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Donna Kelley, CNC
1 week ago
Ramòn seed/nut.

Herbal Coffee

Amador Holistic Center’s 5th annual ‘Healing Arts Fair’ was held in Amador City this past Saturday. It was a fun and relaxing day for many local and distance visitors enjoying their favorite healing modality while listening to the soothing music by Greg Cain. I thank those that stopped by my booth and said, “hello.” It was truly nice meeting and talking with each and everyone of you.

At my booth, I handed out free samples of Teeccino ‘Herbal Coffee’ Dandelion Dark Roast....

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Via Press Release
6 days ago

The California Department of Fish and Wildlife is reminding hunters that the deadline to apply for the 2015 Big Game Drawing is June 2, 2015. Applicants must complete the sales transaction before midnight on June 2, 2015. Applications for elk, antelope, bighorn sheep, premium deer tags and fundraising drawing tags may be submitted at any CDFW license agent, CDFW license sales office, by telephone sales or online.

The following resources are available to assist hunters in applying for the big game drawing:

Proposed seasons, tag...

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Jack Mitchell
6 days ago
Lisa Cramer watches along with Jeff Cramer as Autumn Cramer signs her letter of intent to attend and play basketball at Southern Virginia University. Amador Ledger Dispatch photo by Aaron Johnson
On May 5, 2015, Argonaut High Schools, Autumn Cramer signed her letter of intent to attend and play women’s basketball at the Southern Virginia University starting this fall. Autumn is excited to play for Coach Heather Roberts and the Knights program. She is extremely thankful to all her family, friends, and teammates over the years that have helped her on and off the court. She wants to thank her coaches Mel White, Rick Cabri, Mike Cabri, Mike Roots, Mark Giannini, Mike Tortorich, and Que Ngo. In addition she wants to thank... [Read more]
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Via Press Release
6 days ago

We are proud to announce, for the first time in Amador County Little League East history, we have been awarded the honor of hosting the2015 Little League Baseball District 15 All-Star Tournament.

This tournament will be held at Mollie Joyce Park in Pioneer, June 27 thru July 12. This is a two week tournament that includes participation by all the leagues within District 15.

All-Star players, along with their dedicated families, will be traveling to Amador County. We are asking local well-respected establishments to join us in...

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Via Press Release
6 days ago
This Saturday Night, it’s round 4 of the AMA / District 36 dirt track series 1/4 mile short track at the Lodi Cycle Bowl. It’s the tune up race for the following Friday Night’s big Night Before the Mile event. This Saturday should bring out some big talent to test for the big race and Lodi is putting up a $1500 Pro race. There will be all classes running a normal program too. Gates open at 2pm, Practice at 3:30 p.m. and racing at 5:30 p.m. Track is located at 5801 E. Morse Road just south of Lodi off the Hwy 99 East Frontage Road.... [Read more]
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Mike Meserole
6 days ago

The Argonaut Mustang varsity softball team fell one game short of the CIF Div. VI championship game as they fell to a tough Wildcat team from Waterford last Wednesday by a score of 12-2.

The Wildcats jumped all over the Lady Mustangs early by scoring eleven runs in the first two innings at Arnaiz Field in Stockton. Argonaut could never recover and the Wildcats won going away.

Senior Haley Stahl led the Argonaut offense with two hits, while Sophomore McKenna Cabri ended a very good year with one hit and one RBI. Senior Chelsea...

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Kathleen Lynch
6 days ago
Jace Jarrett is awarded his 25 straight patch and handshake from coach Rick Lynch at practice on Tuesday. Photo courtesy to the Amador Ledger Dispatch
t was a good day for breaking clays for A&A Shooter’s first year athletes at the California Youth Shooting Sports Association competition held at Stockton Trap and Skeet on Saturday. Jace Jarrett improved his score from previous competitions by 10 targets and calmly walked off the field after his last round with a perfect score of 25 to earn his first 25 straight patch. Jarrett finished in 10th place in the Entry Level category with his score of 84 out of 100. A&A’s Shane Mason completed the day’s competition in 6th place with an... [Read more]
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Via Press Release
6 days ago

Registration for swim lessons is now in progress for the Jackson City Pool. Schedules and registration forms are available at the Jackson City Hall, the Jackson Library and online at the city of Jackson website.

Registration can be mailed to the city of Jackson, 33 Broadway, Jackson, until Friday, May 29.

Registration at the Jackson Pool will be held Thursday, June 4, from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Catfish Derby Set For June 6

San Joaquin County Parks and Recreation and the Delta Fly Fishers will host the 31st annual Catfish...

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Mark Kautz
6 days ago

eople used to play a game called six degrees of separation. I don’t know, maybe they still do. According to Wikipedia, six degrees of separation is the theory that everyone and everything is six or fewer steps away, by way of introduction, from any other person in the world, so that a chain of “a friend of a friend” statements can be made to connect any two people in a maximum of six steps.

Being a fly fisherman, in part anyway, I’ve read many books about fly fishing and was even inspired to write my own book, after reading Seth...

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Donna Kelley
6 days ago
The ramòn seed/nut. Photo courtesy to the ALD

mador Holistic Center’s 5th annual ‘Healing Arts Fair’ was held in Amador City this past Saturday. It was a fun and relaxing day for many local and distance visitors enjoying their favorite healing modality while listening to the soothing music by Greg Cain. I thank those that stopped by my booth and said, “hello.” It was truly nice meeting and talking with each and everyone of you.

At my booth, I handed out free samples of Teeccino ‘Herbal Coffee’ Dandelion Dark Roast. This is an exquisite coffee replacement if you are trying to...

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6 days ago
The Varsity Amador Buffaloes Soccer Team celebrates their impressive victory over the Ripon Indians to be crowned the Sac-Joaquin Section Division 5 champions. Photo courtesy to the ALD

The Ripon Indians arrived at the Sac-Joaquin Section Division V girls soccer championship game last Saturday having lost only one game the entire season. With 18 wins and one tie to round out their record coming in to the game, they were the No. 1 seed in the tournament. They also boasted slightly higher rankings than their final opponent on the national, state and section levels. By all accounts, Ripon was probably, you know, sort of favored to win this game.

But Ripon’s opponents in that game — your very own Amador Buffaloes —...

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Mark Kautz
2 weeks ago

I’m baaaack. I thought this move was going to be the death of me, but I survived. I’m now settled here in beautiful downtown Jackson and ready to get the show on the road.

General Trout Season is now if full swing and hitting the Middle Fork of the Cosumnes for a little fly fishing seemed to be the right thing for my first outing.

My friend Yuki has wanted to get more into fly fishing even though we’ve dabbled a bit out at the Trout Pond and North Shore of Lake Camanche, fishing with dry flies on a creek can be a lot more...

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Donna Kelley
2 weeks ago

Eating real, organic whole food on a daily basis will help to lessen the burden on the liver. Meaning that the liver has to work harder to breakdown and rid the body of any food additives — so your liver will love you for eating organic whole food that has not been sprayed with poisons or adulterated with preservatives and artificial additives — mainly toxins.

The following recipe receives my stamp of approval and I absolutely love the avocado and fresh fruit salsa on the salmon. I only recommend wild Alaskan (Pacific) salmon and...

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Via Press Release
2 weeks ago

San Joaquin County Parks and Recreation and the Delta Fly Fishers will host the 31st annual Catfish Derby on Saturday, June 6, beginning at 6:15 a.m. at Oak Grove Regional Park in Stockton. Over 2,500 lbs. of catfish will be planted prior to the derby, which is open to everyone. Prizes will be awarded in youth and adult categories.

Kids age 15 years and younger fish for catfish free at Oak Grove’s 10-acre lake during the event. There is no registration fee, however, a $5 fishing permit fee and valid California fishing license are...

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Via Press Release
2 weeks ago

Registration for swim lessons is now in progress for the Jackson City Pool. Schedules and registration forms are available at the Jackson City Hall, the Jackson Library and online at the city of Jackson website.

Registration can be mailed to the city of Jackson, 33 Broadway, Jackson, until Friday, May 29.

Registration at the Jackson Pool will be held Thursday, June 4, from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

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John Williamson
2 weeks ago
Amador FC, the Spring 2015 ACRA Adult Co-ed Soccer League champions. Photo courtesy to the Amador Ledger Dispatch
It was Championship Week in ACRA’s Adult Co-ed Soccer League last Saturday. After seven great weeks of play it all came down to two teams for the Championship. The Flores Team has a good amount of veteran players for this league. Many of them have been around since the first league two years ago. The other team, Amador FC, is brand new to this league but definitely not new to competitive soccer. They are a group mainly made up from a winter league travel team that took first place in that league. They are younger, with most of the... [Read more]
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Mike Meserole
2 weeks ago

The Argonaut girls varsity softball team advanced to the second round of the CIF Division VI after defeating a pesky Bulldog team from Le Grande 6-3 at Arnaiz Field in Stockton on Tuesday.

Chelsea Conrad got the win for the Lady Mustangs after pitching six and two-thirds innings with twelve strikeouts. Argonaut jumped out to an early first inning lead 1-0. In the second, the Lady Mustangs would tack on four more runs to make it 4-0. That score would hold until the fourth inning, until LeGrande scored three runs to make it 4-3. ...

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Mike Meserole
2 weeks ago

The Argonaut Mustang and Amador Buffalo varsity baseball teams got together at Amador High School to play the final game of the season last Wednesday. Since neither team is playoff bound this year the last game was for bragging rights until next season.

On this day, it was the Mustangs who were victorious by a score of 5-0. Dylan Speer pitched a complete game by going seven innings and striking out six batters. Haydon Grandon went the distance for Amador striking out two batters in the loss. Both pitchers threw extremely well as...

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Via Press Release
2 weeks ago
Have fun and support youth and community service projects by participating in the Rotary Golf Tournament on Saturday June 13, at 8 a.m. Check in at Mace Meadow Golf Course with coffee and doughnuts before the shotgun start at 9 a.m. Entry fee is $75 per person and includes cart, tee prizes and dinner. Hole sponsors are still needed and applications can be found in the Pro Shop or by contacting Jim Raymond at (209) 295-1779 or Jim Graves at (209) 295- 4045. [Read more]
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Craig Baracco
2 weeks ago

Argonaut Softball dominated the Big Game on May 6, at Amador, defeating their cross-County rivals by a final score of 13-0. Leading the offense for Argonaut was Sophomore Sydney Julian, who was 2 for 4 from the plate with a double and a triple, stole two bases, scored three runs and drove in another. Junior Kyle Welch had two hits in three at bats with two RBI’s and a run scored, and Senior Haley Stahl recorded two hits in two at bats, a walk, and a run batted in.

Senior Chelsea Conrad pitched five scoreless inning for the Lady...

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