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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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Former San Joaquin Memorial High School School student, Bryanna Rivas earned top honors at the University of San Diego, a Catholic university, for the 2018 Fall semester. 

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Karen Anderson sat in the back of the gym at Immanuel High School on the afternoon of Feb. 7, waiting to speak to new parents about the school and what it has to offer. This was all part of the school's annual "Campus Days" program. 

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The Career Center at Reedley College was bustling with excitement on the morning of Feb. 5 as the first ever, "Dress For Success" event took place on campus.

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Clovis  author Anne Briggs visited the Reedley Drama Club on Jan 8 to share her life story which began in an "Irish Mother - Baby Home" in Castlepollard, Ireland in 1949. 

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Immanuel Music Presents Disney’s Beauty and the Beast Reedley, CA. – Immanuel Schools’ Performing Arts Department proudly presents. Disney’s Beauty and the Beast in eight public performances February 9-17, 2019.

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Turn to page A2 in any Reedley Exponent issue, at the bottom left hand corner is a box with a list of names. Several lines down the list is the name Tom Montijo. Next to his name is his title, "Graphic Artist." Walk through the Exponent office on any given weekday, and most of the time, Mont…

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Candelaria Hernandez sat and watched as her daughter, 9-year-old, Carolina Hernandez practiced her back flips on the large blue mat at the Reedley Community Center on the afternoon of Jan. 17. 

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Kate Isaak is the first face a customer will see when they walk into the Reedley Exponent office in downtown Reedley.  

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Three members of the local chapter for the Family Career and Community Leaders of America, or FCCLA spoke during the Kings River Unified School Board meeting on the evening of Jan. 8.

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It was all about thanking the community and showing appreciation for those who have helped the local senior programs by volunteering their time and efforts. 

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Julia Thompson, 9, said that when she entered her "Browned Butter Pizzelles with Chai Spice" cookies into this years cookie contest, she was not expecting to win. 

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Jim Mulligan was sworn in as the newest member of the Kings Canyon Unified School District Governing Board at the Tuesday, December 11 board meeting. Mulligan is filling the board position previously held by Connie Brooks.  

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Students at St. LaSalle Schools held their annual Christmas program on Dec. 9, and performed the story of the birth of Jesus, as well as a number of holiday songs for those in attendance. 

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Take a drive down G Street in Reedley and it's easy to spot- a large neon sign, red in color, with the name "Valentino's" displayed in the window. 

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First grade students from Immanuel Schools in Reedley sang Christmas carols to residents at  Palm Village homes on Dec. 5. The students were from the classrooms of  teachers; Mrs. Martens and Mrs. Goetz.

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The Kings Canyon Unified School District is one of 373 school districts in the U.S. and Canada being honored by the College Board with placement on the 9th Annual AP® District Honor Roll.  

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It was just after 6 p.m. on the evening of Dec. 3 as the Norman Zech Reedley College Community College Orchestra practiced in the Forum Hall on campus for their annual Christmas concert which was set to begin at 7 p.m.

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Reedley resident Julie Jimenez stood beside the 40-foot tall Christmas tree in downtown Reedley on the evening of Nov. 24 and said the tree lighting is something they participate in every year. 

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The works of the San Joaquin Quilters Guild is now on display at the Mennonite Quilt Center's museum. The museum is located upstairs above the Mennonite Quilt Store, Marci VanderGriend, store manager for the Mennonite Quilt Store, a non profit quilt store located in downtown Reedley and owne…

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The Norman Zech Reedley College Orchestra will perform a free Christmas concert at 7 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 3 inside the Forum Hall. The orchestra is named in memory of its founder; Norman Zech.

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The water temperatures in the Kings River near Fresno County can average anywhere from a chilly 49 degrees all the way up to 60 degrees, water too cold, too swift, and  too dangerous for anyone to swim in. 

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Erik Valencia, Executive director for the Reedley Chamber of Commerce and Jose Plascencia, Chamber board chairman stand in front of the selected tree that will be displayed in downtown Reedley during the holiday season. 

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Five year old Nathen Huffman was likely still in diapers the last time a group of community members climbed up Campbell Mountain to restore the capital "R" that overlooks the city of Reedley.

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The sun had still not set on the evening of Oct. 31, but already, lines of children dressed in Halloween costumes were starting to make their way to downtown Reedley for the second annual "Trick or Treat on G Street" event. 

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Students at Immanuel Schools sat mesmerized as they were taken on a virtual trip up Yosemite's Half Dome on the afternoon of Oct. 26 during a presentation by author Jill Osborne. 

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Locals from the St. Anthony of Padua Church in Reedley gathered to recite a public rosary on Oct. 13. The reading is part of a national  campaign called "America Needs Fatima," and was held to commemorate the 101st anniversary of the Apparitions of Our Lady Fatima, a Catholic event that bega…

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According to reports, changes to senior citizen's mental fitness and driving abilities are common as they enter the later years of their lives, and most senior drivers would like to continue to be independent with their transportation abilities.

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Newly named president of the Latino, Faculty and Staff Association, or LFSA, Luis Morales stood inside the wine tasting room of the Kings River Winery on the evening of Oct. 19 and said he has officially come full circle.

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It was visible from blocks away- a large American flag hanging nearly 100-feet in the air, waving atop the extended ladder of  Reedley Fire's engine 131 on the evening of Oct. 11.

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The River City Theatre in downtown Reedley was bustling with excitement as last minute preparations took place on the evening of  Oct. 11 for the debut of their latest show, Smokey Joe's Cafe on Oct. 19. 

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