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Sisters Hannah and Holly Johnson didn't plan on being farmers, at least not now. But life threw them a curve and the Johnsons' lives veered in a new direction when they relocated to Laton to care for their ailing 84-year-old father and his 50-acre alfalfa farm.
A contract between Measure G's political consultant and the Fresno County GOP has divided local Republicans, with some feeling it could lead to the same trouble that in 2009 earned the organization a fine from the state's political watchdog.
The Tigers performed a Louisiana stomp on the Bulldogs logo at center court and the last act left at the Fresno Regional was the celebratory cutting down of the nets.
Ceremonies on campus unless noted.
Fresno State graduate Melissa Sanchez is a vivid example of the diversity that retiring President John Welty made a cornerstone of the university's mission during his 22-year tenure.
Family and friends of Fresno State graduates enthusiastically packed the Save Mart Center on Saturday morning for the university's 102nd commencement, the last graduation for retiring President John Welty.
Clovis Unified flipped the switch Friday on phase 1 of its new 5.9-megawatt solar power system. The district's system, the largest school solar project in the Central Valley, is expected to save the district as much as $2.7 million annually.
The Fresno County Board of Education trustees voted Thursday to appoint deputy superintendent Jim Yovino to serve as superintendent of schools until the end of the current term, which expires in December 2014.