On this week's Valley Edition: Restaurants have had to ride the wave of pandemic shutdowns and reopenings for the past ten months. We look at how one business in Madera is surviving and what’s happening to its employees.
Plus, when a local newspaper closes shop, how does that affect voting behaviors and political corruption?
And we’ve got another segment of StoryCorps San Joaquin. A grandson remembers his pioneering grandmother who spent her summers living and working in a fire lookout station.