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Metallic baby giraffe faces mama at Fresno home

This week’s Ask Me column uncovers the backstory of two metal giraffes in the front yard of a Fresno, California, home, looks into the history of the town of Conejo, and learns the origins of bricks in the Old Administration Building at Fresno City College.

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Brickmakers left their mark on Fresno City College

This week’s Ask Me column solves the mystery of finger imprints left behind in bricks in the Old Administration Building of the former Fresno Normal School, remembers two school traffic safety police officers, and explains how Lacjac Avenue got its name.

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