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Office of the State Fire Marshal Announcement

We are pleased to announce the appointment of Chief Andrew Henning as the Assistant Deputy Director over Fire & Life Safety, State Fire Training, and Code Development & Analysis. Andrew’s appointment was effective on May 3, 2021. Andrew began his career with CAL FIRE in 2013, working as a Deputy State Fire Marshal in the Office of the State Fire ...

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COVID-19 Vaccine Locations

Yosemite Drug of Coarsegold will be hosting multiple COVID-19 vaccine clinics around the Madera County Mountain Communities for kids and adults 12 or older. Starting today, Thursday May 19th, at Yosemite High School from 3 to 5pm. 50200 High School Rd. Oakhurst, CA. 93644 A parental consent form is required for those under 18. Follow this link for Parental Consent ...

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Training Burn In Mariposa County

CAL FIRE Madera- Mariposa -Merced Unit will be conducting a vegetation management training burn on Monday, May 24. The training burn will take place on the Grupe Ranch located on Oak Grove Road in Mariposa County. The training will consist of burning 78 acres of annual grass, oak woodland and sparse brush. The purpose of the burn is to train ...

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Innovation Lab and Valley Children’s Pediatric Innovation Showcase to Highlight Opportunities in Underserved Population

Innovation Lab announced today that they will host a virtual Startup Demo Day on May 20 to highlight opportunities in the underserved pediatric sector. The Pediatrics Innovation Startup Demo Day is co-hosted by Valley Children’s Healthcare https://www.valleychildrens.org and is sponsored by Medlinehttps://www.medline.com, the nation’s largest privately-held manufacturer and supplier of medical supplies. Register now Pediatrics Startup Demo Dayis free and ...

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YARTS Summer Service Underway

The summer season has officially started for the Yosemite Area Regional Transportation System (YARTS) The public transit system which runs coach service to Yosemite National Park commenced its summer schedule this week from both Merced and Mariposa along Highway 140 as well as from Sonora and Groveland along Highway 120. Last week, service on the Highway 41 corridor from Fresno ...

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Highway 41 Fuels Reduction Project

Coarsegold- The California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE), in cooperation with California Highway Patrol, CAL TRANS, Pacific Southwest Research Station / Fresno State University, Private Landowners, and San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District, aim to reduce large conflagrative fires and high suppression costs, to the citizens of California, by conducting a prescribed burn along the Highway ...

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Celebration of Life for Edward Earl Campbell, Sr.

Image of Edward Earl Campbell, Sr.

Beloved patriarch, accomplished businessman, cattle rancher and visionary, Edward Earl Campbell, Sr., passed away on April 1, 2021, in San Jose, Calif. Edward came into the world on July 19, 1940, as the fourth of seven children born to Effie Jewel Kennon of Yoakum, Texas, and Elisha Campbell, Sr., in San Antonio, Texas. There were three additional children born after ...

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Madera County Homeless Assessment

Madera County Department of Public Health (MCDPH) Releases Health Assessment Focused on the Madera County Homeless Population. MCDPH has published a homeless needs assessment. Key findings from the MCDPH Homeless Assessment: Access and Barriers to Care show that more than 4 in 5 homeless individuals have at least one ongoing health or mental health condition and 1 out of 5 ...

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Coffee And Conversation With DA Moreno

Join The Madera County DA, Sally Moreno For Coffee And Conversation at the Cool Bean Café NORTH FORK – Tomorrow, May 19th from 9 am to 11 am, Madera County DA Sally Moreno will be hosting coffee and conversation with your DA. DA Sally Moreno will be at the Cool Bean Café in Oakhurst to answer questions from the community. ...

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Traffic Pattern Changes For Yosemite Valley

Yosemite Valley Road Network Pilot, What is the 2021 Yosemite Valley Circulation Pilot and how long will it last? This pilot will test how well potential changes to roads and intersections relieve traffic congestion in Yosemite Valley. This pilot will be in place at least until August and includes: Converting the eastbound lane from Yosemite Falls parking (west of Yosemite ...

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