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Keep Your Home California principal reduction program provides as much as $100,000 to help homeowner

More than 1 of every 4 Fresno County mortgages are underwater, but Keep Your Home California has a free program that could provide as much as $100,000 to get financially strapped homeowners back on track.

In fact, a loan-to-value ratio of 120% or greater is now considered a qualifying hardship for Keep Your Home California’s Principal Reduction Program. The federally funded, state-managed program can often get homeowners close to above water on their mortgage while saving them hundreds of dollars every month in payments.

Certainly, California has enjoyed a double-digit increase in home prices during the past two years, but many regions – such as the Central Valley and even in some communities in the Bay Area and Southern California – remain well below the peak prices. The free Principal Reduction Program can help.

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Madera County Veterans Stand Down October 10th

Madera County Veterans Stand Down October 10th

Make sure you have your veteran ID or DD Form 214.  Check with your Madera County (675-7766) or Fresno County (600-5436) Veterans Service Office for more information on obtaining a Veteran ID card.

Book Sale Hosted by Friends of the Fairgrounds Oct. 2-5

Book Sale Hosted by Friends of the Fairgrounds Oct. 2-5

From the Summit to the Sea Oct. 22-24

From the Summit to the Sea Oct. 22-24

Open to Individuals and Clubs. Online form and information: www.fromthesummittothesea.com

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Fire Season 2014: Yosemite Wildfire Forces Evacuations

Fire Season 2014: Yosemite Wildfire Forces Evacuations

YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK, Calif. (KMPH) -

A wildfire that is burning in Yosemite is now being blamed for at least 100 evacuations.

Some park visitors, including hikers, were taken out of Little Yosemite Valley near Half Dome by helicopter on Sunday.

The flames quickly grew to about 700 acres but so far, no buildings are threatened.

Right now there are 100 firefighters on site, with more on the way.

Yosemite National Park is still open as well as all facilities in Yosemite Valley and roads leading to the park.

Some trails have been closed and you can find them by clicking here.

37th Annual Ag Boosters Barbecue September 7th

ACA Extends Coverage for Former Foster Youth

More than 30,000 former foster youth in California are newly eligible for health care coverage, but unfortunately many of them are unaware. One of the hallmarks of the ACA is the option for young adults to stay on their parents’ insurance until age 26. Now, the ACA gives former foster youth the same protections by expanding their Medi-Cal coverage until age 26. Previously former foster youth were only eligible for health care until age 21.
 
There has been a critical need to expand health care coverage for this population as former foster youth are significantly less likely than their peers to have health insurance and often have greater health care needs due to abuse or neglect they experienced in childhood.
 
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