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Fatal Accident Delays Morning Commute

MADERA COUNTY–Shortly after 8:00am this morning, Thursday, September 15, 2022, a major motor vehicle accident occurred on Highway 41 near Avenue 15. All lanes of the highway were closed for several hours, wreaking havoc on the morning commute. At approximately 8:16am, California Highway Patrol (CHP) Officers from the Madera Division, were dispatched to a motor vehicle accident involving multiple vehicles ...

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Vegetation Fire at Powerhouse Rd and Kerckhoff Lake

7:29 pm Update: The fire is listed at 115 acres with 20% containment according to Incident Commander. Some aircraft are being released for the night. 4 helicopters and plus one air attack requested for tomorrow. There is hose lay around the right flank and head of fire, still working on the left flank. Continuing with evacuation warnings until at least 10 ...

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Sierra Art Trails 2022 Preview Exhibit Coming (Very) Soon!

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Hello Sierra Art Trails 2022 artists, supporters, and friends! The preview exhibit at Stellar Gallery opens to the public tomorrow, Saturday, September 3rd. See map below. The Gala reception is Saturday (September 10th) from 5 to 8 p.m. This is a BIG EVENT with live music, good food, great people, and our annual presentation of awards. It is always a ...

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Solar Negotiators Mountain Resiliency Program

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MOUNTAIN COMMUNITIES — In recent months some of you may have begun to notice increased involvement in our local area by a business that is, in reality, already far more embedded in our local community than it might appear to be at first glance. That company is Solar Negotiators DBA Solar Maintenance Pros, and owner/C.E.O, Chris Moran, and President Leroy ...

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Excessive Heat Expected All Week

MOUNTAIN COMMUNITIES–The National Weather Service (NWS) Forecast Office in Hanford, CA  is reporting that excessive heat is expected through the San Joaquin Valley and Lower Sierra foothills throughout the week of 8.29.2022 and the Labor Day Holiday weekend. An Excessive Heat Watch is in effect for the San Joaquin Valley, Kern County desert, Lower Sierra foothills, Yosemite Valley, Kern River ...

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Yosemite Fires Red And Rodgers Updates

YOSEMITE–The Rodgers Fire and The Red Fire are naturally caused lightning fires in the wilderness of Yosemite National Park with no threat to structures or critical infrastructure. The burn pattern on both fires can be described as mosaic, meaning patches of fire spread across the landscape. The fire is cleaning up dead and downed fuels on the ground to make ...

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2022 Native American Youth Conference Coming in November

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FRESNO STATE — The 2022 Native American Youth Conference is coming to Fresno State on Saturday, November 5, 2022. The conference will be held at Fresno State’s Satellite Student Union. See map below. All Native American students in 6th through 12th grade are invited to attend. For more information, please contact Native American Initiative Outreach Counselor Amber Esquivel at esquivelamber@csufresno.edu. ...

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PG&E Surveying Power Lines by Helicopter

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PG&E Surveying Power Lines by Helicopter in Fresno and Mariposa Counties  FRESNO — Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) is surveying distribution power lines in the Auberry area starting this week, using helicopters equipped with Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) technology. Later this week through next week, patrols will fly over circuits in and around Auberry. Similar flights will begin ...

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Fresno’s First Recreational Cannabis Dispensary

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FRESNO — Located in North Fresno on the west corner of Palm and Nees in the Park Place Shopping Center, local consumers can now find a new business venture proudly unique for residents of the city of Fresno. The first county-approved recreational cannabis dispensary. Known as The Artist Tree, the dispensary focuses on a curated experience for every guest, assigning ...

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Excessive Heat Watch All Week

HANFORD—The National Weather Service Hanford has issued an Excessive Heat Watch in effect for Tuesday, 8.16.2022, through Friday, 8.20.22. Dangerously hot conditions with high temperatures from 104 to 109 degrees are expected. It all starts with a warming trend for Sunday and Monday. WHERE San Joaquin Valley Coastal Range Lower Sierra Nevada Foothills Kern River Valley WHEN From late Tuesday ...

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