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It was a win for the ages for the Fresno State Bulldogs on Sept. 18 against No. 13 ranked. With 14 seconds left to go in the game, Bulldogs’ quarterback Jake Haener connected with receiver Jalen Cropper on a 13-yard touchdown pass that gave the Bulldogs the programs biggest win in years.

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It was a win for the ages for the Fresno State Bulldogs on Sept. 18 against No. 13 ranked. With 14 seconds left to go in the game, Bulldogs’ quarterback Jake Haener connected with receiver Jalen Cropper on a 13-yard touchdown pass that gave the Bulldogs the programs biggest win in years.

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Fresno Lexus Broadway in Fresno announced today that single tickets for the upcoming tour engagements of Cats, Waitress and Anastasia will go on sale at 10 a.m. Monday, Sept. 20. Tickets will be available at the Saroyan Theatre box office, Ticketmaster.com, or by calling 800.745.3000. Ticket…

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Current research about urban trees and human health discovered that trees indeed "improve psychological and physiological functioning, boost ability to focus, improve stress recovery, and increase active living" 

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On the morning of 9/11, Courtney Castillo and his wife, Erica, who now reside in Porterville, watched in disbelief as the United Airlines Flight 175 struck the South Tower of the World Trade Center.

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When I made the announcement regarding our logo contest, I did not anticipate the overwhelming response. Entries arrived from local artists, out of town artists, teachers, graphic designers, and even 20 children! Each entry was a unique perspective from the artist designing it. The creativity was impressive and the decision was difficult.

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Guest Commentary: “We are doing a lot of listening.” It’s something that a lot of us could benefit from out here in California, especially as we take the time in our hectic post-vaccine world to slow down, celebrate life and come up with ideas and plans to make the world a better place.

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Current research about urban trees and human health discovered that trees indeed "improve psychological and physiological functioning, boost ability to focus, improve stress recovery, and increase active living" 

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And so, as we sit in our recliners and sofas to watch and listen to the Presidential candidates and their party teammates, the 2020 election is being billed as a battle for the very existence of our democracy.

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