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Do Not Pass FresGo!

The unfortunately named Texas game company Top Trumps has garnered Fresno Mayor Jerry Dyer’s enthusiastic support for a local version of Monopoly, the board game focused on property ownership, [...] Continue Reading

COP28 Outcomes

The United Nations hosts an international conference called the Conference of the Parties (COP) to debate the steps that must be taken to combat climate change. Government representatives from all [...] Continue Reading

Central Valley Briefs

LOUD for Tomorrow LOUD for Tomorrow (LFT) is a grassroots youth-led organization based in Kern County, which accounts for 66% of the registered voters in Congressional District 22—the seat [...] Continue Reading

Sierra Club Sponsored Page

April 2024 You can read the print version of the Sierra Club page below. This is a .pdf of the April 2024 Sierra Club Sponsored Page. There are features that allow viewers to increase the size of [...] Continue Reading

Climate Change Adaptation Partnership

It is not easy to fully understand a system as complex as global climate change. However, a wealth of evidence shows that global warming is occurring. The evidence comes from direct measurements of [...] Continue Reading

Fresno Oppression, Cruelty Ignored

“The ultimate tragedy is not the oppression and cruelty by the bad people but the silence over that by the good people.” —Martin Luther King Jr. Photos splashed across the Internet of smiling [...] Continue Reading

Smoggies Return in January

Fresno’s premier awards ceremony for worst quotes and votes by local polluters and those who serve them—The Smoggies—is returning for a third straight year. Renowned for its sarcasm, lack of trigger [...] Continue Reading