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

May 2015 - A Mother's Love

Apr 27, 2015 ● By Brandi Barnett

We missed out on April showers this year, but we’re still showering bouquets of love upon the wonderful women in our lives who have earned the esteemed title of “mother.”

Habitat for Humanity’s ReStore Thrift store and 10th Annual Birdhouse Auction

Mar 27, 2015 ● By Brandi Barnett

A door can symbolize opportunities and is often used to represent major transitions in life. “When one door closes, another opens,” goes the familiar saying.

Melissa Stewart Linebarger, Honey Bee Pottery

Mar 27, 2015 ● By Brandi Barnett

“My favorite time to make pottery is early morning. I love getting up when the world is still sleeping and listening to the birds in the little forest outside my studio.”

Delicious Deviled Eggs

Mar 27, 2015 ● By Brandi Barnett

If you have an Easter egg hunt planned this month, you’ll no doubt have lots of colorful, hard boiled eggs on hand. A classic way to use them is to make this quick and creamy recipe for Deviled Eggs.

Pumpkin Bridge, Three Rivers

Mar 27, 2015 ● By Enjoy Magazine

Enjoy the View

Fun Times Ahead at Visalia's Rawhide Baseball Stadium

Mar 27, 2015 ● By Brandi Barnett

Rawhide Stadium is where Visalia and the national pastime collide, a crucible in which the nation’s youngest and most promising baseball players try to pitch and swing and field their way to the bigs.

Visalia Technical Early College High School

Mar 27, 2015 ● By Brandi Barnett

What motivates a high school student to succeed? This is a relevant question to anyone connected to education.

The Growing Story of KMK Organic Farms

Mar 27, 2015 ● By Brandi Barnett

Michelle and Kyle Reynolds don’t exactly think of themselves as organic farmers, but when this community thinks organic, it definitely thinks of them.

Tasty Offerings at the Lunch Box

Mar 27, 2015 ● By Brandi Barnett

As if it weren’t charming enough, another café has been added to the list of Exeter’s diverse eateries.

Hanford's Historic Vendome Building

Mar 27, 2015 ● By Brandi Barnett

In 1891, Fred Moore built a warehouse to store and sell farm equipment, and by 1895 he expanded his Hanford business with a two-story brick building. And just like most of this valley’s history, one of Hanford’s oldest and most storied buildings has its roots in agriculture.
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