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Governor, Senate Democrats and Senate Republicans Join Together to ‘Keep California Working’

SACRAMENTO – Thanks to bipartisan efforts, struggling small businesses and non-profits received a much-needed boost today. Senate Republicans and Senate Democrats joined them in passing an early action budget measure that will provide more than $2 billion in immediate economic relief to job creators and non-profits that have been affected by the state’s confusing closing and re-opening guidelines. Members of ...

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Senator Borgeas Applauds Legislative Approval of Small Business Relief Funds in Emergency Budget

SACRAMENTO – Last week the momentum generated by Senate Bill 74 (Borgeas-Caballero), otherwise known as the Keep California Working Act, successfully pushed Governor Gavin Newsom and legislative leadership to include an additional $2.1 billion in economic relief for small businesses and nonprofits in an emergency budget measure, known as Senate Bill 87, which achieves the $2.6 billion goal of SB ...

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Bobby Macaulay to Explore Possible run for Madera County Supervisor District 5 Currently Held by Tom Wheeler

OAKHURST – Bobby Macaulay is excited to announce he has received approval from the State of California to explore a run for Madera County District Five County Supervisor, the seat currently held by Tom Wheeler.  He has put together a team of local leaders to advise and help him make that decision. Supervisor Wheeler has said this will be his ...

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Tesoro Viejo kicks off 2021 certified Farmer’s Markets Feb. 28

MADERA – Tesoro Viejo – Madera County’s newest, award-winning master-planned community – announces the second season of its certified Farmer’s Market which begins on Sunday, February 28 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.  The Farmer’s Markets will be held in Tesoro Viejo’s Town Center, located at 4150 Town Center Boulevard in Madera, east of Highway 41 just minutes north of ...

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Expert Tips for Welcoming a Kitten

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Fostering kittens and cats has risen in popularity during these unprecedented times, and many pet lovers are becoming fosters to help overcrowded animal shelters. Fostering a kitten can be a fun and exciting time, but it may also come with a learning curve. Among the 43% of respondents to a Royal Canin survey who have fostered a pet, 6 in ...

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FAM Offering A Zoom Class for Aspiring Artists!

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NEW ONE-WEEK SESSION March 15-19, 2021 from 3 to 4 p.m. March 1-5 class is fully booked so they scheduled a REPEAT PERFORMANCE beginning March 15! BEGINNING PORTRAITURE: EXPLORE THE HUMAN FACE Classes for ages 13 through adult If you took the Formal Elements class this is a great follow-up! One-hour sessions will begin at 3 p.m. each day, Monday to Friday. Each class ...

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In Memory of Bertram Wentzek July 1933-January 2021

Bertram Wentzek was born July 13, 1933 in Bremerhaven Germany. Bertram is survived by his wife and best friend, Hope; his son William; two daughters by marriage, Allison and Kate; his sisters Dagmar of North Carolina and Trauduer of Germany; as well as numerous friends whom he considered family. In 1958 Bertram traveled to New York city from Germany on ...

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Family-Friendly Foods Fit for Lent

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As families ponder Lenten recipes fit for the season with flavorful seafood as a filling protein, one important aspect to take into account is the kid-friendliness of the dish. Offer up a dinnertime delight the whole family can enjoy with shrimp-based options that provide familiar flavors in appetizing ways. For example, you can take your taste buds on an international ...

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