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Merced is located in central California in Merced County. It is situated in the San Joaquin Valley. The town is named after the Merced river which flows just outside town limits. In Spanish Merced means "favor." Merced was known as the "Gateway to Yosemite," as it is only two hours away from Yosemite National Park. The city was incorporated into California in 1889. Merced is home to the Castle Air Force Base, which has in recent years closed. Traditionally, the economy of the city has depended upon agribusiness and the presence of the Castle Air Force Base, so the closing of the base has significantly affected residents.

Population: 63893
Local Newspapers: Merced Sun-Star Merced County Times
Local Sports Teams: Sacramento Kings Sacramento Monarchs
Local Colleges: University of California-Merced

Zip Codes associated with merced, california: 95340 95348
Towns/Cities near merced, california : Atwater Planda Chowchilla Livingston Delhi Los Banos

Merced News
Getting stoned with the Weed Nuns

Aubrey Plaza, who played April Ludgate on the NBC sitcom Parks and Recreation , sat down with the Sisters of the Valley and got really baked. Sisters of the Valley is a small business that sells cannabidiol tinctures and salves on the craft e-commerce website Etsy.

Aubrey Plaza Got Stoned With Some Nuns

Aubrey Plaza participated in what has to be the strangest, most entertaining press tour this week to promote her new movie, The Little Hours , which centers around some very raunchy nuns, including one played by Alison Brie . In addition to hitting the late-night and morning shows, Plaza kicked back and burned a few down with two "weed nuns" from the group Sisters of the Valley , based out of Merced, California, according to The Cut .

Arthur Hudson Jr., Merced, Calif., charged with intent to deliver

A 39-year-old accused drug dealer from Merced, Calif., told a judge on Monday that he cannot read or write well and needs help to fill out an application for a court-appointed lawyer. Arthur Hudson Jr. is charged with possession of methamphetamine with intent to deliver, a Class A felony carrying a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison and $20,000 in fines.

Former Merced County priest ordered to stand trial in second child porn case

For the second time in a little more than a year Robert E. Gamel, the former head priest at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Los Banos, is facing a child pornography trial. Two probation officers and a Los Banos police detective testified Wednesday that paper copies of the same images possessed by the 65-year-old Gamel leading to his first conviction, were found during a probation search of his Merced home April 12, Deputy District Attorney Travis Colby said.

Cal Fire: Oakwood Fire near Oa Neals fully contained at 1,431 acres

A shot of the remaining smoke as forward progress of the Oakwood Fire was halted the evening of June 10. The fire was reported as fully contained at 9 p.m. Tuesday after burning 1,431 acres near O'Neals. The Oakwood Fire, which burned for around 80 hours near Highway 41 and Road 406 in O'Neals, scorched a total of 1,431 acres before Cal Fire reported it as fully contained 9 p.m. Tuesday night.

If youa re eligible for CSU, youa ll be guaranteed a slot under California budget deal

Yanitza Berrios, a fifth-year biology major at CSU Fullerton, explains why it is especially difficult for students in technical fields such as science and engineering to graduate on time. Yanitza Berrios, a fifth-year biology major at CSU Fullerton, explains why it is especially difficult for students in technical fields such as science and engineering to graduate on time.

Mayor Ed Grimes recognizes stabbing survivor, middle school athletes

Mayor Ed Grimes delivered commendations and gave Certificates of Recognition to Danielle Quiroga and six middle school students from Jacobsen Middle School at the City Council meeting June 5. Danielle Quiroga was given her Certificate of Recognition for overcoming personal tragedy and helping other victims to do the same. Quiroga survived a stabbing attack at University of California at Merced on Nov. 4, 2015 and also was honored in Washington, D.C., with the Eva Murillo Unsung Hero Award.

Man arrested in $456,000 theft from Lathrop-based recycling company

A 36-year-old Merced man accused of tax evasion and grand theft through falsification of the financial records of a Lathrop-based metal recycling company surrendered to authorities this week and was arraigned Wednesday afternoon. Carl Joseph Means turned himself in Tuesday, six days after the Lathrop Police and the San Joaquin County District Attorney issued a warrant for his arrest.

CHP investigators deny exploded tanker truck caught fire before entering Atwater

Video submitted by Jacquelyn Johnson shows the fire from a deadly crash when a tanker truck caught fire near Applegate Road and Highway 99 in Atwater. Video submitted by Jacquelyn Johnson shows the fire from a deadly crash when a tanker truck caught fire near Applegate Road and Highway 99 in Atwater.

CA: Key Step Gets Under Way for Bringing ACE Passenger Trains to Modesto and Merced

June 03--Commuter trains will consume fuel, make noise and have other effects when they start serving Modesto and Merced. But that's better than widening highways, according to a new report on the Altamont Corridor Express expansion.

UC Merced pricier than UCLA? The surprising cost to live on campus

This fall, as crazy as it sounds, it will be more expensive to live on campus at UC Riverside than at UCLA, and pricier to bunk in the dorms at UC Merced in the Central Valley than at UC San Diego in tony La Jolla. CSU Fullerton will charge $2,500 more than Cal Poly in San Luis Obispo.

Name Dropping: Preschutti is fashiona s future

Laurel Preschutti had a special distinction for a coat design to walk the runway in the F.I.T. final show. Aptos high graduate Laurel Preschutti just earned her bachelor's in fashion design and merchandising from The Fashion Institute of Technology in New York, and her work is already on display at one of the most iconic fashion hubs.

Want jobs for the a forgotten mana ? Finish California high-speed rail.

Self-styled protectors of taxpayers carp. Powerful congressional Republicans go out of their way to undermine the $64 billion project.

Man sought in $456,000 theft from Lathrop-based recycling company

The alleged crimes of 36-year-old Carl Joseph Means were committed from 2013 to 2016, according to the D.A.'s Office. Means was plant manager for Lathrop-based AMG Resources Corp. and allegedly looted the company's inventory.

New Workshop: Fake News, Real Concerns: Developing Information Literate Students

ALA Publishing eLearning Solutions announces an exciting new workshop, Fake News, Real Concerns: Developing Information Literate Students with Donald Barclay. This workshop will last 90 minutes and take place on Thursday, July 27, 2017 at 2:30pm Eastern/1:30 Central/12:30 Mountain/11:30am Pacific.

Big rig carrying hay overturns, forcing closure of Highway 99 and Highway 152 interchange

A big rig carrying hay bales overturned Friday morning, forcing a closure from the interchange from southbound Highway 99 to westbound Highway 152, the California Department of Transportation reported. It is the third big rig to overturn on Highway 99 between Merced and Madera this week.

Changing climate could have devastating impact on forest carbon storage

New research from a multi-university team of biologists shows what could be a startling drop in the amount of carbon stored in the Sierra Nevada mountains due to projected climate change and wildfire events. The study, "Potential decline in carbon carrying capacity under projected climate-wildfire interactions in the Sierra Nevada", published this week in Scientific Reports , shows another facet of the impact current man-made carbon emissions will have on our world if big changes aren't made.

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