In Case You Missed It Archive

Ceres Courier: Navigating The State's Bureaucratic Maze

March 8, 2017
“Although contacting your elected representative may not be the first thing that comes to mind, it could very well be the most effective.”

Ceres Courier: Our precious resource is just flowing away

February 22, 2017
California has suffered through drought years most of the past decade. It was less than a year ago when San Luis Reservoir stood at half capacity. Today it is nearly full.

The Californian: Fulfilling Dreams with Compassion

February 15, 2017
Immigration is by far the most salient topic in the United States right now. While the current focus is on actions over the past few weeks, we have to have greater perspective.

Cannella bill would allow self-driving car pilot project at Castle

February 14, 2017
Sen. Anthony Cannella, R-Ceres, has introduced a bill that would pave the road for autonomous car testing and research at Castle Commerce Center.

Modesto Bee - Stanislaus makes its case on the rivers

December 20, 2016
We hope the state water board left Modesto having heard one message: It won’t be easy taking the water this region depends on...“If this had already been adopted, (Turlock Irrigation District) would have provided zero water to all their farmers over the last two years,” said Sen. Anthony Cannella,...

Modesto Bee EDITORIAL: State fights itself over fish, but we could be the real losers

August 29, 2016
This week, 20 legislators – including Sen. Anthony Cannella and assemblymembers Adam Gray and Kristin Olsen – urged the Fish & Game Commission to revisit its bass limits.

Label Technology honored for environmentally friendly business practices

August 4, 2016
Labels and Labeling - Label Technology, Inc., a California converter of flexible packaging, pouches, and pressure-sensitive labels, was named Green Business of the year by Senator Anthony Cannella in recognition of the company’s commitment to environmentally-friendly business practices.

Modesto Bee: Fingers pointing over courthouse construction crisis

July 18, 2016
…“Had this problem been brought to the attention of lawmakers in April, we are confident that bipartisan action could have been taken to address the funding shortfall,” reads the bipartisan letter. It was signed by Assembly members Kristin Olsen and Adam Gray, and Sens. Cathleen Galigiani, Anthony...

Merced Sun-Star: Gang violence prevention money headed to Merced

June 28, 2016
Gov. Jerry Brown approved the state budget Monday that includes the $4.5 million championed by Merced-area elected officials to fight gang violence and other law enforcement issues.

The Californian - Salinas to receive $5.5M from state for public safety

June 24, 2016
The city of Salinas expects to receive $5.5 million from the state of California to help tackle crime.