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18 hrs ago | The Arizona Republic
As California beekeepers this week bemoaned the decline in their state's honey production, Arizona's apiarists said the bee business has been dwindling for more than a decade.
Yesterday | The Arizona Republic
In this Wednesday, July 16, 2014 photo, a bee rests on Mike Brandi's finger at the Gene Brandi Apiary in Los Banos, Calif.
A Los Banos Catholic priest under investigation for possible sex crimes involving a teenager has been moved to an undisclosed location where there are no children present, a Catholic church official said Tuesday.
A 64-year-old Catholic priest in Los Banos is under investigation for alleged "internet related sex crimes" involving at least one teenager, the Los Banos Police Department reported Monday.
Summer vacation is over in Merced County, with more than 57,500 students due back in classes by Monday.
Our Lady of Fatima 4-H will have several club activities in the next few weeks. Orientation and registration will be held at 6 p.m. Wednesday at Parish Hall, 1621 Center Ave. A blood drive will take place from 3:30 to 6 p.m. Thursday at the Church of Latter-day Saints, 16486S.
The fourth-annual Maxxlimit Cars and Burgers Los Banos Car Show is set for Aug. 31 in the Les Schwab Tire Center parking lot.
The filing period for the November election has ended and in Los Banos a former mayor will challenge the city's current leader, four City Council candidates will vie for two spots, three of the four school board races will see head-to-head battles and voters will choose between at-large and by-district elections.
Christine Wren is the new principal at Our Lady of Fatima School in Los Banos. Wren attended OLF as a student and taught at the school.
The first day of school was this week - Wednesday for Los Banos and Pacheco high schools and Thursday for everyone else - and as of Monday projections were for a record-high 10,083 students filling Los Banos classrooms.
A large swath of grass sits yellow and dead at the California State Capitol Building last weekend , part of the state's effort to cut back on water usage.
Pacheco High School senior Rosio Ruiz paints over graffiti Aug. 8 in Los Banos as part of the annual graffiti abatement program spearheaded by Los Banos Council Member Elizabeth Stonegrove.
The Xclamation! Festival has thrived as the Central Valley's premiere outdoor musical festival for the past decade and a half.
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Updated: Thu Aug 21, 2014 05:23 pm
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