Archives For May 2014

Ukraine goes ahead with the voting as planned. Fresno State has investitures its eighth president, Dr. Joseph Castro. Plus your Ag News and Music Calendar. All on Central Valley News for Monday, May 12, 2014.

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The referendum is expected to occur despite President Putin’s call to hold off on it. A Clovis Marine is being called a hero after an amazing save. Plus your Ag report with Patrick Cavenaugh, Dick Clark’s Music Calendar, and so much more. Only on Central Valley News with Edmer Archila on KYAF Firebaugh and KDPT Dos Palos.

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The House finds Lois Lerner in Contempt. California Chrome is itching to head to Baltimore, plus your Ag News and Music Calendar all on Central Valley News for KYAF and KDPT 6am and 12pm tomorrow.

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On Today’s Report, A man accused of burning down an apartment says he didn’t do it. Also, two men are alive after their boat capsized. Plus all the Ag, Music Calendar, and Weather you need to know. Only on Oldies 94.7 KYA and FM 102.9 Bronco Radio.

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Central Valley News I’m Edmer Archila
More destabalization in Ukraine.(NatSound) The Interior Ministry says 4 officers have been killed, 30 wounded in battles with Pro Russia Militants occupying the eastern city of Slovyansk. This city is the heart of an uprising in east Ukraine against the Kiev central government.
Coca Cola, the makers of the popular sports drink Powerade, is removing one ingredient from the drink. Brominated Vegetable Oil will no longer be added to the drinks after a Mississippi teenager set up a petition online. The petition noted that the ingredient is linked to flame retardant and has not been approved for use in Japan or the EU. This is just the latest evidence of food manufactures put under fire for the ingredients used in their product.
In Sports, Firebaugh Baseball and Softball Teams head over to Avenal and
Mendota High School Heads to Coalinga… With the first pitch expected at 4PM
In today’s Ag Report, Patrick Cavenaugh says that Central Valley farmers are frustrated.
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At the closing bell yesterday, the Dow rebounded 18 points to close at 16,530
The Nasdaq rose 14 points to close at 4,138
The S&P 500 rose 4 points to close at 1884.66
Today’s Weather from the National Weather Service Calls for Partly Sunny Skies and breezy with a High near 72. Tonight, Partly Cloudy with a low around 48.
I’m Edmer Archila, and you are up to date on Oldies 94-7 KYA and FM 102.9 Bronco Radio
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Archila Report 5/5/14

May 5, 2014