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Strawberry Season Begins in Fresno County

By Kristi Johnson, Fresno County Office of Tourism Fresno County Strawberry Stands and Local Farmers Markets remain open as essential businesses Fresno County Strawberry Stands are now open for business, featuring fresh picked strawberries and other local produce.  Fifteen Strawberry Stands are ...

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Nature is calling you

By Cheryl Senn “Take a walk in the trees & smell the wild air. Nature’s ability to heal is greater than anyone has permitted you to believe.”-projecthappiness.org. I have been super busy and somewhat overwhelmed with all the work and ...

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Spring forward

By Cheryl Senn It seems like everything around me is expecting me to speed up and move a little faster. Maybe a lot faster. This past Sunday, everyone moved their clocks ahead, one hour, in observance of Daylight Saving Time. ...

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Fresh start

By Cheryl Senn “The magic in new beginnings is truly the most powerful of them all,” Josiyah Martin once said. After a year of partial to complete shutdowns of schools, business, and community events, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it ...

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Gradual return to campus brings a glimpse of normalcy

By Cheryl Senn It was reminiscent of long lines for a rock concert, blockbuster movie or opening night of a famous play. If you would have driven by the Sanger High School on Tuesday afternoon, you would have wondered what ...

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Creating a vision

By Cheryl Senn “Vision is the ability to see potential in what others overlook,”-Rick Warren For the past few years, James Pinedo, owner of Definitive Staffing, in downtown Sanger, looked at the big blank east wall of his business building. ...

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A new beginning

By Anahi Jaramillo “And yet the dawn is ours before we know it. Somehow we do it, somehow we’ve weathered and witnessed a nation that isn’t broken, but simply unfinished. We are the successors of a country and a time ...

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Light at the end of the tunnel

By Cheryl Senn I have been hearing the phrase,”the light at the end of the tunnel” a lot lately from our leaders. Most of them are talking about the Nation going through a world pandemic. With the distribution of the ...

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Honoring Allie

By Dana Xiong, Allie’s mother Dear Friends,  I am sharing a very intimate speech that I gave during an interview with the local news. I know that no words can fully capture the life of my beautiful daughter, Allie Chang. ...

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Overcoming the distance of a COVID Christmas

By Cheryl Senn “Although the world is full of suffering, it is also full of the overcoming of it,” said Helen Keller This holiday season is complicated, at best, and presents many challenges that no other year has ever experienced. ...

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