hunger

Valley Edition
2:35 pm
Tue October 15, 2013

On Valley Edition: Calif. Water Issues; Prisons; Hunger in the Valley; Sports Related Head Trauma

KQED's Sasha Khoka reports on the reality of the cost of food in a region of the state that produces a great portion of the fruits and vegetables coming out of the state.
Credit Scott Anger / KQED

This week on Valley Edition we take a look at the issues of water, hunger, prisons and the effects of repetitive hits form football. Beginning the show, Valley Edition Host Joe Moore speaks with Assembly Member Henry T. Perea about the issue of water across the state.

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Valley Edition
12:41 pm
Tue September 24, 2013

On Valley Edition: High Speed Rail; Valley Fever Symposium; Food Documentary; Fresno Philharmonic

Credit Fresno Metro Ministries

This week on Valley Edition we take a look at a few issues impacting the region. Valley Public Radio Reporter Ezra David Romero reports on how the implementation of High Speed Rail will force businesses and residents along its path to relocate. Fresno Bee Reporter Tim Sheehan joins Valley Edition Host Joe Moore for an update on the statewide project.

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Valley Edition
3:50 pm
Tue June 26, 2012

Residents Work to Solve Hunger; Court Closures; Woodward Shakespeare

This week on Valley Edition, we look at how Valley residents are working to develop new, grassroots solutions to the problem of hunger in our community. We also look at how planned court closures will affect the residents of rural Fresno County communities, and learn about this year's Woodward Shakespeare Festival.

Valley Edition for June 26, 2012

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Valley Edition
1:37 pm
Thu June 21, 2012

Backyard citrus harvest helps feed those in need

Sarah Ramirez displays the fruits of her harvest at a backyard in Visalia
Joe Moore Valley Public Radio

Across the southern San Joaquin Valley, the commercial citrus harvest is virtually over. But over the past two months, a volunteer group has been working in backyards across Tulare county to collect fruit that would otherwise go to waste, and donate it to those in need. FM89's Joe Moore has this report.

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Valley Edition
2:54 pm
Tue March 6, 2012

On Valley Edition: Hunger; African American Student Graduation Rate

Segment 1: Hunger in the Valley
A new study of hunger in America ranks Bakersfield and Fresno number one and two in the nation in number of residents who struggle to put food on the table. How has the richest agricultural area in the nation become home to so many people who can't afford food? Ian Anderson with the Community Action Partnership of Kern County and Andy Souza, with Fresno's Community Food Bank join host Juanita Stevenson to talk about how to bring access to food to communities that struggle with poverty, in the middle of persistent economic challenges.

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Valley Edition
2:28 pm
Tue January 31, 2012

On Valley Edition: Worst Place to Find a Job; UC Merced; Storytellers Project

This week on Valley Edition, we talk about whether the Valley is the worst place in the US to find a job, as US News and World Report claims in a new article. We talk with UC Merced's new chancellor about the efforts at the campus to boost the region's economy. And we close the program with a report about a theater project in Sanger that aims to bring people together over the topic of hunger, in a land of agricultural abundance.

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Valley Public Radio News
8:58 am
Tue January 31, 2012

Valley Storytellers Project brings people together over hunger

It's lunchtime at the Sanger High School Cafeteria. But instead of hundreds of teenagers, the room on this Saturday is filled with ordinary Valley residents of all ages and ethnicities, some writers, and a handful of theatre professionals from LA's Cornerstone Theatre. And even though many of them just ate, the conversation quickly turns to the issue of the day… hunger.

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Valley Edition
4:26 pm
Tue December 13, 2011

On Valley Edition: Academics Versus Athletics; Helping Those In Need

This week on Valley Edition we talk about the challenges of balancing academics and athletics at NCAA Division I schools, and hear from Fresno State President John Welty and CSUB President Horace Mitchell. We also talk about efforts to help those in need this holiday season.

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