Letters to the Editor

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    Rangel's strong public service

    Rebeca Rangel is a graduate of Fresno High School and Fresno City College. She continued on at UC Santa Cruz and transferred to CSU San Jose, where she got her master's degree in Social Science. She returned to District 1, where she has lived since 1999. Rebeca's opponent, Esmeralda Soria, has lived...

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    Changes at Knott's Berry Farm

    Knott's Berry Farm has been lost. We arrived at the amusement park for our twice yearly outing with the grandkids and to buy Knott's Berry Farm jam, jellies and preserves as gifts.

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    River restoration is a money pit

    This is in response to Mark Grossi's April 17 story on the transport of salmon in the San Joaquin River.

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    Smittcamp is the better choice

    I have worked for the Fresno County Public Defender Office for 18 years. While a criminal defense attorney, I want the same thing as most other Fresno County residents: a safe community with a criminal justice system that focuses on justice, not politics.

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    Give money where it really helps

    My husband went shopping at the north Fresno Home Depot while I shopped at Costco. I finished before him and waited in the car with my windows down. I noticed a woman approaching shoppers and talking with them. One gentleman reached in his wallet and handed her some money. I then noticed a second...

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    Elliott set standard as TV anchor

    Bud Elliott's recent announcement about his retirement should be emphasized more. This newspaper failed to acknowledge his CNN origins, and expertise in both radio and television.

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    Push for water recycling

    Earth Day and Earth week got me thinking that we, as a city, should be more conservative about our water supply because we are in a drought. The April 15 Bee editorial "Valley leaders must embrace water recycling" is so true. We just don't have enough water to waste.

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    Weeding out political corruption

    I read with interest The Bee editorial of March 28 discussing the Sen. Leland Yee indictment. The editors point out that local district attorney's offices have a big role to play in addressing political corruption.

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    The truth is on Armenians' side

    I am saddened that 99 years after the Armenian genocide of 1915 that Christian Armenians are still under persecution in Turkey and some parts of the Middle East.

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    Rodeos are cruel to animals

    I completely agree with Paula Savino (April 20) regarding the cruelty to animals in rodeos. I have always wondered why the Humane Society, SPCA and PETA have not stepped in to stop these events. It is animal abuse and people are paying to watch it -- and taking their children. If you go, check out...

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