Jun 11

Natural ethos nets success for Slovenian fish farmers By Kester Eddy, Financial Times, June 11, 2013 Irena Fonda leans over the side of her boat and throws a handful of food pellets into the waters of the northern Adriatic. After a pause, the water is suddenly alive with fish, thrashing just below the surface. “They […]

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Jan 26

Fonda may study dissolution, mayor says January 17, 2013 by Arthur Cleveland, The Leader Herald FONDA, NY – The village may form a committee to look into consolidating more services with the town of Mohawk and possibly dissolving the village.  Mayor William Peeler said at a village meeting Monday he is open to the possibility […]

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Sep 14

Starting from Scratch September 13, 2012 By Kelly Dyer Today, at the venerable age of 90, Professor Emeritus Dr. Bob Fonda cheerfully admits that he has seen many milestones over the years at Minnesota State Mankato. One of those would most certainly be celebrating the 40th anniversary of the Dental Hygiene Program, which Fonda started […]

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Jan 29

City’s junk becomes a cautionary artistic vision By Victoria Dalkey, Bee Art Correspondent, Friday, Jan. 27, 2012 You would expect an exhibition at a college gallery to be educational. Gioia Fonda‘s show at the James Kaneko Gallery on the American River College campus is that in spades. Fonda documents every step of the labor-intensive process […]

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Dec 03

POPLAR BLUFF, Mo. — Elbie Fonda set high goals for the 2011 football season.  The Caruthersville senior wanted to run for 3,000 yards and lead his team to a state championship. For a shot at one, however, he had to sacrifice the other.  “We believed he could do it, but as things progressed, we wanted […]

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