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The Board Room for Oct. 23

Announcements ▪ The law firm of Sierra IP Law PC announced that William K. Nelson has become a shareholder in the firm. He specializes in patents, trademarks, copyrights, trade secrets, unfair competition and related litigation. ▪ The East Fresno Kiwanis Foundation donated more than $10,000 to the student livestock auction at the …

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Utilities delay effort to map wildfire risk from power lines

A report says California utilities have helped delay efforts for nearly a decade to map where power lines pose the greatest wildfire risk. The report Sunday in The Mercury News comes as the state investigates whether downed power lines owned by Pacific Gas & Electric Co. sparked the deadliest collection …

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Woman dies after car crash in Northeast Fresno

The Fresno Police Department is now investigating a deadly crash near E. Shields Avenue and North Fresno Street. (FOX26 News) NORTHEAST FRESNO, Calif. (FOX26 News) — The Fresno Police Department is now investigating a deadly crash near E. Shields Avenue and North Fresno Street. Police say a woman in her …

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Critics of partisan fund-raising are unfair

Thank you for the story Oct. 7 on Vice President Pence’s attendance in Las Vegas honoring the victims of the shooting. I appreciate you acknowledging that he and his wife honored them with a prayer after the unity prayer walk. With California being a majority Democratic state, it’s nice that …

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Football Game Recap: Fresno Christian vs. Laton

Laton featured prominently on the scoreboard in its previous game, but it had difficulty even getting on the board against Fresno Christian. Laton had a rough outing against Fresno Christian last week, losing 59 – 8. Laton wasn’t expected to win (the team is 14 ranks behind in the state), …

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Julian Edelman memoir ‘Relentless’ available this week

Julian Edelman may be out of the New England Patriots lineup with a season-ending knee injury, but fans can still get their fill of the star receiver when his new book goes on sale. His memoir “Relentless ” co-written by Boston sportswriter Tom Curran is available starting Tuesday. The book …

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Fresno TV pitchman has ties to Hmong homeland scam

Fresno businessman Steve Moua says he was working with a Minnesota man to collect donations that they vowed would be used to create a country for Hmong refugees in Southeast Asia. He went on Hmong television to solicit tens of thousands of dollars for the project. But prosecutors say Moua’s …

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Weinstein sex scandal reverberates in California’s Capitol

The Harvey Weinstein sexual misconduct scandal that has roiled Southern California’s smugly cloistered entertainment industry reverberated last week in the equally smug and cloistered state Capitol. More than 140 women – legislators, Capitol staffers, lobbyists and political consultants – signed an open letter denouncing… Article Source

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FAA: Fate of those aboard plane that crashed unknown

The FAA says a plane crashed near El Capitan Reservoir in San Diego County but the fate of those aboard was unknown. The San Diego Union-Tribune reports that an FAA spokesman said the agency was told a small plane with two people aboard was reported missing Saturday after it left …

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