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You-Pick Farms

IN THE July 20 ISSUE

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by Mallory Moad



When I was a kid, something I could always count on during the summer was an excursion “out to the country” to pick produce. Peaches, strawberries, corn, and black-eyed peas were readily available at you-pick farms scattered throughout the rural areas just outside Fresno.

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by Lorie Lewis Ham


KRL has been doing a series of articles looking at various aspects of the City of Reedley. We have looked at the Chamber of Commerce, the City Council, chatted with the City Manager, and the Chief of Police, and this week we are taking a look at the Reedley Community Services Department. We sat down with Sarah Reid who is the current Director. Sarah has worked for the City for 16 years, and has been the Director of Community Services for a year.

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by Lorie Lewis Ham


The Wakehouse in Reedley is the place to be these days with a lot of great concerts and food. A special event, Country on the Kings River, is coming to the Wakehouse on Friday, July 12.

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by Lorie Lewis Ham


Reedley has a new place to take the family for some summer fun, Trimble Park splash pad. The ribbon cutting was on May 22. We took a moment to chat with Reedley’s Community Services Director Sarah Reid to learn more.

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by Lorie Lewis Ham


Summer is nearly upon us and many of us have kids looking for something worthwhile to do with their summer vacation. Why not try soccer? Recently we sat down with Diego Mendoza, who is currently the webmaster and social media manager for the Reedley Kings Canyon Youth Soccer League, to learn more about their league and how to get involved.

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How to prepare for the NBCOT® Exam

IN THE June 3 ISSUE

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by staff



Studying for an examination seems to become a bit dragging for everyone most especially to students. To most occupational therapist wannabes, the NBCOT® examination is known to be their most feared test. Preparing and reviewing is the best shield for the upcoming battles.

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Discovery Summer Camp 2019

IN THE June 1 ISSUE

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by Lorie Lewis Ham


Looking for something different and exciting for the kids to do this summer? Check out the Discovery Summer Camp, presented by the Discovery Center in Fresno. I sat down with the Executive Director of the Discovery Center in Fresno, Lori Hunter, to find out more about this unique summer camp!

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by staff



When you are unsure of what kind of business signage material or medium would work best for your needs, it is not strange and odd to get the following question: “Which is better, wood, plastic, or metal?” However, the answer to this recurrent question is dependent on your preferences and needs.

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by staff



If you are trying to refurbish and accessorize a home, especially small home, it can, for the most part, feel like your choices or course of actions are finite and restricted. And although there is not much that you can do to make more space, there are many ways that you can do to make your small home feel superbly put together.

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by Asami Nelson



Math is a difficult subject to understand, with all its complex formulas that require logical thinking but also creativity. At Reedley High, Kimberly Alves is always available to assist students in understanding this important material.

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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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by Steven Sanchez



Oakland Raider’s quarterback and Fresno State alum, Derek Carr, returned back home for his Altar Conference, an event that the official website states “is a weekend of dynamic worship and powerful teaching, provoking believers of all backgrounds into a lifestyle of radical pursuit and relentless devotion to Christ.”

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The Mercantile in Downtown Kingsburg

IN THE April 20 ISSUE

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andCommunity,
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by Lorie Lewis Ham


This week we interviewed Jill O’Bannon, the owner of a charming shop in Downtown Kingsburg called The Mercantile.

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Imagine a Better Blackstone

IN THE April 20 ISSUE

FROM THE 2019 Articles,
andCommunity,
andStrolling The Town,
andTom Sims
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by Tom Sims



Imagine a renaissance community that stretches from Divisadero in downtown Fresno to Riverpark at the very north of the city.
Imagine livable, workable, walkable spaces, friendly to bikes, children, pedestrians, and browsers.

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