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Tuolumne County Board of Supervisors Meetings

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This live streaming video is provided courtesy of Tuolumne County and is proudly presented by Blue Mountain Minerals, a Mother Lode business and employment leader supporting our community connections.

The Tuolumne County Board of Supervisors Meetings will be available when the Supervisors meetings are in session. Meetings are usually scheduled the first and third Tuesday of each month beginning at 9am. This is a raw, unedited and unfiltered video. There will be scheduled breaks from time to time during the videocast.

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Something To Think About

Something to Think About…

Daily commentary by H. Randolph Holder, Clarke Broadcasting Corporation.

We can understand protecting college students from hate speech, racial discrimination and out of control fraternity parties, but now Harvard will no longer charge students 50 cents per day for overdue books because, quote, “We have witnessed firsthand the stress that overdue fines can cause students.” Maybe they could just avoid all that stress by being responsible and returning the books on time…”

By:H. Randolph Holder


Meetings and On-Air Programs

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Welcome to Mother Lode Views. This is a weekly, 30 minute program created by the KVML news room discussing 'hot topics' in the Mother Lode. We've got the people that are "in the know" discussing topics that affect all our lives here in the Mother Lode. So listen in and hear it from the horse's mouth! We've also created an archive for you so if you've missed the last couple of editions, just click on the links below.

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  • 05/19/17 Focus On Stanislaus National Forest

    This weekend’s Mother Lode Views featured Stanislaus National Forest acting Supervisor Scott Tangenberg and Forest Engineer Tim Hughes. They spoke about the extensive damage that has occurred to forest roads over the winter months and correlating concerns related to recreation, ongoing efforts to fight the bark beetle epidemic, and how the Rim Fire burn scar is looking nearly four years after the fire. more

  • 05/12/17 Calaveras County Fair Preview

    Mother Lode Views focused on the the state of local fairs, and planning for next week’s Calaveras County Fair and Jumping Frog Jubilee. Fair CEO Laurie Giannini was the guest. more

  • 05/05/17 Berryhill Talks State Issues

    Mother Lode Views featured District 8 Republican Senator Tom Berryhill. He spoke on issues like roads, healthcare, immigration, the economy, tree mortality and other pertinent topics. Berryhill’s District district covers much of the Sierra Nevada region, including all of Tuolumne and Calaveras counties. more

  • 04/28/17 Interim Sonora Police Chief Michael Harden

    Mother Lode Views featured interim Sonora Police Chief Michael Harden. The former City of Modesto Police Chief is tasked with leading the department following the retirement of Mark Stinson, and also evaluate the structure of the department. He talked about … more

  • 04/24/17 The Mother Lode Roundup Celebrates 60 Years

    Mother Lode Views runs down all the exciting events during this year’s Roundup. more

To listen to previous broadcasts, see the Mother Lode Views Archive.