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by B. Christopher Agee

Western Journalism has covered the ongoing push among leftist California bureaucrats to include health warning labels on sugary drinks sold in the state.

After failing to attract legislative support for a soda tax last year, state Sen. Bill Monning backed a bill that would spell out what many would conclude are the obvious results of overindulging in such beverages. That proposal moved forward last week when the California Senate Appropriations Committee voted in favor of the warning label implementation.

June 1, 2014

by Dan Pearce

I feel a need to write this post after what I witnessed at Costco yesterday. Forgive me for another post written in desperation and anger. Please read all the way to the end. I know it's long, but this is something that needs to be said.

As Noah and I stood in line to make a return, I watched as a little boy (he couldn't have been older than six) looked up at his dad and asked very timidly if they could buy some ice cream when they were done. The father glared him down, and through clenched teeth, growled at the boy to "leave him alone and be quiet". The boy quickly cowered to the wall where he stood motionless and hurt for some time.

danoah.com

January 26, 2016

by Christopher J. McCabe

Fostering Futures Howard County helps former foster children make their way into adult life.

On the eve of her 21st birthday, a young woman leaving the local Howard County foster care system after nine placements/homes was welcomed to her first apartment by eight local residents and two truckloads of used but sturdy furniture. Her housewarming was courtesy of Fostering Futures: An initiative of Voices for Children, Howard County's court-appointed special advocates.

baltimoresun.com

September 9, 2011

Yosemite National Park is warning 1,700 people that they may have been exposed to a potentially deadly rodent-borne lung disease while staying in the famous California park, and said that two visitors had died from the illness known as hantavirus.

The tourists who died had stayed in Curry Village, a popular camping area tucked below the park's sheer granite walls, a Yosemite spokesman said on Tuesday. A third visitor was sickened by the virus but recovering. Investigators were looking into whether a fourth visitor was suffering from the illness, which is carried by wild rodents. All four stayed in the area's tent cabins on overlapping days in mid-June, spokesman Scott Gediman said.

reuters.com

August 28, 2012

by Dhyana Levey

YOSEMITE -- It's almost like a conversation between John Muir and Edward Abbey. Just how pure and pristine do you want to make one of America's scenic jewels?

Yosemite National Park is in the early phases of planning its utilities improvement project for Vogelsang High Sierra Camp and Backpackers Camp. The camps' water supply and waste-water systems have deterio- rated, and more stringent state and federal regulations require that the facilities be revamped. No work has started, Yosemite spokeswoman Adrienne Freeman said. But the public scoping process will begin Tuesday and run through Feb. 13. Scoping refers to information exchanged about the scope of a project.

modbee.com

January 13, 2008

by David Perlman

Backpacking scientists from UC Berkeley have gathered compelling evidence that the warming High Sierra climate is pushing still another animal species to seek cooler habitats amid the higher regions of Yosemite National.

Their new study, tracking changes in the home range of a single chipmunk species during the past 90 years, follows many other recent reports by field biologists that salamanders, field mice and ground squirrels, among others, also have been driven by rising temperatures to seek new homes at higher elevations in the park.

sfgate.com

February 20, 2012

by B.J. Hansen

Yosemite, CA -- Yosemite National Park has decided to waive entrance fees this Saturday and Sunday, June 5-6.

The decision was made by Park Superintendent Don Neubacher in celebration of National Trails Day. National Trails Day is intended to inspire hikers to seek out their favorite trails on public lands across America.

My Motherlode

June 3, 2010

by Tina Falco

In celebration of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day next Monday, Yosemite National Park will offer free admission into the park starting this weekend.

The fee waiver is for all visitors Saturday, January 15th through Monday, January 17th. Fees being waived for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day weekend include the fees associated with entrance into the park only.

My Motherlode

January 10, 2011

The Yosemite Sierra Visitors Bureau has announced a new mobile App to assist travelers heading to Yosemite with everything from lodging and dining to finding things to see and do.

The new app allows travelers to have access to all the information available on their website, such as lodging, dining and activities, in Yosemite National Park and surrounding southern gateway of Madera County, even if they are in an area with limited to no data service.

sfgate.com

April 10, 2013

by Julie Cart

Yosemite's much-loved amenities, including swimming pools, bike, horse and raft rentals, would be jettisoned under a Merced River plan.

The Merced Wild and Scenic River Plan would reconfigure much of the Yosemite Valley by removing or relocating familiar concessions. Park officials also hope to reduce traffic that often transforms the heart of Yosemite from natural wonder to parking lot. The National Park Service's proposal, which would cost $235 million over the next 15 years, seeks to balance the twin aims of improving infrastructure and preserving nature.

skift.com

April 15, 2013

      

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