There I was, just like every morning. Coffee cup at my side, working the crossword puzzle.
This has been such an interesting year. We never thought we would see an event that would change the world so drastically.
A new school year is approaching, and Noble Credit Union is doing its part to ensure local children have the supplies to help them thrive, reg…
Well Done Moving, Inc. is showing its appreciation for the local community by offering a moving discount to first responders.
The California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) has revoked the license of the University Deli Liquor store located at 1752 East…
SELMA — Selma City Council held about a lengthy five-hour meeting on Monday, Sept. 21 and here are some highlights of what was discussed.
Despite winning two out of three games in pool play, a tiebreaker knocked the Hanford 9-year-old Cal Ripken all-stars from reaching the final …
SELMA — After temperatures reached over 110 degrees last weekend in the Central Valley, the heatwave is expected to continue this week.
Have we got events for you! Wild Boyz Comedy Show, Puppet Show+, Hanford Dia de Los Muertos at the Hanford Mall, Indigenous Voices, and the International 5th annual Hanford Monologue Slam. This is all unique programming for our small town, yet here we are making it happen.
Though things are not quite back to what we call normal, we have some programming news. First up, standup comedy — HMTC is partnering with Trent Babb to bring four standup comedians under the title "WILD BOYZ COMEDY SHOW."
25 Years Ago - Life in a small town has benefits you can’t find anywhere else. But how can you take advantage of those benefits and take part in the educational, social, and recreational opportunities of our growing “global village”?
The annual Lemoore Lions Brewfest returns to the Lemoore Lions Park from 5 to 9 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 27. The event will feature food, fun, games and — of course — brews, both locally and nationally known.
Author Grace Eunsung Cha takes her book "Korean Spirit in the Air: The Korean Aviation School in Willows, California," and turns it into a puppet show for Hanford Multicultural Theater Company.