Posted by George Hostetter on March 11, 2014
I never met Hans Ostergard of Easton. But the man is my hero.
Let me explain. I was exploring Tuesday evening in The Bee’s morgue (where we keep bound volumes of past editions) when I came across a remarkable story written by Louie Galvan.
The date: May 21, 1968. The headline: “Nearly Blind Hiker Wages Rubbish War.”
Posted by George Hostetter on March 10, 2014
I went to a news conference last month in the 5800 block of East Ramona Avenue, on the eastern edge of Fresno City Council Member Paul Caprioglio’s District 4.
Posted by George Hostetter on February 25, 2014
Fresno’s debate on the homeless has taken a dramatic turn.
Posted by George Hostetter on February 24, 2014
A handful of thoughts on Fulton Mall:
Posted by George Hostetter on February 20, 2014
I’m working on an advance story for the Feb. 27 Fresno City Council meeting. That’s when the council is expected to vote on the future of Fulton Mall — bring back cars to the six blocks between Tuolumne and Inyo avenues, spruce up the place or leave it as is?
Posted by George Hostetter on February 17, 2014
Joe Levy helped me see why the Valley’s economy is such a mess.
Posted by George Hostetter on February 18, 2014
My newsroom colleague Marek Warszawski delivered another thought-provoking production of “The War Zone” in the Feb. 17 edition of The Bee’s Sports Section. Here’s one of his items: