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From Wasted Space to Food in Your Face

IN THE November 2 ISSUE

FROM THE 2013 Articles,
andGoing Green,
andKristin Cosentino
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by Kristin Cosentino


Ah, springtime! In California’s Central Valley, as in many parts of the country, the months of spring are a welcome respite from the colder winter months. Actually, in the Central Valley it’s something of a bittersweet time because our spring lasts–if we’re lucky–a month.

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The Four Good Samaritans

IN THE October 29 ISSUE

FROM THE 2011 Articles,
andContributors,
andHometown History,
andJim Bulls,
andReedley News
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by Jim Bulls




In 1953 my Dad was in the money and itching to buy a newer car, or at least one more suitable for a successful educator than the 1947 Plymouth he was currently driving. Buick was his make of choice, and one Saturday he drove around the block where Jackson’s Buick lot was at least three times. On the used car lot sat a gun metal grey Super Four-Door with a cream top. It was just two years old and it looked brand new.

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by Lorie Lewis Ham &
Diana Hockley



Visalia, California born mystery author R.P. Dahlke joins KRL today for a short interview, and Diana Hockley reviews her books set in the Central Valley featuring a female crop duster. At the end of this post you will find instructions on how to enter to win a copy of both of these great books!

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