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By Trudy Wischemann There’s been some heroics in Lindsay over the past few weeks. I haven’t been party to any of them, tied up in my own domestic and work efforts. But I did get wind of one in particular by the newer councilmembers, who voted against giving our illustrious city manager a raise at […]

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Love and Possessiveness

By Ron Hull In one of his essays, C. S. Lewis illustrated how love and possessiveness are sometimes confused. There was a certain “Mrs. Fidget,” it seems, who had a reputation in the neighborhood of “living for her family.” “What a wife and mother!” everyone said. Mrs. Fidget’s well-earned reputation came from her tireless labors […]

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My Wife

And now, dear brothers and sisters, one final thing. Fix your thoughts on what is true, and honorable, and right, and pure, and lovely, and admirable. Think about things that are excellent and worthy of praise. —Philippians 4:8 (NLT) By Paul Leavens We can become consumed by thoughts of bitterness, and focus on the negative. […]

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Letter to the Editor

A New Direction for VUSD To The Editor, Regarding the recently announced dismissal of Visalia Unified Superintendent Todd Oto – results matter! Unfortunately the district fell woefully short last January when the California Department of Education released a list of the “Lowest Performing Schools” in the state. There were 182 elementary schools on the list […]

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Opinion: Prays Together

By Joel Luckemeyer I have a nephew/God-son who loves to watch “Sesame Street.” What’s not to love for kids? Colorful puppets, fun songs to sing, and for parents, they can know that the show is going to teach their children something. Shapes, numbers, letters, and lessons like sharing. Over the years the basics of the […]

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Gardening Guru: Types of Roses and Their Summer Care

By Anne Skinner UCCE Master Gardener We all know and love roses, appreciating their beautiful blooms in such a wide variety of colors. It’s easy to recognize that tree roses and miniature roses are different from bush roses. But how many of us know that within the term “bush rose” there are many different types? […]

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Trappings

By Trudy Wischemann It’s been almost 3 weeks now since I found my house broken and entered, burgled for the second time in two years. The adrenaline that carried me the first week like a surfboard on the crest of a wave has disappeared. The additional chores to accomplish on top of the normal daily […]

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Sacred Pathways

By Dayton Kitterman A few months ago, I was introduced to “Sacred Pathways: Discover Your Soul’s Path to God,” by Gary Thomas. It is a relatively short book, easy to read and substantive in its content. The author presents nine different “spiritual temperaments” each with strengths, weaknesses and preferences. Through self-evaluation you discover your own […]

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Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor, Last year, I wrote to you in regards to the potential T-Mobile merger and the benefits that it may bring to the Central Valley. The announcement that, pending finalization of the merger, T-Mobile has decided to locate their new Customer Experience Center in Kingsburg is great news for California and for all of […]

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Ground Covers for Lawn Replacement

By Nancy Hawkins UCCE Master Gardener At our Master Gardener Demo Garden at Hurley School, we are focusing on Gardening Central Valley Style by demonstrating a variety of gardening styles and methods while advocating sustainable gardening practices. We educate the public and ourselves by showcasing certain types of plants, irrigation systems, pest management techniques, and/or […]

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