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The somewhat wet March has prompted the South San Joaquin Irrigation District to delay the start of farm water deliveries to Monday.
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5:37 p.m., threats - A woman said another woman pulled up beside her in a car while in a Sanguinetti Road parking lot, gestured to her like she had a gun and said "Boom you're dead."
Sonora, CA -- Avalon Care Center Officials report the facility could reopen this weekend after being closed to the public due to a Noro Virus outbreak.
The third floor of the TGH building is going to be turned into a well-equipped lab with high tech equipment, computers, and 3-D printers.
Sonora, CA -- Ron Kopf, the Executive Director of the Tuolumne County Business Council says ,"Lost tax revenue, jobs and housing: We all pay the cost of unwarranted litigation."
Officers arrived on scene and found the roommate asleep. 8:40 a.m., Sonora area - A person said their friend was missing from his home on Corte De Las Ninas.
Sierra Repertory Theatre continues to celebrate its 35th Anniversary with its first Directors Brunch, scheduled for 11 a.m. on April 6 at the Black Oak Casino Resort Hotel banquet room.
The Bank of America near Standard Road on Mono Way is shut down because their parking lot is full of water.
My blog is about an alternative retirement lifestyle - Full-Time RVing. Here you get to follow my travels and see many of the interesting places and people I encounter along my way.
Sonora High School Graduate and Tuolumne County native Heather Stapp has published her first book and will be signing copies this Saturday evening in downtown Sonora.
The Sonora Police Department has released new details on the three Sonora Elementary students caught smoking pot.
Two 8-year-olds and a 9-year-old were busted for smoking marijuana in an elementary school boys' room last week.
Fiscal Year 2014 runs through the end of June. City Administrator Tim Miller say there has been one area of notable concern thus far.
Fox40 News reported on Wednesday that three Third-graders, ages eight to nine-years old were taken into police custody on February 27, 2014 for possession of marijuana .