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Wedding and Quinceanera Expo returns to Lindsay

Hispanic young ladies have been celebrating Quinceanera for more than 1,000 years. According to quinceanera.com, many Latin American societies – including the Inca, the Maya, the Toltec and the Aztec – celebrated an initiation ceremony for young women that was the predecessor to today’s coming of age party. After the arrival of the Spanish conquistadors […]

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Community Calendar

April April 4 – The Sequoia Genealogical Society will meet, at 7 p.m., at the Seventh Day Adventist Church, 494 N. Blackstone, in Tulare. The public is invited to attend. For more info. call 688-2264. April 4 – Annual Pizza Lunch, sponsored by the Lemon Cove Women’s Club, 2 p.m. at Club House on Avenue […]

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Healthier foods for on the GO

The war for healthy school lunches wages on, but parents serious about the childhood nutrition have options. “With childhood obesity on the rise and kids eating worse today than they did 20 years ago, it is so important for parents to take their children’s diets seriously,” says Elizabeth Somer, registered dietitian, nutritionist and author of […]

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Heart-Healthy Helpings with Veggie Sliders

For a healthy alternative to the American grilling classic, the burger, consider adding unique ingredients such as California Raisins to add flavor and nutrition. A good source of potassium and fiber, raisins are an all-natural, no-sugar-added ingredient and are fat- and cholesterol-free. As if that weren’t enough, raisins may support heart health, according to new […]

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How long should I run lawn sprinklers?

Spring is the best time to prepare the lawn for summer heat because mild temperatures favor root growth and roots supply water to leaf blades. Watering thoroughly and infrequently allows roots to develop deeper than 6 inches in the soil profile. Deep roots help lawns stay vigorous in hot weather. Short, frequent irrigations stop root […]

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Young At Heart

When Anita Villegas moved to Woodlake from San Jose 42 years ago, she told her husband Manuel she was having second thoughts about living in such a small town. “It was hard leaving my four sisters, but I made Manuel promise I could go back to visit once a month,” she said. “I even made […]

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A Hopping Place

Top: Four-month-old Mariah Trujillo loved the Easter Bunny’s visit to San Joaquin Prime Care in Farmersville on March 21. Also that day, San Joaquin Prime Care announced the winners of its Easter Drawing and Coloring Contest in Farmersville. Farmersville winners were: Elexzander Digivanni-Atkins, 2; Julianna Manzano, 6; Kelly Avina, 9; Alisah Lopez, 10 years old. […]

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