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  1. 'Students Against Destructive Decisions' (SADD) share individual...Read the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | The Union Democrat

    Nearly half the Don Pedro High School student body participates in the Students Against Destructive Decisions program, pictured are, back row from left, sophomore Kimberly Johnson, 16, sophomore Bradley Medlin, 15, senior Kai Ayers, 18, junior Angelina Johnson, 16, junior Lisa Corpus, front row from left, sophomore Emma Castillo, 15, sophomore Kaitlyn Bispo, 16, junior Melissa Cabral, 17, and senior Alexia Saucedo, 17. - union democrat Nearly half the Don Pedro High School student body participates in the Students Against Destructive Decisions program, pictured are, back row from left, sophomore Kimberly Johnson, 16, sophomore Bradley Medlin, 15, senior Kai Ayers, 18, junior Angelina Johnson, 16, junior Lisa Corpus, front row from left, sophomore Emma Castillo, 15, sophomore Kaitlyn Bispo, 16, junior Melissa Cabral, 17, and senior Alexia Saucedo, 17. The death of a friend inspired Don ... (more)

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  2. News of Record for December 13, 2018Read the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | The Union Democrat

    12:18 p.m., suspicious circumstances - A person on Stockton Road saw smoke coming from beneath a bridge on Stockton Road, and advised a person to leave the area. 3:23 p.m., lost, found property - Two fraudulent bills were found in the area of a South Washington Street toy store.

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  3. Lack of movement on solutions to homelessness in Sonora causes frustrationRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | The Union Democrat

    Garbage left behind from an abandoned homeless encampment near the edge of Woods Creek in Sonora along a developed urban trail that leads to Mill Villa Estates. - union democrat Garbage left behind from an abandoned homeless encampment near the edge of Woods Creek in Sonora along a developed urban trail that leads to Mill Villa Estates.

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  4. New Sonora High board votes for special meeting to review Wildcat Ranch saleRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | The Union Democrat

    New board members [from left] Nancy Scott, Dr. Jim Riggs and Erik Andal were sworn into the Sonora Union High School District board by Judge Kate Segerstrom [far right] on Tuesday night. - union democrat New board members [from left] Nancy Scott, Dr. Jim Riggs and Erik Andal were sworn into the Sonora Union High School District board by Judge Kate Segerstrom [far right] on Tuesday night.

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  5. Sonora photographer and activist dies at 82Read the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | The Union Democrat

    His photography graces downtown Sonora stores and homes of tourists moved by his art. His name is spoken with pride by an aging clan of environmental activists known for their opposition to filling New Melones in the late 1970s and early 1980s.

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  6. Flag raised in Sonora's Courthouse SquareRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | The Union Democrat

    Two county employees shared the honors of unfolding and attaching the flag, bringing to a conclusion the yearlong effort to install a flagpole to the downtown Sonora park. The 30-foot aluminum pole was erected earlier this week and the lights that surround the base were given a trial run Monday night.

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  7. Flag to fly in Courthouse Square once againRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Union Democrat

    Frank Baldwin , Jex Baldwin and Justin Baldwin , with Baldwin Construction, grout around the thirty-foot aluminum flag pole before wiring and installing three ground-recessed LED lights early Monday morning. Jex Baldwin with Baldwin Construction installs one of three ground-recessed LED lights in the center of Courthouse Square in Sonora Monday morning.

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  8. News of Record for Dec. 11, 2018Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Union Democrat

    6:10 p.m., suspicious circumstances - A man at a South Washington Street gas station attempted to take his pants off in the store 7:33 p.m., suspicious circumstances - A West Jackson Street resident heard two men say they were jumping over a fence to get into an apartment. 9:21 p.m., warrant arrests - A bright orange mountain bike was stolen from an Old Wards Ferry Road store, but it was found behind the store.

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  9. Busy weekend for CHP in Mother Lode and drug arrest in SonoraRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Union Democrat

    Courtesy / Tuolumne County Sheriff's Office A Sonora man was arrested after approximately 11.23 grams of cocaine, 19,05 grams of the psilocybin mushrooms, 0.55 grams of MDMA, a bottle of liquid codeine, a baggie of marijuana and more than $465 were found during a traffic stop of a vehicle he was driving on Longeway Road on Sunday. - union democrat Courtesy / Tuolumne County Sheriff's Office A Sonora man was arrested after approximately 11.23 grams of cocaine, 19,05 grams of the psilocybin mushrooms, 0.55 grams of MDMA, a bottle of liquid codeine, a baggie of marijuana and more than $465 were found during a traffic stop of a vehicle he was driving on Longeway Road on Sunday.

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  10. A life of service to the betterment of our communityRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 7 | The Union Democrat

    That was Craig Pedro's humble and low-key parting message to the co-workers, friends and family members who gathered for a retirement reception to honor his 38 years of public service, 34 of them in Tuolumne County. His voice wavered and he paused a couple of times as he stood in the Board of Supervisors chambers Tuesday, where so much of his work has taken place, especially in the 12 years he has been county administrator.

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  11. Red Church intersection designs draw criticismRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 7 | The Union Democrat

    Stakeholders still have a number of issues with a proposed reconfiguration of the intersection near the St. James Episcopal Church in downtown Sonora based on new engineering designs released this week.

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  12. Tuolumne County seeks input on potential regional parkRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 7 | The Union Democrat

    Tuolumne County officials will host a series of public meetings next week to gather ideas for what the community would like to see in a possible new regional park that would be located across the street from Standard Park Sports Complex in East Sonora. The county is planning to submit an application next year for a grant through a new program under the California Parks and Recreation Department that would fund the proposed park's development.

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  13. Neighbors air grievances with East Sonora church's outdoor eventsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 7 | The Union Democrat

    Opponents of an East Sonora church's expansion plans line up to speak Wednesday night at a Tuolumne County Planning Commission meeting. - union democrat Opponents of an East Sonora church's expansion plans line up to speak Wednesday night at a Tuolumne County Planning Commission meeting.

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  14. Tuolumne County releases final draft of General Plan updateRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 7 | The Union Democrat

    Copies of the voluminous final Tuolumne County General Plan update for the county Planning Commission were stacked in front of Commissioner Heidi Lupo and Peter Rei at a public meeting on Wednesday. - union democrat Copies of the voluminous final Tuolumne County General Plan update for the county Planning Commission were stacked in front of Commissioner Heidi Lupo and Peter Rei at a public meeting on Wednesday.

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  15. News of Record for Dec. 7, 2018Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 7 | The Union Democrat

    1:37 a.m., Sonora - A Big Hill Road resident complained his neighbor was in his yard stealing his firewood and yelling profanities at him. 1:26 p.m., Groveland - A person on Main Street threatened to shoot their coworkers and burn the building down.

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  16. Now & Then: Sonora has a long history of Christmas displaysRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 6 | The Union Democrat

    In the 21st century, Christmas carols may be playing in stores by Halloween, stores will have Christmas decorations for sale early in November, and store windows will be decorated way before Thanksgiving. Except for the timing, none of this is new.

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  17. News of Record for Dec. 6, 2018Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 6 | The Union Democrat

    9:34 a.m., parking citation - A ticket was issued to a vehicle parked in permit parking only on North Norlin Street. 12:50 p.m., miscellaneous codes - A vehicle with Pennsylvania plates on Mono Way had a drug smoking pipe on the center console.

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  18. Sonora High board sells most of Wildcat Ranch to The Park Foundation for $1 millionRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 5 | The Union Democrat

    Sonora Union High School District Superintendent Dr. Mark Miller holds a map of the planned extension campus that never came to fruition at the 137-acre Wildcat Ranch. - union democrat Sonora Union High School District Superintendent Dr. Mark Miller holds a map of the planned extension campus that never came to fruition at the 137-acre Wildcat Ranch.

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  19. News of Record for December 5, 2018Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 5 | The Union Democrat

    12:46 p.m., theft - Two men pushed several shopping carts on Stockton Road, and after an officer contacted them it was agreed that the carts would be returned. 2:11 p.m., lost, found property - A black and metallic striped planner with a bear paw sticker on it was left in ashopping cart at a Sanguinetti Road business, and someone took it.

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  20. Santa Claus returns next week to Courthouse SquareRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 5 | The Union Democrat

    Sonora Public Works employees Quinn Vanderwerff and Kole Elkins work to assemble the ramp to Santa's workshop in Sonora's Courthouse Square. - union democrat Sonora Public Works employees Quinn Vanderwerff and Kole Elkins work to assemble the ramp to Santa's workshop in Sonora's Courthouse Square.

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