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by Lorie Lewis Ham


Every year KRL looks to see if there is a Christmas event that perhaps we have never covered before, and this year we discovered Christmas on the Farm in Kingsburg. We took some time to chat with owner Brad Kane, who owns the almond farm with his wife Lori.

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Christmas Shopping In Reedley

IN THE December 1 ISSUE

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by Lorie Lewis Ham


It is always nice when you can do at least some of your shopping in your own town and support local businesses, and sometimes if you live in a bigger city it’s nice to check out some of the offerings of local smaller towns as they may offer something unique and different. This week we are taking a look at some of the places to do your Christmas shopping in Reedley.

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Reedley High School Choir Spreading Holiday Joy

IN THE December 1 ISSUE

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by Asami Nelson



The harmonic, angelic voices of the Reedley High School Choir have sang for as long as the school itself. A certificate for a superior rating from a festival was found dating back to the 1940s. The RHS Choir is currently led by director David dela Concepcion.

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by Lorie Lewis Ham


A highlight of Christmas for many people is the Christmas Parade. Downtown Fresno is celebrating 89 years of Christmas parades this year! We sat down to chat about this year’s parade with Tatevik Hovhannisyan, Events Coordinator at Downtown Fresno Partnership, who oversees and plans the Annual Downtown Fresno Christmas Parade and other DFP core events.

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Type of Juice That Can Assist Your Mental Health

IN THE November 26 ISSUE

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by Sarah Miller


Enhanced brain health easily tops the list of the major benefits to be derived from juicing. This is because the body is intrinsically connected to the brain. As such, irrespective of how much people focus on their physical fitness, they can never achieve maximum health until they boost their mental wellbeing.

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by Lorie Lewis Ham


For Thanksgiving weekend we are taking a “mostly” vacation. We have one article up, the column from the Cat House on the Kings, because we didn’t want to miss out on this popular column! You can also continue to enjoy the November 17 issue-most of the giveaways go through December 1!

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by Lorie Lewis Ham


During this time of year we like to feature groups who are making a difference in their community. While looking for such a group this year I found The Community Life Garden, just outside of Reedley. Interested in what exactly they do, I chatted with the Executive Director of Community Life Garden, David Gonzalez.

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by Asami Nelson



The foundation of all life on Earth derives from subatomic particles that form molecules and compounds, which then combine with others to form cells, organs, and organisms. This branch of science can be tricky to understand and more complicated to apply in real life, but chemistry and biology teacher Kathryn Connolly helps students comprehend the aspects of molecular and biological chemistry.

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by Steven Sanchez



Usually, when you think of the most popular hot spots in which to catch some waves, places like Hawaii, anywhere in Southern California, or the Bay Area are just a few that spring to mind. Now you can add another destination to that mix. That location is…Lemoore?

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Porterville Ghost Society

IN THE October 27 ISSUE

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by Terrance Mc Arthur


It’s late October. The wind comes cold, yet there is something else that chills you. You look over your shoulder. Could there be…a ghost?

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Stories from San Joaquin Valley’s Lottery Winners

IN THE October 24 ISSUE

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Everyone hopes to get their hands on a lottery jackpot, so it’s no surprise how long the lines have become for the Mega Millions lottery.

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by Lorie Lewis Ham


This year the Reedley Fiesta has a new mascot, a frog named Ribberto. This week KRL took some time to get to know him.

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