Hanford, California

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cliMAIN.pl?ca3747 The National Weather Service Forecast Office for the San Joaquin Valley is located in Hanford and includes a Doppler weather radar. Weather forecasts and climatological information for Hanford and the surrounding area are available from its official website. History The Hanford area was inhabited by the Tachi

work National Weather Service Forecast Office accessdate 2011-11-13 The only significant military base in the region is Naval Air Station Lemoore, a vast air base located WSW of Hanford (Hanford, California). Unlike many of California's other military installations, NAS Lemoore's operational importance has increased in the 1990s and 2000s. The other, Castle Air Force Base, located near Atwater (Atwater, California) was closed during the Base


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accessdate 2006-12-28 '''Frank Armi''' (12 October 1918 Portland, Oregon – 28 November 1992 Hanford, California) was an American (United States) racecar driver. Armi's racing career ended in the mid-1960s, when he became a television and film sound engineer. (also serving San Francisco, San Jose (San Jose, California), Salinas (Salinas, California), King City (King City, California), Paso Robles (Paso Robles, California), Atascadero, California


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Malaysia's largest political party, was founded, originally to oppose the constitutional framework of the Malayan Union. The National Weather Service Forecast Office for the San Joaquin Valley is located in Hanford (Hanford, California) and includes a Doppler weather radar. Weather forecasts and climatological information for the San Joaquin Valley are available from its official website.


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Armona . http: www.hjuhsd.k12.ca.us news growthnews.htm The Hanford Joint Union High School District provides public secondary education. It operates Hanford Union High School, Hanford West High School, Sierra Pacific High School as well as Earl F. Johnson High School, which is a continuation high school. The District also operates the Hanford Adult School. A new state of art comprehensive full-service high school, called Sierra

the land that it grew on, to a nearby school called Pioneer Elementary School. '''KFTV-DT''', virtual channel 21, is a full-power television station in Hanford, California, serving the Fresno (Fresno, California) area as a Univisión-owned and operated station. KFTV broadcasts locally on digital channel 20, and airs Spanish-language entertainment programming. In November 2009, the project was contracted by the Tulare County Suicide Prevention Task Force, located


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work National Weather Service Forecast Office accessdate 2011-11-13 The only significant military base in the region is Naval Air Station Lemoore, a vast air base located


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Union High School in 1972 and served in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1991 to 2005. *Dameane Douglas was a wide receiver in the National Football League who was born in Hanford. *Harlan F. Hagen lived in Hanford and served in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1953 to 1967. *Jermaine Haley is a football player who was born in Hanford. *Tamara Keith, radio reporter, host and producer, was raised in Hanford. *Ariane Koizumi, actress ('' Year of the Dragon (film

) Year of the Dragon '') and model, was born in Hanford. *Bill Landis was a baseball player born, raised in, and still lives in Hanford. He played on the 1967 American League Champion Boston Red Sox. *Mark Lee (Mark Lee (football player)) was a cornerback in the National Football League who was born in Hanford. *Slim Pickens, rodeo cowboy and actor, grew up in Hanford. *Pauline Lord, actress, was born in Hanford. *Richard C. Miller, famous photographer, was a native of Hanford. *Lorenzo Neal, a 3-time Pro Bowl fullback in the NFL, was born in Hanford. *Scott Parker (Scott Parker (ice hockey)), one of the few California-born hockey players to play in the NHL. *Sean Parnell, Governor of Alaska since 2009, was born in Hanford. *Steve Perry (Steve Perry (musician)) is a rock singer with the band Journey (Journey (band)) who was born in Hanford. *J.G. Quintel, creator of ''Regular Show'', was born in Hanford and went to Hanford High School. *James Rainwater, physicist and co-winner of the 1975 Nobel Prize in Physics, lived in Hanford as a child and graduated from Hanford High School (Hanford Joint Union High School District). *Matt Shively, actor on ''True Jackson, VP'', was born and grew up in Hanford. *Bill Simas, pitcher for the Chicago White Sox, was born in Hanford. *David Valadao, elected to the U.S House of Representatives in 2012, was born and raised in Hanford. *Andy Vidak, State Senator (California State Senate) from the 16th district (California's 16th State Senate district), currently lives in Hanford. *Jan-Michael Vincent, actor, moved to Hanford with his family as a teenager, and graduated from Hanford High School (Hanford Joint Union High School District). *Cornelius Warmerdam, longtime pole vault world record holder, grew up in Hanford. *Darrell Winfield is an actor who played the Marlboro man and was born in Hanford. *Delbert Wong (1920–2006), first judge of Chinese-American descent in the continental United States, was born in Hanford, CA. Notes


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the land that it grew on, to a nearby school called Pioneer Elementary School. '''KFTV-DT''', virtual channel 21, is a full-power television station in Hanford, California, serving the Fresno (Fresno, California) area as a Univisión-owned and operated station. KFTV broadcasts locally on digital channel 20, and airs Spanish-language entertainment programming. In November 2009, the project was contracted by the Tulare County Suicide Prevention Task Force, located


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for a biscuit-maker, when a former teammate from Sacred Heart asked him to fill in for the Hanford, California, team in the San Joaquin Valley League. After a scout saw him hit an 11th-inning, game-winning double, Heilmann was signed to a professional contract by the Portland Beavers of the Northwest League.


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. At nine years old Chandler and his mother moved to San Bernadino, California; he was already nearly six feet tall. As a child Chandler was teased because of his height; children on his school basketball team joked that he was older than he really was, and that he had been left back several times in school. http: www.jockbio.com Bios T_Chandler T_Chandler_bio.html * Gilroy (Gilroy, California) * Hanford (Hanford, California) and nearby Lemoore, California

Hanford, California

'''Hanford''' is an important commercial and cultural center in the south central San Joaquin Valley and is the county seat of Kings County, California. It is the principal city of the Hanford-Corcoran metropolitan area (MSA Code 25260), which encompasses all of Kings County, including the cities of Hanford and Corcoran (Corcoran, California). The ZIP Code is 93230 (93232 for post office boxes). The city of Hanford is surrounded by communities that do not fall within the city limits but use the same zip code. These communities include Grangeville (Grangeville, California), Hardwick (Hardwick, California) and Home Garden (Home Garden, California).

The population was 53,967 at the 2010 census (2010 United States Census). The California Department of Finance estimated that the city's population was 55,283 as of January 1, 2014. California Department of Finance Report E-1: City CountyState Population Estimates with Annual Percent Change January 1, 2013 and 2014

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