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Fresno Art Museum: Visit Us Remotely

FRESNO – Can you recognize this scene? In this oversized chalk drawing, Richard Amend has sketched a busy gallery in the Louvre in Paris, France. It illustrates a contemporary woman standing in front of the painting, The Coronation of Napoleon (1807) by Jacques-Louis David. Richard Amend has range and accomplishments within multiple genres of art and design. He has exhibited ...

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Madera County Department of Public Health Creates Webpage to aid Madera County Businesses

MADERA – Madera County Department of Public Health (MCDPH) has developed a webpage specific to Madera County businesses with updates related to COVID-19. In an effort to aid businesses in Madera County the MCDHP  newest resource, covid 19 business, has many business planning tools, including a business checklist poster and links to other useful resources. The California Department of Public Health ...

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County of Madera Small Business Pandemic Assistance Grant

MADERA – The County of Madera Board of Supervisors approved a Small Business Pandemic Assistance Grant program to help support small businesses located in Madera County, including the City of Madera and the City of Chowchilla. “This program affirms the Board’s commitment to use available resources to help ensure businesses in the County see a path to recovery from this ...

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Scams on the Rise During COVID-19 Pandemic Warns BBB

OAKHURST – According to the Better Business Bureau (BBB), one of the most common scams in the US and Canada today involves callers pretending to be government officials, some callers have gone to the extent of claiming that they are representatives from the Social Security Administration or law enforcement officers who threaten individuals with legal consequences if they do not ...

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PG&E Hosting Regional Webinar on Community Wildfire Safety Program

Image of a forest fire.

MADERA — Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) is hosting a webinar for customers in Fresno, Kern, Madera, and Tulare counties in order to share information regarding its plans for preventing wildfires as well as reducing the impact of Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) events on the community. Topics covered during the webinar will include improvements that PG&E is implementing ...

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Madera County Covid Update

MADERA – Madera County Department of Public Health (MCDPH) is reporting a total of 2075 positive test results as of August 2, 2020. According to the MCDPH COVID-19 Dashboard, there are 931 active cases, with 34 Madera County residents hospitalized in Madera County hospitals. Of the 2075 positive test results 1,112 have recovered. 372 were contracted through person to person ...

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Sunday | Vehicle Fire on Highway 41 Spreads to Vegetation

Oneal’s – Sunday at 11:10 a.m. a vegetation fire started on SR 41 near Rd. 200. The cause of the fire was a vehicle into the vegetation that was contained to 2.88 acres, thanks to the quick work of CALFIRE and Madera County Fire. On hand battling the fire were one air tactical airplane, two air tankers, one helicopter, six ...

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Kaiser Permanente Fresno Supports Program to Strengthen Diverse Small Businesses

FRESNO – Kaiser Permanente Fresno is partnering with a national organization, the Initiative for a Competitive Inner City to support small businesses with a goal of increasing high quality jobs in under-served communities in Fresno County and surrounding communities to help improve overall community health. Kaiser Permanente sponsors the organization’s Inner City Capital Connections program, which offers local businesses a ...

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Mariposa County Covid Update

MARIPOSA COUNTY – The Mariposa County Health and Human Services Agency dashboard is showing that a total of 3649 county residents have been tested as of July 31 at 7:35 a.m. Of the residents tested there have been only 53 positive cases, with 44 people having recovered, leaving only seven active cases. There are currently no hospitalizations and the morbidity ...

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