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The Decay Of FUSD

“I’ve never worked for such inept people before.” “When we got back to school in August [2021], it was as if the administration was making it up as they went along.” “[These days] I go to my job [...] Continue Reading

Shelters Are Not Housing

Update on the encampment sweep at Dakota and Palm avenues: The Fresno Irrigation District in conjunction with the Fresno Police Department raided an encampment of 30 people on the canal bank near the [...] Continue Reading

Safe Schools in the Covid Era

The beginning of a school year is always a time of excitement but also of stress for schools, parents and students, and this year was not the exception; on the contrary, these emotions were [...] 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