historic http://kvpr.org en Historic Fresno Arch May Move For High Speed Rail http://kvpr.org/post/historic-fresno-arch-may-move-high-speed-rail <p><span style="line-height: 1.5;">Up and down the valley, many cities have historic signs or archways which welcome visitors to town. Modesto's arch promotes a city filled with "Water Wealth Contentment and Health." Clovis proudly proclaims itself as the "Gateway to the Sierras," and Bakersfield makes a bold statement with its arch off of Buck Owens Boulevard. Fresno has its own historic archway, but as </span>FM89's<span style="line-height: 1.5;"> Joe Moore reports, it may soon need a new home.</span></p> Fri, 25 Oct 2013 22:09:12 +0000 Joe Moore 23469 at http://kvpr.org Historic Fresno Arch May Move For High Speed Rail Yosemite's historic bridges named to most endangered list http://kvpr.org/post/yosemites-historic-bridges-named-most-endangered-list <p>Earlier this week, the National Trust for Historic Preservation issued its annual list of the nation&#39;s most endangered historic sites, and for the second year in a row, Central California is in the spotlight. And this year, the preservation group is focusing attention on efforts to save several historic stone bridges in Yosemite National Park. FM89&#39;s Joe Moore has this report.</p><p> Fri, 08 Jun 2012 19:00:00 +0000 Joe Moore 288 at http://kvpr.org Yosemite's historic bridges named to most endangered list Hanford’s China Alley gains national honor, and concern for future http://kvpr.org/post/hanford-s-china-alley-gains-national-honor-and-concern-future <p>Hanford&rsquo;s 7th Avenue looks pretty much like any other busy street in a small San Joaquin Valley town. It&rsquo;s a broad avenue populated with a haphazard array of muffler shops, fast food joints and gas stations. Yet less than half a block away exists another world, seemingly frozen in time, a cultural and historic artifact, built by Chinese immigrants who came to build the railroad starting in the 1870&rsquo;s, a place called China Alley.</p> Wed, 15 Jun 2011 16:45:21 +0000 Joe Moore 297 at http://kvpr.org Hanford’s China Alley gains national honor, and concern for future