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Exeter introduces water from Well 6 back into the system

Exeter introduces water from Well 6 back into the system after clearing it of nitrates and E. coli By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN EXETER – City staff and the City Council in Exeter are still wading through water infrastructure quandaries. But for now they have answered one question that has plagued public works for over a […]

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Football: Exeter postseason in doubt after loss to Selma

The Monarchs’ record falls to 2-5 and 1-2 in the Central Sequoia League putting a playoff berth in doubt By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN EXETER – The Monarchs’ jubilation after a lopsided 62-27 win over the Hanford West Huskies, and their first win on their new turf, was quickly snuffed out Friday night. Central Sequoia League […]

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Dr. Richard Combs brings global politics to Lindsay’s level

Visalia native, former principal deputy director of the office of Soviet Union Affairs Dr. Richard Combs speaks at Lindsay Cultural Arts Forum By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN LINDSAY – Residents in Lindsay were treated to some Russian intel last Wednesday night. The Lindsay Cultural Arts Forum invited Visalia native and current Three Rivers resident Dr. Richard […]

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Crocker makes himself known to district

Tulare County District One Board Supervisor Kuyler Crocker holds town hall in Strathmore Oct. 17 By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN STRATHMORE – District one of Tulare County is getting some face-time with the man who represents them countywide. On Oct. 17 Board Supervisor Kuyler Crocker will host his second townhall meeting in his two years on […]

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Lindsay looks to improve energy and water infrastructure

City considers $3.3 million in energy and water improvements, item to come before council on Oct. 23 By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN LINDSAY – Lindsay’s aging water and energy infrastructure needs improvement or outright replacement. And right now the City is reviewing the $3.3 million price tag. Last year City staff sought ways to upgrade or […]

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Farmersville hopes for more canna-business with dispensary

Farmersville City Council votes 4-1 in favor of one cannabis dispensary business to locate in town By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN FARMERSVILLE – Farmersville City Council was finally done waiting for cultivators to grow some green in town, so they decided to open the city to cannabis dispensaries. The Farmersville City Council voted 4-1 at their […]

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Lindsay gets Russian intel with Dr. Richard Combs Oct. 10

Army Intel officer Dr. Richard Combs to speak about relations between the U.S. and Russia on Oct. 10 at Lindsay museum at 7 p.m. By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN LINDSAY – Russia has dominated the foreign policy conversation in the United States for the lion’s share of this decade. Americans saw the Russian incursion into the […]

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Zach Green shoots TC’s trafficking problem solvers

Zach Green owner of Zach Green Films captures the efforts made by law enforcement’s agencies to thwart sex trafficking By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN VISALIA – Visalia’s go-to guy for high quality promotional videos is now pointing his camera at a tragically local problem of sex trafficking that had gone unseen for years. Zach Green, founder and owner […]

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Exeter council secures inbox messages

City council members approve assigning themselves City email addresses to secure correspondence By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN EXETER – The City of Exeter is trying to make correspondence just a little safer for their council members. Last week the Council voted 4-0 to assign themselves city email addresses. Up until now council members have electronically received […]

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Cross Country: Cardinals take 2nd at the grove

McKaylie Caesar runs a season record 18:56.69 minutes at Mt. Whitney Invitational By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN VISALIA – The Lindsay Cardinals girls cross country team has built on last year’s appearance at the state championship. They won their first East Sequoia League meet over the perennial powerhouse Corcoran Panthers, and last Friday took second in […]

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