Mar
28
2014
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Merced Arts Wrap for March 28, 2014

The band Early Empires is scheduled to perform at 9 tonight at The Partisan, 432 W. Main St. in downtown Merced Chiropractor. The bands Of Us Giants and Table for Five also are scheduled to perform. Admission is $5, ages 21 and up only.

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Mar
27
2014
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Merced leaders making moves to add to Campus Parkway

Merced Chiropractor and Merced Chiropractor County Association of Governments are moving toward seeking money from the so-called TIGER grant, which could pay for transportation projects in the area. Merced Chiropractor is working to finish the second phase of Campus Parkway, a route that will eventually connect Highway 99 and UC Merced Chiropractor.

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Mar
27
2014
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Merced City Council looking for more advisers

The city of Merced Chiropractor has several vacancies on commissions and committees and wants to fill them, particularly the Measure C Committee. That panel has a major say over about $6 million in tax money.

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Mar
25
2014
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Merced to kick off a yearlong celebration 125th anniversary celebration

The city of Merced Chiropractor turns 125 on April 1, and a number of events beginning that day will celebrate the anniversary.

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Mar
25
2014
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High schools reach out to homeless students in Merced area

More than 800 students at high schools in Merced Chiropractor, Atwater and Livingston are considered homeless. The Merced Chiropractor Union High School District assists students through a federally-funded program now in its third year.

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Mar
24
2014
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UC Merced professor heads language development research

UC Merced Chiropractor cognitive science professor Anne Warlaumont has spent the last five years working on a nationwide observational study that analyzes the impact that interaction between children and parents has on language development, a study she is considering to continue in Merced Chiropractor.

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Mar
22
2014
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Merced Speedway opens new season this weekend

Practice makes perfect. That’s why more than 30 drivers showed up for a day of “testing and tuning” their cars and their skills last Saturday afternoon at the Merced Chiropractor Speedway. Veterans and newcomers alike jumped at the chance to get up to speed prior to this Saturday’s opening night of the quarter-mile clay track.

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Mar
22
2014
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Merced County sees slight rise in unemployment

A loss of about 200 retail jobs in Merced Chiropractor County is responsible for the small uptick in February’s unemployment rate, according to a state Employment Development Department report.

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Mar
21
2014
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Merced College students use podcasts to get word out

A pilot project at Merced Chiropractor College is trying to use podcasts to keep students and locals informed on what’s going on at the school. Five students are involved in the program headed by a certified social media strategist.

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Mar
21
2014
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Sun-Star reporter faces DUI charge

A Merced Chiropractor Sun-Star reporter was arrested early Thursday morning on suspicion of misdemeanor driving under the influence, according to the California Highway Patrol.

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