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- Letter to the Editor: PG&E fuses due for redesign
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- Mark Dommer
- Victoria Ehrhardt
- Argonaut Class of 2021 grad recognized as one of Sac-Joaquin Section’s top student-athletes
- Amador’s Homeless Crisis
- Erwin “Skip” Olson II
- County orders homeless encampment near Wicklow Way to be cleared and barricaded
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- Amador Sheriff's Logs: July 21 to July 27, 2021
- Dick Cooper
Boogie Souza of Sutter Creek Ca, was a lifelong cattle rancher, butcher and owner of Jack's Meat Market in Sutter Creek. Preceded in death by his father, Jack Louis Souza, son, Jack" JD" Donald Souza and sister, Patricia Sweagle. He is Survived by his beloved mother, Audrey Crain-Souza, wife Eileen Souza, brothers, David and Gary Souza, Richard Oliver (Judy), daughter, Kim Souza-Hartsell (Jim), granddaughter, Chelsea Bower, grandson, Matthew Hartsell, great grand-daughter, Layla Heagle, step children, Jason, Rebecca, and Maggie, and her children, Phillip, Errol, Stephen and Scarlett.
Paula Renee Frisby (née Warren) died peacefully in Manteca on Friday, June 4 at the age of 63. Paula is survived by her sons Travis (Nina) and Michael, both of Manteca, sister Sheila (Donnie, Manteca, CA), brothers Bill (Jackson, CA), Gary (Bunny, Panama City Beach, FL), Larry (Johanna, Lynnwood, WA), Steve (Connie, Napa, CA) and grandsons Michael James and Travis.
Mark Dommer, devoted son, brother, husband, father and friend, passed away at the age of 56. He was born in Placerville, CA to Ray and Laura Dommer. His family moved to Jackson in 1973. Growing up in Amador County he enjoyed Boy Scouts, Little League and playing trumpet in the Jackson marching band. He also enjoyed motocross, chess, fishing, traveling and collecting guns.