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One of the rarest flowers in California can only be found right here in Tulare County and parts of Kern County. The state-threatened bulb flower known as striped adobe lily (Fritillaria striata) only grows in 15-20 locations within the two counties, one of them being Lewis Hill Preserve near Porterville. The flower is a favorite […]

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Community Calendar

February Feb. 15 – Tulare County Audubon will host Jim Skinner’s photo collection of Yokohl Valley birds, 7 p.m. at the Tulare Co. Office of Education, Woodland and Burrel Ave. in Visalia. Call Mary at 559-732-5459. Feb. 15 – Multi-Dove Award winning and Grammy nominated recording artist, “The Martins” and comedian Chonda Pierce, 7:30 p.m. at Gateway […]

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COS Choir performs works by choral giants

The COS Vocal Music Department will present its Choral Classics Concert on Feb. 26 at First Presbyterian Church, 215 N. Locust St. in Visalia. The concert begins at 7:30 p.m.. Doors open at 7 p.m. Tickets are available from performing choir members or at the door. Tickets cost $10 each, and proceeds go to the COS […]

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Tulare County Symphony screeches to exhalt

A movie is just moving pictures without music setting the tone for a cinematic experience. That could not be more true than Bernard Herrmann’s screeching violins providing the centerpiece of the soundtrack for Alfred Hitchcock’s 1960 classic thriller Psycho and possibly the most famous horror scene in movie history. The movie begins as officworker Marion […]

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Community Calendar

Ongoing Every Tuesday – Watercolor classes taught by Kacey Fansett, at 5 p.m., at Three Rivers Art Center, 41763 North Fork Dr. Cost is $15 per class or $45 per month. For more info. call Kacey at 786-0506. Monday and Wednesday – Yoga classes at 3 Rivers Yoga Studio, located between Cort Gallery and the […]

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Last Call for Pruning Deciduous Fruit Trees

If you want trees with plenty of vigor and juicy fruit next summer, then it’s time to prune your fruit trees. Deciduous fruit trees are pruned when dormant to strengthen the branching structure and promote fruit production. Fruit trees will respond to pruning better when dormant than any other time of the year. Most gardeners […]

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Habitat for Humanity helps gift garden

Habitat for Humanity of Tulare County will partner with Showcase Events for the 2013 SpringFest February 8th, 9th and 10th at the Visalia Convention Center. Habitat is thrilled to be able to offer the opportunity to win a “Start Your Garden” gift basket from Lowe’s! The winner will be announced at 4pm on Sunday.  You do not […]

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KJUG has faith in new radio format

Faithful fans of classic country, may have noticed their favorite channel has changed to fans of faith. In December, KJUG 1270 AM switched from Classic County to a religious and inspirational format. Now known as Living Water Radio, the station airs faith-based programing and inspiring Christian Country Music. “We felt like the Living Water format […]

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