Ann Ramage

A public celebration of life will be announced for Ann Ramage, 79. A private burial will be at the Lindsay Cemetery. She died on Oct. 18 in Visalia. She was born in Lindsay to Ernest and Hulda [...]

Beyond Potholes

By C.J. Barbre Carol Whiteside, president of the Great Valley Center, addressed a crowd of about 100 at the Training and Employment Association Summit (TEA) in Visalia on Oct. 14. According to [...]

Cardinals close season at ESL tourney

By Andrea Camarena "It was a fun season. We grew a lot. I learned a lot and we'll tear it up next season," said DeDe lopez after her final match for the season. The Cardinals ended [...]

Teaching kids street smarts

By Nancy Gutierrez As the time change approaches and the end of the work day falls under the dark of night, Lindsay Unified School District afterschool program administrators invite the community [...]

Pinkham, Ishida debate

While not nearly as pointed as the District 3 debate, District 1 Supervisor candidates Bud Pinkham and Alan Ishida touched all of the issues important to eastern Tulare County such as urban [...]

Monarchs fall in final minutes

The Monarchs dropped their second straight league game on Friday, Oct. 15 when they traveled to Dinuba to face the Immanuel Eagles. The Monarchs left Herbert Field with a 13-22 frustrating loss. [...]

California's economic evolution

By C.J. Barbre Dan Walters has been in the journalism trenches for more than 40 years, virtually all of it in the Central Valley. From the Hanford Sentinel to the Sacramento Bee he's seen [...]

Digging into agriculture

From a university professor singing to the music of Will Smith about food-born illnesses to presentations on NASAs involvement with agriculture, the Ag in the Classroom conference held Oct. 21-23 [...]

Convicted to change

By Nancy Gutierrez As Daniel Longoria walks the hallways of Wilson Middle School in Exeter, students stop to shake his hand and say hi. He asks some of them if they are staying out of trouble. [...]

John Drnek

John Drnek, born in 1915, passed away Oct. 11 after a long illness. He and his wife Isabel, who were originally from Indiana, owned and operated Nu-Way Cleaners in Lindsay from 1957 to 1977, [...]