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Cal Water walks the talk on water conservation

There has been a lot of skepticism about California Water Service’s (Cal Water) interest in helping Visalia residents cut down their water use. During the public comment at City Council meetings, water cooler conversations at work and between neighbors on the front lawn, residents have questioned if the new fines for excess water use are […]

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Dena does it again in Visalia

Just as his radio jingle suggests, “The dealer in Dinuba who does” is doing it again in Visalia. After owning his successful auto dealership in Dinuba for 12 years, Ed Dena officially opened his first Visalia car lot in grand fashion last weekend. To kick off the event the Visalia Chamber and the Tulare Kings Hispanic Chamber […]

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Classic flicks featured at the Fox

Mark your calendars! CHOICES presents Way Back Wednesdays: Classic Flicks at the Fox – a new film series debuting at the Visalia Fox Theatre next month.  On Sept. 7 at 7 p.m., join us for Singin’ in the Rain, starring Gene Kelly, Debbie Reynolds and Donald O’Connor. This 1952 film is universally considered one of the greatest Hollywood musicals […]

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Cabin Fire Continues to Challenge Firefighters

The Cabin Fire, burning in the Golden Trout Wilderness in Sequoia National Forest, has spread to 6,945 acres. During the past week, burning material rolled across the perimeter lines to the south, igniting three small spots that were immediately suppressed by firefighters. Fire will likely spread a little further into the burn scar of the […]

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Rough fire forces towns to evacuate

Fire Evacuation Warning Notices Issued in Sequoia Highlands Due to the continuing spread of the Rough Fire, the Fresno County Sheriff’s Office has issued evacuation warning notices to people in the area of Sequoia Highlands. These homes are located northeast of Dunlap in small communities known as Crabtree, Sampson Flat, Davis Flat and Clover Meadows. […]

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LPD moves to restore officer reserve

Despite an increase in turn-over, switching dispatch providers and most notably the loss of Chief of Public Safety Rich Wilkinson, officers with the Lindsay Police Department (LPD) have worked diligently to keep order and peace in the city they serve. With a potential officer on the cusp of completing academy and an anticipated approval of […]

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