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KVPR.org on-air with new online

Visitors to KVPR.org have noticed some big changes in the last few days, as the station launched its all-new website late last week. In addition to a more appealing design, the new KVPR.org features a homepage filled with the latest news content from NPR and from Valley Public Radio’s own local reporters. “It’s a completely new […]

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Control ant invasion with patience, hard work

Ants are a nuisance in and around homes where they find food, water and places to nest, but they are a serious problem when they contaminate food or damage structures and landscapes. Some ants sting, but most don’t. Some ants protect aphids, whiteflies and soft scales on plants by fighting off their natural enemies. They […]

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Natural Balance

It’s time to grab the sunscreen and say Namaste in the great outdoors. The Kaweah Oaks Preserve will play host to a special yoga event starting at 10 a.m. Aug. 25. Yoga instructor Dina Restivo will guide guests through various yoga positions in a unique natural environment. The event is one of many special events […]

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‘Spirit of America’ returns to Exeter

This year, mother-daughter team Nancy J. Reid and Lisa D. Smith – publishers of BigBlendMagazines.com and hosts of Big Blend Radio, officially embarked on their SPIRIT OF AMERICA TOUR. Their mission was to connect America as a family to America’s Best Idea, by visiting all 397 National Parks, whose idea was to enhance quality of […]

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Drought tolerant but bright, bold & beautiful

Rearranging an established garden can be a daunting but exciting project. In the Master Gardener demonstration garden along Mill Creek at West Main and Fairway in Visalia we recently removed a section of Rush plants which were blocking a sprinkler and the view into the garden. We are left with a 5 by 13 foot […]

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Down Memory Lane

While Christmas is months away the holiday spirit is coming back to residents on Powell Street in Exeter. For those that remember the days of Exeter’s Candy Cane Lane, Powell Street was the place to see some of the best local lights and holiday décor. But as residents aged and people moved, the tradition ended […]

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County Fair reframes photo contest

Tulare County’s Information & Communications Technology Department (TCiCT) is partnering with the Tulare County Fair to put on a digital photography contest. The purpose of the contest is to ask the public to help showcase the beauty of Tulare County in a variety of ways. “We are excited to partner with the County of Tulare […]

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