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Women Take the Vote

Women Take the Vote

The year 2020 marks the 100th anniversary of the year that Congress ratified the 19th Amendment and granted women the constitutional right to vote.
Shop Unique, Shop Fun, Shop Local

Shop Unique, Shop Fun, Shop Local

One of the best things about the holidays is bundling up and sharing the experience of shopping at local stores with the rest of our community.
Cool Activities Add Up to Winter Fun

Cool Activities Add Up to Winter Fun

The warm weather has retreated just in time to welcome winter, and outdoor activities await. Amid the shopping, cooking, baking and merrymaking, close-to-home opportunities will ensure that everyone has a chance to enjoy the crisp air during the holidays.
Symphony 101: Your Questions Answered

Donors Make the Music Possible

As we complete another year of bringing classical music to Tulare County, we want to thank you for your generosity over our 60-year history.
Riding for Fun and Funds

Riding for Fun and Funds

Text and Photos by Major Rogers On Oct. 13, roughly 180 area residents pioneered something in Visalia and, as a result, the lives of other residents will be improved. What these people did was show...
Taste The Arts – A Feast for the Soul

Taste The Arts – A Feast for the Soul

Text by Pam Pietroforte | Photos by James Stark Garden Street in downtown Visalia became the center of the universe on a recent Saturday in October — ordered chaos filled with beauty and wonder, a...
Symphony 101: Your Questions Answered

Symphony 101: Your Questions Answered

The Sequoia Symphony Orchestra is celebrating 60 years of bringing classical music to Tulare County and has a lot to celebrate.
Surf's Up in the Valley

Surf’s Up in the Valley

The Kelly Slater Surf Ranch is a spot in the heart of ag land where the world’s greatest surfers come to wrangle and tame “the perfect wave.”
Visalia Octoberfest 2019

Visalia Octoberfest 2019

The Visalia Chamber of Commerce sponsored Oktoberfest on September 27, 2019, at the Vossler Farms Pumpkin Patch.

Blackberry Wishes

What’s a local to do? A day trip to a beautiful mountain retreat with cool breezes and fresh air is just the ticket, and Camp Nelson in the Sequoia National Forest, less than two hours away via Highways 198, 65 and 190, fits the bill.