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Visalia ready to rack Nordstrom warehouse

Visalia may be on its way to landing the biggest business deal in the city’s history, but it won’t be just Visalians benefitting from a Nordstrom’s West Coast warehouse. Last month, the Visalia City Council approved a Jobs Incentive Agreement for the upscale retail giant that would bring 1,800 jobs and $3.8 billion in economic […]

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Visalia embraces Forever Tango

Celebrates the passionate music and dance of Argentina, with six world-class Argentine Tango couples, a traditional Argentine 1930s style vocalist and 11-piece orchestra, featuring the instrument of the tango, the bandoneón, a 19th century German accordion. For this tour only, renowned guest artists Anna Trebunskaya and Dmitry Chaplin of Dancing with the Stars join the […]

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VFD goes HD with FM Global

The Visalia Fire Department has received a $2,200 fire prevention grant from FM Global, one of the world’s largest commercial property insurers. FM Global representatives presented the award to Fire Chief Doug McBee at the Visalia Fire Administration Office on Dec. 29. The award will be used to purchase two high definition digital cameras to […]

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Tulare Co. appoints two new judges

Governor Jerry Brown announced the appointment of Tara Howard and Anthony Fultz as judges of the Tulare County Superior Court. “We are delighted with the appointments,” said Presiding Judge Gary Paden, “Both attorneys appointed are well-respected by the bench and bar, and fill immediate needs for the court.” Tara Howard, 47, is a private practitioner […]

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Chamber offers an escape to spectacular South Africa

Visalia Chamber of Commerce invites you to escape on a once-in-a-lifetime trip to spectacular South Africa and experience culture and nature in harmony. The 14-day stay is an amazing chance to take in breathtaking scenery, experience rich cultural histories, and get up close and personal with wild animals. Find out more about this unique opportunity […]

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CalWater: City delaying decision is takeover tactic

California Water Service (Cal Water) chastised the City of Visalia last week for its decision to move forward with an appraisal of Cal Water’s private property. Cal Water again described the City’s action as the first step in a government takeover. “We requested that the City withdraw its notice of appraisal and not delay the […]

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Suncrest keeps it local in SoCal

Suncrest Bank in Visalia announced the appointments of Aman Bains as its new Market President for the Yuba-Sutter community and Tim Cole as local head of its Suncrest Agribusiness Group. Bains and Cole were born and raised in the Yuba-Sutter area, and their families have been farmers, business people and community leaders in the area […]

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City gives Cal Water more time for drought responds

The Visalia City Council has granted California Water Service’s (Cal Water) additional time to produce results on drought response and other issues of common concern, in lieu of the City considering a potential purchase. The Council requested an appraisal of the water system in November and the appraisal is pending completion. However, Cal Water has […]

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