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The downside to living in the valley

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Bulldogs welcome new offensive coordinator

New Fresno State offensive coordinator Eric Kiesau joins the program looking to improve from a tough 2015 season. He brings years of experience with successful schools throughout the country. Kiesau spent the 2015 season as an offensive analyst for the ...

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Children explore engineering on campus

More than 70 elementary and middle school students from the Valley spent their Saturday learning, building and discovering what engineers do in the first ever Explore Engineering Saturday Academy, hosted by the Lyles College of Engineering. Students in third through ...

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Conference encourages STEM career paths for female students

Female students in grades 6-12 across the Valley attended the Expanding Your Horizons Conference led by STEM Saturday hosted by The Fresno County Office of Education and sponsored by Fresno State’s Downing Planetarium. Jonathan Dueck, director of STEM (science, technology, ...

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Incoming strong El Niño may not relieve California’s severe drought

California has experienced rainstorms in the last couple of weeks, but these most likely have nothing to do with the predicted El Niño, said Cindy Bean, a meteorologist at the National Weather Service in Hanford. The storms, which hit the ...

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Student voices of the Valley

More than 60 choirs from the Central Valley came together to participate and perform in this year’s three-day Fresno State Invitational Choral Festival held at the music hall. “This festival had been going on for years when I came in ...

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Nationally recognized art professor dead at 67

A nationally recognized art and design professor who was an active part of the Fresno community died Saturday. Dr. Paulette Fleming, 67, joined Fresno State as a faculty member in 1988. Throughout her life, she dedicated herself toward educating the ...

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Fresno State lends a hand to autism

Fresno State and Valley Children’s Hospital joined forces and open a satellite center July 16 near Madera , providing services for children with autism. The mission of the center is to become a leader of early intervention through training, research ...

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New football season brings new tailgate policies

A new tailgate policy took effect at Fresno State before the start of Thursday’s season opener against Abilene Christian. Tailgaters who park in the blue, white or red lots on the west side of Cedar Avenue are now allowed to ...

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Fresno State study highlights impact of drought on the Valley

A Fresno State study has produced new information that as much as $3.3 billion has been lost in agricultural revenue because of the California Drought. Led by the Fresno State’s Water Cohort team, the research studied the impact of the ...

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Castro: Looking forward to my third year

Q: You are starting your third year as Fresno State’s president. What are you looking forward to this year and how do you plan to, as you say it, be bolder? A: I am very excited about starting my third ...

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Downtown hopes ice rink draws crowds

Ice-skating returned to Downtown Fresno Monday with the opening of the ice rink that drew 30,000 people last year to the Fulton Mall at Mariposa Plaza.

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Fresno State embraces Honor Flight veterans

The opportunity for 69 Valley World War II veterans to visit war memorials in Washington, D.C., through the Central Valley Honor Flight organization had an impact beyond those who went on the trip.

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NFL Hall of Famer talks business success

Former NFL player and entrepreneur Ronnie Lott shared advice for success at the eighth annual Central Valley Venture Forum Tuesday. Lott delivered his keynote speech about business, success and what he learned from his Hall of Fame career.

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Valley under cloud of drought

By Hailey Mayo Fresno State’s Center for Irrigation Technology warns that the San Joaquin Valley may be approaching a severe long-term drought without increased rainfall this season and if it doesn’t change its water consumption habits.

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New farm market grand opening

A crowd of nearly 300 people gathered at 5368 N. Chestnut Ave. on Monday morning to celebrate what some called a marriage between the Fresno State farm market and the community.

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Wanted: transparency and Valley ties

Fresno State is in the market for a new president. On Monday morning the people responsible for the search gathered in the Satellite Student Union for an open meeting.

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Players from the Valley

Fresno State will travel to Nevada this Saturday for the battle of the last two undefeated teams in the Western Athletic Conference. The Wolf Pack (3-3, 1-0 WAC) and the Bulldogs (3-4, 2-0 WAC) will meet for the 42nd time in what has become much more than a regular-conference meeting for both teams.

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