Contingency planning with community critical

I recently received an angry email from someone very concerned about the budget cuts the county is considering in response to the depressed economy and cuts coming from the state. She feels county services like recreation are critical to preventing future law enforcement problems and she asked the county to involve communities in coming up […]

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Re H1N1 (the Flu, formerly known as Swine)

From: Kathleen K Rustrum, Public Information Officer, Dr. S. Todd Stolp, Public Health Officer Update As of May 1, 2009, there are 141 confirmed cases of H1N1 Swine Influenza confirmed in the United States with one death. There have been no cases of H1N1 Swine Influenza in Tuolumne County. As of today [Friday], there had […]

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Tuolumne County Swine Flu Update

DATE: April 30, 2009 Time: 7:00 am From: Kathleen K Rustrum, Tuolumne County Public Information Officer S. Todd Stolp MD, Tuolumne County Health Officer As of April 30, 2009, there are over 100 cases of Swine Influenza confirmed in the United States with one death. There have been no cases of Swine Influenza in Tuolumne […]

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Despite troubles, reason to hope

Watching the news these days can be pretty depressing. The stock market is down, up, and down again.  Budget cuts, new laws, and programs are coming out of Washington, DC, and Sacramento faster than we can keep track – it’s enough to make us lose all hope. But  despite the grim outlook, we needn’t sit […]

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Thankfulness for vets, community spirit

Happy Thanksgiving! This Thursday and every day, I am thankful for you and for our veterans who gave more than we know for country and community. I was out of the state on Veterans Day, but hear that Supervisor Pland filled in quite ably and well for me. Second, I am thankful for folks who see […]

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