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Fresno City Council Ignores Climate Plan

California’s fifth most populous city is sinking fast beneath the weight of developer control of every City Council seat on the downtown dais. Bereft of leadership on climate change, air pollution and [...] Continue Reading

Wildfire Smoke Choking Us

By Nayamin Martinez Fresno and the surrounding counties have been blanketed with smoke from the Sequoia National Park and Kings Canyon National Park wildfires, forcing many of us to stay indoors [...] Continue Reading

Transparency Needed at City Hall

By Kevin Hall City leaders and staff are in meetings with some West Fresno residents to discuss the 92.5 acres proposed to be rezoned for industrial use along Elm Avenue, and news of the private [...] Continue Reading

Native American Day

By Richard Iyall In 1939, California Governor Culbert Olson declared Oct. 1 of that year to be Indian Day. That made this state the first to designate a day to honor the indigenous people who were [...] Continue Reading