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(Sept. 28, 2012)--Fresno Sister Cities' Passport to Fresno launches Friday 5:30-10 p.m. in the Shinzen Gardens in Woodward Park. Cuisine from each of Fresno's seven sister cities from around the world will be offered and entertainment will vary...
Associated Press (Sept. 27, 2012) — A former Fresno City College president has been appointed as the new leader of the nation's largest public college system. The governing board of California Community Colleges on Thursday named Brice Harris as...
(Sept. 27, 2012) – Those delicious and juicy tomato salads of the season could be even more plentiful in the future, thanks to research being conducted at Fresno State. Steve Olson, publications editor for the California Agricultural Technology...
(Sept. 27, 2012) -- State Auditor Elaine Howle and Jon Ortiz and Kevin Yamamura from The Sacramento Bee discuss "State Agency Shenanigans: Squirreling Away Money -- Is That Just Nuts?" on Friday's segment of "The Maddy Report." The host is Mark...
Associated Press (Sept. 27, 2012) -- The NFL's regular officiating crews are back, and Commissioner Roger Goodell has apologized to the fans who fretted about the replacements the last three weeks. After two days of marathon negotiations - and mounting...
(Sept. 26,2012)-- Fresno State will host the 2012 Fresno Housing Market Symposium: “Recovery, rebound, or more of the same?” at the University Business Center on the campus Oct. 4, 7:30 a.m. to noon. Register online at www.gazarian.info.
(Sept. 26, 2012) -- ValleyPBS and the Valley Cultural Coalition are celebrating the Valley’s diverse cultures with the “My Culture/Our Community” video contest. The contest is open to Valley residents from Merced to Kern counties...
(Sept. 26, 2012)-- Fresno County supervisors approved a one-year deal Tuesday with private start-up Liberty Animal Control Services to provide services designed to supplement the Central California Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals....
Associated Press Sept. 26, 2012 -- Gov. Jerry Brown announced Tuesday that he had signed several bills to keep California's state parks open and ensure greater spending oversight after a scandal in which parks officials hid $54 million. Together, the...
(Sept. 26, 2012) – Lyons Magnus Inc. will receive about $100,000 in training funds from the state to keep its 162 employees competitive with out-of-state businesses. Lyons already is a leader in food service and it is getting the money from...