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Care is at the core of city’s new animal center

The City of Visalia welcomes the public to attend the Animal Care Center grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony taking place Thursday, Oct. 29 at 11 a.m. Located along Highway 99, the 17,000-square foot center sits on approximately 3.9 acres. “Our new location will allow us to continue providing a high level of care to […]

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Single fatality in hit and run

Police are still on the lookout for a driver who collided with Exeter resident Charles Stephens. According to Visalia Police Stephens was 57 years old and was struck on west bound Mineral King Ave. east of Oakhurst street. VPD was advised that Stephens was hurt during the distress call. It was also discovered that a […]

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Ordinance postponement a sign of things to come

The City of Visalia was ready to revamp its sign ordinance to help unclutter commercial property, improve public safety and create a more consistent look to its retail establishments. But a recent Supreme Court decision forced the Visalia City Council to postpone its decision on the ordinance until the legal system has time to decide […]

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Unnamed body discovered in mysterious car fire

Firefighters responded to a routine car fire last week, but once the flames were extinguished a new crime was revealed. Just after 3 a.m. on Oct. 10 the Visalia Fire Department was dispatched to a vehicle fire in the 7500 block of W. Sunnyview in Visalia. Once firefighters extinguished the flames they discovered a body […]

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Visalia get the ‘Gold’ spotlight

The Institute for Local Government and the Statewide Energy Efficiency Collaborative honored the City of Visalia with two Spotlight Awards for the city’s efforts to save energy, reduce greenhouse gas emissions and adopt policies and programs that promote sustainability. The awards were presented on Oct. 1 during the 2015 League of California Cities Annual Conference […]

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Visalia Unified builds a hallowed hall

When most seniors graduate from high school, they feel like they leave an indelible footprint on their campus. Sometimes it’s as small as a dent in a locker and other times it’s as large as a championship banner hanging in the rafters. Matt Seals’ footprint just happens to be 22,000 square feet. The 1995 Redwood […]

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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 […]

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