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Happy Trails Riding Academy Provides Horse Therapy for Riders with Disabilities

If dog is man’s best friend, then what should we say about the relationship between man and horse, which is arguably the most significant bond a person can share with another creature...

DIY: Metallic Letters

Create faux industrial-inspired metal letters using minimal art supplies.

Laurene Runner’s Gypsy’s Attic in Kingsburg

Capitalism states that business should always be about the bottom line, making a buck, but once in a while you get a business whose commodity is much more than the product it pushes.

Reedley Opera House and River City Theatre Company

In 1902, a fire swept through downtown Reedley, destroying every building for two blocks except a single brick structure.

More than Milk with the Goats of Basilwood Farm

A hop, skip and a jump away from Fresno is the small foothill community of Prather. After growing up in the city, Jill Spruance decided to buy property with her husband...

DIY: Hanging Planter Shelf

Create a wood floating shelf and use as a plant display or a side table. We left the natural wood but you can stain it to bring out the grain for a more rustic style.

Enjoy it All at Visalia’s Taste of Downtown

Nothing brings people together more than food. With the world sometimes looking like an endless assortment of Kanye vs. Taylor, there’s the family dinner to bring us back to sanity...

Student Growth at Sundale Ag Center and Trading Post

Let’s be real. Very few of us, having finished school, would willingly go back. Then again, most schools don’t have programs like Sundale Union Elementary’s Ag Science...

Jessica Elrod’s Cavelle Kids in Clovis

Keeping only one outfit on during the day was a task for Jessica Elrod as a child – her outfits changed with her mind and piles of clothes quickly grew, much to her mom’s dismay.

Debbie Winsett Brings Books to Visalia with Usborne Books

It’s almost hard to believe, but this September marks a notorious fifth anniversary in Visalia: the fifth year that major book retailer Borders finally closed its doors.



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