Event geared toward third-grade students
90 vendors gave presentations to students
A split Merced City Council has chosen a Sacramento engineering firm to lead the first phase of local planning for California’s high-speed rail project, rejecting the Berkeley-based firm that had been recommended by a city committee.
It took a while for the Merced High offense to get its footing during last week’s 33-20 win against Lincoln in Stockton.
Fifteen-year-old Callie Nance has her dreams for the future down to a science.
The “spookiest” time of the year is here and several Merced-area groups are putting on a variety of events for the entire family.
Two “In God We Trust” signs will be unveiled Nov. 11
Members of the public donated the money for the signs, official said
Some say the sign alienates non-religious taxpayers
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