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by Lauren King

August 6, 2016

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.

Hot Air

by Jazz Shaw

January 7, 2012

Over at National Review, John Yoo (who you will likely remember from the Bush administration) has an interesting rebuttal to Larry Tribe's defense of Obama's recent recess appointments.

There's quite a bit to go through in both articles, mostly because Tribe takes so many wild swings at this particular pinata, seeming somewhat desperate to latch on to some constitutional footing which would justify the moves.

San Francisco Chronicle (CA)

by Carl Nolte

June 2, 2006

The National Park Service and the nonprofit Yosemite Fund are undertaking a project to rebuild close to 100 miles of trails in Yosemite National Park that range from the popular loop trail around Yosemite Valley to miles of spectacular hiking paths in the

The project will cost about $13 million -- with about $3 million from government funds and $10 million from private donations. The project to be formally launched at a San Francisco news conference today will include high-profile trails like the northern end of the famous John Muir Trail, which extends from the Happy Isles in Yosemite Valley and eventually runs more than 200 miles to the summit of Mt. Whitney in Sequoia National Park.

by Guy McCarthy

April 11, 2016

For the first time in recent memory and perhaps the first time ever, entrance fees will be waived at Yosemite National Park for nine days, April 16 to April 24, to celebrate 100 years of the National Park Service.

Typical entrance fees at Yosemite are $15 per person on foot, bicycle, horse, or non-commercial bus or van with more than 15 passenger seats, $20 per motorcycle, and $30 per non-commercial car, pickup truck, RV or van with 15 or fewer passenger seats.

Indian Country Today

by Yosemite Paiutes

January 23, 2009

A couple years ago a family member called some of my uncles to investigate something. He informed them that while on his yearly family visit to Yosemite National Park he came across a new interpretive sign located by the Yosemite waterfalls.

He them called because he was surprised that he saw a photo of our ancestor Tom Hutchings on the new interpretive sign labeled as a Miwok. Tom Hutchings was a Mono Paiute who was the first mailman in the Yosemite Valley. Today many of Tom Hutchings descendents are situated in several Paiute tribes in California and Nevada. There are none of Tom Hutchings descendents in the Southern Sierra Miwuk tribe.

by Tina Falco

September 15, 2011

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.

Merced Sun-Star

July 1, 2010

Yosemite National Park has extended the public review period for policies related to visitation of Half Dome.

The public can submit written ideas until Tuesday, July 6, about use of the Half Dome cables. Yosemite is drafting a long-term plan to ensure that use of the trail leading to Half Dome, and the Half Dome cables, follows the 1964 Wilderness Act and the National Park Service Organic Act.

Reliable Answers (CA)

by Annette M. Hall

May 15, 2006

Due to Spring flooding caused by unusually heavy snowfall over the winter months the Yosemite Valley was a congested tangled mess of motor vehicles.

Due to Spring flooding caused by unusually heavy snowfall over the winter months the Yosemite Valley was a congested tangled mess of motor vehicles. Many areas inside the park have been closed due to the flooding, causing traffic congestion so severe it took hours to make our way around the Yosemite Valley floor.

by Mike Harris

January 23, 2012

Yosemite National Park will use a lottery system to allocate Day Use Permits for climbing the Half Dome cables during the summer 2012 season, with the preseason drawing conducted through

For the summer 2012 season, the park will continue requiring Day Use Permits seven days per week for climbing the Half Dome cables. A maximum of 400 hikers will be allowed each day on the Half Dome Trail beyond the subdome. The permit mix would be 300 day hikers and 100 backpackers.

May 29, 2011

In the realm of news for silver coins, it has been a busy couple of weeks for United States Mint 5 ounce issues. The month of June will continue the ...

The month of June will continue the buzz as the Mint is scheduled to release the collector 2010-P Yosemite National Park 5 Ounce Silver Uncirculated Coin for California on Thursday, June 9, 2011.

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