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29 min ago | The Union Democrat
Combine Bach and Brubeck, add a 21st century approach, include a vast range of musical styles, flavor with a sense of humor, and you have crossover artist Rudolf Budginas with his mix of virtuosity, wit and charisma.
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4 hrs ago | My Mother Lode
Guns blazing, the bandits on horseback raced down South Washington Street once again trying to stop the Mother Lode Round-Up.
7 hrs ago | The Union Democrat
The City of Sonora will present its 19th annual Sonor Spring Festival from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday along Washington Street in historic downtown Sonora.
11 hrs ago | The Union Democrat
The Columbia College Community Chorus, conducted by John Carter, will present its spring concert in two performances - at 7:30 p.m. Saturday and 3 p.m. Sunday at St. Matthew Lutheran Church at 13880 Joshua Way east of Sonora.
15 hrs ago | RecordNET
The Academy of Country Music's "best new male vocalist" in 2013, Gilbert's preparing to release "Just As I Am," on May 20. The 29-year-old native of Jefferson, Ga., is touring with Thomas Rhett , from Valdosta, Ga., and Eric Paslay, from Abilene, Texas.
19 hrs ago | RecordNET
The four preliminary rounds have concluded and the top performers participate in the 15th year of this Stockton-based talent competition.
9:38 a.m., San Andreas - A man on Mountain Ranch Road filed counter-reports that said documents regarding his fireplace insert were "stolen or doctored in some way."
Fire Officials blame a cigarette for igniting a fire at a downtown Sonora building.
Precipitation will spread over northern California from late Thursday into Friday.
The MADD organization, Mothers Against Drunk Drivers, recently held a dinner in the Central Valley to recognize officers in the region that have made over 25 DUI arrests in the past year.
The community had a chance to hear from the candidates for office at the Tuolumne County Chamber of Commerce's Candidates Night.
2:59 p.m., suspicious circumstances - A man was looking into truck windows at Prospector Park on West Bradford Avenue.
The city of Sonora wants to hear from its residents on housing needs as it updates its long-range land-planning guidelines.
Stearn was sworn in to the office in April of 1964 after being encouraged to run for the seat by the Sonora Merchants Association.
Tuesday night is a chance to hear from candidates in Tuolumne County that will be on the June Primary ballot.