Walk to School Week is Oct. 4-8

The California Nutrition Network for Healthy Active Families partnered with Power Play Five a Day, invite the community to Walk to School on Oct. 8. International Walk to School Day takes place [...]

LUSD works on building leaders

By Nancy Gutierrez At Lindsay Unified School District a student's education does not just depend on the dedication of teachers but the dedication of everyone working around them. An example [...]

Vandals try to destroy historic tower

By C.J. Barbre Dan Sliskovich had grown used to vandals spray painting graffiti inside the beautiful old pump house designed in a California mission church style. However, it is made of poured [...]

Too many cutbacks?

By C.J. Barbre Lindsay was applauded for cutting city staff by 22 positions in order to be able to fund long needed street repairs. Remaining staff has been required to "wear more [...]

Dealing with drought Las Vegas style

By C.J. Barbre After the Deep Fire in early August damaged the flume that carries Springville's water to the district's treatment plant, residents were asked to practice some [...]

Ruby Rose Depew

Graveside service for Ruby Rose Depew, 87, of Visalia will be held on Wednesday, Sept. 29 at 1 p.m. at Lindsay-Strathmore Cemetery. The service will be officiated by Reverend Thomas O. Elson. She [...]

Manuel "Manny" Villegas

Manuel "Manny" Villegas a loving father and friend to many passed away suddenly Sept 10. He was a long time resident of Oakland. He was 80 years old. He was born in Perris, Calif. and [...]

Cardinals get first win

The Lindsay Cardinals got their first win of the season last Friday night defeating the McFarland Cougars 33-22 in front of the home crowd at Frank Skadan Stadium. LHS quarterback Abel Gamboa and [...]

League play starts off slow

By Andrea Camarena The Cardinals bounced out of a two game winning streak and into a losing one last week when they fell to both Coalinga and Corcoran. In their opening game of league play, [...]