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A symbol of goodwill and love

Visalia is days away from one of its premier events, The 35th Annual Christmas Tree Auction is an opportunity to put on your best dress to help raise money for local non-profit organizations. Hosted by the Visalia Chamber of Commerce, the Christmas Tree Auction once again promises to be the grandest gala of the year. […]

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Man in critical condition after crash

A Visalia man is in critical but stable condition following a Nov. 27 crash. Justin Stacy, 27, was the passenger in a 2010 Toyota Corolla when it was struck by a 2011 Ford F-450 truck at the intersection of Ben Maddox and Noble Avenue. According to the Visalia Police Department, the Corolla was traveling eastbound […]

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4 men arrested for dealing large amounts of drugs

Visalia Police concluded an investigation into drug sales after searching a home that led to the arrest of four men. At 7 a.m. on Dec. 3, officers with the Visalia Police Department’s Narcotics Unit and Property Crimes Unit served a search warrant at two residences. During a search in the 2000 block of N. Cain, […]

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Cal Water distributes credits to the water wise

California Water Service (Cal Water) awarded $500 bill credits to 10 Visalia-area customers to be applied to their water utility account, as part of the company’s ongoing efforts to encourage customers to use water wisely. The names were selected in a random drawing from eligible customers who reduced their water use by at least 32 […]

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BGC ‘Kraft’s a healthy holiday

A recent survey found that, in the heart of the world’s most productive agricultural region, children are not eating enough fruits and vegetables. The survey results led to the Visalia Boys & Girls Club receiving a $50,000 grant through the Kraft Foundation to create a garden and make significant improvements to the Tulare Avenue site’s […]

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Citizen input sought for GSA

In the wake of the state’s historic drought, local agencies have come together to address the region’s groundwater and how they’ll manage the precious resource. “In late March of this year, the City of Visalia, the City of Tulare and the Tulare Irrigation District finalized the decision to form the Mid-Kaweah Groundwater Sustainability Agency (GSA),” […]

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Council calls out Cal Water after rate increase

Visalia may join the ranks of surrounding cities by running its own water system. Earlier this month, the Visalia City Council requested an appraisal of California Water Service (Cal Water) based on concerns of local control, conservation and comparable consumer rates. Visalia is the only city in Tulare County that does not own its water […]

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City promotes Mascia to Director

Nicholas D. “Nick” Mascia has been named City of Visalia’s new community development director. Mascia has 18 years of experience in the engineering, traffic safety and community development fields. City Manager Michael Olmos made the announcement following confirmation of the appointment by the City Council at its Nov. 2 meeting. Most recently, Mascia has been […]

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11th hour legal letter delays Walmart expansion

The crowd in the Council Chambers last week was silently gripping their chairs as pro-business interests grumbled for a project’s approval while environmental groups were grateful for its delay. It looked as if the City Council was going to approve the conditional use permit for the Visalia Walmart Expansion Project when an 11th hour letter […]

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