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Tue March 25, 2014
Valley Edition: March 25 - Drought in Mendota; Cesar Chavez Biography, Street Controversy; #SaveFFA
This week on Valley Edition we discuss how the rural westside town of Mendota is prepping for the worst when it comes to the drought, talk with the author of the new book The Crusades of Cesar Chavez, explore a 2o year old street naming controversy in Fresno revolving around Cesar Chavez and discuss the Future Farmers of America’s fight to keep funding.
Voices of the Drought: Mendota Mayor Prepares For The Worst
Story: Voices Of The Drought: Mendota Mayor Prepares For The Worst
Reporter: Ezra David Romero (@ezraromero)
Story: Political Fight Over Fracking Takes Center Stage In California
Reporter: Amy Quinton, Capital Public Radio (@CapRadioQuinton)
Cesar Chavez Street Controversy
Story: Here And Gone: Fight Over Fresno's Cesar Chavez Boulevard Remains Fresh, 20 Years Later
Guest: Venancio Gaona, who was the chairman of the local Cesar Chavez Committee and was with the group El Concilio de Fresno
Story: Teachers, Students Rally To 'Save FFA' Amid Proposed Funding Changes
Guest: Kevin Woodard, Clovis East High School FFA
Guest: Ralph Mendes, Ag Coordinator for Kern High School District
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