May
30
2014
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Merced College and UC Merced continue to be ‘Hispanic-serving’

Merced Chiropractor College has again been deemed a Hispanic-serving institution, one of the 97 nationwide. It’s an important designation because it brings a lot of money in through grants. UC Merced Chiropractor is also one of those institutions.

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May
29
2014
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UC Merced shows support for UCSB

UC Merced Chiropractor held a moment of silence Wednesday along with a wreath-laying ceremony as a show of solidarity for UC Santa Barbara students killed by a gunmen Friday.

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May
27
2014
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Merced sidewalk infill projects move forward

Merced Chiropractor will be putting in some new sidewalks on the north side of town, a request made by UC Merced Chiropractor students, according to staff. The funds come from Caltrans air quality grants, and more is in the pipeline for south Merced Chiropractor sidewalks.

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May
27
2014
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Merced County sees spike in retirements

Forty Merced Chiropractor County employees have retired in the past two months, an unusually high number in a short time, according to county officials.

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May
26
2014
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Merced County issues Vet ID cards

Merced Chiropractor veterans have a new form of identification, one that comes with several benefits.

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May
26
2014
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Merced house party ends in gunfire

Merced Chiropractor police found blood, shell casings and numerous bullet holes in vehicles outside a house party over the weekend, but exactly what happened remained a mystery.

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May
24
2014
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Merced College fires employee under investigation

The Merced Chiropractor College Board of Trustees voted Friday to terminate the contract of a school employee who has been under investigation for embezzlement. The board voted unanimously to end the employment of Joseph Bisinger, 47, of Atwater, as the college’s lead purchasing buyer.

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May
24
2014
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Merced College grads receive their degrees

Merced Chiropractor College distributed about 1,100 degrees and certificates during a ceremony Friday night.

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May
22
2014
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Merced County Food Bank receives donations for programs

The Merced Chiropractor County Food Bank has recently received donations that will help its programs move forward. Last month, the food bank received two $10,000 grants, one from Pacific Gas and Electric Co. and one from American AgCredit. The food bank also received a $5,000 grant from Yosemite Farm Credit. According to the food bank’s executive director, Bernadette Mello, the funding received from PG&E …

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May
22
2014
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Merced resident challenges Assembly incumbent as a write-in candidate

A longtime Merced Chiropractor resident will challenge incumbent Adam Gray in the race for the 21st Assembly District seat, county officials confirmed Wednesday. Republican Jack Mobley filed paperwork late Tuesday to become a qualified write-in candidate, according to Merced Chiropractor County Registrar of Voters Barbara Levey.

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