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Vi·sa·lia

 (vī-sāl′yə)
A city of south-central California in the San Joaquin Valley southeast of Fresno. Founded in 1852, it grew as an agricultural center.
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Vi•sa•lia

(vɪˈseɪl yə)

n.
a city in central California. 66,070.
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Lytle agreed to the plea, (https://www.visaliatimesdelta.com/story/news/2019/03/13/accused-visalia-child-molester-may-avoid-prison/3153440002/) Visalia Times Delta reported.
has acquired Buckman-Mitchell Inc., with offices in Visalia and Fresno, Calif.
At its 55-acre site in Visalia, CA, CDI produces a half-million pounds of butter every day.
PureGen Power, LLC has acquired a 1.16MW solar power plant in Visalia, California - the first of several planned for the company's inaugural investment fund, PureGen Solar One.
DEER PARK -PureGen Power LLC, a clean energy asset ownership company in Deer Park, said it acquired a solar power plant in Visalia, California -- the first of several planned for the company's inaugural investment fund, PureGen Solar One.
City Of Visalia, l:17-cv-01205-LJO-EPG, United States District Court For The Eastern District Of California (March 19, 2018) the District Court, after complaining about the failure of Congress to fully staff the court, spent many pages to resolve the dispute because, to paraphrase Benjamin Franklin, the court did not have the time to write a brief opinion.
TreeHouse Foods announced the intention to close its facility in Visalia, California by the end of the first quarter of 2019.
Headquartered in Visalia, California with USD529m in assets, Suncrest has five branches located in Fresno, Kingsburg, Porterville, Visalia and Yuba City.
Visalia Councilman Steve Nelsen proposed the display because he said he wanted to unify residents, according to the Visalia Times-Delta.
Visalia City Council narrowly passed on considering privatizing the city's solid waste collection service.
Stacey McNinch-Curschman, the secondary curriculum director for Visalia USD in California, knew that as her district was ramping up its training efforts around Common Core standards for mathematics in 2013, as well as its own district-level curriculum changes, both administrators and teachers would need to be continually learning and improving themselves.