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Your crosses are on the way

Michael Angilo writes that he had had so many calls in response to a Fresno Bee article that “it has been over whelming and such a blessing. I want to assure all of you that have called me that I will get a cross to you.”

Letters to the Editor

Cut losses on high-speed rail now

Support for high-speed rail within the California Assembly remains strong because spending and job promises buy votes from their constituents. Outside of downtown Sacramento, support is waning amongst voters who are concerned about how tax dollars are being spent.

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Trump letters tickle funny bone

I had the best laugh I’d had all week over Tim Smith’s letter of April 24 tongue-in-cheek describing the totally impossible promises that Donald Trump would make should he arrive in Fresno: “You’ll have so much air and water you won’t know what to do with them!”

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Construction for support structures beginning on new Fresno bridge

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Community Medical Centers plans $65 million cancer center

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AsianFest 2016 celebrates Asian culture

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The end of days for the historic Fulton Mall

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Fresno woman becomes an adoptive mother at 96

The story of how Bernice Dyck of Fresno, age 96, became quite possibly the world’s oldest adoptive mother traces to her son’s charity work in Cambodia. Rick Dyck recognized Chenda Kaub Chumb’s scholastic potential when he set up a school there in 2003 and he helped get her to Fresno as an exchange student. Bernice recently adopted Chenda, who is on track to graduate this spring from Fresno State.
SILVIA FLORES sflores@fresnobee.com
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Fresno woman becomes an adoptive mother at 96

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Keeping Fresno park trees alive in drought

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Vietnam veteran talks about his experiences, take aways

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Fresno doctor remembers leaving Vietnam as a teen