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Fresno State Sweet Corn Returns to Gibson Farm Market

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The Rue and Gwen Gibson Farm Market (5368 N. Chestnut Ave.) will welcome back sweet corn lovers with their first chance this year to purchase the tasty treat at 8 a.m., Monday, May 31. Two outside, mobile purchase stations on the north side of the store will accommodate opening day shoppers who want to purchase pre-bagged corn in quantities of ...

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Double Your Donations, Double Your Funds With the EMCSPCA!

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A Message From the EMCSPCA: We have some really exciting news! No, your eyes have not deceived you…there is activity at the shelter site. After a lengthy delay, we have secured a construction loan to complete the shelter. Contractors are jumping back in and work is being done. We are thrilled to see progress at the construction site again. Equally ...

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PG&E Advances Regionalization Plan

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PG&E Advances Regionalization Plan to Deliver Better Operational and Safety Outcomes with Appointment of Regional Vice Presidents; Strengthens Security with Hiring New Chief Information Security Officer  SAN FRANCISCO — As part of its commitment to enhance focus on safety, security, and operational performance, PG&E today announced the appointment of five Regional Vice Presidents and the appointment of Jerry L. Davis ...

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Traffic Advisory For State Routes 49 and 140

One-Way Traffic Control, Delays Expected On State Routes 49 and 140 MARIPOSA COUNTY,CA.  – The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) will conduct one-way traffic control next week on State Routes 49 and 140. State Route 49 • Crews will perform grinding operations from the Madera/Mariposa County line to Varain Road from 6:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. beginning Wednesday, June 2 ...

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Get Out There! Events HAPPENING This Weekend

By Judi Hussain What a difference a year makes. Last Memorial Weekend we were still reeling to our new circumstances. What had always been the biggest weekend of our year suddenly became either non-existent or virtual. Businesses were mostly shuttered, and outdoor events evaporated. Thanks to constantly lowering COVID numbers and increasing vaccinations, the Weekend (with a capital W) is ...

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Yosemite Valley Prescribed Burn Complete

Yosemite National Park fire crews have completed ignitions on the prescribed burn in Yosemite Valley. This project focused on seven units east of El Capitan Crossover toward Leidig Meadow. Ignitions began on Monday May 24, 2021 and a total of 182 acres were treated. On Wednesday May 26, 2021 conditions changed and were no longer favorable for burning operations to continue. Original Story: Yosemite Valley Prescribed ...

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Live Oak Fire Update

MARIPOSA – LIVE OAK FIRE UPDATE 4pm– The Mariposa County Sheriff’s Office and CAL FIRE have lifted all fire advisories for the Live Oak Fire in Mariposa County. The cause of the fire is still under investigation. There is not an update for acreage. Yaqui Gulch Rd will remain closed from Hwy 140 to Guadalupe Creek Rd. To view current ...

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Memorial Day Weekend CHP Saturation Enforcement

“Drive and Stay Alive Central Valley” Memorial Day Weekend Saturation Enforcement State Route 41 and State Route 46 The mission of the California Highway Patrol (CHP) is to provide the highest level of Safety, Service and Security. We achieve success in saving lives as a Department, through education, enforcement, engineering and through the support and compliance of the motoring public. ...

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CAL FIRE Suspends Residential Burn Permits

CAL FIRE Suspends Residential Hazard Reduction Burn Permits in Madera, Mariposa and Merced Counties and Increases Fire Engine Staffing to “Peak” staffing levels Mariposa – The increasing fire danger posed by dead grass along with hotter and drier conditions in the region is prompting CAL FIRE Madera, Mariposa, Merced Unit (MMU) to suspend all burn permits for residential hazard reduction ...

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