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Letter to the Editor: Waste Not Want Not—What Will the Garbage Pile Produce This Year?

Waste Not Want Not: What Will the Garbage Pile Produce This Year? Dear Editor, An annual rite of spring at our house is watching the garbage pile to see what mystery plants might pop up at its fringe—all volunteers from our kitchen waste. In younger households, or among city dwellers, such wet garbage depositories get […]

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Letter to the Editor: Autumn Harvest Festival in Miki, Japan

Dear Editor, In November 2016, I had the privilege of leading a delegation of eleven Visalia citizens on a visit to our sister city, Miki, Japan. We were hosted for a week by their city officials and local families, invited into their homes to see the daily routine of Japanese life, were entertained at banquets, […]

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Business Cents: The Sequence of Returns

Provided by Garrett German What exactly is the “sequence of returns”? The phrase simply describes the yearly variation in an investment portfolio’s rate of return. Across 20 or 30 years of saving and investing for the future, what kind of impact do these deviations from the average return have on a portfolio’s final value?  The […]

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Notes from Home: MADA

By Trudy Wischemann  The national news has been intertwining with my personal history over the last few weeks, snarling my thoughts.  I’m hoping that by writing to you, dear readers, they’ll get a little less knotty. Trying to sum up my father’s 92+ years on the planet, whose story is marked by a major political […]

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Prays Together: That’s Not True! Truth in an Untrustworthy World

By David Welch  While the first digital connection in 1916 was between two locations, the Internet has since exploded into an informational super nova. Unfortunately (and fortunately when considering censorship), this information is pushed unfiltered to computers, news feeds, laptops, and even main stream media sources. Social media, specifically Twitter, has exponentially influenced the spread […]

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Lemon Cove lifts up prayer choir

Celebrant Singers return from 10-day mission in Puerto Rico thanks to the generosity of a small community By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN LEMON COVE – Since 1977 Jon Stemkoski and The Celebrant Singers have conducted musical mission trips in all 50 states, all Canadian Provinces, and to countries worldwide. This Saturday, Aug. 11, they return home from […]

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