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      Music in the Park concert featuring Freight with Grover Anderson and Jimbo Scott, 6:30 to 8 p.m., Jenny Lind Memorial Park, Daphne and Pine streets, Valley Springs. Free.


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Wednesday, Aug. 15

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Saturday,  Aug. 11:   New Shooter Trap Clinic, 9 a.m. to noon Camanche Hills Hunting Preserve, 2951 Curran Road, Ione. Presented by Gold Country Shooters and Calaveras High School Sportsmans Club. No cost. Shotguns, targets and shells will be provided.

Gold Creek enters new phase of construction

Music in the Park concert next week in Valley Springs

Attorney opens office in Valley Springs

Summer reading program opens the world to youngsters