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School Shooting Database, Food, Wine, Cannabis, Sports, & Mishegoss

Good Evening Friends, and welcome to your Thursday edition on October 11th. We're at the Fresno Fair
California Mishegoss
School Shooting Database, Food, Wine, Cannabis, Sports, & Mishegoss
By California Mishegoss • Issue #234 • View online
Good Evening Friends, and welcome to your Thursday edition on October 11th.
We’re at the Fresno Fair today with our grandkids, so this is going to be short and to the point.
There are 15 stories as always, and we also added a new/old (we had it before) section titled This Day in California History where we post 3 stories from the way-back machine. Enjoy them all.
We added a sports section to this edition, although we only covered a local story about the Fresno Grizzlies, a minor league team here in Fresno. They’ll be the minor league team for the Washington Nationals!
Be Well,
Mark & Patti

California News All Over the State
California students create school shooting database
A Lot to Be Desired - October 10, 2018 - SF Weekly
California Hopes to Fight Preschool Expulsions with Mental Health Services - Early Years - Education Week
California Food, Wine, Beer, & More
Explore Mendocino County’s best wine offerings | The Sacramento Bee
How CBD has become the USA’s coolest food and drink ingredient | FOX 4 Kansas City WDAF-TV | News, Weather, Sports
How Will California’s Climate Ambitions Reshape Food and Agriculture? | Civil Eats
California Sports - Local
Nationals brass: Minor leaguers have better chance to win in Fresno - The Business Journal
California Living & Culture
Different Dreamers: What It Means To Be a Californian Today | KCET
Lens Master Los Angeles Magazine
Education Matters: Coalinga students help to preserve natural habitats in California
California Cannabis News
Cannabis Cup at Cal Expo lacks weed permit, Sacramento doesn’t plan to vote. | The Sacramento Bee
California Happenings
Treasure Island Music Festival: A guide to the boutique indie festival on the Bay | Datebook
California Mishegoss Files
Los Angeles Is the Worst Bike City in America
Ronald Reagan is waving to crowds again - as a hologram - The Business Journal
This Day in California History
Race relations in 1906
San Francisco public school board ordered Japanese students be taught in segregated schools, causing Japanese outrage. President Theodore Roosevelt requested the order be reversed and promised to reduce Japanese immigration.
Lange in 1965
Dorothy Lange, photographer, died in San Francisco at age 70. Among her famous photographs are from the Dust Bowl and images of Japanese Americans just before removal to Internment Camps during World War II. 
Story of "Migrant Mother" Photograph by Dorothea Lange - American Artifacts - YouTube
Story of "Migrant Mother" Photograph by Dorothea Lange - American Artifacts - YouTube
Environment in 1972
The Lava Beds National Wilderness, covering 28,460 acres, opened in Siskiyou and Modoc counties. This wilderness is known for lava tubes and as the site of the Modoc War.
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