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Citizens sought for city committees and commissions

The City of Visalia is accepting applications from interested citizens for the following committees and commissions: • Citizens Advisory Committee – Acts as a liaison between the general public and the City Council concerning community issues. The committee currently has a vacancy for one regular member and four alternate members. • Disability Advocacy Committee – […]

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DA provides a place of peace for troubled times

Being a victim or witness to a crime is an overwhelming experience, especially for a child. To help these children, the Office of the District Attorney created CART – the Child Abuse Response Team, where child victims or witnesses are given a neutral, non-biased, non-leading interview in a calming and comfortable environment by a highly […]

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Restoring honor to America’s Bravest

Veterans Day is a time for American to remember the sacrifices soldiers have made for their country throughout history. But for many celebrating American lives extends past a day in November. On Wednesday, Nov. 4 Franeys Carpet One and Design Center staff were visited by a Roger Kilfoil a representative from the Stephen Siller Tunnel […]

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Police search for armed robber

Police are warning residents of an armed man who has robbed three people in north Visalia in the last few months. Last week, the Visalia Police Department issued a statement identifying the robber as Jose Sobalbarro Zeledon, a 31-year-old transient living in the Visalia area. Sgt. John Pree said the robberies all happened in the […]

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City to launch bus service to Fresno

The City of Visalia invites you to attend a ribbon cutting and unveiling event for Visalia’s new V-Line, an affordable and convenient bus service between Visalia and Fresno. The ceremony takes place Tuesday, Nov. 17 at 9 a.m. at the Visalia Transit Center just one day before it makes its first official route. Immediately following […]

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ImagineU opens doors to community

After years of planning, the vibrant new ImagineU Children’s Museum officially opened its doors on Monday, Nov. 2, and began welcoming children throughout the Central Valley. Located on the corner of Tipton and Oak Streets in Visalia, children will discover, grow and be inspired like never before. As the only children’s museum of its kind […]

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Theatre Co. prepares for technicolor production

Andrew Cantelmi is enjoying the challenges of playing Joseph in the Theatre Company’s fall production of the Andrew Lloyd Webber classic musical Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Andrew, a freshman at Redwood High School, has appreciated the support of Theatre Company veterans Jack O’Leary, who plays Pharaoh, and Carly Caviglia, who plays the narrator. […]

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