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Thank you to the farmers

Where would the Central Valley be without it’s farm land and farmers. More than 230 crops are grown in the valley, on less than 1 percent of the total farmland in the United States. In an effort to say thank you to the hardworking individual in the agriculture the organizer of the 2015 World Ag […]

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Lindsay captures the past

Photo albums contain a myriad of memories, events and most importantly history. The City of Lindsay holds a particularly fascinating history. From now until October Museum Curator Sarah Troop will be compiling a pictorial history book on Lindsay. After being approached by Arcadia Publishing, America’s largest historical publishing company Sarah’s mission to assemble a comprehensive […]

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The price is right in the foothills

“Come on Down!” could quite possibly be the most notorious phrase ever spoken in game show history. For one lucky woman the name that comes before those words was her own. Trina Leon and her daughter Amanda Patterson took their annual mother daughter trip to Hollywood late last year and while in Tinseltown the two […]

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Fisher serenades LCT with fine corks, cocoa, country

Juni Fisher is coming to the central valley for a special Valentine’s Day performance at the Lindsay Community Theater at 7:30 p.m. on Feb 14. She has played in Lindsay for the last two years, and we are pleased to welcome her back. Tickets are only $20 and can be reserved at lindsaycommunitytheater.com. For more information call […]

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Community Calendar

January Jan. 23, 24, 30, 31 – The Lindsay Community Theater presents “Dora, The Beautiful Dishwasher Or The Heroine Who Cleaned Up Home” at 7:30 p.m. and Jan. 25 at 2 p.m. This is part of the Hot Dog Melodrama Theater which features hot dogs sold at every show. For tickets and information, visit www.lindsaycommunitytheater.com. […]

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Community Calendar

January Jan. 25 –Woodlake Kiwanis are inviting people to dinner and a showing of “39 Steps” at the Ice House Theater in Visalia. Dinner and play tickets are $25 per person and if you already have tickets to the play, dinner is $15. Dinner will follow at the Jon Ginsberg Gallery, located at 410 E. […]

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Hot dogs and drama back in Lindsay

The Ninth Annual Hot Dog Melodrama Theater is coming to the Lindsay Community Theater. This year’s show is entitled: Dora The Beautiful Dishwasher Or The Heroine Who Cleaned Up. Show dates are Jan 23, 24, 30, and 31 at 7:30 PM and Jan 25 at 2:00 PM. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for […]

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Three Rivers spotlights its heros

What does your hero look like? Do they have super human strength or x-ray vision? The reality is that many modern day heroes tend to go unnoticed, but thanks to Leah Launey and her husband Peter Sodhy the community of Three Rivers has been able to show their appreciation to local heroes for the past […]

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‘Relay’ picks up baton today in race toward May

If you’ve never heard of Relay For Life it probably means you are one of the lucky few whose family and friends have not been afflicted with cancer. Either that or you don’t have a lot of family and friends. But chances are, by the end of your life, at least one of your relatives […]

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Ricking and Rolling into Exeter

If you like to rock out in your spare time then you wont want to miss the 59th annual Gemboree Mineral and Gem show sponsored by the Tule Gem and Mineral Society. The free event will be held on Saturday, Jan. 17 and Sunday, Jan. 18 at the Exeter Memorial Building, located at 324 N. Kaweah Ave. in Exeter. […]

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