I would never assume that a company dedicated to audits and taxes would push for better work-life balance for its employees. It seems like a business that deals with hard numbers wouldn't have the time or inclination to consider something that "soft."
December 28, 2015|
The Tuolumne County Visitors Bureau worked with National Geographic's Digital Nomad, Robert Reid, on a feature of Yosemite Gold Country this autumn using Yosemite National Park's milestone anniversary as a news peg. Robert Reid, an award-winning travel writer who is a member of National Geographic Travel's Editorial Council as well as a contributing Digital Nomad columnist, spent eight days crisscrossing the county in late October to get a feel of the size, scope and one-of-a-kind destinations and scenery available. Courtney Aviation provided an aerial introduction of the county.
Delicato Vineyards is hosting its 28th annual Fine Arts Show from Wednesday, Jan. 13 through Saturday, Feb. 6, 2016. The public is encouraged to visit the judged art that will be on display beginning Jan. 13 throughout the Tasting Room. All art in this show will be available for sale on a first come first sale basis.
Columbia College has been awarded a two-year $960,000 grant to develop a new hospitality apprenticeship training program in partnership with two major local employers – Black Oak Casino Resort in Tuolumne and Evergreen Lodge and Rush Creek Lodge near Groveland.
A drive through the small community of Ripon in search of Christmas lights can take as long as two hours for a thorough appreciation of what the town has to offer from the south at Doak Boulevard to the northwest and the northeast that encompasses Spring Creek Country Club homes.
December 23, 2015|
By GLENN KAHL
209 Staff Reporter