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EMERGING FROM THE SHUTDOWN: A Stone’s Throw from Closing but Never Giving Up

Dani Schulz opened A Stone’s Throw Massage Therapy nine days before COVID caused the first business shutdown, and it forced her to get creative really fast. Determined to survive—and thrive—she focused on furthering her knowledge of massage therapy and other modalities she could employ when her business could reopen. Once California allowed massage services to take place outdoors, she started ...

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BEEKEEPING & HONEY-MAKING LECTURE AT FRESNO FLATS

Fresno Flats Historical Museum is stretching its wings, much like bees emerging from a honey-filled hive. In fact, next Saturday, June 12, Fresno Flats offers a lecture and q & a session on exactly that—as part of its series on homesteading. Conducted by local beekeeper, Doug Mendonca, the event takes place from 10 am to 12 noon at Fresno Flats ...

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Walking up a Dirt Road: Worman’s Mill, Sunny Meadows to O’Neal’s Meadow Loop

Whose footsteps did I walk in this week? I sure didn’t expect to discover a connection to Hite’s Cove on my looped hike along Sunny Meadows and through O’Neil’s Meadows. Distance: 12.12 Miles (but you can go shorter or longer)Difficulty: ModerateElevation Range: 3,417′ to 4,862′Date: May 18, 2021CALTOPO: Worman’s Mill to Sonny Meadows and O’Neil Meadows LoopDog Hike: Maybe As ...

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Recipe of the Week: Sunshine Smoothie

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It’s that time of year again when nearly everyone wants to be outside all day, every day. These are the times kids have been waiting for all year long. The sun is shining bright in the sky, the flowers are blooming and the temperature is rising every minute. Spring and summer are typically full of fun, laughter, family and friends ...

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History Mystery #99: Mystery Site at the Mono National Forest

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The Mono Museum in North Fork would like more information about the site in this photograph.  It is at the edge of the Mono National Forest in Mono County.  What is significant about this place?  Any information will be appreciated. Have you visited the refurbished Mono Museum in North Fork?  It is open Monday, Wednesday, Friday, & Saturday from 10 ...

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Fresno State Sweet Corn Returns to Gibson Farm Market

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The Rue and Gwen Gibson Farm Market (5368 N. Chestnut Ave.) will welcome back sweet corn lovers with their first chance this year to purchase the tasty treat at 8 a.m., Monday, May 31. Two outside, mobile purchase stations on the north side of the store will accommodate opening day shoppers who want to purchase pre-bagged corn in quantities of ...

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Get Out There! Events HAPPENING This Weekend

By Judi Hussain What a difference a year makes. Last Memorial Weekend we were still reeling to our new circumstances. What had always been the biggest weekend of our year suddenly became either non-existent or virtual. Businesses were mostly shuttered, and outdoor events evaporated. Thanks to constantly lowering COVID numbers and increasing vaccinations, the Weekend (with a capital W) is ...

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Recipe of the Week: Kids Charcuterie Snack Board

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Summer sun means it’s time for warm-weather fun for kids of all ages, and all that activity and playing calls for snacks and hydration to recharge. Whether your children like to play poolside or take a bicycle adventure through the neighborhood, the right nutrient-dense foods can keep the fun going all day long. For an option that quenches hunger (and ...

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