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The Palm Village Retirement Community took some time to recognize several employees for their years of service. In all, 22 employees were honored for their time, dedication and service to Palm Village. 

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A teacher from Great Western Elementary School was awarded a $1,000 grant by a local television station just before the end of the school year. 

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Guests who attended the annual Spring Benefit dinner and auction at the Sierra View Retirement Community on the afternoon of June 8 were treated to some good food, music and a silent auction. 

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Elizabeth Hernandez held a $1,000 check from Jon Callahan with the Reedley Rotary Club after she won a drawing during Reedley High School's Sober Grad celebration on May 31 and June 1. The Sober Grad celebration is an annual alcohol-free event that takes place in the overnight hours after th…

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There are a few things that Francisco Garcia — an engineer with the Reedley Fire Department — said he has learned during his 11 years working as a first responder. 

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Longtime Reedley residents Merle and Florence Siebert celebrated their 70th wedding anniversary on May 31. They couple was married in 1949 at the Bethel College Mennonite Church in North Newton, Kansas.  

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Zenon Garcia-Lopez said he always will remember the words his mother said to him after he brought home his cap and gown. 

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Reedley High School’s student chapter of Family, Careers and Community Leaders of America attended the California FCCLA State Leadership Conference held in Riverside, California.  

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 A quilt from the Heritage Quilters of Fresno. The group was formed in 2004 and honors the history of African American quilts and textiles. Since 2004, their membership has grown from the original 3 to 13 members of diverse cultures. The exhibit will be on display through June 19.

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The Education Employees Credit Union's Reedley branch sponsored an attendance rally for Kings Canyon High School students to show appreciation for their attendance and dedication to school.

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Michael Franzen, president of Kiwanis Club of Reedley Sunrise, received the Distinguished Service Award in recognition of the club's contributions to the Kiwanis International's "The Eliminate Project." The award was presented at the Kiwanis District 5 meeting in Fresno on May 11. Rocci Bars…

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The Reedley YMCA hostsed their annual Pets and Storybook Parade on May 4. Residents entered several costume competitions and walked the parade route with their pets. Kai Buckley rode in a fire truck during the parade. 

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Daphne Cuaresma of Reedley, was recently initiated into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation's oldest and most selective all-discipline collegiate honor society. Cuaresma was initiated at California State University, Fresno.

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Reedley High School's student chapter of Family, Careers and Community Leaders of America attended the California FCCLA State Leadership Conference held in Riverside, Ca. 

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The entire Reedley High School student body came together the morning of April 26 to cheer on and support the many spring athletes who are nearing playoff time.  

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On most days, Veronica Diaz, the Early Childhood Coordinator at Washington Elementary School, can be found tucked away in her classroom going over the day's notes, or meeting with local parents who participate in the "Save the Children" and "VROOM" programs she teaches. 

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It was a special day for nearly 400 Kings Canyon Unified School District students as many of them celebrated a special promotion on the afternoon of April 25 during the districts annual Children's Day event held at Jefferson School. 

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The Reedley YMCA will be hosting their annual Pets and Storybook parade on Saturday, May 4, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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This year's Pirate Pillars were recognized at the April 9 Kings Canyon Unified School Board Meeting. From left in the back row are Justin Fonseca, Clare McGahan,  Emily Booth, Julie Scott, Donglin Song. Front row from left are Reese Kubo, Alexandria Moncada, Rhianen Callahan, Madeline Gates.…

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The Reedley High School chapter of the Family Career and Community Leaders of America or FCCLA conducted a community service project to benefit the American Cancer Society on April 13 in Dinuba. 

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Merlin and June Buller of Reedley will celebrate 70 years of marriage on April 28. The couple has four children, 10 grandchildren and 15 great grand children. 

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It was the morning of April 4, and on the lawn in front of the basketball gym at Reedley College were two Reedley High students. Both were knelt beside a parked car's window, and both were carefully dusting the door of the vehicle for fingerprints. 

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St. La Salle Catholic School student, Kelly Fernandez displayed her project dealing with candle burning times. Kelly tested several candles including lavender, fresh linen, and lemon to work on her project. 

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The public is invited to attend a series of public meetings to discuss grant opportunities for improvements to Camacho Park. 

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The annual Reedley Rummage Roundup will be held on Saturday, April 6.  The event will begin at 7 a.m. and will continue until 1 p.m. Various local vendors will set up along G Street in downtown Reedley.

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It was during the lunch hour on the afternoon of March 21 that Daniel Ramirez, a maintenance worker with Kings Canyon Unified School District, said their newest milestone- reaching the two year mark with no work related injures or accidents- wouldn't have been possible had it not been for th…

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From left, Conner Cooney, Dylan Cooney, Uziel Chavez, Josiah Jimenez all posed for a photo at the annual PAL track meet on March 14 in Reedley. 

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Meredith Torres, a 12-year-old student at Immanuel Schools in Reedley, reached into her family's chick brooder and pulled out a small yellow chick. 

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Joseph Gonzalez, the director of maintenance for the Kings Canyon Unified School District and his team stood before the KCUSD school board on the evening of March 12 to update them about their new milestone of reaching two years with no job related accidents. 

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Michael Flores, a health education specialist with Fresno County's Department of Health, held up a vial full of sugar on the morning of March 8.

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The Reedley Library was filled with groups of focused and competitive students on the afternoon of March 1, all there to answer questions about books and all there to win. 

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Students joined hands before the Academic Decathlon 2019 took place on March 2 at San Joaquin Memorial in Fresno. St. La Salle Catholic School participated and brought home several awards.  St. La Salle School placed first place in the Super Quiz category. They first place in History with An…

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The Reedley High School chapter of Family, Careers and Community Leaders of America or FCCLA, traveled to Central West High School on Feb. 23 for the FCCLA Competitive Regional Event. 

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