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April 12, 1991
Up to $2 million in emergency food assistance to aid needy San Joaquin Valley families hit by last winter's crop-killing freeze will be provided by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the federal agency announced. Jobless residents of Tulare, Fresno and Kern counties will be the first to receive allocations of canned goods and dairy products from government storehouses without regard to possible alien status, the USDA said. Sen. John Seymour (R-Calif.
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April 12, 1991
Up to $2 million in emergency food assistance to aid needy San Joaquin Valley families hit by last winter's crop-killing freeze will be provided by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the federal agency announced. Jobless residents of Tulare, Fresno and Kern counties will be the first to receive allocations of canned goods and dairy products from government storehouses without regard to possible alien status, the USDA said. Sen. John Seymour (R-Calif.
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November 15, 1989 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Weather forecasters said there is no relief in sight for the conditions that have caused a heavy layer of smog over the San Joaquin Valley in recent days. Warm, stagnant air over the valley the last week has combined with the extensive use of fossil fuels to increase smog to the unhealthful level. "The lack of wind causes an inversion layer that keeps everything packed in and gives it no chance to escape," said Katie Bearden, county air quality planner.
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November 15, 1989 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Weather forecasters said there is no relief in sight for the conditions that have caused a heavy layer of smog over the San Joaquin Valley in recent days. Warm, stagnant air over the valley the last week has combined with the extensive use of fossil fuels to increase smog to the unhealthful level. "The lack of wind causes an inversion layer that keeps everything packed in and gives it no chance to escape," said Katie Bearden, county air quality planner.
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