A Great Champion of Truth

Last week I shared about Martin Luther, the great German Protestant reformer of the sixteenth century, after whom Martin Luther King, Jr. was named after. Back then, during what was called the [...]

Looking forward to Sharp

You might not know the name Randy Sharp right away, but his songs are as familiar as a hot Valley summer. Sharp is a country singer/songwriter who has written songs for Clay Walker, Patty [...]

SteadFast

Tea Time There’s something about tea that is so comforting. Maybe it’s that I associate it with things like Downton Abbey, a kitty snuggled on my lap, a good book or glorious rainy days. But [...]

Hey – That’s Mine!

On our honeymoon, I wore a rich turquoise colored coat. It was lovely. Women wore more elegant clothes then. It was the mid-fifties, and the women we admired were Grace Kelly and Jacqueline [...]

Early Three Rivers Settlers

By Joe Docter Lorin Berryman’s excellent little book on Terminus Reservoir does not overlook the early white explorations below the Terminus area, although he does pass up a couple of interesting [...]

‘Price Is Right’ for Lindsay girl

Josie Fonseca of Lindsay was so excited to be a contestant on The Price Is Right, she said she was from Tulare. “I was so excited my thinking process wasn’t working very well,” Josie said. “I [...]

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