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Council discusses vision for next city manger

manager. “The reason was to discuss what a city manager would look like for Lindsay…We don’t even know how long it would take,” Padilla went on to note surrounding cities took nearly two years to fill their vacant city manager positions in the past. “But simply to do nothing to find a city manager is […]

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‘Tis The Season of Giving Back

The weather is chilly and the days have become far shorter, this can only mean one thing: it’s time for The Downtown Merchants Association to kick off its 24th annual Christmas Open House. During the open house, local shops stay open late from 5-9 p.m. and visitors are greeted by store owners offering hot cocoa, warm cider, fresh baked […]

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Strathmore lassos Cowboys in playoff win

Coming off a three-game winning streak high, the Strathmore Spartans defeated the visiting Riverdale Cowboys by a count of 21-10, moving them forward in the opening round of Division VI playoffs. Despite several key losses early in the season, the Spartans have managed to string together four consecutive wins, including their recent victory over Riverdale. […]

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Tigers taken down by Hawks

The crowd at Tuesday, Nov. 10 non-league bout between the Woodlake Tigers and the visiting Hanford West Huskies saw Woodlake’s volleyball squad beat Hanford West by a tally of 3-1. It was a tight game against the Huskies as both teams traded off points in the first period. However, toward the end of the first set with the score tied at 18-18, the […]

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Restoring honor to America’s Bravest

Veterans Day is a time for American to remember the sacrifices soldiers have made for their country throughout history. But for many celebrating American lives extends past a day in November. On Wednesday, Nov. 4 Franeys Carpet One and Design Center staff were visited by a Roger Kilfoil a representative from the Stephen Siller Tunnel […]

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A life bound in writing

Flannery O’ Conner once said, “Anybody who has survived his childhood has enough information about life to last him the rest of his days.” This statement could not be any truer for local author Sylvia Ross. Much of her creative fiction is a mirror to her life and although she only recently gained notoriety her writing […]

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Spartans tame Cardinals

It was a packed house at Thursday’s rivalry match between the Strathmore Spartans and the Lindsay Cardinals. As the Lindsay Cardinals stepped onto the Spartans court tensions were high as the two rivals each had something to prove. In last year’s matchup against the Spartans, the Cardinals were crushed 3-1. Not only Lindsay looking for […]

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Craig Wheaton joins TCOE’s administration staff

Although its never ideal for a superintendent to leave mid way through the year Visalia Unified School District (VUSD) Superintendent Craig Wheaton will be leaving his 10 year position at VUSD in order to join the administrative staff at Tulare County Office of Education (TCOE) as deputy superintendent after the new year. With the support […]

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Carving out memories at WUSD

Halloween memories are some of the best made by children. From copious amounts of candy to the chance to dress as a favorite character or superhero, children can’t get enough of Halloween. Some of the fondest memories are made while carving a hand picked pumpkin. With the help of Woodlake Community Day School (WCDS) and […]

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