John Ostlund of One Putt Broadcasting in Fresno, CA takes The Bee to task about its post-election editorial on the defeat of Measure P. He calls on the newspaper to help the community come to a new plan for funding parks and police.
President Donald Trump should apologize in person for blaming California wildfires on gross mismanagement of forests. The president should also visit the state following the shooting at a Thousand Oaks bar.
Sevag Tateosian remembers how his grandfather Kevork Baghdassarian loved to visit Fresno, CA. From 1991 to 2014 he and grandma made the long drive from their Southern California home over the Grapevine and up Highway 99 to visit.
Measure P, a measure that would have funded work on parks in the city of Fresno California, failed. It did not land a simple majority: of votes counted Tuesday, 48 percent approved it, 51 percent turned it down.
Being a candidate for governor is an exhausting marathon, but the transition from candidate to governor is an eight-week sprint with no margin for error. The decisions Gavin Newsom makes in the next two months will determine whether he establishes solid foundation for years of successful leadership.
Republicans lost control of the House, so Devin Nunes’ election victory over Democratic challenger Andrew Janz must feel a bit hollow. Now that Nunes can no longer thwart the investigation into President Trump’s ties with Russia, what’s his next step?
When Sen. Dianne Feinstein spoke to the Editorial Board at The Fresno Bee on Friday, Oct. 12, 2018, she answered questions from invited guest Mattingly Frea, a fifth-grader from Figarden Elementary School in Fresno, California.