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Organic waste law highlights urban-rural divide

County residents could be facing higher garbage fees next year, the result of another state regulation that has some local officials calling for pushback against lawmakers in Sacramento. The regulations center around organic waste – stuff like potato peels, garden trimmings and paper products – which residents and businesses will soon have to…

County leaders recognize Valley Crisis Center, 4H programs

It was a celebration of weeks and months at the Merced County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday as several local groups were recognized for their hard work on a variety of issues from youth development to domestic violence. Domestic Violence The County recognized the efforts of local groups working on domestic violence by…

Council candidates speak out at forum

The final stretch of Election 2022 is upon us, and local candidates are ramping up their public appearances in the attempt to garner the most possible votes in their respective races. On Tuesday night at City Hall, candidates for seats on the Merced City Council gathered to express their views during an election forum organized by…

Portugal president meets county leaders

Portugal’s President Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa and his entourage swept through this valley region last weekend, visiting leaders, supporters and Portuguese American residents in the Atwater-Livingston area and the city of Gustine. At the homestead of Manuel Vierra of AV Thomas Produce, President Rebelo de Sousa met with members of…

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