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Coats for Kids

Clovis Police Corporal Dustin Dodd is no stranger to winter coat collections for children in the City of Clovis. He and his colleagues have spearheaded coat drives for youngsters in Title 1 schools over the last few years. The smiles on the kids’ faces show their appreciation.

 This year, Corporal Dodd decided to expand the coat program to cover ALL children in Clovis who need winter coats and jackets. Community partners include City of Clovis employees, Target Corporation, Walmart, Kohl’s, CVS Pharmacy, Mountain View Community Church, New Harvest Church and Sonrise Church

Safe Holiday Decorating

Safe Holiday Decorating

 

Decorating homes and businesses is a long-standing tradition around the holiday season. Unfortunately, these same decorations may increase your chances of fire.  Following a few simple fire safety tips can keep electric lights, candles and the ever popular Christmas tree from creating a tragedy.

 

Franey's Design Center Going Back to its Roots

Franey's Design Center Going Back to its Roots

Franey’s Design Center will now be focusing solely on what its known best for the last 57 years – flooring and window coverings. The business partners have decided to close the furniture side of the business while continuing with flooring and window coverings only.

For the past 22 years, Annie Giles has been the cornerstone of Franey’s Fine Furniture as the lead interior designer. Annie has recently decided to cutback on her day-to-day responsibilities to pursue other interests. With Annie’s departure, Dave and Mark Franey have decided to focus their efforts on the longstanding flooring and window side of the company.

“We want to reiterate to the community that we are still their flooring and window covering company, we’re just stepping away from the furniture side of the business,” said Dave Franey.

Other changes include the departure of Tom Wedel, a “top-notch carpet mechanic” as described by Franey, who retired recently after over 39 years of service.

Join KMPH News At The Tulare Outlet Mall On Monday, October 3

Join KMPH News At The Tulare Outlet Mall On Monday, October 3

KMPH News is coming to Tulare in search of some community reporters for Tulare.kmph.com.  As a community correspondent, you can post stories about your organization, tell people about upcoming events, or just brag about how well your group did at an event or a meeting.  All organizations can submit content, and no event is too small or too large to appear on Tulare.kmph.com.  "We recognize that hometown news doesn't get much coverage on newscasts in the area, and this is an easy and free way people can use to let people know about golf tournaments, school events, Boys and Girls Scouts meetings, just about anything people want their neighbors, family, friends, and their communities to know about", said KMPH News Director Jim Turpin.

KMPH News anchor Anna Laurel, Great Day News Anchor Liz Gonzales, KMPH News Chief Meteorologist Kevan Ramer, kmph.com Webmaster Juan Flores, and KMPH News Fox 26 News Director Jim Turpin will be on hand.