Fourth week brings rock slide, concerns for ecosystem.
"This bill provides these men and women with a way to earn their citizenship by contributing to our agriculture and our communities," Panetta said.
OES notes possibility of power outages and cautions residents to be aware of downed power lines and trees, standing water, potential flooding, and more.
Pinnacles National Park mostly closed; retail traffic down in Paicines and Tres Pinos.
Assemblyman Robert Rivas issues statement on $12.5 million set aside to help homeless or those at risk of homelessness in the region.
Next week is the deadline for coverage to start February 1.
State representative assigned to committees for Agriculture, Appropriations, Government Organization, Local Government and Rules.
Applications now open for Arts Express! Grant Program and Open Studios Art Tour.
Community choice energy agency looks to dedicate $1.25 million in additional funding for local energy programs in 2019.
Expansion of hours the result of community desire for additional service.
Expected to be adopted at Dec. 11 meeting.
Community members invited to participate in 12th annual Holiday Program.
The public is reminded to remain cautious when recreating on public lands to prevent a wildfire.
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