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  • Mike Dunbar: Time for county officials to ban people from our rivers

    Mike Dunbar, the editorial page editor of The Modesto Bee, is urging Stanislaus, Merced and San Joaquin county officials to ban the recreational use of the Tuolumne, Merced and Stanislaus rivers until they are deemed safe. The cold, rapid water this spring has led to several drownings. (Brian Clark/bclark@modbee.com)

Mike Dunbar: Time for county officials to ban people from our rivers

Mike Dunbar, the editorial page editor of The Modesto Bee, is urging Stanislaus, Merced and San Joaquin county officials to ban the recreational use of the Tuolumne, Merced and Stanislaus rivers until they are deemed safe. The cold, rapid water this spring has led to several drownings. (Brian Clark/bclark@modbee.com)