Oct 30, 2013
The Modesto Bee
Children experience a cooking pot for asthma in the Central Valley
There is the American flag, the California state flag and the color-coded asthma flag – green when the air is clear, red when it is a respiratory nightmare, as it so often is here.
San Luis Obispo's Mission bells then and now
"It was dark night when the train deposited me at San Luis Obispo town . . ." Charles Francis Saunders arrived on a train the Southern Pacific Railroad came to call "The Lark" because of its night time service.
Lode enrollment may start to rise
After a decade of decline, enrollments may be bottoming out or even ticking upward slightly at public school districts in Calaveras County, say district administrators.
Brigitte Bowers: La Grange offers glimpses of Gold Rush
La Grange, which began as an encampment along the Tuolumne River, today rests on a hill overlooking the river.
2013 Humboldt Folklife Festival to highlight local stars and a new comedic-music night
Fired up for yet another week of family-friendly, folksy, grin-filled events, the Humboldt Folklife Society's summertime Folklife Festival is set to commence for the 35th time this Saturday night and run through July 20. Of course, this year's festivities includes the staples -- the Annie and Mary Day, a barn dance, songwriters night, country ... (more)