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Healthier Holiday Eating That Still Tastes Great!

IN THE November 20 ISSUE

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by Claire Lang



One thing I don’t necessarily believe in is following a strict diet during Thanksgiving and Christmas. However, that doesn’t mean that one needs to just gorge and completely disregard a healthy lifestyle altogether.

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Fall & Halloween Fun and Safety with Your Pet

IN THE October 23 ISSUE

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by Tara Wilson



The weather has finally cooled down and fall is in full swing. I, for one, have been more than ready for the change of season. Fall is such a fun, invigorating time of the year for both people and pets. Halloween and Thanksgiving are just around the corner, and the air is so crisp.

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by Christine Autrand Mitchell



You may know me as a writer and filmmaker on this site, but I also take on roles as Casting Director/Agent and teacher. I’m constantly educating actors and models on everything from resume advice to technique.

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by Christopher Lewis



I had a funny dream last night in which the pastor of Redeemer’s Church in Reedley and I were making a movie together. It featured some guy with a backpack that had mushrooms and a hamburger in it. Were this dream to be analyzed by a psychologist, I have no idea what he would learn about me.

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by Diana Bulls



What is the kitchen utensil that does basically one job and does it so well that no one has ever made changes to its basic design? It’s that odd utensil inherited from a grandmother that the unenlightened lets sit in the back of the utensil drawer. I’m talking about the humble potato masher.

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An Introduction To The Benefits of Composting

IN THE September 11 ISSUE

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by Anne Mohoff



Composting has recently become one of the hottest topics in the world of recycling and conservation. For many years, only people who have large gardens with plenty of extra space have composted; but even if you only have a tiny garden or balcony, you too can compost!

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My Personal Food Journey: How We Look At Food

IN THE September 11 ISSUE

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by Claire Lang



One of the most important tools I can think of when it comes to changing ones entire nutritional lifestyle is changing how one looks at food. I, like so many others, have always thought of food in the terms of hungry, full, or not hungry. Basically, food was only viewed as something to fill me.

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A Taste of Reedley’s Taste of the Town

IN THE September 4 ISSUE

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by Lorie Lewis Ham



As Downtown Reedley prepares for its 14th annual Taste of the Town event on September 16, the Reedley Downtown Association (RDA) is excited about this year’s offering, which includes 20 vendors and music by Blues band Star Choice.

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Controlled Fun With Your Dog: A Remote Collar Seminar

IN THE August 28 ISSUE

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by Tara Wilson



This has been a fun summer for dog lovers in the area. There have been plenty of dog events and activities to participate in.

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The ABCs of Recycling

IN THE August 14 ISSUE

FROM THE Going Green SECTIONS

by Anne Mohoff



Since I began writing this Going Green column a few months ago, I’ve focused on the need for recycling in our communities. This month I would like to take a different approach and present some ideas from a more ‘green’ perspective. Our Recycling Coordinators at Sunset Waste compiled a list of A to Z green tips which I am sharing with you.

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My Personal Food Journey: Corn Syrup

IN THE August 7 ISSUE

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by Claire Lang



Healthy eating. What does that mean anymore? Fat used to be the culprit, then carbohydrates, then calories, now it’s additives. I’m going to go with additives for now. Why? Because it’s the new thing? No; because, as someone who believes in science, it makes the most sense.

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by Brian Wall



Here in the San Joaquin Valley, we are surrounded by a wealth of natural wonders. From the majestic Sierra Nevada to the breathtaking Pacific Ocean, we have access to some incredible opportunities…

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by Lorie Lewis Ham



As summer starts to wind down, people continue to flock to the Kings River to find relief from the heat and have fun. The opportunities on the River are numerous and many are very close to home.

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House-Training Your Dog

IN THE July 24 ISSUE

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by Sheryl Wall



House-training can be one of the most daunting aspects of owning a dog but it is always worth the effort. There are many techniques so it may be hard to choose which you want to use. I found the best method for my dogs and me through research followed by trial and error.

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