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Law Enforcement Activity In East Sonora

East Sonora, CA – There is plenty of activity at the Junction Shopping Center after an alarm at Umpqua Bank was tripped multiple times. The alert came into the Tuolumne Sheriff’s dispatch around 6:30 a.m. Sheriff’s spokesperson Ashley Boujikian tells Clarke Broadcasting that deputies cordoned off the Mono Way and Tuolumne Road entrances to the shopping center as they searched the area for any suspects. They then, over a loudspeaker, ordered anyone inside the bank to come out. When there was no answer, deputies entered the building.
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L.A. Weekly

3 Injured in Two-Vehicle Crash on Highway 108/49 [Jamestown, CA]

Eastbound Lane Blocked after Traffic Accident near Rawhide Road. The accident happened along Highway 108/49 near Rawhide Road around 10:20 a.m., on June 21st, where two vehicles collided for reasons currently unknown. Upon arrival, paramedics located three people who sustained injuries from the crash. Meanwhile, the collision resulted in the...

Update: RVs Destroyed In East Sonora Fire

Update at 10:15am: All of the road closures from the fire near Mono Way and Serrano Road have been lifted and the fire is fully contained. CAL Fire/Tuolumne County Fire Assistant Chief Andy Murphy reports that two RVs were destroyed and two other vehicles were partially damaged. The fire also burned about 1/4 acre of vegetation. The cause of the blaze is under investigation.

Update: Power Outage In Tuolumne County

Update at 11:08 a.m.: PG&E reports all power has been restored to the more than 3,000 PG&E customers in Tuolumne County that have been without electricity since early this morning. The outage stretched from Lime Kiln Road in the Jamestown area to past Big Oak Flat Road east of Groveland and on both sides of Highway 120. The power went out for 3,071 customers shortly before 6 a.m.
Calaveras Enterprise

Calaveras girls' basketball goes undefeated in summer league

OAKDALE – Fresh off of a 2021-22 season that included 29 overall victories, a Mother Lode League title, a trip to the CIF Sac-Joaquin Section Division IV championship game and a deep run in the CIF State Division IV playoffs, the Calaveras High School girls’ basketball team is back on the court.
Calaveras Enterprise

Calaveras Male Athlete of the Year Runner-up: Braeden Orlandi

During his junior year at Calaveras High School, Braeden Orlandi truly made a name for himself. Orlandi was the main weapon for Calaveras on the gridiron and helped lead Calaveras to a share of the Mother Lode League championship on the hardwood. In both sports, he finished the season with one of the top league awards.
Calaveras Enterprise

Beat the heat with these local watering holes

With the official start of summer bringing triple-digit temps, swimming season is officially upon us. Here are some ways to beat the heat this summer, as well as some tips to help you stay safe while cooling off. Public swimming pools. Bret Harte Aquatic Center located at Bret Harte High...

Crash Impacts Traffic In Jamestown

Jamestown, CA — Two vehicles are involved in a crash on Highway 108/49 near Rawhide Road. Three people have reported minor injuries, and an ambulance is responding to the scene. The crash is blocking the eastbound lane. Be prepared for activity in the area. Written by BJ Hansen. Sign...

TUD Water Project Causing Delays On Standard Road

Sonora, CA – Travelers can expect up to 20-minute delays on Standard Road for Tuolumne Utilities District’s (TUD) Curtis Creek Elementary School Water System Consolidation Project for the next couple of months. TUD has hired Mozingo Construction, Inc. out of Oakdale to complete the project. Water officials noted,...

Tuolumne Lumber Jubilee Returns This Weekend

The multi-day Tuolumne Lumber Jubilee returns to Tuolumne City this weekend, from Friday June 24th through Sunday June 26th. Aaron Rasmussen, the Tuolumne Lumber Jubilee Board President, was Wednesday’s KVML “Newsmaker of the Day”. The Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4748 is in charge of the Tuolumne...

Tuolumne Shooting Investigation Underway

Tuolumne, CA – Gunfire rang out yesterday afternoon in the area of Cherokee Road near Nonies Road in Tuolumne, prompting a flood of calls to 911. Tuolumne County Sheriff’s dispatch received multiple calls on Tuesday, June 21st, around 1:25 p.m. One caller reported hearing a gunshot and then seeing people running from the scene. Another call came in from a passerby who reported they were flagged down by a man bleeding and asking for help.