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by Lorie Lewis Ham


KRL is still undergoing much over due maintenance but you will find the whole issue over on KRL News & Reviews! We have pets, art, books, giveaways, TV, gardens and more this week so don’t miss out!

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5 Things to Avoid When Writing a Travel Essay

IN THE May 14 ISSUE

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by staff



Traveling is one of the most exciting experiences in life as it takes you to see new places, meet new people, and explore a new culture. It is an eye-opening experience, and it is understandable that you might want to share your experiences through a travel essay.

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by Lorie Lewis Ham


We are back from vacation, however we are attempting this month to do some WAY overdue maintenance to the website, so most likely at least for the next couple of weeks all articles will instead be posted over on our sister website KRL News & Reviews.

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Kings River Life Is On Vacation!

IN THE May 4 ISSUE

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by Lorie Lewis Ham


We are on vacation this week-which basically means that I am out of town and won’t have my laptop with me! But don’t worry we will be back May 11 with a full issue, and during the week we will still be posting some local theatre articles.

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by Lorie Lewis Ham


If you are a fan of sword fights and action on stage, be sure to catch the final weekend of The Three Musketeers at COS in Visalia.

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by Lorie Lewis Ham


Another season of the Woodward Shakespeare Festival is almost upon us so we took a moment to chat with this season’s production manager Richard Adamson, who will also be directing this year’s production of Anthony and Cleopatra.

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by Harvie Schreiber



Last month, we mentioned that we’d rescued a sassy senior Savannah Cat (Serval cross) named Lindy. Since then, Lindy has continued to settle in at The Cat House on the Kings and has moved from Lynea’s house to her very own larger living space, where she can enjoy the fresh air, sunshine, wandering peacocks, and other cats. Both Lynea Lattanzio and The Cat House on the Kings RVT, Chrystyne Cordova, have been taking Lindy on walks around the grounds using a harness.

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by Kathleen Costa


Rose has been called on an emergency to the home of fellow Quaker Charity Skells. She is in a great deal of stress, bleeding profusely, and appearing to be miscarrying her latest pregnancy. At thirty-two years old, she is the mother of five, the oldest only nine years old, having only three months ago delivered early a baby too small to survive.

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by Lee Juslin



Kimmie was found as a stray in New York City, but it was clearly obvious she had been someone’s well-loved baby. The busy, noisy city shelter was no place for sweet little Kimmie, and fortunately Col. Potter Cairn Rescue stepped up to give her a chance at a forever home.

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by Cynthia Chow
& Essie Lang


When her aunt is sidelined by knee surgery, editor Shelby Cox returns to upper New York’s Alexandria Bay to help run Edie Cox’s two Bayside Books bookstores. Shelby’s focus is on the smaller store built into Blye Island’s Blye Castle, and she doesn’t regret leaving her small publishing job in Boston for the island with its own ferry and ghost stories. Shelby remains steadfast despite a confrontation with curator Loreena Swan, who demands that Bayside Books stock copies of her rather unsellable guidebook.

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by Jessica Ham


E3 is two months away, and the energy in the gaming world is electric. The anticipation for what will be announced at E3 is huge. In comparison to that excitement, the video game releases for April is on a much smaller scale.

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RHS Teacher Profile: Anthony Fernandez

IN THE April 27 ISSUE

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by Asami Nelson



The Social Science Department at Reedley High School is filled with outstanding teachers who motivate their students, and work hard to lead them onto the path of success. One teacher in particular, Anthony Fernandez, is well-known among students and staff for his humor and easygoing personality, and as a great friend.

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