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    Depression can be deadly

    I am a senior at Clovis North High School and attend the Center for Advanced Research and Technology (CART). On average, someone dies by suicide every 13.3 minutes in the United States. Many people believe suicide isn't preventable, but suicide is very much preventable if people are properly educated...

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    Gamoian has 98% convictions

    Public service is a calling like no other. It demands the commitment of leaders in our community to give it their all -- to stop at nothing to get results for people who work hard to pay their taxes and provide for their families.

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    Hill fought recidivism

    Being a good judge is a tough job. You are seeking to find justice, and that is not an easy job. You need balance and a sense of fairness and the wisdom that broad life experiences bring. As a criminal prosecutor while serving several years in Fresno as a deputy district attorney, Rachel Hill worked...

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    Short showers save water

    Our water is running low, and we, as a community, need to do something about it. I'm a student from the Center for Advanced Research and Technology (CART), and coming from a teen's perspective, it is aggravating knowing that people will waste water on a routine such as a 20-minutes-plus shower or...

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    Thanks for good carriers

    Recently our newspaper carrier (Patricia) retired, and I thought we would never have a carrier as good. What a surprise our new newspaper carrier named Matt turned out to be. Matt provides top notch service.

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    Soria helped save garbage workers

    Like most lifelong residents of Fresno, I love our city in a way the politicians simply cannot understand.

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    How much to take the train?

    I love the idea of taking a high-speed train from the Valley and arriving in San Francisco in less than one hour to watch a baseball game, play or go out to dinner.

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    Stop tribal disenrollments

    Since when does a nation expel its citizens? Indian tribes recognized by the federal government have the status of sovereign nations, but there is no historical or modern precedent for citizenship disenrollment. Tribes never banished whole family lines nor do modern, democratic nations.

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    Millions wasted on zoo

    Ten years ago, when the Chaffee Zoo started receiving over $10 million yearly, there was continued bickering, while year after year, money was spent hiring and firing zoo directors.

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    Vidak offers leadership

    We need tested leadership to represent the Valley in the state Senate. With a crippling drought and an education system badly behind the rest of the country, now is the time to make sure we have someone who can be trusted to stand tall in the Legislature. Sen. Andy Vidak, R-Hanford, has been in ...

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