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Merced County Looking For Escaped Inmate

Merced County Looking For Escaped Inmate

    Merced County Sheriff’s Office is currently investigating and searching for an Inmate who escaped from the John Latoracca Correctional Facility, in Merced. David O’Neal Coleman Jr., age 40 of Merced, was found missing at about 4:45 a.m. this morning. Correctional Officers reported they noticed Coleman missing after conducting a routine Inmate headcount throughout the Inmates housing unit.

 

    Investigation has revealed that Coleman escaped through the roof area of the Inmate Housing Unit. In addition Coleman was able to manipulate the security razor wire fencing, freeing himself from confinement of the facility. It is believed Coleman ascertained serious injuries from the razor wire cuts during the escape.

 

    Coleman is described as a white male adult, forty years of age. He stands 6-0” and weighs approximately 200 pounds. Coleman has brown hair, brown eyes, and facial hair.

 

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Big Hat Days Are Here!

Big Hat Days Are Here!
Big Hat Days are back!This weekend, April 5th and 6th in Old Town Clovis expect a lot of amazing vendors, food, music and friends.  Saturday, April 5th 9am-6pm &Sunday, April 6th 9am-5pm Please remember dogs are not invited. It's challenging enough to walk about amungst the people and strollers. 

FREE Concert At Sierra Vista Mall

FREE Concert At Sierra Vista Mall

It's Clovis Rodeo Month! So, kicking off the excitement is a FREE concert is the community park at Sierra Vista Mall this Thursday, April 3rd.

The 2014 Rodeo Roadshow, sponsored by The Wolf 102.7 and Sierra Vista Mall, features acoustic performances by Jaime Lynn Spears and The Swon Brothers.

Get there before 6pm for this free concert on April 3, 2014. 

Special Screening of Cesar Chavez Film

Fresno to host fundraising

screening of new Cesar Chavez film

“Cesar Chavez: An American Hero” debuts March 28 in theaters nationwide

 

WHAT:  The United Farm Workers (UFW) and the UFW Foundation will host a special red carpet event fundraiser as part of the national release of “Cesar Chavez: An American Hero” in Fresno, California. The special screening is one of several events planned in some major California cities, New York City and in Washington, D.C. during the movie's opening weekend.

 

WHO:  Special guests include, UFW Foundation Board Member Tanis Ybarra; UFW National Vice-President Erika Oropeza; and Actor Darion Basco, who plays Larry Itliong in the movie, who’ll be attending along with his family. Many of Basco’s family members played extras in the film as Filipino farm workers.

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The Sound of Music At Fresno Pacific University

The Sound of Music At Fresno Pacific University

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with The Sound of Music

Fresno Pacific spring musical April 10-13

What can anyone say about The Sound of Music? How about that it’s the Fresno Pacific University 2014 spring musical!

Rodgers and Hammerstein’s beloved production tells the story of Maria and the Von Trapp Family as they learn to love one another and weather the difficult political situation of pre-World War II Austria. The show premiered on Broadway in 1959 and was made into a classic movie in 1965.

They're Hiring At Sierra Vista Mall

Sierra Vista Cinema 16 is holding a hiring fair for floor staff on Monday March 31st from 12:30pm - 5pm at the theater. 

It's best if you fill out the application BEFORE you get there. 

Click HERE for the application. 

Antiques and Collectibles Fair

Antiques and Collectibles Fair

 

Thousands of people are in town to see more than 90 dealers assembled with their antiques and collectibles at the Old Town Clovis Fall Antiques & Collectibles Fair this Sunday, March 30th! A plethora of items:  colorful jewelry, pots, pans, toys, books and old magazines, records, musical instruments, Army memorabilia, furniture, glassware, clothes and much more! 

 This is in Old Town Clovis along Pollasky Avenue between Bullard Avenue and Third Street where you can seek a treasure picking up knick-knacks from decades past, the remnants of an aunt’s attic or the last heirlooms of a great-grandfather, each piece of history with a story.

 Free parking and free admission.  Great food!