With the current national health crisis gripping the country, the Mariposa Gazette is working on providing as much information as possible to the public.
Because of this ongoing situation, our website, mariposagazette.com, will be available to everyone free of charge for at least the next two weeks.
“This is a national crisis and we want to do our part in helping get out as much information as possible,” said Nicole W. Little, publisher of the newspaper.
We will have various links available for people to access, including Mariposa County, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the California Department of Public Health, Mountain Crisis Services and possibly others.
These links, said Little, will be available continuously through our breaking news link on the website.
Our e-edition and the stories in the newspaper will be free to the public beginning on Thursday.
We are also updating various postponements and cancellations throughout the county. Those, too, will be available online. If you have an event that is being changed, please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can keep the public updated.