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  • Delta opens season with easy win over Ohlone
    published on Sat, 08 Nov 2014 08:26:08 GMT
    But the Mustangs started the 2014-15 campaign Friday against an Ohlone squad that had only seven players in uniform. The Renegades were no match against a Delta group that might have been depleted but had more than enough to earn a comfortable 87-70 win to open the Jocelyn Mancebo Women's Basketball Classic at Joe Blanchard Gymnasium....
  • Congress: Valadao wins second term; Tacherra holds surprising lead on Costa
    published on Tue, 04 Nov 2014 08:00:00 GMT
    Hanford Republican David Valadao won a second term in Congress on Tuesday night, getting a concession before 11 p.m. from his challenger, Sanger Democrat Amanda Renteria. While that race wasn't as tight as some might've expected, Burrel dairy farmer Johnny Tacherra was making the run of his life....
  • JC Football, Week 8: Cabrillo no match for undefeated West Hills Coalinga
    published on Sun, 02 Nov 2014 08:26:11 GMT
    APTOS >> The Cabrillo College football team fell behind by seven touchdowns in its final home game of the regular season and never came back, falling to top-ranked West Hills Coalinga 57-14 at Carl Conelly Stadium on Saturday night. Quarterback Freddy Taliulu threw for three touchdowns and D'Anthony Cross ran for two more as West Hills jumped out to a 48-0 halftime lead....
  • BHC awards $7,800 for community projects in Merced County
    published on Wed, 29 Oct 2014 04:23:18 GMT
    Building Healthy Communities this week awarded $7,800 to eight organizations that promise to make positive changes in the community. BHC awards up to $1,000 to grass-roots groups and individuals who present an idea for a project or event that will improve youth leadership, encourage community involvement or offer opportunities for participants to gain skills....
  • Book chronicles Merced Countya s early history
    published on Sat, 25 Oct 2014 02:50:32 GMT
    Books can rekindle recollections of days gone by, and a new coffee-table book due out in December will show Merced County's residents what life was like here a century ago. "Merced County Memories" can be pre-ordered now....