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At Appliance Service Plus, we're passionate about providing personalized services and helpful advice with a friendly smile. We believe our commitment to quality distinguishes us from the crowd. When your appliances fail, we're here when you need us the most.

Whether you need washer repair, stove repair, or anything in between, our process is simple and streamlined:

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We support all major brands and appliances, handling extended service warranty agreements for Lowe's, Home Depot, and other major brands. When you contact us, we strive to provide an engaging, positive experience. It all begins with a friendly smile from our office staff and hard work from our licensed and insured technicians.

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Whatever appliance repair issue you're stressed over, there's no problem too big or small for our team to handle. At Appliance Service Plus, we offer a total package of quality service, fair prices, friendly customer service, and effective fixes. Unlike some appliance companies in Selma, our technicians are trained rigorously and undergo extensive background checks. We work with all major appliances and are capable of GE appliance repair, Maytag appliance repair, Frigidaire appliance repair, and more.

New and repeat customers choose Appliance Repair Plus because we offer:

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NEWS RELEASE: California High-Speed Rail Applies for Millions in New Federal Funds to Advance Construction Toward Bakersfield ?

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Today, the California High-Speed Rail Authority (Authority) applied for new federal funding to expedite important safety improvements along the rail line in the Central Valley. The Authority is applying for $67 million in grant funding for improvements to six current railroad grade crossings in Shafter, California.“The nation’s first high-speed rail system will improve the communities it serves,” said Authority CEO Brian Kelly. “These federal funds will enhance safety...

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Today, the California High-Speed Rail Authority (Authority) applied for new federal funding to expedite important safety improvements along the rail line in the Central Valley. The Authority is applying for $67 million in grant funding for improvements to six current railroad grade crossings in Shafter, California.

“The nation’s first high-speed rail system will improve the communities it serves,” said Authority CEO Brian Kelly. “These federal funds will enhance safety in Shafter and prepare the community for high-speed rail construction – supporting living wage jobs, providing small business opportunities, enhancing economic development, and improving mobility while reducing greenhouse gas emissions.”

The $67 million grant from the Federal Railroad Administration’s FY22 Railroad Crossing Elimination Program will begin eliminating six at-grade crossings of the BNSF freight railroad within the City of Shafter. This request will advance the Bakersfield Extension by:

If awarded, these funds would go toward work on the first major structures in the Central Valley outside the current 119 miles under construction, a major milestone in connecting to Bakersfield.

This next step in partnership with the federal government will leverage state funding, improve the health and safety of communities, provide for promising economic opportunities for local trades people, eliminate crossings frequently blocked by trains, and reduce the impacts that freight movement and railroad operations have within this historically disadvantaged community.

The Authority also has a pending federal grant application pursuing approximately $1.0 billion to purchase new, clean, electric trains capable of speeds in excess of 200 mph, to advance design on Bakersfield and Merced Extensions, to complete a full double-track system on the initial 119-mile segment; and to construct stations.

These federal funds will help accelerate construction of electrified high-speed rail between Merced and Bakersfield by the end of the decade.

Already, 422 of the project’s 500 miles between San Francisco to Los Angeles/Anaheim are environmentally cleared. Since the start of construction, the project has created more than 8,600 construction jobs, with a majority going to Central Valley residents.

For more on construction, visit: www.buildhsr.com. The following link contains recent video, animations, photography, press center resources and latest renderings: https://hsra.app.box.com/s/vyvjv9hckwl1dk603ju15u07fdfir2q8

These files are all available for free use, courtesy of the California High-Speed Rail Authority.

Selma Residents Call Valora Pest Control to Get Rid of Harmful Pests

Locally-based Selma Pest Control Firm, Valora Pest Control, helps customers deal with pest infestations in their homes and other properties.SELMA, CA, UNITED STATES, October 12, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Nobody wants to share a bed with bed bugs or spiders, and nothing can ruin a family gathering quicker than spotting a scurrying mouse – or worse, a rat. Spraying the home with store-bought bug spray may seem like an easy way to keep pests out of th...

Locally-based Selma Pest Control Firm, Valora Pest Control, helps customers deal with pest infestations in their homes and other properties.

SELMA, CA, UNITED STATES, October 12, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Nobody wants to share a bed with bed bugs or spiders, and nothing can ruin a family gathering quicker than spotting a scurrying mouse – or worse, a rat. Spraying the home with store-bought bug spray may seem like an easy way to keep pests out of the space, but it can only do so much. And when it comes to creepy-crawly pests, homeowners should not take any risks. Instead, hiring a professional Selma pest control company like Valora Pest Control will ensure the property is free of awful pests while giving occupants the peace of mind to walk around barefoot and carefree.

Some pests are downright dangerous, causing severe allergic reactions, carrying diseases, and giving off harmful bacteria that can cause illnesses in the family. At best, bee stings hurt. At worst, they kill people who are allergic. Ticks carry Lyme disease, which can become an extreme illness if not treated early. Keeping these dangerous pests away from homes can be hard for homeowners to manage on their own, but skilled Reedley pest control companies work until the problems are eradicated. Sometimes, people may not know what’s plaguing them or biting them at night. So, before using chemicals, pest control technicians from Valora Pest Control survey the homes to notice the problem. And once they identify the issue, they chalk out the right plans to get rid of the pests.

Insects like termites, rodents, and wood borers do more than just bite people. They cause damage to the walls and furniture. And termite damage costs go up to millions of dollars each year around the world. Expert Fowler pest control services control the damage at an early stage. They use the correct formulas, chemicals, and baits to capture and eliminate the exact species that has invaded the property.

Getting rid of a line of ants will not eliminate all the ants in the living space, and killing one mouse does not mean the pest infestation is over. It can be hard for homeowners to find the exact source. This can be especially difficult while dealing with an invasion in out-of-sight areas like the walls. Certified pest control companies in Selma, CA, like Valora Pest Control, take the time and effort to locate the source of the pest infiltration. Additionally, the chemicals they use are more potent than what people can buy as a consumer, some with the ability to kill or repel pests within just a few hours. The chemical formulas also last far longer than commercial products, keeping the property secure for longer.

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Valora Pest Control began this journey with the thought of helping homeowners and businesses be pest free. They understood the need to be of service to people dealing with rodents and common problems and wanted to be a part of the solution! As a locally-based company and team, they promise to always do their best for the customers. Since day one of Valora Pest Control, they have strived for the praise and satisfaction of their clients.

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Selma Blair scores personal best on 'Dancing With the Stars': 'You were just so incredible'

Selma Blair continued to shine on Dancing With the Stars. The actress, who is living with multiple sclerosis, once again inspired viewers during her performance Monday, dancing a quickstep to the theme of The Muppet Show.“This is going to be a challenge keeping my brain on task and my left leg,” Blair said. “But it’s time to break out an...

Selma Blair continued to shine on Dancing With the Stars. The actress, who is living with multiple sclerosis, once again inspired viewers during her performance Monday, dancing a quickstep to the theme of The Muppet Show.

“This is going to be a challenge keeping my brain on task and my left leg,” Blair said. “But it’s time to break out and just say go for it, because I have to!”

Despite her medical condition, which affects her motor skills, Blair put on an almost flawless performance, leaving both fans and judges were impressed.

“How you managed the footwork so good,” said Bruno Tonioli. “You didn’t go wrong once.”

Judge Carrie Anne Inaba, who is living with multiple autoimmune diseases including lupus, fibromyalgia and Sjögren's syndrome, was also impressed by Blair’s strength.

“Sometimes when I watch you get a little nervous,” Inaba said. “I worry for you. I care about you. Tonight, I just watched it and I didn’t have any of that feeling this time because you were just so incredible.”

Despite making headlines with a blindfolded performance last week, Blair had yet to score above a 7 in the competition. This week however, the judges acknowledged her improvement with all 8s. The combined score of 32 is her highest score of the season.

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Selma High misses in play against Central Valley Christian

Selma High School’s first official football divisional game in the Tri-County Conference didn’t go their way.Led by junior Bryson Donelson and his four touchdowns, Central Valley Christian High School rolled to a 64-13 win over Selma on Friday night at Staley Stadium.The loss dropped the Bears to 1-6 in 2022, going into Friday’s last scheduled home game of the season with the Washington Union Panthers. The two schools are very familiar with each other as current Selma head coach Art Francis was head coach of t...

Selma High School’s first official football divisional game in the Tri-County Conference didn’t go their way.

Led by junior Bryson Donelson and his four touchdowns, Central Valley Christian High School rolled to a 64-13 win over Selma on Friday night at Staley Stadium.

The loss dropped the Bears to 1-6 in 2022, going into Friday’s last scheduled home game of the season with the Washington Union Panthers. The two schools are very familiar with each other as current Selma head coach Art Francis was head coach of the Panthers when the two schools met each other for the Central Section Division IV championship in 2019.

Central Valley Christian travels to Kingsburg Friday in a battle of undefeated teams.

The Bears scored on a pair of big plays. Trailing 15-0 in the first quarter, junior quarterback Drew Cerda outran the Cavaliers secondary and found the end zone from 73 yards out. With the score 36-6, senior Josh Rios took the second half kickoff and sped 89 yards into the end zone for six points.

Sophomore kicker Elijah Douangdara, who was injured late in the game, added the extra point to finish the Selma scoring.

CVC recorded 304 of its 462 offensive yards in the first as Donelson led the Cavaliers to a 36-6 halftime lead. Officials went to a running clock with a little more than five minutes left in the third quarter as Donelson’s final touchdown increased the advantage to 50-13.

Selma finished with 156 yards of total offense, 124 in the first half.

“We had a good week of preparation for a tough team,” said Coach Francis after the game. “They have three or four kids that have been recognized with college scholarships and I think our kids played OK. I would like to see us win. We had some bright spots that I think we can grow on.”

This will be the 60th meeting between Selma and Washington Union, with the Panthers holding a 31-27-1 lead in the series. The Panthers, coached by Francis, captured a 42-32 regular season win over the Bears but Matt Logue’s squad won the section title game by a 35-21 count.

Francis knows a lot of of Washington Union from his coaching tenure there. But he admits that he hasn’t really thought about it much. “I’ve been taking it one game at a time,” he said.

It will be Senior Night as at least 19 seniors will be playing their final game at Staley Stadium and will be honored before the 7:30 p.m. game.

You Have to See Jessie James Decker Transform into Sarah Jessica Parker's Hocus Pocus Character

Jessie James Decker has put Dancing With the Stars fans under her spell.The "Grow Young With You" singer lit up the stage in a bewitching look for Disney+ night on ...

Jessie James Decker has put Dancing With the Stars fans under her spell.

The "Grow Young With You" singer lit up the stage in a bewitching look for Disney+ night on Oct. 10, transforming into the one and only Sarah Jessica Parker's child-hungry witch in Hocus Pocus.

Jessie went all out with her jaw-dropping makeover, donning a deep purple long-sleeve top with matching jeweled adornments on the neckline and a coordinating velvet skirt. As for her glam, she wore a tattered blonde wig, a smoky purple eyeshadow look and topped it off with bold red lipstick——perfectly capturing SJP's Hocus Pocus look.

The Kittenish founder posted several behind-the-scenes photos of her transformation on Instagram, captioning the Oct. 10 post with a reference to Sarah Sanderson's iconic song, "Come little children."

While Jessie's epic recreation grabbed viewers' attention, she said she hopes the Sex and the City star gives it her stamp of approval.

"If anyone knows me, I'm obsessed with SJP—Carrie Bradshaw—having a moment to be like her was just everything for me," Jessie told Entertainment Tonight. "I tagged her over a hundred times. I hope she sees it!"

The country star's dancing partner, Alan Bersten, also got into character, portraying zombie Billy Butcherson (played by Doug Jones in the movie).

Alan dressed in a ripped vest and ruffled button-down and completed his costume with facial prosthetics that created the illusion of decaying skin. In fact, the dancing pro revealed to the outlet that it took the glam team three hours to put his look together.

Staying in theme, Jessie and Alan performed a jive to "One Way or Another," a song featured in Hocus Pocus 2, which recently debuted on Disney+.

"We worked so hard this week, it really was kind of a breaking point for me," Jessie told ET. "I'm one of those people that, I don't wanna give up because I'll regret giving up more than I will regret actually pushing through."

She continued, "I wanted to prove to myself that I could do this, and this is outside of my comfort zone."

Jessie and Alan weren't the only dancing duo to turn heads with their makeovers. Keep scrolling to see all of the incredible looks from DWTS' Disney+ night.

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