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Valley Edition - November 13, 2018 - Fresno Parks, Kern County Supervisors, Tulare Regional Hospital
Nov. 14, 2018
Over A Hundred Organizations And Community Leaders Endorsed It, So Why Didn't Measure P Pass?
Frazier Park Author Gives Voice To Family Of Those Caught Up In Substance Use Disorders
Californians Have Passed Nine Water Bonds In A Row, So Why Not Proposition 3?
“Peace Is The Real Objective Of Warfare" - Words From Fresno Veterans
Despite Efforts To Elect Another Latino In Kern County, Incumbent Wins
With Measure H Approval, A New Era Begins For Tulare Regional Medical Center
In Election Upset, Sanger City Councilmember Hurtado On Way To State Senate
Remembering Fresno Poet And Professor Peter Everwine
Political Science Professors On Kern County Candidates And Cannabis
Nov. 7, 2018
Fresno Has The State's Largest Hmong Population. This Group Is Making Sure Their Voices Are Heard
Nov. 6, 2018
“An Exploration Of How We Move Through Our Fears:” A Conversation With Makers Of “Free Solo”
Valley Edition - November 11, 2018 - "I Voted" Sticker, Helping Hmong Speakers Vote, "Free Solo"
Her Grandparents Worked With Cesar Chavez, Now She’s Running For Kingsburg City Council
They're Sticky, Oval-Shaped, Red, White, And Blue. Why Do We Get "I Voted" Stickers?
Valley Edition - October 30, 2018 - News Deserts, Leaked Memo Narrowing Gender, Donald Munro
Nov. 1, 2018
Some Rural Fresno County Towns Have A Local Newspaper, But They're Still News Deserts
Oct. 31, 2018
Latino USA Reports That Warehouse Jobs Are Expanding, But Are They Solid Middle-Class Jobs Yet?
Work And College: Students Take On Both, But Research Says That's Putting Them Behind
Donald Munro Celebrates A Year Of Independent Arts Reporting On "The Munro Review"
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