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tool goes here It was a big week for school news -- an embattled Fresno Unified trustee stepped down, and a Fresno couple funded a scholarship that could give middle-school students from a hard-pressed neighborhood an incentive to go to college.
Seven pest control men caught Afkar Abdullah / 13 September 2012 The Sharjah Police have arrested seven Bangladeshis in connection with the death of three-year-old Egyptian girl Habiba and the hospitalisation of her six-year-old brother Abdul Rahman
Annual Conference, in National Harbor, Maryland , on October 1st ...Ward Memorial Award is presented annually to only one of over 600 air traffic control facilities nationwide. This year's award recognizes Serco's Eagle, Colorado Air Traffic Control
Text Size: tool goes here Fresno City Council President Clint Olivier expressed dismay Friday that only one company stepped forward to bid on a possible contract to take over animal-control services for the city and Fresno County.
5 August 2012 Dozens of councils have closed down their pest control services over the past two years in a bid to cut costs. Local authorities are not legally obliged to provide the service, making it a candidate for cuts as councils seek to absorb
Latin American importers are more cautious with goods they buy in East Asia and are hiring quality-control services to check their imports at source, new business data indicated. The importers' caution hasn't affected the volumes but protectionist
Tuesday Apr 17, 2012 Marketing Consultant Graham McGregor on the value of looking for a 'better way' to improve your sales and profits. If you want fantastic business results, one secret is to spend a few minutes every day looking for a 'Better Way'
Because Kennedy, 45, is accused of soliciting for a pest control company, that puts the case under the bureau's jurisdiction. The state has asked an administrative law judge to level a $1,600 fine against Kennedy, accusing her of pretending to be a
The city is cutting its contract with Larimer Humane Society which enforces animal-protection and -control laws and ordinances by 20 percent, or $90,000, starting Jan. 1. The proposed cuts mean the Humane Society will limit animal-control field
Last week, Borough Administrator Ted Ehrenburg declined to name the bidder, but said it is a non-profit outfit. Ehrenburg said he expects the Borough Council will review the bid and discuss it as a matter of negotiations in closed session Tuesday