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KNP Complex Wildfires in Sequoia National Park Saturday, September 18, 2021 Updates


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Job Openings for Full-Time Workers at Yosemite Glass & Window in Mariposa - Job Training Provided

Hornitos Patrons Club to Host 34th Annual Hornitos Flea Market on Sunday, October 3, 2021

Mariposa County Public Health Reports Seven New Positive COVID Cases for a Total of 967 Confirmed Cases

KNP Complex Wildfires in Sequoia National Park Friday, September 17, 2021 Updates

Jeffrey Horn, Longtime Merced Officer, Detective Is New Merced College Police Chief

California Statewide Fire Summary for Friday, September 17, 2021

AI System Developed by Stanford Researchers Identifies Buildings Damaged by Wildfire


California Election Chairs Call for Reform of Flawed Recall System

California U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein Announces U.S. Senate Passes Bipartisan Bill to Protect Whales, Dolphins, Sea Turtles from Drift Gillnets

Sierra National Forest Announce Regional Closure Order 21-07 to End Two Days Early, Sierra National Forest Will Return to the Pre-existing Forest Order

NOAA Reports August 2021 was Earth’s Sixth-Warmest August on Record - Northern Hemisphere’s Summer Tied 2019 as Second Hottest

Man Arrested After Deadly Brawl at Mountain Mike’s Pizza in Merced, California

Lake McSwain Fall Trout Derby in Mariposa County is Scheduled for Saturday and Sunday October 2 and 3, 2021 - Participants Urged to Register Today

Old Farmer’s Almanac Predicts Mild and Dry 2021-2022 Winter for California - Most of the U.S. Will Experience Bone-Chilling, Below-Average Temperatures

Mariposa County Fire Department Call Log for September 6 - 12, 2021

CAL FIRE Awards Over $700,000 to the Mariposa County Fire Safe Council for the Alta Vista Fuel Break – Also Mariposa County Fire Department Granted Over $265,000 for the Acquisition of a Caterpillar Compact Track Loader

Police Arrest a 31-Year-Old Man on Felony Arson Charges in Oakhurst, California

Mariposa County Fire Department Call Log for August 30 - September 5, 2021

September 2021 ENSO Update: Forecasters Estimate A 70-80% Chance Of La Niña This Winter

Suspect Wanted for Lewd Acts with a Child Under 14 Arrested by Police Gang Unit in Merced, California

Suspect Arrested for Mayhem in Merced, California After Knife Attack Leaves Victim with a 5-Inch Slash to His Face

Yosemite National Park Issues Missing Person Alert for Joel Thomazin Last Seen in Early September

Recent Testing Yields Positive Results for Small Amounts of Toxic Algae at Tenaya Creek in Yosemite National Park

Over the Garden Fence - Time to Prepare for Your Winter Veggie Garden

Charges Added in Eastern District of California for Madera Man Previously Charged in Washington D.C. District Court Related to the Jan. 6 Capitol Breach

Assault with a Hammer Turns into Attempted Homicide Arrest in Merced, California

Attempted Rape Suspect Arrested After Attacking an Elderly Female in Merced, California

VA Assembles Sexual Assault and Harassment Prevention Workgroup - Including in Merced and Los Angeles, California

224 Pounds of Methamphetamine Valued at Over $448,000 Seized by Stanislaus County, California Sheriff’s Special Investigations Unit with Two Arrests

Merced County’s San Luis Reservoir Algal Bloom Increases to Danger Advisory

Madera County Sheriff Reports Near-Drowning of a Two-Year-Old Boy on Labor Day at Bass Lake, California

U.S. Navy Identifies 5 Sailors Killed in San Diego Helicopter Crash – Including Lt. Bradley A. Foster from Oakhurst, California

USDA Forest Service Mourns the Passing of Two Employees, Firefighting Heroes - Allen Johnson & Marcus Pacheco

New Study by University of California, Berkeley Explores How Much Wildfire Smoke Is Infiltrating Our Homes?

California State Senator Andreas Borgeas’ Legislation Providing Property Tax Relief for Wildfire Victims Approved Unanimously by Legislature

Public Safety Triggers the Bureau of Land Management to Issue an Emergency Closure of Public Lands in Mariposa County - Merced River Recreation Sites Closed To All Public Access

Caltrans to Begin Culvert Rehabilitation Project in Mariposa County on Highway 140 in the Merced River Canyon Beginning Wednesday, September 8, 2021 - Project Will Improve Stormwater Drainage

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PG&E Automatically Enrolling Qualified Customers Who Are 60 Days Behind on Energy Bills in Payment Plans

American Medical Association Strongly Opposes the Ordering, Prescribing, or Dispensing of Ivermectin to Prevent or Treat COVID-19 Outside of a Clinical Trial

Yosemite National Park Announces Stage 2 Fire Restrictions Effective August 31, 2021

California State Legislature Approves Senator Dodd’s Wildfire Public Safety Power Shutoffs (PSPS) Bill

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USDA Forest Service Announces the Temporarily Closing of All California National Forests for Public Safety Effective Tuesday, August 31, 2021 at 11:59 P.M.

Sierra National Forest Announces Merced River Recreation Site, Road and Trail Closures Effective Sunday, August 29, 2021

FDA on Why You Should Not Use Ivermectin to Treat or Prevent COVID-19

Farmers’ Almanac Releases 2021-2022 National Winter Outlook – Average Wintry Temperatures and Precipitation for California Likely Will Not Eliminate Drought Conditions

Improving Weather Forecasting to Better Predict and Respond to Weather Threats, PG&E Has Installed More Than 200 New Weather Stations This Year for a Total of Over 1,200

UC Davis Study Finds Drought and Climate Change Shift Tree Disease in Sierra Nevada

Fresno State Reports Resources Available to Central Valley Well Owners Affected by Drought

John C. Fremont Hospital Announces Change in Visitor Policy to Help Prevent the Spread of Coronavirus

As California Battles Wildfires, Officials Outline How to Protect Yourself and Your Family from Damaging Smoke

UC ANR: Landscaping with Wildfire Exposure in Mind can Protect Homes

Rural County Representatives of California Reports Insurance Commissioner Issues Additional Moratorium on Wildfire Nonrenewals

Caltrans Announces Ferguson Rock Shed Project in Mariposa County Enters Another Important Phase - Will Begin Removing More Than 100,000 Tons of Rocks

Attorney General Bonta Reminds Tenants and Homeowners of Their Rights and Protections Under California Law

Cal OES on Protecting Important Records During an Emergency

Bureau of Reclamation Launches Website with Real-Time Information, Interactive Resources on Drought

Wildfire Survivors Now Covered by New Insurance Protections, California Department of Insurance Reports

Cal OES Offers Advice on Wildfire Smoke Safety

Learn the Do's and Don'ts of Fire-Resistant Landscaping with PG&E’s Video Series

UC ANR: Communities Share Wildfire Preparedness Activities with Online Firewise Reporting Tool

PG&E Announces Suspension of Energy Service Disconnections Extended to September 30, 2021

PG&E New Public Safety Power Shutoff Address Alerts Provide Notifications for Addresses Other Than Your Home That Are Important to You, Including Schools or a Relative's Home

California Launches New Digital Tool Giving Residents Convenient Access to Their COVID-19 Vaccine Record

California Air Resources Board Launches California Smoke Spotter App - New Mobile App Helps Californians Track Smoke from Prescribed Fires, RCRC Reports

Caltrans Launches State Route 49 Repaving Project In Mariposa County - More Than 34 Lane Miles Will Be Improved


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Mariposa and Yosemite Valley Weather for Saturday, September 18, 2021
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Sunny and cooler with a high temp of around 81 degrees and a low temp of around 57 degrees. Yosemite Valley:  Widespread haze this morning. Possible wind gusts up to 20 mph today. Sunny with a high temp of around 83 degrees with a low temp of around 47 degrees. Mariposa high temp for yesterday came in at 84.5 degrees (3.1 degrees cooler than Thursday) with a low temp of 61.2 degrees. Winds gusted up to 12 mph yesterday. Mariposa weather for Sunday: Sunny with a high temp of around 77 degrees and a low temp of around 56 degrees. Future high temps for Mariposa: Mon.: 83 degrees. Tue.: 92 degrees.

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Good performances comes despite uncertain policy environment, market volatility

February 20, 2018 - The California economy continues to perform well and should maintain strong growth despite an uncertain policy environment and financial market volatility, according to the latest projection from Pacific's Center for Business and Policy Research.

The recent tax cut and spending deal in Washington provide federal fiscal stimulus that will provide a modest boost to growth in 2018 and 2019, but create long-term challenges and add considerable risk and uncertainty to the forecast for 2020 and beyond.

This policy outlook, combined with strong job growth data in California in recent months, results in a forecast that real Gross State Product will sustain growth at or near 3 percent for 2018 and 2019.  Nonfarm payrolls are projected to grow 1.8 percent in 2018 and 1.2 percent in 2019, as the state unemployment rate stabilizes around 4.5 percent.  Beyond 2020, the pace of growth will decline and unemployment should creep higher. The risk of recession will grow as the economic expansion reaches record duration, and the costs of current and potential policy decisions become more apparent and the near-term stimulus fades.

The regional outlook predicts the strongest 2018 employment growth will occur in the Stockton and Sacramento metro areas at 3 percent.  All areas of the Northern California Megaregion are projected to have unemployment rates stabilize at or near record lows for the next two years. Job growth in the Bay Area will gradually decline from its current pace of 2 percent in the face of large physical constraints to housing and transportation systems that prevent labor force growth. These challenges of labor availability and housing costs are spreading into interior markets, and contribute to slower growth projected in Central Valley regions as we move past 2018.

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Highlights of the February 2018 California Forecast

    • Over the next 12 months, real gross state product is forecast to grow 2.7 percent and the risk of recession is low despite recent stock market volatility.

    • The California unemployment rate is forecast to stabilize at about 4.5 percent for the next two years before gradually increasing to 4.8 percent by the end of 2020.

    • Nonfarm payroll jobs will grow 1.3 percent over the next 12 months, about half the pace of the previous four years when job growth was between 2.5 percent and 3 percent.  Payroll growth will slowly decline to drop below 1 percent by late 2020, which is to be expected for an economy at full employment after a long expansion.

    • Health Services has become the largest employment sector in the state, and is projected to add about 45,000 positions over the next 12 months, less than the 65,000 jobs added in recent years. Professional Scientific and Technical Services is a high-paying sector that has fueled the recovery. This sector will add over 40,000 jobs over the next year after a brief slow- down in this dynamic sector.

    • Growing tourism and a gradual shift in consumer spending from retail to restaurants has fueled rapid growth in Leisure and Hospitality sector. While this sector has added as many as 50,000 jobs in recent years, we project it will fall below 20,000 over the next year and stagnate by 2020 as a higher minimum wage affects hiring.

    • State and local government employment has experienced solid 2 percent employment growth in the past year, but the pace of public hiring will decline to 0.5 percent growth for the next several years as state and local governments grapple with rising pension costs.

    • Construction activity continues to grow with about 35,000 new jobs anticipated in each of the next three years, about a 4 percent annual growth rate.

    • Single family housing starts are picking up, growing from 50,000 units in 2016 to a projected 58,000 in 2017 and 77,000 by 2020.  Multi-family production is projected to exceed 50,000 units this year, and exceed 60,000 units by 2021. With this increase, housing production will finally be sufficient to keep up with modest 0.7 percent projected annual population growth, but will not be enough to provide relief to California\'s housing crisis.

  • California's population growth rate has declined to 0.7 percent and is projected to remain at this level through the 5 year forecast due to lower birth rates, immigration, and housing costs.  The state will add about 280,000 residents in each of the next few years, notably fewer than in the past.

Pacific's Center for Business and Policy Research was founded in 2004 and was known as the Business Forecasting Center until March 2015. The Center is a joint program of the Eberhardt School of Business and the McGeorge School of Law programs in public policy and has offices at the Sacramento and Stockton campuses. The center produces economic forecasts of California and eight metropolitan areas in Northern and Central California, in depth studies of regional economic and policy issues, and conducts custom studies for public and private sector clients. For more information, visit Go.Pacific.edu/CBPR.  
Source: Pacific's Center for Business and Policy Research