But as rancher Mark Cirelli, who runs cattle in San Benito County and often stops at the Panoche Inn for a beer with his Rottweiler mix Nitro, puts it: “We’d much rather be left alone, pretty much.” Being so remote certainly has its drawbacks. Ronneberg has to drive 13 miles to a roadside mailbox, and if a package is too big he has to drive 35 miles to Firebaugh. He’s looked into forming his own city around the resort, with a ZIP code and post office, for just that reason. That prospect is complicated and cumbersome enough — but forming three states, in just five months? … [Read more...] about Where do the “Three Californias” converge? A clothing-optional hot springs, of course.
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Her father’s employer has set up a GoFundMe account, which as of midnight Tuesday, had raised more than $6,980 to help the family with expenses, such as hotels, food, medical co-pays and time off work, which Longmire said he would never have imagined could add up so fast. … [Read more...] about Pittsburg mayor: Granddaughter still critical after accident
While it’s too early to determine turnout in the state, political observers were noting remarkably high early voting numbers within the competitive House districts, as well as a broader jump in engagement and volunteering on both sides. Several campaigns in the Central Valley and Southern California reported recruiting more than 1,000 volunteers flooding into their districts to knock on doors and get out their voters over the course of the campaign’s final weekend. … [Read more...] about Democrats projected to take the House of Representatives as California polls close
Sadle, Hunter Brandon Jan 19, 1966 - May 13, 2018 Hunter Brandon Sadle, formerly of Omaha, Nebraska, drowned while trying to save his wife's life on Sunday, May 13, 2018 at Wilber Dam in Elizabethton, Tennessee. Hunter was born at the Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, on January 19, 1966 to Jack and Amy (Brandon) Sadle. Hunter was the fourth of five children; after living in Rhode Island; Iowa; Newfoundland, Canada; and Colorado, he was primarily raised on the family's sheep ranch near Mitchell, Nebraska. He graduated from Mitchell High School in 1984. He later served as a police officer for 10 years in Columbus, NE, during which time he received the award of valor and was active in the area Jaycees. He then went on to earn a Juris Doctorate degree from Creighton University and was a businessman in the Omaha area. Hunter was a passionate man with varied interests including fishing, salsa dancing, motorcycles, cards, travel, and fun with family and friends. He was noted as a … [Read more...] about Sadle, Hunter Brandon