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California Mishegoss - Issue #291:Native Americans, Unmask My City, American Idol Poets, Jane Doe Identified & More

Hi Friends!Have you ever heard of American Idol for Poets? Neither did we, but we found it. The story
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California Mishegoss - Issue #291:Native Americans, Unmask My City, American Idol Poets, Jane Doe Identified & More
By Mark & Patti Clifford • Issue #291 • View online
Hi Friends!
  • Have you ever heard of American Idol for Poets? Neither did we, but we found it. The story below.
  • Have you thought about the coyotes in Southern California and what they are eating? We found a story about that also.
  • Then we found a story about Fresno, Asthma, and “Unmask My City” Initiative.
  • How about 2500 hundred students coming together to help others? You bet we have that story.
  • In 1991 there was a body with no id, call it Jane Doe. Finally, we now know who it is, and you’ll see when you read the story.
Of course, we have more stories for you in today’s newsletter; just check them out below.
Enjoy your read as always with our favorite beverage and snack.
Be Well,
Mark & Patti

Mishegoss In the Valley
Fresno joins 'Unmask My City' in effort to reduce asthma caused by Central Valley factors
The Central Valley Feeds the Country and the World – The Rampage Online
Inspiring the Valley: More than 2,500 students use their hands to make a difference
Sacramento News & Review - American Idol for poets - Arts & Culture - Arts&Culture - March 14, 2019
Oscar Winner Alex Honnold Shares Some California Love
Mishegoss Outside the Valley
Can Native American tribes protect their land if they’re not recognized by the federal government? - NationofChange
What, Exactly, Are Southern California's Coyotes Eating? - Atlas Obscura
Man Risks His Life to Save His Dog from a Massive House Fire and the Dramatic Rescue Is Caught on Video
How a California Jane Doe found dead in 1991 was identified as Cynthia Merkley - ABC News
Role of sea urchins on California kelp: The new research provides valuable information to understand and protect California's quintessential kelp forests -- ScienceDaily
Leaving You With This...
Typical California Sunset from Fine Art America
Typical California Sunset from Fine Art America
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Mark & Patti Clifford

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