First published in 1922, The Fresno Bee is the primary news source for the central San Joaquin Valley.
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Primary geographic focus: Central Valley
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The Fresno Bee is the primary news source for the central San Joaquin Valley, covering a six-county area that is one of the fastest-growing regions in California.

The Fresno Bee’s circulation area covers approximately 18,000 square miles, and each week, The Fresno Bee’s print and online products reach 68% of adults in Fresno County.

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ACLU, Clovis Unified announce details on graduation feather agreement

Rory Appleton
The Fresno Bee
June 3, 2015
A deal was made by the ACLU, California Indian Legal Services and the Native American Rights Fund to allow a Clovis Unified graduating senior to attach the feather to his cap during graduation.

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Chris Schneider, Fresno civil-rights lawyer, receives state Bar honor

Pablo Lopez
The Fresno Bee
September 27, 2015
CCLS Executive Director Chris Schneider receives California State Bar high honor.

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LA Superior Court agrees with feds to expand interpreters

The Associated Press (AP)
The Fresno Bee
September 20, 2016
Limited and non-English speaking Californians see victory as LA Superior Court agrees to increase access to free language services.

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