Author: Diana Giraldo

Winter recreational activities for all

The three-week break from school is a winter gift within itself for students. After almost four hard months of work…

Laugh in the face of challenges

By Diana Giraldo | GFC Editor @dianainspired Life is full of moments where you can choose to challenge yourself or…

Fueling student success

Packing a healthy lunch or snacks for students can be more than just a morning scurry to put something together;…

With new school year underway, local law enforcement officials work to ensure student safety

Back-to-school season brings back the commotion of a jam-packed schedule, after-school activities and hours of homework to households with students.…

Local bicycle shops promote fitness through cycling

Injuries and disabilities can limit an individual's capability to continue exercising and living an active life, but the bicycle shops…

Hall of Fame awards recognize individuals of greatness in our community

The city of Clovis came together June 18 for the 33 annual Hall of Fame awards, which celebrates and honors…

Staying active and seeking counsel aids those with PTSD

It's like a mini movie that plays in your head, explained Christopher Fernando; “It may only last 10 seconds but…

Get Fit Clovis participants share summer goals

The trails in Clovis are a local favorite to runners, joggers and walkers who are all working toward a healthy…

Get Fit Clovis founder hopes to inspire community

The idea began with a passing thought that stemmed from a yearning for unity; “You know what Clovis needs? Clovis…

Reporter aims to inspire others in sharing her personal fitness journey

As long as I can remember my mother has always been a fervent advocate of home cooked meals. Growing up…

Clovis fireman Brian Cox serves on and off duty

Many times firefighters enter the lives of community members through a rescues or by extinguishing fires, but an individual like…

George Palmer shares 106 years of memories

George Palmer has seen 106 years of American history through his bright blue-brown eyes. Born in 1909, Palmer grew up…