Children are our future, but as valuable as they are, they are also vulnerable, and none more so than the orphans, those children without an advocate.
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.
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...
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...
The word translates to “land of a thousand rice fields,” but “Lanna” has come to mean hope for many Thai families.
Carmen Gallegos isn’t your average business owner and CEO.
By the 1970s, Californians began to realize wine was much more than red and white, just as by the 2000s we learned that coffee was more than Folgers in your cup.
More than 35 years ago, the Fresno State University Farmers Market sold extra sweet corn and fresh fruit from the school’s farm laboratory at a fruit stand...
One of the great things about Visalia is its rich history.
It’s rare that a man’s life so perfectly, almost symbolically, becomes tied by the multiple threads of the trade that he has made his own.