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Public Notice: Reduction of Clerk’s Office Hours, Madera County Superior Court

PURSUANT TO CALIFORNIA GOVERNMENT CODE SECTION 68106 AND THE CALIFORNIA RULES OF COURT, RULE 10.620 NOTICE OF REDUCTION OF CLERK’S OFFICE HOURS MADERA – Pursuant to the above-referenced Government Code Section and California Rule of Court, the Madera County Superior Court is providing a sixty (60) day notice in the required form and to the required entities that it plans ...

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Creek Fire Update: 36% Containment With More Than 3,000 Firefighters and Personnel

MADERA COUNTY – Sept. 25, 2020 –  Weather conditions are expected to change with a high-pressure system moving across the area starting Saturday. This will shift winds to the northeast which will produce a light to moderate down-sloping wind. Temperatures are also expected to climb this weekend and into next week with a return of day-time high temperatures in the ...

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Pediatric Team in Oakhurst Helping Young Patients Feel at Ease

OAKHURST – As parents and guardians in the Oakhurst community welcome and raise the youngest members of their families, they have available to them the expertise of the board-certified pediatric team at Adventist Health Medical Office – Oakhurst. Taking a collaborative approach, the pediatric team includes pediatrician Linne Curtis, MD, and pediatric nurse practitioner Carol Cramer, CPNP-PC, who represent more ...

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Creek Fire: 291,426 Acres Burned with 34% Containment

MADERA COUNTY – Sept. 24, 2020 – Current weather conditions will continue through the weekend when a high-pressure system is expected to move across the northern part of the West Coast. This will shift winds to the northeast that will create a light to moderate down-sloping wind. Temperatures are also expected to climb this weekend and into next week with ...

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Common Questions About the Creek Fire

FRESNO COUNTY – The agencies involved with the Creek Fire Incident would like to take a moment to address some common questions they have heard from the community members about the fire. This will hopefully reduce all of the involved agency’s emails and call volume as it is difficult for them to address everyone on an individual basis.  The information ...

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Indoor Operations for Nail Salons are Now Permitted With Modifications

Effective immediately, indoor operations for nail salons are permitted with modifications in California. For counties that are in the purple tier (widespread) such as Madera County: Nail services and physician-ordered electrolysis may now be performed indoors Tattooing, piercing, and non-medical electrolysis must close and cannot be performed outdoors All other personal services must be performed outdoors only with modification The updated guidance for expanded ...

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Military Strike Teams Put Into Action on the Creek Fire

MADERA COUNTY – Sept. 22. 2020 –  The Creek Fire has now burned more than 283,000 acres with 30% containment and full containment not expected until Oct. 31, 2020. The fire has destroyed 855 structures and damaged another 71. There are now more than 3,100 personnel working the Creek Fire. Weather conditions will remain the same as the past 2 ...

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PG&E Has Created The Safety Action Center

OAKHURST – When customers are allowed to return home, PG&E wants to ensure they stay safe so they have created the Safety Action Center (www.safetyactioncenter.pge.com) with information about what customers can do to keep their family, home and business safe during emergency situations. We continue to make repairs following damage from the Creek Fire. About 850 customers remain out due ...

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Madera County Sheriff’s Foundation Seeks Support

MADERA – The Madera County Sheriff’s Foundation is seeking support to help with the efforts of the MCSO team working the Creek Fire. With the difficult and exhaustive work our Sheriff’s department is doing to help all of our citizens and communities. Any and all help is appreciated. Please click on the link below to help with the efforts of ...

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