FRESNO, Calif. - The Fresno County Sheriff's Office announced it's 2017 Employee of the Year on Thursday. It went to Deputy Alex Sosin. Sosin was the first search and rescue team member who went into the Kings River last year to help retrieve the bodies of the Thai and Chinese couples who had crashed and died in the river. Sosin says he was honored, but shocked to have received the high award. He beat out 1,800 other employees.
FRESNO, Calif. - It's a multi-million dollar loss for Paul Evert's RV Country in Fresno. On Wendesday, the business was reeling from the devastation of a fire that ripped through one of it's maintenance warehouses. The fire broke out around 6pm on Tuesday. Flames were as high as 40 feet and could be seen very clearly from Highway 99. Investigators believe the fire started from a refrigerator, in one of the RV's inside of the building.
FRESNO, Calif. - The west side of Fresno will be getting it's very own college. A satellite campus of Fresno City College is expected to be built on the corner of Church and Walnut. Terance Frazier, the CEO of TFS Investments, owned the 13.5 acres of land where the new school will be built. He sold half of it to the State Center Community College District and donated the rest.
An exciting day for @FresnoSheriff Deputy Alex Sosin! He received the 2017 Employee of the Year award, given by Sheriff @MargaretMims. Sosin was one of the rescuers that retrieved the bodies of the Thai & Chinese couples from King’s River last year. https://t.co/cShP6coUyZ
Here is how #PaulEvertsRV looks today. A huge fire wiped out one of their maintenance warehouses. @FresnoCoFire says fire started in a refrigerator in one of the RVs inside the building. Estimated cost of damage in the millions. No one injured. https://t.co/qPS5JOnZiO
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