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Lindsay Laurels

The Lindsay Chamber of Commerce annointed its latest leaders to leave a lasting legacy at its 101st annual Awards Gala. Virginia Loya and the Lindsay Chamber of Commerce transformed the McDermont Field House into an elegant soiree. Honorees were: Employee of the Year, Yuni Loya; Man of the Year, Steve Boles; Woman of the Year, […]

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Grape Pruning 101

Winter weather is perfect for pruning grapes. All the leaves are off and the canes are exposed, making it easy to see where to cut. Before we start here are a few useful definitions. Grapevine spurs are long canes that are pruned to the size of short twigs, each with at least two buds. A […]

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Black’s ‘Clouds’ project hangs in Porterville

Photographer Matt Black’s project The People of Clouds explores the sources and consequences of migration in the Mixteca region of southern Mexico, where rampant land erosion, deepening poverty from free trade and population loss from migration is decimating some of the western hemisphere’s oldest indigenous communities. Through photographs and documentary multimedia, this work tells the […]

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‘Dirty Laundry’ is Good, Clean Fun

Hot Dog Melodrama Theater returns to The Lindsay Community Theater with this year’s presentation, San Juan’s Dirty Laundry, starting at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Jan 25. Other show dates are at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 27 and7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Jan 31 and Friday, Feb. 1 and Saturday, Feb. 2. Tickets are $10 and are available […]

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Policeman’s Ball helps K-9, kids, cops

Police officers often get a bad rap. Many times our only interaction with the local police department involves getting a traffic ticket. But officers in a small town are your neighbors, local elected officials, members of service clubs and serve the community in many ways which aren’t often publicized. Officer Ashley Guinn said she hopes […]

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County Ag Museum celebrates ‘The Success of the Portuguese’

The History of Tulare County Farm Labor & Agriculture Museum debuted a new exhibit last Saturday – “Cultivating a Heritage: The Success of the Portuguese in Tulare County.” The public is invited to attend a reception to honor the opening of the new exhibit from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. at the museum, located inside […]

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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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Birth

Mason David MistiJo and David of Exeter are proud to announce the birth of their son Mason David. He was born Jan. 15, 2013 at Kaweah Delta District Hospital. He weighed seven pounds and 15 ounces. The proud grandparents are Tabetha Cooksey, Gordon Cooksey, Jolena Childers and Daniel Peck.

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My Favorite Roses

Not all flowers are created equal, and for me nothing surpasses the beauty of the hybrid tea rose. Available in nearly every color or color combination imaginable, hybrid teas can provide long lasting bouquets and fill a room with their heady fragrances. My home garden is in Springville. Because I have a large collection of […]

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Community Calendar

January Jan. 17 – Tulare County Information and Communication Technology (TCiCT), will be hosting the TCiCT Tech Fair 2013, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., at the Visalia Convention Center. Representatives from all businesses within the County are invited. Attendance is free. Visit www.TulareCounty.ca.gov/TechFair or call 636-4800. Jan. 19 – Tulare County Symphony’s “Bon Vivant” […]

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