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Recipes of the Week: Wings, Brownies, and Pizza Dips

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You can take your tailgate to the house with these baked dishes that help simplify homegating so you can focus on the big screen. From a salsa-based dip and chicken wings to kick off the party to sweet brownies for celebrating victory, each of these recipes call for less than an hour in the kitchen. Clock management is key to tackling ...

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CHP: Maximum Enforcement Period Begins Today for the Thanksgiving Holiday

SACRAMENTO  – The California Highway Patrol (CHP) wants to remind everyone to put safety ahead of turkey and trimmings this Thanksgiving. The CHP will be kicking off a Maximum Enforcement Period (MEP) beginning at 6:01 p.m. on Wednesday, November 24, and continuing through 11:59 p.m. on Sunday, November 28.  During the MEP, all available CHP officers will be on patrol, ...

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North Fork Scouts’ Christmas Tree Sale Begins December 4

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NORTH FORK – The North Fork Scout Fund’s annual Christmas Tree Sale will begin on Saturday, Dec. 4, at the North Fork Library parking lot. Fresh, locally grown red fir (silver tip) in a variety of sizes through at least 15 ft. will be available. Tree sales will begin at 9 a.m. on the 4th and continue daily until sold out. ...

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CAL FIRE – Keep an Eye on What’s Cooking this Thanksgiving

Mariposa – If harnessing your inner chef with creative culinary skills this Thanksgiving is at the top of your holiday to-do list, make sure you don’t leave your cooking area unattended so that cooking accidents can be avoided. According to FEMA’s National Data Center, cooking is the leading cause of all Thanksgiving Day fires and more than half (54%) of ...

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PG&E to Release High Water Flows on San Joaquin River

Auberry – Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) is planning to increase flows on a portion of the San Joaquin River starting Sunday, Nov. 28, by releasing more water from the Kerckhoff Dam in Fresno and Madera counties. Due to limited and difficult egress from the San Joaquin River Gorge, PG&E advises the public to avoid entering the water during ...

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Make Safety a Priority for Holiday Travel

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Nearly half of Americans (47%) plan to travel in the next six months, including 51% with plans to travel for Christmas, according to a recent survey. A majority (76%) plan to travel by car, but more than a third of travelers are as concerned about road safety as they are about contracting COVID-19.           Consider these ...

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Managing Grief and Depression During the Holiday Season

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The holidays, as well as birthdays and other celebrations, are often difficult for anyone who has experienced the death of a loved one. This is particularly true during the first year of adjusting to life without them. The holiday season may result in a renewed sense of grief. Especially if well-intentioned individuals are encouraging those who are grieving to participate ...

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Fresno State Leads Dairy Innovation Project With USDA Grant

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FRESNO STATE — Fresno State graduate student Daniel Olmos is channeling his love of science and food to integrate two of his favorite campus farm products into his graduate research project. Working with food science and nutrition faculty Dr. Carmen Licon Cano, the Fresno native Olmos is creating a new, wine-infused cheese product that he hopes to produce at the ...

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Recipe of the Week: Walnut Pumpkin Cream Cheese Tart

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One of the best parts of the holidays is the aromas and flavors of the season, from walnuts and cinnamon to peppermint and nutmeg. Sweet treats and mouthwatering desserts can bring family and friends around the table to celebrate the season together, one bite at a time. Need walnuts? Click here to order #1 top-rated Fisher Chef’s Naturals walnuts.  During ...

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One-Way Traffic Control Delays Expected on State Route 49

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MARIPOSA COUNTY – The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) will perform various operations on State Route 49 next week in Mariposa County. Work is scheduled to be performed as follows: Route 49 One-way traffic control from Mocassin Creek to Bear Valley Road for crack seal operations beginning Monday, November 22, through Wednesday, November 24, 2021, from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 ...

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