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Visalia sprinkles outdoor watering over 3 days per week

City Council votes to ease water restrictions in warmer months but continues ban on outdoor watering during the winter By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – Is watering three days per week for a shorter amount of time just once per day better than watering two days per week for longer durations twice per day? No one […]

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Community Calendar: October

October 3 – 24th Annual Taste of Downtown Visalia from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Tickets are $40. Tickets purchased need to be picked up at the event office located at 119 S. Church. For more info, visit downtownvisalia.com. October 6 – United Way of Tulare County’s 2017 Golf Tournament at Valley Oaks Golf Course, 1800 […]

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Community Calendar: August

August 17 – Young Professionals Mixer at Barrelhouse Brewing Co., 521 E. Main St. in Visalia, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Networking, food and craft beer. $10 at the door. RSVP via Facebook or vypn@visaliachamber.org. Must be 21+ to attend. August 17-27 – Paul Evert’s RV Show, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the Visalia […]

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Editorial: Fighting the Good Fight?

It could be argued that moving from at-large elections to districts could help a city become more inclusive. It could be argued that district elections help give a voice to minority voters who would otherwise not be heard. It could also be argued that district elections help minority values become local policy. All of these […]

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Five Lindsay learners get paid to ensure their city is ADA-compliant

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN LINDSAY – While many Tulare County students may have spent their summer working a part-time job or volunteering to make their community a better place, five Lindsay students were able to do both. Viviana Pantoja, an incoming senior at Lindsay High School, was one of five students selected last March to […]

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Building for tomorrow

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN FARMERSVILLE – After spending the last decade renovating and upgrading its aging facilities, next week Farmersville Unified will open its first new building in 20 years. Even better, the students who will utilize the new classrooms will receive the skills to build future projects for the school district, community and the country. […]

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City of Exeter forced to change election format

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN EXETER – The City of Exeter’s charter says that the City will hold at-large elections to elect city council members, but now the City is forced to move toward district elections…or else. The ‘or else’ is litigation from Kevin Shenkman, an attorney with Shenkman & Hughes Attorneys out of Malibu, Calif. Issuing […]

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