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tool goes here What was supposed to be a simple pledge of support for children in Fresno County on Tuesday morphed into a political firestorm that left many community activists doubting how much county leaders really care about kids. The Board of
18 PM Text Size: tool goes here The much-criticized tax hikes that hit Fresno County farmers over the past two years got validation this week from a report by the grand jury. The citizen-investigations panel found that the county Assessor-Recorder's
Text Size: tool goes here Gov. Jerry Brown in his State of the State address Thursday once again talked of reforming the California Environmental Quality Act, drawing cheers from San Joaquin Valley legislators.
White House issued a formal statement which confirms that there is no strong evidence about extraterrestrials (ETs) or aliens ever make contact with humans. The statement is an official response the United States (U.S.) following the two petitions
WASHINGTON, UNITED STATES - blow and bitter disappointment to the millions of land that have always believed in UFOs, Unidentified Flying Objects, or Unidentified Flying Objects, in short, flying saucers, with its creatures from other worlds, in
Washington - A variety of conspiracy theories about the existence of aliens, widely heard dozens of years in the United States (U.S.). President Barack Obama's government denied it.Many parties expressed somewhere in the galaxy, there
No alien visits or UFO cover-ups, White House says The White House has responded to two petitions asking the US government to formally acknowledge that aliens have visited Earth and to disclose to any intentional withholding of government
Fresno County supervisors on Tuesday ended their stalemate over how their legislative districts should be redrawn and unanimously agreed to new boundaries for the five districts. Supervisor Henry Perea's central Fresno district, according to the
Fresno County Supervisor Susan Anderson might represent more of Clovis...Supervisor Henry Perea might represent part of the Fig Garden or more of south Fresno. And Supervisor Judy Case may or may not represent the community of Malaga, as she does now.
Fresno County supervisors have begun digging in to defend their political turf as new census figures show a need to redraw their districts before next year's elections. Population shifts over the past decade have left the five supervisors with an