County Supervisor David Rogers seeks to inform citizens on rights in regards to high speed rail | Local News | Chowchilla News

Madera County District 2 Supervisor David Rogers wants the public to know that if they receive notice to enter private property from the Central Valley representative of the California High Speed Rail authority, they are not required to comply. Rogers received an email from Diana Gomez, Central Valley regional director for the California High Speed…

New year brings new laws for 2015 | abc30.com

FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) — From undocumented driver’s licenses to increased professional standards for massage therapist, new California laws take effect on January 1st. Starting on January 2nd, the DMV will hand over original driver’s licenses to undocumented California residents. The law was adopted in 2013, and it means residents will not have to prove legal…

Looking back at Chowchilla’s 2014 | Local News | Chowchilla News

Drought, water storage, groundwater, water conservation, water meters, basically anything to do with water was a No. 1 priority in California, especially the Central Valley in 2014. The three-year drought definitely left its mark and made a huge impact in the lives of residents throughout the state. Conserving water became a state mandate. Stricter water…