Welcome Guest! You have 5 free reads leftLogin/Register
Breaking News
You Are Here: Home » Visalia (Page 106)

Next bill begins water savings contest

California Water Service’s (Cal Water) Visalia-area customers can now determine their eligibility and number of entries into Cal Water’s $500 “save and win” drawing, as bills dated Sept. 23 begin to arrive in mail and email boxes. Customers who reduce their water use between 32 and 40 percent on their new bills compared to the […]

Read more

Designing A Diamond

Roger Franey had a big dream … to open a flooring business with a strong commitment to quality and service, and to build the absolute best reputation in the industry. Today, Franey’s Carpet One and Design Center has gained recognition as one of the top, locally-owned businesses in the South Valley for floor, wall, and […]

Read more

Visalia dumps split trash cans

After years of residents talking trash about Visalia’s waste cans being split between refuse and recyclables, the City Council is ready to scrap them in favor of the typical system of using three single cans. At its Sept. 8 meeting, the Visalia City Council approved a single-can system and authorized staff to go out to […]

Read more

Oval projects back in play

The Lincoln Oval Park has seen somewhat of a resurgence in the last few months. In March the Visalia City Council voted to spend more than $1 million to improve the roads, crosswalks and signals surrounding the park. Earlier this month, the Tulare County Symphony kicked off its season with a Pops in the Park […]

Read more

VUSD middle school moving forward

With the controversy of middle school boundaries behind them, Visalia Unified School District is now looking ahead to the opening of its new middle school. Chris Hale, construction manager with Construction Services, Inc., gave an update on the unnamed middle school’s construction at the Visalia Unified School District Board meeting on Sept. 22. He said […]

Read more

Strathmore runs over Orosi

Football coaches at any level will tell you running the ball and stopping the run is essential winning a title. And while there is a lot of football left to be played in the East Sequoia League, the Strathmore Spartans are starting to look like a championship team. Last Friday, Strathmore run through, around and […]

Read more

© 1901 - 2019 The Sun-Gazette Newspaper | 402 S F St | Exeter CA 93221 | Powered by Wordpress

Scroll to top