

Two vehicle collision in Jamestown

   January 13, 2016 at 9:15 AM:  A two vehicle collision has been reported on Jamestown Road at Hwy 49.

   The roadway is completely blocked apparently. CHP arrived at the scene quickly and an ambulance is en route. Be extra careful if headed that way.

Collision in Plymouth

   January 13, 2016 at 9:15 AM:  CHP is at the scene of a reported traffic collision on Latrobe Road near Lorentz Road in the Plymouth area.

  An ambulance is also en route. One vehicle is down in a ditch off the roadway. Be cautious if headed for that area.

Sheriff Deputies Union wants NO changes? Continue corruption??

   During the tenure of the now deceased Sheriff Kuntz, the Calaveras Sheriff's Departments' reputation went from bad to worse.

   Women victims reportedly abused, ignored, lawsuits in the department, unrest

They will be the LA Rams again!

   It was announced that the Rams, currently in St. Louis Missouri, are moving back to Los Angeles.

   No decision appears to have been made about the Raiders.