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Sonora (Tuolumne, California)

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  • Police Report: May 6, 2011

    The following were taken from daily booking reports from the Glendale Police Department. Area 1 East Doran Street and North Isabel Street Manuel Castaneda, 32, was arrested May 1 on suspicion of possessing driving under the influence of drugs or...
  • Tuolumne County Medical Marijuana Dispensaries Raided

    Tuolumne County Medical Marijuana Dispensaries Raided
    The Tuolumne County Narcotics Teams has shut down three medical marijuana dispensaries that it says were operating illegally. The raids happened Wednesday morning around Sonora. While medical marijuana is legal in California, there are specific...
  • Police Report - May 25, 2011

    The following were taken from daily booking reports from the Glendale Police Department. AREA 1 1300 block of South Brand Boulevard Edward Balazick, 30, was arrested May 22 on suspicion of domestic battery. 200 block of South Orange Street Maria...
  • Memorial Day Brings Questions about Afghanistan

    Memorial Day Brings Questions about Afghanistan
    More than any Memorial Day in recent memory there’s a lot of sharp discussion about war on May 30, 2011.  Support is growing for some kind of troop withdrawal from Afghanistan.  But how much, is the nagging question.  Opinions cut sharply, depending...
  • Accused Cemetery Vandal Arrested, Headstones Destroyed

    Accused Cemetery Vandal Arrested, Headstones Destroyed
    SONORA -- A 21-year-old is facing felony charges for causing $40,000 in damage to a Sonora cemetery. On Saturday evening, someone saw a man knocking over grave stones and monuments at the Odd Fellows Cemetery. By the time cops arrived, the man was gone....
  • Police report

    The following were taken from daily booking reports from the Glendale Police Department. Area 1 100 block of North Isabel Street Lucero Acevedo, 23, was arrested Nov. 12 on suspicion of petty theft. Cristine Alcalde, 60, was arrested Nov. 12 on...
  • Army Sgt. Robert T. Rapp, 22, Sonora; killed by suicide bomber in Afghanistan

    Army Sgt. Robert T. Rapp, 22, Sonora; killed by suicide bomber in Afghanistan
    Not long ago, 22-year-old Bobby Rapp took pen to binder paper in a faraway land, writing what amounted to a last will and testament. He expressed love of family back home in Sonora, Calif., and a firm commitment to his young life's task -- the war on...
  • A training ground as beautiful as the front lines are hellish

    A training ground as beautiful as the front lines are hellish
    For thousands of U.S. Marines, the road to Afghanistan goes through an isolated training facility here in the Eastern Sierra where they share the rugged Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest with civilian hunters, backpackers and skiers. On a recent weekend,...
  • 'Uno se siente más cerca de Dios aquí'

    A pesar de que el frescor de la mañana flotaba en el ambiente de este desértico paraje desolado, frecuentado a menudo por vehículos para el desierto y motos todoterreno, los rayos del sol eran fuertes y hacían resaltar cada sombra y le daban más brillo...
  • Timeline: Key moments in Mexicalifornia history

    1769-1823: Led by Junípero Serra, Franciscan missionaries from Spain establish missions in Alta California, from San Diego (1769) to Sonoma (1823). 1821: After a decade of battles, Mexico wins independence from Spain. News reaches California in April...
  • Thunderstorm Warning Issued for SoCal This Weekend

    Thunderstorm Warning Issued for SoCal This Weekend
    LOS ANGELES -- Thunderstorms are possible across most of Southern California through Sunday, according to an alert issued by the National Weather Service Saturday. A strong flow of moisture from the east has laid a layer of clouds across Southern...
  • A character study of two Mexican vacation towns

    A character study of two Mexican vacation towns
    Sonora's Puerto Peñasco and Baja California's San Felipe appeal in different ways to visitors from north of the border. ++++++++++++++++++++ || || PUERTO PEÑASCO || SAN FELIPE || || Population || 44,647 in the 2005 census, but estimates as high as 60,...