Cal State Fresno Newswire (Page 9)

Cal State Fresno Newswire (Page 9)

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  1. Men's Tennis: Lobos lose thriller to UCSB, will try to recover against UC Irvine and NAURead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 11, 2017 | The Daily Lobo

    After losing two matches in the Mountain-Pacific Invitational tournament, the Lobos were eager to return to their winning ways. The Lobos had strung together five consecutive wins in the build-up to the Mountain-Pacific Invitational, but lost 4-1 to both Fresno State University and the University of San Francisco in Stockton, California.

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  2. Ron Johnson to return as Tides manager in 2017Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 10, 2017 | WTKR-TV Norfolk

    The Norfolk Tides and the Baltimore Orioles today announced that Norfolk's entire field staff will return for the 2017 season. Ron Johnson will return as Manager, Mike Griffin will serve as Pitching Coach, Sean Berry will be the club's Hitting Coach and Jose Hernandez will return as a Field Coach.

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  3. AlarmForce Reports Q1 2017 Financial ResultsRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 10, 2017 | Security Sales & Integration

    The company reported net income for Q1 decreased by 49% . TORONTO - AlarmForce Industries , based here, on Friday reported total revenues for the first three months of 2017 were $13.9 million vs. $14.2 million over the same period in 2016, a decrease of 3%.

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  4. Gathering of the tribes: 37th annual powwow honors late...Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 9, 2017 | Yuma Sun

    As much as an entertainment event for the public, the annual Pow-wow hosted by the Quechan Nation and the Strong Hearts Native Society helps preserve Native American cultural traditions. There are various categories for dances at the Pow-wow hosted by the Quechan Nation, from men's fancy dance to women's bell dancers.

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  5. Incoming Calaveras County CAO Timothy LutzRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 9, 2017 | My Mother Lode

    Interim Chief Administrative Officer Manuel Lopez has served in the role since shortly after the retirement of Shirley Ryan last December. The incoming CAO, Timothy Lutz, most recently served as the director of fiscal operations for Tulare County, with management oversight of its health and human service's $440 million budget as well as the county's offices of emergency and animal services.

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  6. Thousands of college students are expected to join the Day Without a WomanRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 8, 2017 | USA Today

    Caitlin Maloney, right, with friends from Bucknell University, cheer along Independence Avenue during the Women's March on Washington. Many college women are expected to participate in the march's follow-up event, A Day Without a Woman, on March 8, 2017.

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  7. DR begins branding effort with soft launch of new design elementsRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 7, 2017 | The Daily Republic

    The Daily Republic begins a soft launch of a branding campaign Wednesday with one of the most-visible components of the effort - a new nameplate, or flag, at the top of the front page and at the top of DR website's home page. It's part of ongoing work that's designed in part to reflect the fact that the DR is more than a printed newspaper; it also includes various magazines, a website and a presence on various social media platforms.

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  8. Men's Tennis: Lobos fail to repeat Mountain Pacific Invite successRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 6, 2017 | The Daily Lobo

    After stringing together five wins in a row, the Lobos were eager to continue their fine run of form. The Lobos traveled to Stockton, California last weekend to participate in the 3rd annual Mountain Pacific Invitational, a tournament they had won the previous year.

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  9. Multi-generational mixer builds great collegian-CCRC resident bondsRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 6, 2017 | McKnightsonline.com

    We're a week into March, which means before long, much of the nation's attention will turn to college basketball. Last year, we told you about one provider tapping into March Madness with March Gladness , a feel-good bracket competition focusing on the things that make their residents and staff members happy.

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  10. AGBU Hye Geen and Young Circle to Hold 11th Annual International Conference in PasadenaRead the original story

    Mar 6, 2017 | PressReleasePoint

    On Saturday, April 1, AGBU Hye Geen and AGBU Hye Geen's Young Circle will hold their 11th annual international conference-entitled Evaluating the Changes Within the Armenian Family- which will focus on changes affecting the central role of the Armenian family both in Armenia and in the diaspora in Southern California. Six distinguished professors and researchers will present a comprehensive overview of the Armenian family and raise awareness about persistent problems as well as the available resources to tackle them.

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  11. Police make arrest in stabbing that left Vallejo man deadRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 3, 2017 | The Daily Republic

    Robert J. Welton, 37, of Vallejo, was identified during the investigation of the Feb. 25 incident as a suspect, police said in an update on the case. He was driving a vehicle at approximately 4:45 p.m. Friday on the 100 block of Kristina Court when he was stopped and arrested, police said.

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  12. Raymond Pun named winner of Emerald Research Grant for Mapping CollaborationsRead the original story

    Mar 3, 2017 | PressReleasePoint

    Raymond Pun, First Year Student Success Librarian at California State University, Fresno was named the 2017 winner of the Emerald Research Grant , administered by the Business and Reference Services Section of the Reference and User Services Association . Pun was selected for his project, "Mapping Collaborations between Business Librarians and Career Counselors," an exploratory study of how academic business librarians collaborate with career centers to support student success.

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  13. Cal. State University Fresno Assn. v. Co. of FresnoRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 2, 2017 | FindLaw

    In a property tax refund case brought by a nonprofit public benefit corporation and auxiliary organization serving California State University, Fresno, the trial court's judgment in favor of plaintiff is reversed where: 1) the time limit of Revenue and Taxation Code section 5097 is not affected by the timing of the party's payment of the property taxes due.

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  14. Raymond Pun named winner of Emerald Research Grant for "Mapping Collaborations"Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 3, 2017 | American Library Association

    Raymond Pun, First Year Student Success Librarian at California State University, Fresno was named the 2017 winner of the Emerald Research Grant , administered by the Business and Reference Services Section of the Reference and User Services Association . Pun was selected for his project, "Mapping Collaborations between Business Librarians and Career Counselors," an exploratory study of how academic business librarians collaborate with career centers to support student success.

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  15. Dublin: Teens to publish a Privileged, Not Perfecta bookRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 3, 2017 | Inside Bay Area

    Aditya Gantawar attends an elite private school, but when it comes to teen angst, he says he is just like any other 14 year old. He feared being a social outcast, he said, as he bounced around from school to school while his family moved.

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  16. Report shows misuse of California money by state employeesRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 3, 2017 | The Daily Republic

    A California State University, Fresno employee was paid an estimated $22,000 for time he was playing online games and watching YouTube videos at work, according to a state auditor's report released Thursday. The case was one of 10 highlighted in the report on investigations into improper activities by state employees during the second half of last year.

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    Mar 2, 2017 | KTVN Reno

    The state auditor's office reports a California State University, Fresno employee was paid an estimated $22,000 for time he was playing online games and watching YouTube videos at work. The case was one of 10 highlighted in a state auditor's report released Thursday on improper activities by state employees investigated during the second half of last year.

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  18. Several state workers found to have wasted thousands of taxpayer...Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 2, 2017 | Los Angeles Times

    One state employee used his work computer extensively to play video games, another misused her state car for personal commutes and two tax officials improperly referred taxpayers to private businesses to prepare their taxes. Those are some of the findings of State Auditor Elaine Howle based on tips from the state whistleblower telephone line, she said Thursday.

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  19. State employee visited 48,000 webpages for online games, videosRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 2, 2017 | The San Diego Union-Tribune

    A library employee at California State University Fresno may have cost taxpayers $22,200 in time he wasted using his work computer to visit 48,000 webpages for online videos and games unrelated to his duties during a 13-month period, according to a state audit released Thursday . Also, an employee with the California Department of Transportation cost taxpayers an estimated $4,300 by misusing 130 hours of state time for excessive smoke breaks and extended lunches during her workdays over an eight-month period.

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  20. More teamwork needed to address Valley water issuesRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 2, 2017 | The Fresno Bee

    Recent rains have not washed away the growing threat of water scarcity in the San Joaquin Valley, California's largest agricultural region. Over time it could bring disruptive changes not only to the region's farmers but also to rural communities, the local economy and the state as a whole.

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