Dear Friend,   I don’t know how adequately to express my alarm and outrage at President Obama’s agreement with Iran.     It is a breathtakingly dangerous act.   The fact is that Iran has a well-established and consistent record of routinely violating international law.  Its intention to acquire nuclear weapons is obvious.     This agreement cannot be verified.  We are now learning that the 24/7 access to inspections the President promised does not…
  John Plasse, supervisor of District 1, gives the weekly Board of Supervisors meeting report.
Brian Oneto, District 5 Supervisor, joins us today to give a report on the Board of Supervisors meeting.
Brian Oneto, District 5 Supervisor, joins us today to give a report on the Board of Supervisors meeting.
    Medal Winning Wines Featured at Friday's Tasting!   Whether you savor a rich red or a crisp white, you will discover that there are many choices from the wines being poured at the annual wine tasting event at the Fair. Many of the top wines in California will be poured when the award-winning wines of the Amador County Fair commercial wine competition are offered for tasting on Friday evening.  A casual evening on…
AGENDA – MEETING July 13, 2015   WELCOME/FLAG SALUTE                                            Garry Anderson                    5 Min. Introductions Attendees   APPROVAL OF MINUTES                                               Emma Darknell  …
A small turbine will be attached to a large Water Agency pipeline carrying raw water from Lake Tabeaud to the Tanner Water Treatment plant on Ridge Road in Sutter Hill.     The turbine will use the pipeline water flow and excess pressure at the water treatment plant to generate up to 580,000 kilowatt-hours of renewableelectricity annually – more than enough to power the AWA water treatment plant and adjacent offices and maintenance facility.    “California…
The Amador County Fair, in keeping with the water usage reduction programs for the State of California is implementing a no-wash policy in the livestock and horse show areas this year. While exhibitors will not be able to hose off their animals for shows and judging, they will be able to use one-gallon spray bottles of water.     Troy Bowers, CEO, emphasizes “The health and well-being of both the livestock, the exhibitors and the…
JACKSON, CA- After a successful 2nd Annual Chaw’se Day in late May of this year, the Amador County Park Restoration crews have resumed their efforts to complete the Chaw’se Indian Grinding Rock State Historic Park renovation project.   The main focus has shifted to rebuilding the Roundhouse before Big Time in September. Traditionally, the Roundhouse is a place of worship, celebration, dancing, and healing. With resources collected over the winter months, crews are equipped with…
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