December 6, 2012 RSS feed / For the Record

Sheriff’s Daily Dispatch Log

Nov. 26: •Someone reported grand theft on Charles Street. •There was a hit and run accident on Hornitos Road. •Harassment was reported on Coakley Circle. •A horse was on Highway 49 in Coulterville.  More...

Logging operation returns to Fish Camp

The sounds of train whistles have fallen silent at the Yosemite Mountain Sugar Pine Railroad now that the season has ended, and instead have been replaced with other sounds that haven’t been heard here in nearly a century.  More...

NATIONAL PARK SERVICE

Secretary Salazar nixes oyster farm

A fight over the fate of a commercial oyster farm located in a national park was resolved on Nov. More...

Tea for two

The Mariposa United Methodist Women served two settings of their annual tea on Dec. 1. More...

Scouting for Food

Three boys from the Wolf Cub Den and one of the boys from the Webelo den participated in the Scouting for Food drive on Nov. 10. More...

County Fire Response Report

Nov. 26 to Dec. 2  EMS - 9  Fire - 0  Public assist - 0  Auto collision - 1  Spotlight Call of the Week: On Friday, Nov. More...

Shoppers converge on craft fair

The Mariposa County Fairgrounds was bustling with activity last weekend, as the annual Soroptimist Christmas Craft Far took over the facility. More...

GAZETTE lists holiday deadline schedule

The MARIPOSA GAZETTE has announced its deadline changes for the upcoming holidays.  The editorial deadline for article submission into the Dec. 27 newspaper is Tuesday, Dec. More...

Partridge in a Christmas tree

The 21st annual Ken and Alice Meriam Christmas Home Tour, sponsored by the Mariposa County Friends of the Library, took place last weekend. More...

Medi-Cal managed care is proposed for Mariposa

Beginning in June 2013, the governor’s budget proposes to expand managed care into rural areas that are now Fee-For-Service (FFS) only. More...

Lushmeadows hosts Christmas potluck

The Lushmeadows Association will host a Christmas potluck dinner on Dec. 15 at the clubhouse.  The social hour begins at 5 p.m. Dinner is scheduled for 6 p.m. The association will provide ham and dessert. More...

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