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Lemoore’s Bagley finishes third in State, DeMatto takes 13th

Shane Bagley, Lemoore High School senior, finished in third place in the pole vault event at the 102nd annual CIF State Track and Field Championships held May 27 and 28 at Veterans Memorial Stadium in Clovis.Bagley entered the final day of the State Championships in position to medal after qualifying as the No. 1 seed in the prelims on May 27. Bagley cleared a height of 16-feet-1 inch to claim the third spot.Bagley cleared the height of 16-feet-1 inch on his third and final attempt to advance to the top 3.&ldq...

Shane Bagley, Lemoore High School senior, finished in third place in the pole vault event at the 102nd annual CIF State Track and Field Championships held May 27 and 28 at Veterans Memorial Stadium in Clovis.

Bagley entered the final day of the State Championships in position to medal after qualifying as the No. 1 seed in the prelims on May 27. Bagley cleared a height of 16-feet-1 inch to claim the third spot.

Bagley cleared the height of 16-feet-1 inch on his third and final attempt to advance to the top 3.

“It was a battle, Bagley said after the event. “I could have done better. I was on 185 pole, and I think if I would have got in on my 185 then I could have cleared 16-feet-5 of 16-feet-9, but I was a little tired from warm ups and now it’s night time, so it was a long day.”

Hunter O’Brien from Roosevelt, Eleanor in the Southern Section won the pole vault event, while Hunter Green from Buchanan High School finished in second place. Despite, finishing in third place, Bagley said that being from a small town motivated him to succeed.

“It means a lot to get third place being from Lemoore,” Bagley said. “Hard work has paid off. It was a lot of dedication.”

Bagley will attend College of the Sequoias next year. He said that he is going to miss competing at Lemoore High School.

“It went by faster that I thought. At the beginning I thought it was taking forever and all of the sudden I am at the end,” Bagley said. “I am kind of going to miss it, but I am looking forward to my college years.”

Sierra Pacific’s Nathanael DeMatto finished 13th overall in the 110-meter hurdles event in the prelim round with a time of 14.97 seconds. DeMatto did not qualify for the finals on May 28, but still had a solid effort. DeMatto did finish as the top runner from the Central Section in the State Championships.

“I’d have to say coming In as one of the younger guys it can be hard to stay positive,” DeMatto said. “But. you just have to go out there and try your hardest. You might surprise yourself.”

DeMatto qualified for the State Championships after finishing in second place in the Central Section Masters meet on May 21. The sophomore was coming off a Division IV Championship, which he won on May 11 at the Division IV Championships in Fowler.

Central High School from Fresno was the overall winner of the State Championship on the boys side, while Serra High School took home the team title for the girls.

Top Gun: Maverick Filming Locations Explored

Tom Cruise performing his usual dangerous stunts will always be thrilling. But it’s the locations of his movies that pique our attention too. Especially Top Gun: Maverick. Tom Cruise makes his return as Captain Pete Maverick Mitchell from the original movie.After more than 30 years of service as one of the Navy’s leading aviators, Pete “Maverick” Mitchell is back where he belongs. Pushing the boundaries as an adventurous test pilot while avoiding advancement in positions that would ground him....

Tom Cruise performing his usual dangerous stunts will always be thrilling. But it’s the locations of his movies that pique our attention too. Especially Top Gun: Maverick. Tom Cruise makes his return as Captain Pete Maverick Mitchell from the original movie.

After more than 30 years of service as one of the Navy’s leading aviators, Pete “Maverick” Mitchell is back where he belongs. Pushing the boundaries as an adventurous test pilot while avoiding advancement in positions that would ground him.

Maverick must confront the darkness of his history. And his greatest fears while training a detachment of graduates for a special assignment. Ultimately results in a task that demands the supreme sacrifice from those who choose to fly it.

This movie includes some stunning sequences, and we’d like to know where they were filmed.

Top Gun: Maverick’s Breathtaking Filming Locations

Time to explore. The movie’s production officially started on May 30, 2018, in San Diego, California. The majority of the movie’s scenes were filmed in California. There are a bunch of locations to explore. Sit tight.

A 15-person production crew from Paramount and Bruckheimer Films was onboard the ship the Norfolk-based aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln in late August to capture flight deck operations.

The United States Navy’s fifth Nimitz-class aircraft carrier is the USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72). She is the Navy’s second ship called after former President Abraham Lincoln. NAS North Island in San Diego, California is her home port.

South Lake Tahoe is up next. It is, in fact, a California holiday resort on Lake Tahoe in the Sierra Nevada mountains. Lake Tahoe serves as the movie’s exciting climax in Top Gun: Maverick.

It is well-known for its surrounding ski resorts and beaches, such as El Dorado Beach, which has picnic areas. When it comes to stuff to do in South Lake Tahoe, you can ride down the mountain from the summit of Heavenly Mountain Resort at 10,067 feet or swim into Lake Tahoe.

South Lake Tahoe has snowy upland weather with cold winters and frequent snowfall, and summers with warm to hot days and cool temperatures with really low humidity. The ideal location, right?

Naval Air Station Lemoore, or NAS Lemoore, is a United States Navy base in Kings and Fresno counties in California. NAS Lemoore, inaugurated in 1961, appears meaningful and continues to stand out from the farmlands of Central California, as seen from an aircraft flying above.

The facilities’ interiors have been used for scenes featuring group meetings, official dressing-downs, and bust-ups. Individuals witnessed filming in this location.

Eldorado National Forest is a United States National Forest in eastern California’s central Sierra Nevada mountain spectrum. The majority of the forest has a cool mountainous Mediterranean climate, with warm, dry summers and cold, rainy winters.

El Dorado County is included in the Sacramento-Roseville-Arden-Arcade, CA Combined Statistical Area. It is entirely within the Sierra Nevada, stretching from the ancient Gold Country in the west to the High Sierra in the east.

This location’s scenes were taken from mountainous terrain and river canyons. Because of its place in Sierra Nevada, the county has spinning hills and mountainous areas.

This location may be familiar from the scenes with the P-51 Mustang and the music video “Hold My Hand.” What is there to say about an airport? But here’s an intriguing fact. During WWII, the US Navy used Inyokern Airport as Harvey Field, which launched on May 10, 1944.

The Indian Wells Valley Airport District owns and operates it, and it continues to serve the Indian Wells Valley area. The airport primarily serves general aviation.

Along with these locations, the movie was filmed in Los Angeles, Sierra District State Parks, Lake Tahoe Airport, and other locations.

The location appears to be spectacular. You’re welcome to share your opinions in the comments area below.

Drought-shortened water supply released down Kings River during peak demand

FRESNO COUNTY, Calif — Water has begun to flow from Pine Flat Dam throughout parts of the Central Valley as of 3 a.m. Sunday.The water will run to the lower part of the Kings River that will then deliver water into Fresno, Kings, and portions of Tulare County. It will then make its way downstream and head to Lemoore Weir.The newly released water also marks the start of recreation usage.Fishermen were spotted Sunday afternoon casting lines at Avocado Lake.Marco Lemus says he made the trip from Reedley to the ...

FRESNO COUNTY, Calif — Water has begun to flow from Pine Flat Dam throughout parts of the Central Valley as of 3 a.m. Sunday.

The water will run to the lower part of the Kings River that will then deliver water into Fresno, Kings, and portions of Tulare County. It will then make its way downstream and head to Lemoore Weir.

The newly released water also marks the start of recreation usage.

Fishermen were spotted Sunday afternoon casting lines at Avocado Lake.

Marco Lemus says he made the trip from Reedley to the lake because he heard the water was going to be released.

"I was like, you know what, I might go up there, it’s going to get pretty full," Lemus said. “I've gone fishing in calm waters. I don't really catch much, so, more with the stream and some rocky areas, that’s where I catch much of my fish.”

With deliveries moving so quickly downstream, officials are warning those near the water to be mindful while enjoying their summer.

“It often surprises people how fast that water is moving, so just use caution in and around the water,” said Watermaster, Steve Haugen, with the Kings River Water Association. “We don't want anybody getting hurt.”

The main reason for the release is for agriculture purposes.

During this time, water is up for grabs for canal companies and irrigation districts. This, in return, will provide water for growers in their area.

The heavy flow, however, is expected to last only 50-70 days and was cut short because of a reduced snowpack.

According to Haugen, this year’s water release started later than usual because of the drought. He also mentioned that the flow of water usually starts in the early spring of wet years.

In a normal year, though, it typically starts in April or May.

"Folks will be able to shut off some of their wells and then rely on the surface water for irrigation, leaving some groundwater behind to help those that don't have surface water rights," Haugen said.

Officials expect the flow of water to arrive at Highway 99 by noon, Monday.

It should make its way to Lemoore in about 3-4 days depending on how fast the water moves.

Daley Homes asks Lemoore City Council to approve housing expansion

Addressing the issue of whether municipalities should allow builders to construct multi-family dwellings like duplexes and condos, the Lemoore City Council received two recommended actions from City staff this week.The Council held a public hearing on Tuesday to consider a request by a housing developer to change the status of an existing land-use designation. A Lemoore staff report provided to the City Council offers two recommendations: one would approve the request; the other would reject it.Daley Homes is building houses on...

Addressing the issue of whether municipalities should allow builders to construct multi-family dwellings like duplexes and condos, the Lemoore City Council received two recommended actions from City staff this week.

The Council held a public hearing on Tuesday to consider a request by a housing developer to change the status of an existing land-use designation. A Lemoore staff report provided to the City Council offers two recommendations: one would approve the request; the other would reject it.

Daley Homes is building houses on an undeveloped 7.09-acre site at the northeast corner of state routes 198 and 41, south of San Simeon Drive and Arcata Avenue.

The builder is requesting the city rezone the General Plan map to add 30 residential units on the site.

As originally approved in 2008, the site was designated to accommodate approximately 23 residential units.

"Roughly three-quarters of the site would be designated and zoned Low-Medium Density Residential and likely consist of duplex and triplex housing units similar to the units Daley Homes has previously constructed along Sonoma Avenue to the northwest of the site," the comprehensive report states.

In 2008, Caltrans determined the property was needed to improve future traffic flows for routes 198 and 41. Consequently, the city decided not to approve a land-use designation in 2008, and did not issue a zoning ordinance in 2012.

Four years later, after Caltrans elected not to purchase the site, the Lemoore Planning Commission and City Council approved a modified version of Daley Homes' zoning request. The council "designated the entire site Low Density Residential."

At the time, adjacent property owners to the north expressed concerns about a modified request to designate a portion of the site as low-medium density for zoning purposes.

The staff report makes clear portions of the site will remain low density, in keeping with the City Council's 2016 decision.

"The proposal would allow for a mix of single-family and multi-family housing on the site," the report continues. "City Staff had recommended approval to encourage a greater mix of housing."

However, the Lemoore Planning Commission recommended the City Council not approve the housing developer's request, "agreeing with neighbors who testified that the additional housing units would create land-use compatibility conflicts and increase traffic."

Lemoore city staff provided the council with two sets of findings. The first entails approving the request to increase the number of housing units on the site. The second addresses denial of the project proposal to expand the number of residential units from 23 to approximately 53.

If the council denies the request, the site will remain Low Density Residential, meaning only single-family and two-family homes can be built on the site, resulting in fewer available housing units.

If the City Council decides to approve the request, staff recommends declaring the general plan amendment in the public interest and making it clear the amended zoning map will have no significant effect on the environment under California Environmental Quality Act guidelines.

Staff also recommends that if the council agrees to allow an additional 30 housing units on the site, it "may rely on this increased capacity for future projects to ensure no net loss in residential capacity."

Conversely, if the City Council votes to deny the request to expand the number of housing units on the site, staff urged the council to make it clear doing so is not in the public interest, primarily because of concerns about roadway congestion.

"The proposal will increase traffic on adjacent and surrounding roadways," the staff states in its report recommendations for opposing the request.

In addition, the report recommends that if the council denies the request, it makes clear to the public "the proposal would result in land-use patterns not consistent with the surrounding neighborhood."

No site plan or tentative subdivision map are being proposed at this time, according to the staff report provided to the City Council.

Surveillance camera captures deadly water tank explosion in Lemoore

LEMOORE, California. (KSEE) – The City of Lemoore has declared a State of Emergency following the deadly water tank explosion Monday afternoon.The rupture of a 1.5-million-gallon city water tank has left the site out of operation.City officials released new footage Tuesday night that captured the moment the tank exploded, hurting a city employee and killing a contactor.“As a contractor started to weld, an explosion ensued, the tank separated from the ground, lifted approximately 70 feet vertically before a ts...

LEMOORE, California. (KSEE) – The City of Lemoore has declared a State of Emergency following the deadly water tank explosion Monday afternoon.

The rupture of a 1.5-million-gallon city water tank has left the site out of operation.

City officials released new footage Tuesday night that captured the moment the tank exploded, hurting a city employee and killing a contactor.

“As a contractor started to weld, an explosion ensued, the tank separated from the ground, lifted approximately 70 feet vertically before a tsunami occurred, causing major damage to well site 7,” explained Lemoore City Manager Nathan Olson.

Olson says an injured city employee is now out of the hospital and is resting with family, but a 41-year-old contractor named Dion Jones never made it home.

“Mr. Jones is married with three children. He has worked for Filanc for 16 years as a union carpenter,” said Olson.

Until the site is fixed, residents are urged to save water by not watering their lawns or using hoses to spray down concrete or cars.

Jamie Paich says he’s noticed low water pressure at his home.

“It was just a little bit low but still running, still clear,” said Paich.

He’s not concerned about conserving water since he does it anyway.

“Well, I’ve got this drip irrigation put in, I don’t water the back yard, I don’t take very long showers, I get in get wet and turn the water off, a navy shower,” Paich explained.

Firefighters also felt the impact of low pressure as they battled a five-acre grass fire Tuesday afternoon near the site of the explosion.

“They are using tactics where they aren’t using a lot of water. We have our bulldozer coming in to put a line around it so we won’t need to use as much water putting a line around it,” said Kings County Fire Battalion Chief Sal Gutierrez.

The city says the water is safe to drink despite low pressure and possible discoloration, but there is potential for a boil water notice in the coming days if things change.

A GoFundMe account has been set up to help the family of Dion Jones during this time.

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