Yosemite National Park is continuing along the path to fully reopen after being closed since March 20 due to the coronavirus pandemic.
It turns out, the Mariposa County Board of Supervisors will not be receiving a $30,000 raise after all.
With some exceptions, the San Joaquin Valley may be ripe to repel a coronavirus-led recession, a new study from Moody’s and the Brookings Institution says.
Sequoia and Kings Canyon national parks announced Wednesday that they will be closed until further notice.
Two months after Mariposa County Supervisors voted to give themselves a big pay raise, residents mounted a strong campaign to halt and repeal it.
One month after Mariposa Supervisors voted to give themselves a $30,000 pay raise, there is an active effort afoot from community members to reverse it.