Welcome to Essential California! newsletter. It is Friday, May 20. My name is Diana Markum, I write from Cressman’s General Store, where a family stopped by a broken radiator.
Cressman’s is located on Highway 168 in the Fresno area of Sierra Nևada. The people who live in the central valley call it the plains, it is at the very top, where the road narrows in two of the four lanes, the burning road becomes a pine-scented shade, or at least it was done before the 2020 Creek fire.
Now the only thing here is the new gas station և shop, which is located in a freight container surrounded by crumbling ghost trees. Mobile service is variegated in these mountains, ես Kresman has always been a place where people knew they could reach if there were difficulties.
Roxanne Marshall և Dave Parker had a hard time. Smoke billowed from their truck, which was towing a travel video they had bought during the epidemic as an escape hatch. “Sometimes it seems like the world is going to hell with a hand cart, never coming back,” Dave said. “Then you meet someone like those two in that store.”
Theresa Foster և Hochitl Caballero gave them a cold drink և use the phone. When they needed to know the size of their radiator, Teresa called the driver of her children’s school bus, and she ran on the tape. Everyone who entered the gas station was greeted and asked if they needed a hand.
Roxanna was shocked at first. He had three small dogs in the back seat, and five of them had five teeth extracted.
But Teresa went out with Baku with her 1-year-old Great Pyrenees. “The tank can calm anyone down,” Teresa said.
He had a lot of practice. The original Cressman’s, if you’ve ever been to Huntington or Shaver Lakes, you’ve crossed it, next to an old white-green barn where a man was selling the art of sawing bear bears, it has been there since 1904. It had bakery և dishes. But when it reopened in a temporary container, Teresa brought Baki to work because there was no food around.
Many in the community had left. The rest were uprooted, mixed and intimidated. People started coming in just to communicate with Baku.
Khochitl lost the house where he lived before the fire. He is not sure if he is injured or recovering. “In a few days you achieve something you have no other, it seems to you that the end of the world is again,” he said. “But there is a lot to be thankful for, not to get ahead.”
He said he saw clusters of yellow narcissus growing on the hills this spring. The hill behind the shop was covered with green grass, orange tulips and lavender lupine.
Roxanna’s daughter Alisha has arrived with a new radiator. The 24-year-old girl is a nurse at the children’s hospital, this was her weekend. He planned to drive in a trailer with his 22-year-old brother Alton and Dave’s 88-year-old mother Barbara in the car. Then Dave and Roxanne sent them with them to buy a forgotten generator, then a chainsaw, then a radiator.
“But they remembered the fishing rods,” he said with a laugh.
His mother also laughed as he walked with Alton in the parking lot. He has severe autism and can not speak. “When you have a disabled child, you learn to laugh at everything,” Roxanne said.
In his hand he had inked Theresa և Khochitli’s names so he would remember them for the gift cards he intended to bring.
The radiator was changed, they were finally on their way to Bondok, standing on a forested land without electricity or water. If they are lucky, ակը the fire does not reach the place they found near the river, their camp will wait until they can drive up to their house in Sanger. Someone told Roxanne that they had heard a child say he liked to look at wildflowers until his eyeball hurt. He said that is what he hopes to do this summer.
And now, Here is what is happening in California.
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Inside the Irwin Taiwanese Presbyterian Church, Pastor Billy Chang read from the Book of Isaiah: But those who trust in the Lord will restore their strength. They will soar on the wings like eagles. they will run, will they not get tired? They will walk and will not faint. ” A few hours later the parishioners had to find that strength to save their lives, when the stranger locked them in the hall and started firing. Dr. John Cheng gave his life to save others. Los Angeles Times
California mothers share their breast milk. With store shelves empty, state aid for infant formula shortages has not yet begun, and breastfeeding women from across California donate their breast milk to strangers. Los Angeles Times
Hospitals in the Los Angeles area are being replenished with COVID-19 patients. The significant increase in numbers raises new concerns that healthcare systems may be strained again. Los Angeles Times
The Los Angeles-based cash advance payment app is an updated version of Payday Lender. At a time when many Californians are living on wages, many banks are reluctant to cut too much. Apps like Dave, with rich graphics and beautiful names, allow you to charge a large non-cash amount to avoid further damage to bank payments. Los Angeles Times
Los Angeles Beloved Angel (who can still be seen wearing his pink corvette while driving around town) receives Peacock biopsy treatment. Los Angeles Times
It makes us remember all the moments of our IRL Angelyne. Los Angeles Times
Why not find a fridge in Los Angeles? How the city has become “a deviation without a refrigerator is one of the most mysterious, least enjoyable eccentricities in the region,” writes Liam Dillon. Los Angeles Times
We know you have a story about “the time when…” Help us celebrate the Hollywood Bowl by sharing your memories as the venue approaches its 100th season. Los Angeles Times
POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT
Richard Riordan, the last Republican mayor of Los Angeles, approved of Rick Caruso. In the early 1990s, Riordan ran a mayoral campaign similar to that of Caruso, a former Republican now running as a Democrat, focused on making public security more business-friendly. Los Angeles Times
Federal Bureau of Investigation recordings reveal a secret “cabal” that runs Anaheim., where Disneyland Resort, National Hockey League Ducks, and Major League Baseball Angels are located. Corruption scandal jeopardizes Angel Stadium deal. Los Angeles Times
Pennsylvania Democrat Pays for Blitz Advertising Confirms Candidate MAGA Good Faith. It was a step straight from the California Booklet to choose your opponent. Los Angeles Times
HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT
California’s powerful oil lobbies helped unions repeal a bill banning oil drilling in state-controlled waters. Seven months after the big spill, the 953rd Senate bill failed to capture the Goalkeeping Committee. Los Angeles Times
A century after the Colorado River was divided between the western states, there is an urgent call to revise the pact in the face of ever-worsening drought. “It’s absolutely urgent that we start thinking now, as long as there is time,” former Secretary of the Interior Bruce Babbitt told our Water Correspondent Ian James. Los Angeles Times
Interview with Nobel Laureate Frank Wilczek Maybe you should pay more attention to the rainbow, take into account the difference between curiosity and surprise. Los Angeles Times
Babies, babies, babies. Rihanna, who can change her pregnancy clothes forever, met her boyfriend ASAP Rocky’s boyfriend on May 13 in Los Angeles. TMZ:
And the twin sisters gave birth to boys on the same day At Kaiser Permanente Hospital in Anaheim. It was not intended that way. Washington Post:
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In 1946, my father, William F. Hailer sold the property on West Pico Boulevard to Alan Baker of Chicago, and then Mr. Baker built the iconic Apple Pan restaurant. I had the very first steak burger, a piece of apple pie baked by Mr. Baker’s mother, Mrs. Gamble. At the time, I was attending an afternoon class at Overland Avenue School. Surprisingly, the Apple Pan is still thriving three and a half centuries later. Prices have risen, but the interior is still very much the same.
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