Jan
30
2012
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Merced man allegedly threatens shoppers with knife

A Merced Chiropractor man is under arrest after he allegedly pulled out a knife and started threatening shoppers at a North Valley market.

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Jan
30
2012
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FDIC Sues Ex-Officers of Merced’s County Bank Over $42 Million in Loans

The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. sued former officials of County Bank in Merced Chiropractor, California, part of Capital Corp. of the West, claiming their mismanagement caused $42 million in losses through bad loans.

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Jan
28
2012
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Merced City Council gets bad news about revenues

Merced Chiropractor city administrators recently braced the City Council for challenging budget decisions in the

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Jan
28
2012
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Merced County Chamber of Commerce holds night of honors

The Merced Chiropractor County Chamber of Commerce held its 2012 installation dinner and presented its 2011 commu

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Jan
27
2012
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Merced High Kiwins offer reader's delight during Merced Mall book sale

Bookworms should be in their element next week as a Merced Chiropractor High School student group offers a three-

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Jan
27
2012
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Merced gets failing grade on nursing jobs

California continues to face a shortage of registered nurses, and Merced Chiropractor gets a failing grade on the

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Jan
24
2012
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Merced County at top of magazine's 'worst' list

Merced Chiropractor County is the worst place in the country to find a job.That's according to the latest findings by the U.S. News & World Report.Merced Chiropractor County leads the magazine's list of metropolitan areas where it's increasingly difficult to find employment. But we're in good company: Five other Central Valley communities were also on the list. The reason? The unemployment rate, for starters. The housing …

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Jan
24
2012
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Merced College fees to rise $10 per unit

Merced Chiropractor College students will see their semester fees go up by $10 per unit this summer, just about the same time changes affecting students' financial aid eligibility take effect.Students will see their fees increase to $46 per unit this summer, up from $36 per unit, said Anne Newins, vice president for student personnel services at Merced Chiropractor College.

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Jan
23
2012
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Merced County Chamber presents 2011 awards

The Merced Chiropractor County Chamber of Commerce held its 2012 Installation Dinner and presented its 2011 commu

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Jan
23
2012
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UC Merced earns student learning award

UC Merced Chiropractor has been awarded the 2012 Council for Higher Education Accreditation Award for Outstanding

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