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Storm Watch– Schools, Road Conditions, Power Outages

MOUNTAIN COMMUNITIES–From rain to hail to snow, thunderstorms, and wind, our communities have been dealing with the first major winter storm of the season which began on Sunday. The National Weather Service Hanford Office has predicted that Tuesday night into Wednesday morning will be the worst of the storm with snow levels dropping and more thunderstorms possible. Check below for ...

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Oak Fire And PG&E’s Recycled Dirt Program

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MARIPOSA—Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) is currently in the process of implementing The Recycled Dirt Program in the Oak Fire burn scar. The program is a new PG&E community service that provides non-hazardous excavation dirt to recipients located nearby our service centers. The soil comes from the excavation of our construction projects. PG&E is committed to reducing energy, water and ...

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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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Bass Lake Water Level to be Below Normal This Summer

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BASS LAKE — Bass Lake water levels are projected to be lower than normal this summer — yet higher than last year — due to the critically dry year. PG&E is managing water at Bass Lake to balance the needs of recreation, the environment, power generation and downstream water users. PG&E recognizes the importance of higher lake levels during the recreation ...

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Glacier High School Charter Wins Academic Decathlon

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MADERA COUNTY — In a battle of wits, Glacier High School Charter triumphed over their rivals, making them the champions of the 40th Madera County Academic Decathlon. Glacier earned a score of 28,824.9 and will advance to the California Academic Decathlon and compete against the best teams in the state in mid-March. Seven schools competed on Feb. 5 in this ...

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