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by Rob Evans

There's a childhood obesity epidemic in this country. The Centers for Disease Control says more than a third of children and adolescents are either overweight or obese.

The strength and conditioning program is for the older kids, 12-14, they're going to focus on how to use weight equipment properly, using the cardio equipment. Then the next class they'll do group games.

January 23, 2012

by Columnist

CANTON - A physical education program for homeschool students is gaining momentum by offering similar programming seen in traditional schools for children who are educated at home.

The homeschool P.E. course, offered at G. Cecil Pruett Community Center Family YMCA in Canton, has more than 50 local homeschool students participating after fewer than three years of operation. YMCA Aquatic and Wellness Director Peggy Donaldson said the program started out with fewer than 20 students and has seen a jump in the last year for the two-day-per-week program.

January 18, 2013

The designation of April as National Child Abuse Prevention Month will take on particular significance in Yolo County where the rate of known child abuse cases has continued to exceed the statewide average, according to children's advocates.

While Yolo County Child Welfare Services attributes the majority of child neglect and abuse calls to parental drug use, there's no doubt the impact of the recession is a contributing factor. In 2009, Yolo County had a far greater rate of substantiated cases of child abuse from child welfare referrals than the statewide average.

Daily Democrat

March 17, 2010

by Lauren King

Yolo County's Child Welfare Services system may go through substantial changes in the coming months as county supervisors take a deeper look at its operations.

The agency, which falls under Yolo County's Health and Human Services Department, came under fire earlier this year after Supervisor Matt Rexroad made an impassioned speech pointing out the agency's defects.

August 6, 2016

by Lara Brenckle

In a quick and quiet arraignment this morning, husband and wife Michael Craver, 45, and Nanette Craver, 54, pleaded not guilty to all charges against them in the beating death of their 7-year-old son, adopted from Russia.

The Cravers, of Carroll Township near Dillsburg in York County, are charged with criminal homicide, child endangerment and conspiracy. They adopted the child, Nathaniel (formerly named Ivan Skorobogatov), and his twin sister in 2003 from an orphanage in Russia.

The Patriot News

June 14, 2010

by Tina Falco

Next week Yosemite National Park will celebrate National Public Lands Day.

In commemoration of this special day, the park will waive entrance fees for all park visitors Saturday, September 24th.

September 15, 2011

Yosemite fire managers have announced the 2012 Fire Season began yesterday, Monday, May 21, 2012. Fire season officially begins when seasonal firefighting equipment and personnel are in place, prepared and ready to respond.

Additionally, grasses and other vegetation at the lower elevations have begun to dry out. This year, vegetation is drying out faster than average due to the low snowpack the park received over the winter.

May 23, 2012

by Mary Holman

Californians with travel plans to Yosemite will be surprised to learn that the National Trust for Historic Preservation has added the Rustic bridges in Yosemite National Park to its 2012 list of America's 11 Most Endangered Historic Places.

This annual list spotlights important examples of the nation's heritage that are at risk of destruction or irreparable damage. The National Trust and the Park Service are officially at odds over a national treasure, each in the name of protecting America's resources.

July 8, 2012

by Jayne Clark

Eighteen cabins in the popular Curry Village area of Yosemite Village have been closed after a study said they were in danger of being struck by falling rock.

The Curry Village closings came last week, but weren't announced until Thursday, after a National Park Service survey made to assess which rocks are in danger of falling - and where -- pinpointed structures in harm's way. The seven-by-one-mile Yosemite Valley, site of Curry Village, is the hub of visitor activity in the popular park. About 90% of its nearly 4 million annual visitors congregate in the valley, which was formed by glaciers - and tumbling boulders.

June 15, 2012

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.

April 15, 2013


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