Merced, California

What is Merced, California known for?


academic performance

enrollment is approximately 700 students 368 of which are socioeconomically disadvangated (Socioeconomics). 74.1% of the students qualify for the free lunch program; an additional 13.5% qualify for the reduced lunch. 86% of the students who attend are minority (minority group) and 39% with English as a second language. The school is on the list of California Low Performing Schools with a 677 base API (Academic Performance Index) rating. A majority of all the students attend Tenaya Middle School


current biography

, California . ''Current Biography 1944'', pp224-226 Early life The only child of Helen Lita (née (married and maiden names) Westergaard) and Frederick Robert Morrison, Leigh was born as '''Jeanette Helen Morrison''' in Merced, California, and grew up in Stockton, California. Her maternal grandparents were immigrants from Denmark. ''There Hollywood'', page 6, 1985, by Janet Leigh In winter 1945, she was discovered by actress Norma


live stage

located in Applegate, a live stage theater downtown (:Commons:Category:Merced, CA, Downtown), two first run movie theaters, The Mainzer Theater which is known for its historic and architectural value, County Courthouse Museum (:Commons:Category:Merced, CA, Historic Courthouse) circa 1889, the Merced Multicultural Arts Center and the County Library (:Commons:Category:Merced, CA, County Library). Though still growing, Merced has several shopping areas including


redding

San Jose . As of the 2010 census, the population was 255,793, up from 210,554 at the 2000 census. The county seat is Merced (Merced, California). The county is named after the Merced River. topo towns Redding (Redding, California), Chico (Chico, California), Yuba City (Yuba City, California), Sacramento (Sacramento, California), Stockton (Stockton, California), Porterville (Porterville, California), Modesto (Modesto, California), Merced, California Merced

-American communities. California also has communities in Banning (Banning, California) and Merced (Merced, California) in the Inland Empire (California) region; Tulare County, California (esp. Porterville (Porterville, California)); and Northern California: the areas of Santa Rosa (Santa Rosa, California), Chico (Chico, California), Eureka (Eureka, California), Redding (Redding, California), and Stockton (Stockton, California).) Early life Cardoza was born

originally targeted eight teams and considered 10-12 potential sites, they were Chico (Chico, California); Fresno (Fresno, California); Lodi (Lodi, California); Long Beach (Long Beach, California); Merced (Merced, California); Oceanside (Oceanside, California); Oxnard (Oxnard, California); Palm Springs (Palm Springs, California); Redding (Redding, California); Rohnert Park, California; Sacramento (Sacramento, California); San Luis Obispo, California San Luis Obispo


916 916

water supply and its water is not filtered (filter (water)), swimming and boating are prohibited. Fishing is permitted only from the lake shore. *'''209 (Area code 209)''' - '''Stockton (Stockton, California)''', Modesto (Modesto, California), Merced (Merced, California); the northern San Joaquin Valley and the central Sierra Nevada (Sierra Nevada (U.S.)) range. (Split from 916 (Area code 916) on January 1, 1958) *'''213 (Area code 213)''' - ''' Downtown Los Angeles


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; at an elevation of 98 feet (30 m). As of the United States 2010 Census, the city population was 5,520, up from 4,698 at the 2000 census. '''Los Banos''' is a city in Merced County (Merced County, California), California, near the junction of State Route 152 (California State Route 152) and Interstate 5 (Interstate 5 (California)). Los Banos is located southwest of Merced (Merced, California),

Laotian , Cambodian (Khmer people), and Vietnamese (Vietnamese people), have settled in the communities of Stockton, Modesto, Merced (Merced, California), and Fresno (Fresno, California). The Filipino American population is concentrated in Delano and Lathrop (Lathrop, California). '''State Route 152''' (SR 152) is a state highway that runs near the latitudinal middle of the U.S. state of California from Watsonville (Watsonville, California) to California State

locomotive s. * Pacheco Pass (#829), along State Route 152 (California State Route 152) * Merced County Fairgrounds (#934), in Merced (Merced, California), had a temporary detention camp for Japanese Americans from May to September 1942. '''State Route 59''' (SR 59) is a California state highway that connects State Route 152 (California State Route 152) to the city of Merced (Merced, California) and beyond, ending abruptly


crime stories

, Steven (Steven Stayner), was kidnapped (Kidnapping) by child molester (Child molestation) Kenneth Parnell in 1972 and held captive for more than seven years before escaping and being reunited with his family. Cary Stayner would later say he felt neglected as his parents grieved (grief) over the loss of Steven.


sports international'

of the central business district of Merced (Merced, California), a city in Merced County (Merced County, California), California, United States. It is operated by the Merced County Department of Commerce, Aviation, and Economic Development. University of California at Merced Merced (Merced, California), California - *Philadelphia Phillies (2000) '''Christopher Davis Pritchett''' (born January 31, 1970, in Merced, California) is an scout (sports

) international scout for the Boston Red Sox of Major League Baseball, assigned to Canada. Boston Red Sox A former MLB first baseman, he is an alumnus of the University of California, Los Angeles. circulation 15,952 Daily 20,189 Saturday The '''''Merced Sun-Star''''' is a daily broadsheet newspaper printed in Merced, California, in the United States. It has an estimated circulation of 20,000 copies. The newspaper is published every day except for Sundays.


athletic programs

accessdate 2009-09-15 *Thad Tillotson - MLB baseball player for the New York Yankees *Rick Williams (baseball b. 1952) - MLB Pitcher, Houston Astros, 1978-1979. http: houston.astros.mlb.com team player.jsp?player_id 124334#gameType 'R'&sectionType career&statType 2&season 2014&level 'ALL' Sports * UC Merced (Bobcats)- softball and other athletic programs. http: www.ucmercedbobcats.com ref>


title battle

to increasing enrollment and growth constraints at existing UC campuses. On May 19, 1995, the Regents selected the Merced (Merced, California) site

Merced, California

'''Merced''' is a city in, and the county seat of, Merced County, California in the San Joaquin Valley of Northern California. As of 2014, the city had a population of 81,130. Incorporated on April 1, 1889, Merced is a charter city that operates under a council-manager government (Council-Manager government). It is named after the Merced River, which flows nearby.

Merced, known as the "Gateway to Yosemite (Yosemite Valley)," is less than two hours by automobile from Yosemite National Park to the east and Monterey Bay, the Pacific Ocean, and several beaches to the west. The community is served by the rail passenger service Amtrak (Merced (Amtrak station)), a major airline through Merced Regional Airport, and three bus lines. It is approximately from Los Angeles.

In 2005, the city became home to the tenth University of California campus, University of California, Merced (UCM), the first research university built in the U.S. in the 21st century. UC Merced – Mission Statement

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