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Who Will Write The News?

The Contra Costa Times, The San Jose Mercury News, and The Oakland Tribune are going out of business. (external link) They are victims of consolidation, the three publications being folded into smaller newspapers and digital outlets with different names. 204 more words

Contra Costa Times

In case you missed the article on my photography show, “Through the Lens of an Artist”, in Lafayette, CA, check out the article written about me and my inspiration by clicking on the link! 18 more words

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Neil McChesney Bills CVCHS For Consulting Work

Neil McChesney Resignation Letter 3-2-15

FINAL CVCHS Closeout Report-Conflicts of Interest

According to a declaration made by Neil McChesney in a letter addressed to CVCHS, “I left (CVCHS) on or about March 2, 2015 to pursue other interests, notably creation of a performing arts charter school”.  150 more words

Clayton Valley Charter High School

Specifics Asked and Deflected

PG&E readies for investigation, potential scandal

Major California utility provider Pacific Gas & Electric comes under intensified pressure this week, as a former employee has agreed to testify, and local reports unearth new findings in regards to suspected record-keeping omissions that followed lethal pipeline explosions in 2010 and 2014. 362 more words

Direct And Current

Hillary Clinton Fan Threatens Mosque; Media Blame Trump

by Joel B. Pollak21 Dec 2015, 21 Dec, 2015 22 Dec, 2015

URL of the original posting site: http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2015/12/21/hillary-clinton-backer-threatens-mosque-media-blame-trump

The mainstream media are reporting that a Bay Area plumber who allegedly planned to bomb a California mosque was a Donald Trump supporter–though he explicitly supported Hillary Clinton. 620 more words


The lesson from a California's charter school: Strict transparency needed


By Thomas Peele, tpeele@bayareanewsgroup.com © Copyright 2015, Bay Area News Group

In 2011, Lassen County’s district attorney requested a still-unanswered opinion by the state attorney general on whether California’s Public Records, Brown and Fair Political Practices acts apply to public charter schools. 765 more words

Clayton Valley Charter High School

California Budget, Take Two

June 19, 2015

Contra Costa Times

Summary: California lawmakers passed a $115 billion spending bill seen as something of a compromise despite California’s recently-deepened coffers. Governor Brown has previously warned against huge rises in spending in case another recession hits the state though some Republicans lamented slimmer allotments to aid the state’s developmentally challenged. 87 more words