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This Fall: Partner Your Spring Bulbs with Perennials

When the gray, foggy days of February are fading, nothing cheers me more than walking through the yard and seeing the pointed little heads of spring bulbs pushing through the soil. I know then that in a few weeks, I’ll have the colorful blooms of tulips, daffodils, freesias and more, showing me the promise of […]

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‘Lost Girls’ find way to empower women

The name Lost Girls might imply a group without direction. But you’d be hard pressed to find a group of women with more focus than the Lost Girls Motorcycle Club. Belinda “Bee” Coulson, one of the founders of the all-girls club, said the number of women riding motorcycles has grown. The former motorcycle saleswoman said […]

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Elderwood Kimonos hang at PC art show

The public is invited to see the paintings of John Sundstrum, a prolific and versatile artist working out of his studio in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada near Elderwood, Calif. The exhibition will run now through Oct. 25. The subject of Sundstrum’s exhibition of paintings is the kimono: a series that arose out of […]

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Tapping Local Brewing Talent

The Lindsay Community Theater tapped local home brewers, micro brewers, bars and restaurants to raise their glasses to raise money for historic Lindsay Community Theater repairs last Saturday. Fat-Boyz Bar and Grill serves up the Lindsay bar’s very own FatBoyz Pale Ale during the Lindsay Brewfest at Sweet Brier. (Look for a full story on […]

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Community Calendar

October Oct. 3, 4 & 5 – Huge rummage sale from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., at the Exeter United Methodist Church. Oct. 5 – Central Valley Parkinson’s Support Group will meet at 10:30 a.m., in the Pre School Center at the Visalia Unified Methodist Church, 5200 W. Caldwell in Visalia. Everyone is welcome. For […]

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Gardening Guru: Shrubs

Are you looking for something new in shrubs besides the boxwoods, photinia, and euryops so prevalent in our neighborhoods? Certainly these shrubs have a place in the landscape, but for variety there are other lesser-known shrubs which provide a different look and are also droughttolerant, a real plus here in the Central Valley. Bush anemone […]

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Country Western Fun with a Kick!

Put on your boots and tighten your saddle next week, because Lindsay’s gonna have some Country Western Fun … with a kick! The Lindsay Chamber of Commerce will hold its 27th annual Lindsay Chili Cook-Off from 12-5 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 6 at Sweet Brier Plaza in downtown Lindsay. Regardless of the weather, it’s gonna […]

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Care-full Questions

Families looking for caregivers to provide help at home for their loved ones got a scare recently with a study published in the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society. The study, conducted by Northwestern University, examined the hiring and screening practices of 180 responding homecare agencies, and concluded that families need to be cautious that […]

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Beer takes center stage at Lindsay Brewfest

Beer drinkers know that Oktoberfest doesn’t actually happen in October, it happens in September. And with only one weekend left in the month, it’s good to know the Lindsay Community Theater is offering its 7th annual Brewfest. The beer tasting event will be held from 2-6 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 29 at Sweet Brier Plaza […]

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