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Have A California Gold Rush Christmas

COLUMBIA – A trip back in time to Christmases of long ago is drawing revelers to Columbia State Historic Park. The Park is decorated for the Christmas season and will host a variety of events throughout the month of December. The Columbia City Hotel Restaurant will host the 30th Annual Victorian Feast from Dec. 14 through 16, beginning at 6 ...

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My Rural Fire Fee Petition Was Denied – Now What?

CALIFORNIA -The Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association (HJTA) is reassuring those who have received notification that their Petition for Redetminiation has been denied, in regards to Assembly Bill 29, which has come to be known as the Rural Fire Fee. “Our lawsuit anticipates that everyone’s petition will be denied,” says the HJTA in an email to subscribers, sent out on Nov. ...

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The Color Of Veterans Day

“The War To End All Wars” officially ended on June 28, 1919, with the signing of the Treaty of Versailles. But the armistice that ended the fighting in World War I, then known as The Great War, went into effect on the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month of 1918. President Woodrow Wilson proclaimed November 11, ...

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Links To Election Results

Here are the links to the results of the General Election, November 6, 2012 – -California State Election Results – http://vote.sos.ca.gov/ -Madera County Election Results – http://www.madera-county.com/special_functions/elections/nov2012/resultsc25.htm (wait for the scroll) -Mariposa County Election Results – http://www.mariposacounty.org/DocumentCenter/View/19098 -National Results – http://www.politico.com/2012-election/map/#/President/2012/

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Strutting Wild Game Birds Walk Nature's Runway

CALIFORNIA – With shorter days and a chilly nip in the air, we know fall has arrived and winter is not too far off. As the season changes, so do the habits of wildlife. Bears stock up on calories for winter hibernation, birds migrate to warmer climates and wild turkeys seem to come out in droves.

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How You Can Help Victims Of Hurricane Sandy

We may be far removed from the devastation of the massive storm along the eastern seaboard, but there are ways you can help. We want to provide residents of our mountain communities with information about things you can do to offer some assistance to those whose lives have been devasted by this storm. These are just some of the organizations ...

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So Your Teenager Wants A Driver's License?

Learning to drive is a challenge, one that begins before teens ever put foot to pedal. The process of getting a license to operate a motor vehicle may be confusing, and requires navigating a series of steps in the proper order. Ray Delgatto is an expert on the subject of teen driving. He and wife Tami own All American Mountain ...

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Make A Family Plan – Have 2 Ways Out!

Written by Karen Guillemin National Fire Prevention Week is the perfect time to plan your escape It’s 3 a.m. You and your family are sound asleep and awake to the beeping smoke alarm. You are tired and confused from the effects of the smoke. You know you need to get to safety, but when you head for the front door, ...

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Breaking News – HJTA Files Class Action Lawsuit Against Fire Tax

October 4, 2012 Class Action could qualify 825,000 property owners for a Fire Tax refund SACRAMENTO – Today the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association filed a class action lawsuit to provide relief to nearly one million California property owners who received bills from the State for a new “fire prevention fee” which the lawsuit claims is illegal.

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Big Rig Crashes Through Crossing Gate – Dozens Injured

HANFORD – Nearly 50 people were injured on Monday, Oct. 1, near Hanford when a tractor-trailer rig failed to stop at a railroad crossing and struck a south-bound Amtrak train, derailing two passenger cars and a locomotive. Amtrak’s San Joaquin, consisting of four passenger cars and a locomotive, had just left the Hanford Amtrak station, headed for Bakersfield on the ...

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