Burglar apologizes for break-in



 Mariposa County Sheriff’s deputies may have arrested the most polite burglar in recent history last weekend. The burglar, 21-year-old Tim Butler of Portland, Ore., was booked into the Mariposa County Jail. What happened after the victim found Butler in her home is quite surprising. To read the full story, see the May 10 edition of the Mariposa Gazette.      […]

Caltrans will close Highway 49 for blasting



The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) will intermittently close State Route 49 from Silva Road/ Indian Peak Road to Allred Road for blasting.  Work will occur on Thursday, May 10,  from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.  Motorists should expect 30 to 60 minute delays.   Alternate routes should be taken whenever possible.    … An online subscription is required to […]

Tioga Road opens gates to skiers and sightseers



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Road work snarls traffic today



 The road work on Highway 49 South at Ashworth Road could cause significant delays today. Crews will be blasting today, and motorists can expect delays of 30 to 60 minutes. Drivers should use alternate routes when possible. … An online subscription is required to view news content on this website. To continue reading please enter your username and password below. […]

Work affects Bullion Street



The Mariposa Public Utility District (MPUD) will be performing work that will affect traffic on Bullion Street beginning May 14.  MPUD will be replacing 300 feet of public sewer main and several service laterals on Bullion Street north of 13th Street.   The work is planned to begin May 14, 2012 and continue through June.  The MPUD staff will be performing the […]

2012-05-03 E-Edition

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