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Visalia sex trafficker pleads guilty

A Visalia man pleaded guilty in federal court last week to sex trafficking at least three underage girls in 2014. Tyrell Richmond, 33, of Visalia, pleaded guilty to sex trafficking of a minor on Dec. 14 in the Eastern District of the United States Justice Department in Fresno. According to court documents, on June 21, […]

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Auctions raises $200K for local charities

The Christmas wishes of 24 local charities and non-profit organizations were granted, with almost a quarter of a million dollars in donations raised at the 35th annual Christmas Tree Auction held December 11th 2015 at the Visalia Convention Center. The spirit of giving was evident at the Champagne Jubilee themed sold out event of more than 1,100 guests […]

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Shuklian raises cash for laughs

Come next June, Amy Shuklian and her supporters are looking forward to her taking center stage as Tulare County Supervisor. But on January 8, the community can see her in a different kind of lime light as she hosts and performs the opening act for well – known comedian, Darren Carter. The Comedy Fundraiser Night […]

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Event puts Visalia on ice

Oh, the weather outside isn’t frightful — we think it’s just delightful! The holiday season and the chill in the air is the perfect time to enjoy the Enchanted Ice Garden at Garden Street Plaza in downtown Visalia. For the first time, Garden Street Plaza will be transformed into a winter wonderland as an ice skating rink […]

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Visalia gives City Manager a raise

The man responsible for overseeing the county’s largest city received a small raise last week. At its Dec. 7 meeting, the Visalia City Council unanimously approved a salary increase for City Manager Mike Olmos. Under the amended agreement, Olmos’ salary will increase from $192,920 to $194,849. The one-time lump sum payment of $1,929 will be […]

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Third man is struck by a car

As winter break approaches and children will be spending more time on the sidewalks, Visalia parents might want to reiterate the importance of crossing the street within the designated crosswalk. Just after 5 p.m. on Dec. 12, the Visalia Police Department received a report that another pedestrian not using the crosswalk had been hit by […]

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Young and old buildings to get a new coat of paint in the new year

Visalia facilities for both young and old residents will be getting a fresh coat of paint and a fresh look in 2016. The Visalia Senior Center and the Golden State YMCA building will both be sporting murals on the sides of their buildings, including the faces of some of their members. One mural will be […]

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City turns off outside water use for rainy season

Did you water your lawn last week? Just don’t do it again, at least not until March. The City of Visalia’s new winter watering guidelines took effect on Dec. 1. Under the new rules, watering is not permitted on any day for the months of December, January and February. Exceptions to the watering schedule include […]

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Visalia molester gets life in prison

A Visalia child molester will spend the rest of his life in prison. On Nov. 30, Tulare County Superior Court Judge Harry Papadakis sentenced Richard Ramos, 51, of Visalia to 98 years to life in state prison for child molestation. The crimes occurred between 2004 and 2010 in Visalia and Tulare against two female victims, […]

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