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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
Ethics commission extends investigation of Fresno Unified board president Brooke Ashjian

The California Fair Political Practices Commission has added contracts totaling nearly $6 million to an investigation of Fresno Unified school board president Brooke Ashjian's alleged conflicts of interest. Last week, the FPPC incorporated new allegations into an investigation already underway of Ashjian's financial interests and how they impact his role with the school district.

Nuns who denounce Christ and sell weed say they aren't scared of Trump

A group of nuns who denounced Christ and sell cannabis to help the needy say they are defying President Trump to sell even more. The Sisters of the Valley are California's self-ordained feminist 'weed nuns', are on a mission to heal and empower women with their cannabis products.

Merceda s first ever cannabis and hemp fair coming soon

The Hemp and Cannabis Fair is 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday at the Merced County Fairgrounds, 900 Martin Luther King Jr. Way. The fair is an educational effort, according to director Naomi Forkash.

2 killed in fiery crash north of Merced

Two people were killed Monday in a crash on the northern outskirts of Merced that ended when the pickup truck in which they were traveling burst into flames, the California Highway Patrol reported. The truck was traveling north on G Street north of Old Lake Road just before 11:30 a.m. Monday when the driver of the late 1980s model Chevrolet started to slow, according to Officer Eric Zuniga.

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An injured demonstrator is been helped by another protester after clashing with riot police during the so-called "mother of all marches" against Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro in Caracas, Venezuela. Photograph: Carlos Garcia Rawlins/Reuters Photographers take pictures as the Soyuz MS-04 spacecraft carrying the crew of Jack Fischer of the US and Fyodor Yurchikhin of Russia blasts off to the International Space Station from the launchpad at the Baikonur Cosmodrome, Kazakhstan.

Is the Sazerac a New Orleans Cocktail?By David Wondrich

There's no way of counting how many different ways people have found to combine spirits, wines, juices, herbs, spices, sugars and whatnot, and no central record of the discrete names these myriad combinations have had bestowed on them. Until 2005, I would have guessed that their number was in the thousands; now, after more than a decade of ceaseless, hamster-in-a-wheel mixological invention, I would multiply that figure by ten or 20. The vast majority of these concoctions live only fleetingly, made by one person, once, and die unnamed.

Senator who voted for gas tax says he received threats after cell number, address shared

The only Republican lawmaker to vote for the controversial $52 billion transportation deal says he received hundreds of angry calls on his personal cell phone and at home, some threatening, the day after the measure passed in the California Legislature. "Look, I'm a grown man and I'm an elected official.

Californiaa s a weed nunsa on a mission to heal with cannabis

California "weed nun" Christine Meeusen, 57, who goes by the name Sister Kate, poses for a portrait with hemp at Sisters of the Valley near Merced, Calif. Photo by Lucy Nicholson/REUTERS MERCED, Calif.

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California Senate approves projects linked to gas tax hike

The California Senate on Monday approved more than $900 million worth of road and train projects that were promised to lawmakers in order to secure their support for a hike in gas taxes and vehicle fees. The promised funding for projects in the Central Valley and Riverside County was integral to the tax hike's razor-thin approval earlier this month.

Madera man was victim of farmworker bus crash near Merced

The California Highway Patrol, Merced County Sheriff's Department and the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection, Merced County, respond to the scene of a fatal crash involving a bus and a minivan in the 5900 block of North Highway 59 in Merced, Calif., on Friday, April 14, 2017. According to CHP Sgt.

Local Hero of the Eva Murillo Unsung Hero Award 2

Danielle Quiroga visits with Reps. Jim Costa and Ted Poe after the presentation of her award on April 5, 2017 in Washington, D.C. Danielle Quiroga poses for a photograph with Reps.

Breast cancer in Asian American women may be related to westernization, study finds

Breast cancer rates are increasing among Asian Americans in California, including in Solano County, and it may be the result of adopting a "Western" lifestyle, a recently released study found. This is the first examination of subtype-specific incidence patterns among Asian American ethnicities and the variation among Asian American ethnic groups, according to a news release on the study.

YARTS service resumes on Highway 41 May 15

The Yosemite Area Regional Transportation System will begin its regular schedule of five trips a day, on Highway 41 from Fresno to Yosemite, on Monday, May 15. The public transportation system that runs year-round on Highways 140 and seasonally on 120 and Highways 41 and 395/120 , is a Fresno Council of Government's project that is managed by the Merced County Association of Governments. The Highway 41 service had its inaugural run on May 23, 2015, but after 16 months, it was shut down Sept.

At least one dead in crash involving bus, minivan in Merced

At least one person was killed early Friday in a collision involving a small bus carrying about 20 farmworkers and a minivan on Highway 59 on the outskirts of south Merced. The crash was reported at 6:19 a.m. in front of Castle Farms Inc., in the 5900 block of North Highway 59, just south of Nevada Street, according to the California Highway Patrol website.

Covenant Community Church welcomes new pastor

Leeth has served as Covenant Community Church's Pastoral Consultant for the past 18 months, preaching Sundays, managing staff, providing guidance to Session, and assisting Covenant on the PC exit. Leeth earned her Master of Divinity at Fuller Theological Seminary and completed her coursework for her Doctorate of Ministry in Marriage and Family Counseling at Denver Seminary.

The American Library Association honors Haipeng Li with Equality Award

Haipeng Li is the 2017 recipient of the American Library Association Equality Award. The annual award, $1,000 and a framed citation of achievement donated by Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group, is given to an individual or group for outstanding contributions toward promoting equality in the library profession.

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