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The Worst of Times

By Carolyn Barbre It's like a ghost of Christmas past. The State Regional Water Quality Control Board plans to revisit Lindsay with Cleanup and Abatement Order No. 92-708, originally issued inn 1992, for the old brine ponds previously used by Lindsay Olive Growers. Staff has been notified the board intends on issuing a new order […]

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City brokers new deal with Chamber

By Carolyn Barbre The Lindsay Chamber of Commerce was hard hit by the city's recent belt tightening. In a determined effort to resurface every street in need of repair, the chamber's budget was cut and hours of operation were shortened. At the June 22 Lindsay City Council meeting three new agreements were entered into between […]

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The Worst of Times

By Carolyn Barbre It's like a ghost of Christmas past. The State Regional Water Quality Control Board plans to revisit Lindsay with Cleanup and Abatement Order No. 92-708, originally issued inn 1992, for the old brine ponds previously used by Lindsay Olive Growers. Staff has been notified the board intends on issuing a new order […]

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City brokers new deal with Chamber

By Carolyn Barbre The Lindsay Chamber of Commerce was hard hit by the city's recent belt tightening. In a determined effort to resurface every street in need of repair, the chamber's budget was cut and hours of operation were shortened. At the June 22 Lindsay City Council meeting three new agreements were entered into between […]

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Wastewater is issue for Lindsay Foods, LLC

By Tom Price Jr. It was wastewater problems that originally led to the shutdown of the Lindsay Olive Growers plant on Tulare Road in 1992, and now it's another wastewater problem that is preventing Lindsay Foods, LLC from reopening the doors to the facility. According to City Manager Scot Townsend the frozen vegetable processing plant, […]

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Grave Yard

By Reggie Ellis Of the things you might expect to find buried in a backyard are toys, tools or maybe even a dearly departed dog. Headstones are definitely not among them, but that is what Fernando and Frances Gomez found in their backyard about three weeks ago. The retired couple had just moved to their […]

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More than 300 local jobs held in legal limbo

By Tom Price Jr. It was wastewater problems that originally led to the shutdown of the Lindsay Olive Growers Plant on Tulare Road in 1992, and now it's another wastewater problem that is preventing Lindsay Foods, LLC from reopening the doors to the facility. According to City Manager Scot Townsend the frozen vegetable processing plant, […]

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