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Pushing the Envelope

The Downtown Improvement Project that forced the City of Lindsay to repay $1 million in misspent funds has been given an award for that same project by the same agency who collected the settlement. The Tulare County Association of Governments awarded the City of Lindsay’s Downtown Renovation Project with its Innovation Award less than a […]

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Nothing ventured, nothing gained

Local startups will get their chance to pitch investors from all over the Valley during the 7th Annual Central Valley Venture Forum. The Central Valley Venture Forum (CVVF) brings together venture capitalists, investment bankers, angel investors, leading startups, valuation executives, corporate executives, and community leaders to discuss economic and financial opportunities relating to the Central Valley. […]

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Down To Business

Exeter Chamber holds Nov. 8 ribbon cutting The Exeter Chamber of Commerce will hold a ribbon cutting at 10 a.m. on Nov. 8 for Hertz Rent-A-Car at the chamber office, located at 101 W. Pine St. in Exeter. The Exeter Chamber is inviting the community to welcome its newest member, Erik Anderson, owner of Hertz […]

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Growing number of veterans find work in agriculture

In the last decade, almost a million of our military’s servicemen and servicewomen have come from rural communities. As they return home, they bring along an opportunity to employ their passion, discipline, and sense of service to revitalize America’s small farms, ranches and rural communities. That’s why the Center for Rural Affairs along with partnering […]

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Dead Culture

With so many Lindsay residents native to the culturally rich Michoacan of Mexico, it is odd to think the community is just now holding its first annual Dia De Los Meurtos celebration. Juan Flores, owner of Stickerz in Lindsay, is sponsoring the first annual Dia De Los Muertos Local Art Exhibit from 5-9 p.m. Thursday, […]

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County gives ‘green’ light to solar farms

Three solar farms in the foothills area will move forward next month after being unanimously approved by the Tulare County Planning Commission earlier this month. At its Oct. 10 meeting, Planning Commissioners approved three, six-megawatt solar systems near Lindsay, Exeter and Ivanhoe. All three are part of ImModo California 1’s plan to generate and sell […]

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Local organizations help families in need

Top Photo: Terry Linville (right of center), Vice President and Branch Manager of Bank of the Sierra in Lindsay, presents Stephanie Leal (center), director of Lindsay Healthy Start and Family Resource Center with a check for $3,500. The donation is part of Bank of the Sierra’s Sierra Grant program. Leal said the money will help […]

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Costumes that won’t spook your budget

As the leaves turn, children of all ages begin their quest for this year’s “it” Halloween costume. If you’re like most parents, this typically requires thinking ahead and spending an average of $26.52 for each costume, according to the National Retail Federation’s 2011 Halloween Consumer Intentions and Actions Survey. The same study says seven out […]

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