The Tulare County community of Lindsay is known for many things. From olives to citrus, to notable residents and war heroes. But perhaps surprisingly little has been written when it comes to the city’s history.
That glaring problem has been at least partially addressed by a new book “Lindsay” by author Sarah Troop, who also is the curator of the Lindsay Museum and Gallery. Troop is giving at talk at the Lindsay branch of the Tulare County Public Library on Thursday night from 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM.
She joined us on Valley Edition to tell us about some of the city’s hidden stories, including how the town got its name.