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Council approves contract for interim city manager

The City of Lindsay is looking forward to a brighter future after council voted to approve the contract between interim city manager Bill Zigler and the City of Lindsay on July 28. After conducting interim interviews at a special meeting held on Monday, July 6 four council members unanimously agreed to elect Director of Economic […]

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Ensuring healthy companions for a lifetime

For many people pets are an integral part of the family. They provide unconditional love and years of reliable companionship. But when Fido gets sick it can be a frightening time in a pet owner’s life. Fortunately for the city of Visalia, Companion Animal Medical Center (CAMC) has been a reliable source for pet health […]

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Building a sound leader

Matt Seals is an expert in the field of construction. He has been in the business practically his entire life. His father, Steve Seals, was a carpenter before starting his own construction business Seals and Biehle, Inc. in 1993. Seals himself has worked in the city of Visalia for the past 15 years. His efforts […]

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Young Professionals look toward the future

In the fast paced world we live in, it can be difficult to meet like-minded career-oriented professionals. For those working or living in Visalia, there is an organization dedicated to connecting motivated young people with the hope that as a collective they will reinvest in their community and become emerging leaders. On July 23 Visalia […]

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Farmersville Unified welcomes a new chief

Frank Silveira has had an outstanding career in education. For 15 years Silveira has educated valley students in and out of the classroom. He has served as a coach, teacher, vice principal, principal, and a Director of English Learning Development (ELD), and now he will serve as Farmersville Unified School Districts’ Chief Academic Officer. Silveira […]

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Stitching together the fabric of community

Families are the security blanket that provide children with support and safety throughout their lifetime. Unfortunately for many children their blankets are often times ripped, tattered or taken away from them. At Family Services of Tulare County (FSTC) there is a saying, “We are one thread,” with that in mind they have spent the last […]

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Lindsay set to appoint interim

After the departure of the former City Manager/Chief of Public Safety Rich Wilkinson, on June 2, Lindsay has been on the search for a new city manager. There has been much debate between council members and the public on whether the city should hire internally or seek outside talent. It was eventually agreed upon that […]

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The sweet taste of giving

Janel Young has been cruising throughout Visalia in her mobile shaved ice truck for nearly a year. More recently, Valley residents may have spotted her in Exeter, Lindsay and Tulare. She’s hard to miss in her tricked out truck featuring a tiki hut top and a self-serve Flavorwave. What is the Flavorwave you ask, it is […]

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