Last Updated: Jul 26, 2016 10:00AM •
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The word translates to “land of a thousand rice fields,” but “Lanna” has come to mean hope for many Thai families.
Sight is so essential to our development and daily lives that we can hardly communicate without referring to vision – to see is to believe, love at first sight, looking for trouble ...
Eddie Valero knows he had the kind of educational opportunities that very few students will ever get – especially those growing up in smaller, more rural towns like Cutler and Orosi.
Not all superheroes wear capes. This is actually common knowledge. Why, within the world of “masked heroes,” not even all of them wear masks.
When Cyndy McBee and her husband moved from Colorado to Visalia two years ago, “I was looking for a place to plug in,” says the retired teacher.
The Care Pregnancy Resource Center’s 17th annual Laugh for Life Event promises to be, as the name suggests, a night full of both laughter and life.
Don’t be fooled by its name, because the nonprofit Helping One Woman is doing much more than helping just one woman.
“What little girl doesn’t want to become a real princess?” asks Kathee Brown, owner of A Wish Your Heart Makes.
In 2003, two Australian mates were chatting over beers about the regrettably lost art of the moustache.
The drought has officially captured people’s attention, and Gov. Jerry Brown has ordered a 25 percent reduction in water usage.