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Twain Harte, CA — Tuolumne County

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Low Snow Advisory

Sonora -- A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for the Motherlode from 10 PM tonight through 10 AM Friday.

Accumulations of one to three inches of snow is likely as low at 2500 feet. Three to six inches of snow should be expected at 3000 feet.

Business Acquisition Made

Mother Lode Internet (MLI) has consummated a major acquisition.

According to MLI President Ben Hulet his company has purchased Hub3 Networks, a local internet and network service provider in Tuolumne County.

Health Scandal - Monsanto's GMO Perversion of Food

In the 2010 growing season Monsanto plans to unleash its latest Frankenfood experiment on the American and Canadian public, a new version of genetically mutated corn with eight abnormal gene traits called Genuity SmartStax corn.

It is the culmination of an astonishing scandal that has been steadily building over the past decade. During this time Monsanto's mutated seeds have grown to 90% of the U.S. soy crop and 85% of the corn crop - and wheat is next on their agenda. Their efforts have been marked by corporate bullying and have drawn the attention of the Justice Department who is conducting an antitrust investigation.

Faster Internet Rapidly Approaching

Ben Hulet, CEO and owner of both Motherode Internet and Goldrush Internet has great news for local residents.

Over the past year, Hulet applied for a Government Grant and was awarded $2.8 million from the State of California, to expand the wireless network. Hulet is now slated to be awarded another $3 million Grant to help further expand that network over a five county area.

The Whole Foods Alternative to ObamaCare

Co-founder and CEO of Whole Foods John Mackey writes in the Wall Street Journal that the last thing the US needs is a massive new health-care entitlement that will create hundreds of billions of dollars of new unfunded deficits.

Instead, we should be trying to achieve reforms by moving in the opposite direction - toward less government control and more individual empowerment. Here are eight reforms that would greatly lower the cost of health care for everyone:

Are federal gun laws Constitutional?

If "We the People" are the creators of the government, and the government is authorized arms, then in order for the people to maintain their position, in relation to the government, they to must be armed.

If the servant government (servant of the people) has arms, and the people do not, then the roles are reversed for the people can not resist a government that has become tyrannical. This same logic applies to self defense. If the law abiding citizen does not have the means to resist a lawless adversary, then the will of the adversary becomes the law.

Winter Adventure Programs Offered at Pinecrest

The Forest Service today announced that, the Summit Ranger District and the Pinecrest Nordic Ski Patrol will offer two programs in the snow during January and February.

The programs are geared toward families and individuals interested in having fun or getting exercise in the snow while learning about winter safety. Each Winter Adventure will last approximately two hours and will not require skis or snowshoes in order to participate. These programs are free of charge...

Is Valley Springs Safe?

Valley Springs, CA - More random shootings have been reported in the Valley Springs area.

The Calaveras County Sheriff's Department has now received 13 reports of random shots fired since December 22nd.

New Laws Will Affect Motorists

Sacramento, CA - New laws will go into effect in 2010 that will affect California motorists.

AB 91 requires that first time D.U.I. offenders have a breathalyzer installed in their vehicle for five months. If alcohol is detected when blowing, the car will not start.

Random Shootings Continue In Valley Springs Area

San Andreas, CA -- Still another chapter was written Wednesday morning in the continuing saga of those random shootings in the Valley Springs area of Calaveras County.

The A.T.F., the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco Firearms and Explosives, has announced a reward of up to $5,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for the shootings.

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