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Fresno tech firm in running for global contest

Fresno-based agricultural software company Lotpath has been named a finalist in an accelerator program funded by venture capital firm Silicon Valley Global (SVG) Partners and Forbes.

Fresno council approves general plan

The Fresno City Council approved the city's 2035 General Plan update last night, spelling out goals and guidelines for growth in the next 20 years.

Valley unemployment up as farm jobs suffer

Employment fell throughout the Central Valley in November as more farm laborers found themselves out of work.

Foothills golf course to stay open

After nearly closing due to recessionary pressures, Sierra Meadows Golf and Country Club in Awhahnee announced it would stay open after an agreement by members to increase fees.

Merged Fresno marketing firms announce new name

Fresno's Multi-Marketing Corp and Maverick Marketing merged last year, and the union is now known as Archer & Hound Advertising.Two Fresno marketing agencies that joined forces last year have announced a new name: Archer & Hound Advertising.

Adventist investing $13.3M in Selma facility

Adventist Health is investing $13.3 million to expand services at its medical center in Selma. 

Premier Valley Bank's quarterly dividend rises

Premier Valley Bank announced that its quarterly cash dividend payable to shareholders of record on Dec. 29 will increase 14 percent compared to last quarter.

United Security Bank to issue Q4 dividend

United Security BankUnited Security Bancshares, parent company of United Security Bank in Fresno, announced it will issue a 4th quarter stock dividend of 1 percent to shareholders.

Arthur to retire from Fresno Film Commission

Ray ArthurRay Arthur, head of the Fresno Film Commission for the last eight years, announced he'll be retiring on Dec. 31.

EECU's Dooley named to Federal Reserve council

Elizabeth DooleyElizabeth Dooley, CEO of Educational Employees Credit Union of Fresno, was appointed as the newest member of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco’s Community Depository Institutions Advisory Council (CDIAC).