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Situated in the south central San Joaquin Valley, the city of Hanford is an important commercial and cultural center. The Hanford Fox Theatre was built downtown in 1929. The building is used predominately for live concerts and shows including the Charlie Daniels Band and Kathy Griffin. The Bastille, used as the Kings County Jail from 1898 through 1964, was constructed using Romanesque style architecture and features a crenellated octagonal tower. Today it is used as a restaurant and a nightclub.

Population: 41686
Local Newspapers: Los Angeles Times New Times Los Angeles Hanford Sentinel
Local Sports Teams: LA Clippers LA Dodgers LA Galaxy LA Lakers LA Kings LA Sparks
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Zip Codes associated with hanford, california: 93230
Towns/Cities near hanford, california : Goshen Remnoy Laton Armona Lemoore Grangeville Traver Kingsburg

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KVMI/Visalia, CA Morning Host Mike Pesto ... Jinx?

MOMENTUM BROADCASTING AC KVMI /VISALIA-TULARE-HANFORD, CA Account Exec. ROCHELLE DALY is the daughter of CLEVELAND INDIANS Bench Coach BRAD MILLS; the team had just set a Major League record of 22 wins in a row.

Police Investigate as Kitten Found Hurt in California Jail

A California prison is investigating whether an injured feral kitten found at the jail was hurt by a corrections officer. The Fresno Bee reported Friday that the kitten was likely part of the feral cat colony that has been at the Avenal State Prison, south of Fresno, for 30 years.

Five Things To Do Today, Friday, Sept. 15 | Music from Latin to rock to country

The Latin superstar is one of the most influential salsa artists of his time with more than 12 million albums sold and sold-out shows throughout the world. Save Mart Center, 2650 E. Shaw Ave., Fresno, 559-278-3400 , www.savemartcenter.com , $46-$166.

Hanford congressman among first Republicans to back bill helping undocumented immigrants

President Trump defended his decision to end the DACA program, which protected nearly 800,000 young undocumented immigrants, on Tuesday afternoon. President Trump defended his decision to end the DACA program, which protected nearly 800,000 young undocumented immigrants, on Tuesday afternoon.

Wine lovers strike it rich wine tasting in Sutter Creek

A balance of old and new greets the traveler to Sutter Creek's Main Street where the Hotel Sutter offers gourmet dining in Sutter Creek. Hotel Sutter also offers 21 guest rooms -- perfect after a day of wine tasting.

The North Canterbury town that has predicted the election outcome for 33 years

Most towns and suburbs in New Zealand vote fairly consistently. Blue areas almost always vote blue, red almost always red.

Future of lifestyle blocks key area of concern

Terrace Station, near Hororata, was once the home of New Zealand Premier Sir John Hall, who successfully campaigned in parliament for women's suffrage. Photo: Heritage New Zealand Rural subdivisions and the future of primary production in rural areas were the most pressing concerns presented in the Waimakariri District Council's district development strategy hearings last week, Mayor David Ayers said.

Elmore's Landing to get new life

South Walton wood artist and legend Joe Elmore passed away March 11, leaving behind thousands of pieces of his wood carvings, creations, paintings and artwork at his iconic Elmore's Landing.

California Republicans ask House Speaker to consider bill to help...

Congressman David G. Valadao, left, meets a constituent, Jennifer Fraser behind closed doors at his 21st Congressional District office in Hanford. Central Valley Reps.

Future of lifestyle blocks key area of concern

Terrace Station, near Hororata, was once the home of New Zealand Premier Sir John Hall, who successfully campaigned in parliament for women's suffrage. Photo: Heritage New Zealand Rural subdivisions and the future of primary production in rural areas were the most pressing concerns presented in the Waimakariri District Council's district development strategy hearings last week, Mayor David Ayers said.

Five Things To Do Today, Friday, Sept. 1 | Disco, mariachi, hot rods and dessert

John Acosta, Daryl Borges and Jeff Celentano perform their tribute to Maurice, Barry and Robin down to the falsettos and styles of the '60s and '70s. Engelmann Cellars, 3275 N. Rolinda Ave., Fresno, 559-274-9463 , www.eventbrite.com/e/bee-gees-gold-at-engelmann-cellars-tickets-33103487422?aff=es2 , $15.

2 dead, 4 injured in fiery Hanford crash early Thursday

The pickups crashed about 1 a.m. at the intersection of Grangeville Boulevard and Avenue 9 1/4. A Dodge pickup was northbound and a Toyota pickup was being driven eastbound at the time of the collision.

5 Things To Do Today, Thursday, Aug. 31 | Country and Christian music & cage fighting

The country singer, songwriter and guitarist brings the "All American Road Show Tour" to town. This is the show that was originally scheduled for June 1 but postponed after Stapleton suffered a finger injury that affected his ability to play the guitar.

Fresno ties a record for heat, and no relief will be coming anytime soon

Fresno tied a heat record that had stood for more than a century when the thermometer topped out at 109 degrees Tuesday. The previous all-time high for Aug. 29 was 109, set in 1915, the National Weather Service said.

A pickup rear-ended the PT Cruiser so hard the car was crumpled to half its size

One person was seriously injured south of Hanford Tuesday when a pickup rear-ended a Chrysler PT Cruiser so hard the car was crumpled to half its size, according to California Highway Patrol reports. The crash occurred when the driver of the Chrysler stopped to turn from northbound Highway 43 to Kent Avenue, said CHP Officer John Tyler.

Look for a Ferris wheel and more at annual Oakhurst Fall Festival in October

The 25th Annual Oakhurst Fall Festival presented by the Oakhurst Area Chamber of Commerce, its largest fundraiser, takes place 4 - 10 p.m., Oct. 13, and 10 a.m. - 6 p.m., Oct. 14. To commemorate this milestone event in the community, a few changes and additions have been made to present an amazing festival to the community. The Oakhurst Community Park will be filled with specialty booths offering everything from collectibles to local wine samplings, hand-crafted beers and more.

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