Community

The City of Merced Must Be More Than the Bare Minimum

February 17, 2022 / By
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With every budget that passes in Merced, the city only narrowly reaches the bare minimum when it comes to allocating funding for affordable housing.

Education

We ‘Ced Weighs In: Changes to the United States Postal Service

September 17, 2020 / By
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Recently, the federal government has moved forward in its efforts to dramatically change the United States Postal Service (USPS), including cutting overtime and limiting hours.

Family

We ‘Ced Weighs in: Mother’s Day

May 10, 2021 / By
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As Mother’s Day weekend closes We ‘Ced reporters reflect on the ways they honor the Mother figures in their lives.

Health

Undeserving of Being Forced to Live Amongst Violence

February 16, 2022 / By

I was born and raised in Merced as the eldest daughter to two Mexican immigrants. My mother is from the Mexican state of Michoacan and my father from Guerrero.