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Periwinkle Home Decor In Reedley

IN THE March 6 ISSUE

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This week we are profiling another of the newer shops in Downtown Reedley, Periwinkle Home Decor. The store is owned by Malia Jimenez and her mother Ranae Buckendahl. They are located at 759 G Street. Recently we had the chance to chat with Malia about the store.

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by Lorie Lewis Ham


To Thine Own Self Be True: Gender, Sexuality and the Bard is the third virtual mainstage production of Fresno State’s University Theatre. It is written by William Shakespeare, and conceived and directed by Fresno State professor Brad Myers.

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by Jim Mulligan


If you’ve attended any local sporting events in the last few years, or been to a birthday party with some amazing cupcakes, or taken a Communication class at Reedley College anytime within the last 25 years, you may very well have made the acquaintance of Jenny Peters. Peters is an exuberant sports fan, especially when one of her kids is on the field or in the pool representing Reedley High School and Reedley College.

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by Steven Sanchez




The majority of us have dreams of traveling the world. There’s so much out there we want to see. So many different cultures, customs, beliefs, ways of life, food, the list goes on. Those dreams are usually dashed by the aesthetic that is “so little time” to do all the things we want to do and see. For adults, more often than not, it’s our obligations—mostly our jobs and careers—and the time we dedicate to those commitments that don’t make room to travel. Another fantasy to add to that list is playing professional sports.

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by Lorie Lewis Ham


I have found that downtowns have some of the most interesting shops, and Reedley, CA is no exception. Recently we chatted with the owner of Cottonwood Clothing in Downtown Reedley, Emma Cuevas.

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by Tom Sims



On December 24, Christmas Eve, Jeff Aiello posted these words to his Facebook friends: “Christmas Eve marks the official end of the Creek Fire.”
It was a great Christmas gift after four months of High Sierra burning.

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by Lorie Lewis Ham


The Fresno State Experimental Theatre Company is presenting more virtual theatre available to watch as of this weekend. We recently chatted with one of the students involved, Teya Juarez, whose show is called Z.

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How To Make Your Studio Apartment Look Amazing

IN THE January 4 ISSUE

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Everyone dreams of buying a house. Some make it happen, and others choose to hop from one apartment to another. Anything works – as long as you are happy.

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Happy Holidays!

IN THE December 26 ISSUE

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by Lorie Lewis Ham


We are on vacation this week to give everyone a break for the holidays. But don’t worry we will be back January 2, 2021 with another issue. We will still be posting some midweek articles next week.

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How To Separate Your Clothing Brand From The Rest

IN THE December 21 ISSUE

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by staff


If you are fierce and driven by a passion for your fashion business, there is no reason for you to settle for less. You might have the best of talent, aesthetic prowess, and tons of fresh ideas. But your competitors have them too. So, how do you make your brand truly stand out from the crowd? Here are some tips.

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6 Ways to Study Law Online

IN THE December 16 ISSUE

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by Staff



In this article are described options to prep online for the LSAT or bar exams, and also get online certificates on topics like business law.

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by Lorie Lewis Ham


As 2020 comes to a close, we share our last profile of a member of the Reedley Fire Department. This week we are interviewing John Agueda who is currently a Fire Apparatus Engineer. John was born and raised in Fresno, but moved to Reedley with his wife 23 years ago to take care of his wife’s mother.

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Happy Holidays in the Time of Covid

IN THE November 28 ISSUE

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by Tom Sims



I know it is a very unusual and challenging year and it has the potential to suck the life out of the holidays. However, it can also be an occasion for making them more special than ever.

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Sanger’s Toyland Parade Gets a New Twist

IN THE November 28 ISSUE

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by Lorie Lewis Ham


Just like the City of Reedley, Sanger is getting creative with their Christmas parade this year and doing a reverse parade. We chatted with Tammy Wolfe, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Sanger District Chamber of Commerce to learn more.

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