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Architect showcases talent with home/office

By Carolyn Barbre Architect Eric McConnaughey gives directions just like you might expect of an architect. No left or right turns, it's all north, south, east, west which presumes that the recipient of these directions has a clue as to compass directions. However, going to his pueblo style home/studio in Visalia is well worth the […]

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City receives $100,000 for jogging/walking track

By Carolyn Barbre Lindsay is the city that never sleeps, at least not when it comes to getting grant funds. Community Development Department Manager Diane Bucaroff, who spent 14 years with the Public Works Department before being appointed to this position by incoming City Manager Scot Townsend last year, has been tutored by the master […]

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Gazette wins CNPA Public Service award; finalist for editorial comment

Lindsay Gazette The Lindsay Gazette was selected for a first or second place award in the 2003 Better Newspapers Contest sponsored by the California Newspaper Publishers Association (CNPA) for its Library Legacy series. The first place winner will be announced at the 2004 Awards Luncheon on July 17 aboard the Queen Mary in Long Beach. […]

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Patricia Ballew

A memorial service for Patricia Ballew, 78, of Visalia will be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday June 5 at Christ Lutheran Church of Visalia. She died on May 22 at her residence and will have a private family burial. She was born on June 30, 1925 in Oceanside, Calif. and married Dean Ballew in […]

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City shoots for $2.3 mil in TE funds

By Carolyn Barbre Success breeds success. Lindsay has learned that being prepared and poised to meet all the conditions required for grant funding tends to put the city at a big advantage over the competition. It turns out that the Tulare County Association of Governments (TCAG) has Transportation Enhancement (TE) funds of $2.3 million to […]

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LID fees voted in for 5 more years

By Carolyn Barbre Recently the 210 members of the Lindsay Improvement District (LID) received ballots in the mail. Per the bylaws establishing the Lindsay Improvement District, a "protest" election is conducted every five years, in April, to determine if LID fees should continue. Of those receiving ballots, six voted against continuing the fees, 18 voted […]

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State cuts might cost Lindsay grants

By Reggie Ellis Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger's revised budget has been applauded for being balanced -- without raising taxes and even increasing funding for school and health care for children. What hasn't been mentioned is that the budget was balanced on the backs of local government. The governor's $102.8 billion proposed budget eliminates $14 billion in […]

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Mrs. Sylvia O. Cline

Private services for Mrs. Sylvia O. Cline, 89, of Tulare were held at Tulare District Cemetery. She died on May 12. She was born in Little Red, Ark. and worked as a home care provider. She loved people and enjoyed reading and watching television. She loved spending time with her great-grandchildren and encouraging others to […]

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