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Read some articles from back issues of the print edition and supplemental content.

Teazers World Tea Market in Fresno

Apr 24, 2017 ● By Jordan Venema

Ann Liao knows tea. Having grown up in Taiwan, the Fresno resident enjoyed the country’s unique tea culture, though she is quick to add that every culture has its own take on tea.

April 2017—Live Simply

Mar 23, 2017 ● By Kendra Kaiserman

All that rain has made for an abundantly gorgeous spring - and isn’t that just the loveliest metaphor for life?

April is Child Abuse Prevention Awareness Month

Mar 23, 2017 ● By Kendra Kaiserman

For the Tulare County Child Abuse Prevention Council, it’s about “creating healthy kids, healthy parents and healthy families as a whole,” says Ramona Chiapa, who became...

DIY: Starburst Mirror

Mar 23, 2017 ● By Kendra Kaiserman

Mirror, Mirror April 2017 Story by Kayla Stock Photos by Christy Canafax

One-Skillet Orzo with Tuna

Mar 23, 2017 ● By Lana Granfors

April 18 – tax day looms, and if your budget is busted after paying your 2016 taxes, this wallet-friendly recipe is perfectly timed.

Peach Orchard, Reedley

Mar 23, 2017 ● By Enjoy Magazine

By Paul Mullins

Saving the Kingsburg Train Depot

Mar 23, 2017 ● By Kimberly Horg

The history of the Kingsburg Train Depot dates back more than 100 years, starting with the 1888 Monson Depot getting moved to Kingsburg from Tulare County.

How to Refresh Your Home Like A Boss

Mar 23, 2017 ● By Kimberly Boney

The season for spring cleaning seems to have arrived in record time this year. It’s the time when we are all a bit more inspired to refresh our lives in every possible facet, particularly...

Your Own Low Maintenance Landscaping

Mar 23, 2017 ● By Kimberly Boney

Let’s face it. People tend to shop with their eyes first. The same sentiment holds true when considering the purchase of a new home. And while the inside features of a home may draw...

The Many Talents of Ted Nunes

Mar 23, 2017 ● By Jordan Venema

Most musicians start young. They usually grow up around music, and maybe had parents who could play multiple instruments, or perhaps they could hold a guitar before they learned to walk.
  • West Coast Mennonite Relief Sale Quilt Show

    01/16/2018
    09:00AM — 04:00PM

    Preview the quilts available for auction at the annual West coast Mennonite Relief Auction to be ...


  • Hawaiian Hula (dance) classes

    01/16/2018
    02:00PM — 07:30PM

    During our Hula classes, we respect the traditions of Hula and do our best to research the langua...


  • Meditation

    01/16/2018
    06:30PM — 07:05PM

    Meditation every Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. for 35 minutes. All are welcome to attend from beginners to...


  • Kino Hana, Cardio-Hula

    01/16/2018
    07:00PM — 08:00PM

    ALOOOOHA!!!! Ready to shake up your fitness routine? Ready to shape up and tone your amazing bo...


  • West Coast Mennonite Relief Sale Quilt Show

    01/19/2018
    09:00AM — 04:00PM

    Preview the quilts available for auction at the annual West coast Mennonite Relief Auction to be ...


  • Hawaiian Hula (dance) classes

    01/19/2018
    02:00PM — 07:30PM

    During our Hula classes, we respect the traditions of Hula and do our best to research the langua...


  • Kino Hana, Cardio-Hula

    01/19/2018
    07:00PM — 08:00PM

    ALOOOOHA!!!! Ready to shake up your fitness routine? Ready to shape up and tone your amazing bo...


  • Hawaiian Hula (dance) classes

    01/21/2018
    02:00PM — 07:30PM

    During our Hula classes, we respect the traditions of Hula and do our best to research the langua...


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