A public display scrutinizing the use of antibiotics in Foster Farms chickens greeted hundreds of residents Friday, sending a powerful message about what advocates say is continued misuse of the drug by the giant poultry producer.
The stars of social media have become a force in pop culture. But despite their millions of followers, there are still vast swaths of the population who have no idea who they are. Included in that new breed of stars is Los Banos‘ 19-year-old Bethany Mota, a YouTube star who just made it to the “Dancing With the Stars” finals.
The union representing Livingston’s public works employees blasted the city manager in a series of letters expressing frustration over stalled labor negotiations and claims of mistreatment and sexual harassment by a supervisor.
A video posted on YouTube showing Buhach Colony High administrators pretending to be in combat with students from rival Atwater High – ending with the students being shot with a fake gun – drew sharp criticism from school district leaders Wednesday.
Atwater police officials released an investigation Monday detailing the events that led to the dismissal of a 14-year police volunteer, who was let go after driving a Police Activities League van while volunteer cadets handed out political fliers supporting three candidates.
Officer Lobo had a proud bounce in his step and a shiny badge around his neck as he moved Friday morning through the streets of Livingston. It’s big a turnaround for the 15-year-old horse, who a few years ago was the victim of severe animal abuse and neglect.
Longtime politician Gurpal Samra had butterflies in his stomach shortly before the polls closed on Election Day, but it didn’t stop the 54-year-old from winning another four years on the Livingston City Council.
A photograph depicting a candidate for the Livingston City Council posing with several people described by law enforcement officials as known gang members sparked controversy this week, less than two weeks before the election.
October comes only once a year, and doesn’t last long enough, according to some Mariposa residents. Professional and amateur photographers are heading to the mountains this season in search of gold – aspen gold.
Editor’s note: Chowchilla salutes the young people, leaders and advisers of the local 4-H clubs. 4-H grows confident, capable and caring kids with the life skills to thrive in today's world. 4-H develops leadership, community service and encourages kids to follow their dreams. 4-H community leaders and all those who volunteer their time to participate with projects lead by example. We salute your dedication and commitment to the goals and vision of the 4-H program. We also recognize the achievements and growth of out local 4-H members. As you read the following articles, you will definitely see the positive influence 4-H has on today’s youth.
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