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Students from the California College of Arts and Architecture are back in Indian Valley and have created potential models as an assignment regarding the corner intersection of highway 89 and Main Street. More on their program will be revealed in the November issue of High Country Life. Photo by Meg Upton

Greenville Rising October 3: What the LA Times reporters ignored

By Meg Upton [email protected]      Last week was a hard week on the planet for me. A good friend passed…

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A few hundred people made their way to Crescent Mills on Wednesday, May 18 to witness the ribbon cutting of the Crescent Mills sawmill. They sit in a brand new shed made with hardened wood products that take much longer to burn. Photo by Meg Upton

Greenville Rising: May 18 – hopeful day in the valley

By Meg Upton [email protected]      This is the very first allergy season in Indian Valley where I’ve been grateful for my…

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