Paso Robles http://kvpr.org en Valley Edition: July 22 - Fresno Food Expo; Food Commons; Dark Sky Festival; Patrick Contreras http://kvpr.org/post/valley-edition-july-22-fresno-food-expo-food-commons-dark-sky-festival-patrick-contreras <p>This week on Valley Edition we preview the 4<sup>th</sup> annual <a href="http://www.fresnofoodexpo.com/">Fresno Food Expo</a> with Amy Fuentes with the City of Fresno and&nbsp;<a href="https://www.linkedin.com/pub/agnes-saghatelian/5/934/915">Agnes Saghatelian</a>&nbsp;president of Valley Lahvosh Baking Company. Tue, 22 Jul 2014 18:58:02 +0000 Ezra David Romero & Joe Moore 36061 at http://kvpr.org Valley Edition: July 22 - Fresno Food Expo; Food Commons; Dark Sky Festival; Patrick Contreras Paso Robles Winemaker Battles Valley Fever http://kvpr.org/post/paso-robles-winemaker-battles-valley-fever <p></p><p></p><p><span style="line-height: 1.5;">The quest for the perfect pinot noir lured Todd and Tammy Schaefer from Malibu to Paso Robles in 2001. But a different fate awaited them and their business, called Pacific Coast Vineyards.</span></p><p>“My wife and I had just come up here, to set up shop and continue our practice of winemaking, and, ‘Welcome to Paso Robles, here’s valley fever,’” Todd recounts.</p><p>In October of 2003, Todd was running a bulldozer through a vineyard, and kicking up lots of dust. They had no idea that dust would make him ill.</p> Wed, 15 May 2013 17:55:03 +0000 Rebecca Plevin 15108 at http://kvpr.org Paso Robles Winemaker Battles Valley Fever Cases Of Mysterious Valley Fever Rise In American Southwest http://kvpr.org/post/cases-mysterious-valley-fever-rise-american-southwest When she was just 6, Emily Gorospe became very tired and sick. The spunky girl, now 8, developed a fever that wouldn't go away, and red blotches appeared across her body.<p>"She's got so much energy usually," says Emily's mother, Valerie Gorospe. "Just walking from one part of the house ... she was drained." The little girl was also very pale. "She just didn't look like herself," Valerie recalls.<p>Emily, who lives in Delano, in California's Central Valley, was eventually diagnosed with <a href="http://www.cdc.gov/fungal/coccidioidomycosis/">valley fever</a>, also known as coccidioidomycosis. Mon, 13 May 2013 07:32:32 +0000 Rebecca Plevin 15011 at http://kvpr.org Cases Of Mysterious Valley Fever Rise In American Southwest