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radio

by Steven Sanchez



Creative Fresno – the 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that specializes in engaging the community in multiple areas ranging from the arts, civics, and business – received approval from the FCC to create a new radio station locally on 93.3 FM. Their goal is to have the station encompass multiple formats ranging from music, podcasts, DJ sets, radio shows, radio theater, etc.

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by Cyntha Chow


While KHCH reporter Carol Childs is always hungry for a good news story, she never expected that her life would become so dominated by the murder of a young woman. Although only the latest in a string of attractive women to have gone missing, Monica Channing was a kindergarten teacher and the daughter of a prominent Los Angeles judge, meaning that the press and the LAPD focused all of their attention on the case. Considering that Carol’s daughter Cate is close to the same age as all of the missing women, Carol has reason to be highly interested the fate of the women tied to the Hollywood club scene.

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by Lorie Lewis Ham



This Valley is blessed with talent of all kinds, and we at KRL enjoy showcasing some of that talent. This week we are profiling Jim Tuck, who has been in the public eye for many years, not only on stage as an actor, but on the radio, in TV commercials, and more. While he hasn’t been on stage in awhile, it’s still common to hear his voice on TV and radio.

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Who Is Perry Mason?

IN THE August 13 ISSUE

FROM THE 2011 Articles,
andBooks & Tales,
andMovies,
andMysteryrat's Maze,
andSandra Murphy,
andTV
SECTIONS

by Sandra Murphy



Who is Perry Mason? A character from the prolific and creative mind of Earle Stanley Gardner, he’s a defense attorney who never lost a case, much to the chagrin of Hamilton Berger, prosecutor. He is, in the minds of any who ever saw the television series or made-for-TV movies, Raymond Burr.

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A Weekend in Reedley

IN THE July 24 ISSUE

FROM THE 2010 Articles,
andContributors,
andHometown History,
andJim Bulls,
andReedley News
SECTIONS

by Jim Bulls



It’s Friday circa 1947 — the weekend is almost here — but first I have to get through the day in Mrs. Shellenberg’s kindergarten class at Lincoln School. Friday was spaghetti day and I could hardly wait for lunchtime. When the clock finally rolled around to noon, I sat beside Kenny Parker in the cafeteria while waiting to be served.

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