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11th hour legal letter delays Walmart expansion

The crowd in the Council Chambers last week was silently gripping their chairs as pro-business interests grumbled for a project’s approval while environmental groups were grateful for its delay. It looked as if the City Council was going to approve the conditional use permit for the Visalia Walmart Expansion Project when an 11th hour letter […]

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Visalia man sentenced to 31 years in prison

On November 18, 2015 in Department 10 of the Tulare County Superior Court, Visalia Division, Judge Kathryn Montejano sentenced Timothy Chavez, age 43 of Visalia, to 31 years in state prison for child molestation. Chavez was previously convicted by jury on August 18, 2015 of 12 counts of lewd acts on a child under fourteen, […]

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Businesses give back to ‘Giving Tree’

Holiday Giving is the theme of the JD’s Auto Outlet Visalia Giving Tree. For the last three years, the Giving Tree has represented the generous giving spirit of Visalia. Dozens of local businesses donate gift cards to be placed on the beautifully decorated tree that is put on display at JD’s Auto Outlet Visalia for […]

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Senior Games take the podium

Age was no obstacle to competition in Visalia last month. In fact, it was a requirement. At its Nov. 2 meeting, the Visalia City Council heard a wrap up of the Central Valley’s first Senior Games. The Senior Games came to a close on Sunday, Oct. 25. Visalia Senior Games began on Wednesday, Oct. 21 with […]

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Fun and games at the library

Tulare County Library joins libraries around the world for International Games Day on Saturday, Nov. 21. In Visalia, the games are held from 10 a.m. until to 2 p.m. The library’s upstairs meeting rooms will have games for adults and teens, while children and their families gather in the children’s area. Play some familiar and […]

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Visalia Police Logs

Friday and Saturday, Nov. 13 and 14 Between 10 p.m. and 3 a.m. members of the Visalia Police Department Traffic Unit conducted a DUI saturation detail within the city limits of Visalia. During the course of this detail there were 55 vehicles stopped, with eight FSTs given, resulting in two DUI arrests. There was also […]

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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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