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Feeding Families food drive raises $51K

From right to left: Ray Appleton with Community Food Bank CEO Andy SouzaA fundraiser hosted by KMJ 580, KMPH Fox 26 and local agriculture company Gar Tootelian Inc. yesterday helped raise $51,000 for Fresno's Community Food Bank.

BNSF to kill Fresno-Chicago freight rail service

BNSF will end intermodal rail service out of its Fresno rail yard starting in December.Railroad operator BNSF announced it is ending its intermodal rail service out of Fresno, discontinuing weekly service to Chicago effective Dec. 8.

Svenhard’s sells Oakland plant for Exeter base

Svenhard’s Swedish Bakery’s large variety pastry packs are a big retail seller. The company plans to move its operations to Exeter by 2016.Svenhard’s Swedish Bakery has sold its 5.14-acre Oakland plant along busy Highway 880 for new development and will utilize some of the $8 million in proceeds to relocate all operations to Exeter in Tulare County.

Livestock genetics group taps Fresno County for HQ

A global initiative to conserve the genetics of heritage livestock animals has announced it would like to make Fresno County its new headquarters. 

Stein Mart opening Clovis store Sept. 26

Clothing retailer Stein Mart will open its second store in the Fresno area on Sept. 26 when it moves into the new Clovis Crossings Regional Shopping Center.

KMJ hosts Feeding Families Food Drive today

Radio station KMJ (AM 580 and FM 105.9) is teaming up with a couple of partners for the Feeding Families Food Drive today in Fresno.

Field Poll: Water bond leads among likely voters

(AP) — A new Field Poll finds slightly more than half of likely voters approve of a $7.5 billion water bond on the November ballot, however the share was less in the Central Valley.

Fresno State SBDC gets $63K to help small businesses

Fresno State's Small Business Development Center was awarded $63,000 to assist small business owners and entrepreneurs in obtaining capital.

Valley colleges part of new job training program

Several community colleges in the San Joaquin Valley will be participating in a program to train workers and employers affected by California's drought.

Fresno's '40 Under 40' class announced

Fresno's 2014 "40 Under 40" class has been announced by BusinessStreetOnline.com.