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  1. San Joaquin River restoration timetable extendedRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 31 | The Fresno Bee

    After missing ambitious deadlines to restore the San Joaquin River , federal leaders this week extended deadlines to 2030 and beyond while holding down federal appropriations funding to less than $50 million annually. The new plan has a bigger federal price tag, growing from about $900 million to more than $1.2 billion, according to the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, which is leading the sometimes controversial project .


  2. 5 Things To Do Today, Friday, July 24Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 23 | The Fresno Bee

    Take a mini-getaway to hear some bluegrass and folk provided by The Steam Donkeys. Bring chairs, blankets, food and drinks.


  3. Obituaries for Friday, July 24Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 23 | The Fresno Bee

    Natalie Cleopatra Agnew, 95, of Lindsay died July 22. She was a communications representative. Services to be held at a later date.


  4. Why are you seeing water in canals? Ita s a bump from spring stormsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 14 | The Fresno Bee

    More than a few of you have noticed water flowing in canals lately. Tuesday morning, the water flow in the San Joaquin River picked up.


  5. San Joaquin River revival pushes deadlines backRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 11 | The Fresno Bee

    Years late, the first major project of the San Joaquin River restoration is closer to liftoff with a $326 million price tag and a load of political baggage. The construction of a channel in west Fresno County around Mendota Dam is expected to begin in 2017 - four years after it was supposed to be finished.


  6. Water rights ruling is setback for California drought regulatorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 10 | The Fresno Bee

    In a potentially major setback for California's efforts to handle the drought, a judge Friday blocked the state water board's decision to curtail the water rights of four irrigation districts. The judge issued a temporary restraining order preventing the State Water Resources Control Board from enforcing a curtailment order against the West Side Irrigation District, Central Delta Water Agency, South Delta Water Agency and Woods Irrigation Co.


  7. Fishing Report: Week of July 8Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 7 | The Fresno Bee

    Adam Gutierrez submitted this photo of 6-year-old son Gavin and his Grandpa, Albert Velasco, during their recent trip to Courtright Reservoir. Gutierrez said they all caught their limits within a few hours trolling the dam with flashers attached to wedding rings and pink or yellow salmon hoochies with night crawlers attached.


  8. Valley agency takes control of Amtrak San Joaquin trainsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 26, 2015 | The Fresno Bee

    Amtrak's San Joaquin rail line, the fifth-busiest passenger-train corridor in the U.S., will be under new management starting Wednesday. Control of the San Joaquin trains , which last year carried almost 1.2 million passengers, is being assumed by the San Joaquin Joint Powers Authority .


  9. Former Fresno County counsel passes awayRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 23, 2015 | The Fresno Bee

    Former Fresno County Counsel Max Edward Robinson, a man described as a "splendid lawyer and a gentleman" and "an excellent legal research man," passed away Tuesday in Fresno. He was 82. Mr. Robinson was in hospice care for three weeks after being diagnosed with lung cancer and bone cancer last month, said his wife, Shirley Robinson.


  10. California: Many farmers miss deadline to report water cutsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 22, 2015 | The Fresno Bee

    A majority of farmers and others holding some of California's strongest claims to water have missed a deadline to confirm they stopped pumping from rivers and streams during the drought, state officials said Monday. Data show less than a third of the farmers, water districts and communities responded to the State Water Resource Control Board's broadest conservation order ever for those with nearly ironclad water rights.


  11. Deepest drought issue: Beyond shallow look at groundwaterRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 20, 2015 | The Fresno Bee

    Several years ago, west-side water leader Sargeant Green watched in amazement as a well-drilling crew pulled pieces of an ancient redwood tree out of a hole more than 1,000 feet deep. How did that tree travel 100 miles west from the Sierra Nevada and land 1,000 feet deep on the arid west side of the San Joaquin Valley? "It was probably moved in a big flood event many thousands of years ago and deposited at the bottom of a lake," says Green, a former irrigation district leader and now a project manager for the California Water Institute at Fresno State University.


  12. Lafayette company acquires oil fields in CaliforniaRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 18, 2015 | The Fresno Bee

    White Knight Production LLC, an independent oil and gas company in Lafayette, has acquired producing oil fields in the San Joaquin Basin, California. The company tells The Advocate the fields consist of multiple-stacked reservoirs across 11,500 acres and produced about 430 barrels of oil equivalent per day during the first quarter of 2015.


  13. Olsen wows Chamber crowd, which could help her in 2018Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 12, 2015 | The Fresno Bee

    On Friday morning, Fresno Chamber of Commerce CEO Al Smith thanked Assembly Republican Leader Kristin Olsen for venturing outside her district to talk about state issues. Yes, it is true that Fresno isn't in Olsen's 12th Assembly District, which is based further north in Stanislaus and San Joaquin Counties.


  14. Heart in the San Joaquin: Hello, leta s focus on loveRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 8, 2015 | The Fresno Bee

    Carmen George at her desk at The Bee on her second day in features after moving from the metro news department. Carmen George in a Miwuk umacha, an American Indian shelter made of cedar bark, in Yosemite Valley during the summer of 2014 reporting on a story for The Bee about the history of native people in Yosemite.


  15. Carjack suspect caught in San JoaquinRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 3, 2015 | The Fresno Bee

    A San Joaquin man was arrested Sunday after stealing a car in the parking lot at a Food Maxx in southwest Fresno, forcing a passenger to jump out of the vehicle as the carjacking thief sped away. The suspect, identified as Shawn Lopez, saw the car idling after the passenger's mother went into the store at Fresno and B Street, police said.


  16. San Joaquin man jailed in fatal shooting near FirebaughRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 1, 2015 | The Fresno Bee

    Fresno County sheriff's detectives have arrested a San Joaquin man in the fatal weekend shooting of another man west of Firebaugh, the department announced Monday. Juan Ortiz, 37, was arrested Saturday shortly after deputies found the body of Jose DeJesus Fuentes-Martinez, 52, of Dos Palos on a canal bank near Jerrold Avenue north of Nees Avenue.


  17. 2 critical in west Fresno County single-car collisionRead the original story w/Photo

    May 26, 2015 | The Fresno Bee

    Two 19-year-old men suffered major injuries late Monday night after their car tumbled multiple times in rural west Fresno County, the CHP reported. The accident happened about 11:30 p.m. as a 2004 Infinity was heading west on Colorado Avenue west of Highway 145 near Helm at high speeds.


  18. Jerrold Jensen: Leta s restore California to a " todayRead the original story w/Photo

    May 22, 2015 | The Fresno Bee

    What should be the "baseline" year for the California environment? What year should we pick as representing the ideal environment that will satisfy activists wishing to impose their vision for allocating our water distribution between fish, farmers and home use? Should we select the California that existed before 1769 when Spanish missionaries settled here? Or should we choose 1848 before gold miners destroyed ancient fish-spawning beds? Or how about 1879 before live striped bass fish were shipped in a rail car from New Jersey and dumped into the San Joaquin Delta without regard for the impact on native species like smelt or migrating salmon? Other bass species were soon introduced and 133 years later, the California Fish and Game Commission protected them by declaring all to be native species.


  19. Alex Fierro, 10, of Visalia, wears one of his Native American T-shirts.Read the original story w/Photo

    May 16, 2015 | The Fresno Bee

    Alex Fierro of Visalia is only 10 years old, but he's being hailed in the Native American community as a hero for speaking up about culturally offensive lyrics in a song taught at his school. After his parents and his tribe complained to the school board about the lyrics, it was pulled from a list of songs at Visalia Unified School District.


  20. Ask Me: Cloud seeding is used to increase Valley rainfallRead the original story w/Photo

    May 9, 2015 | The Fresno Bee

    This remote control cloud seeder was located on Mt. Givens overlooking Edison Lake.


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