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Tulare County canvassing ends, winners declared

The 2018 election officially comes to an end with some surprising results, but most incumbents reassume their seats By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN TULARE COUNTY – The results are in and voters have spoken, with some surprising results. Some elected officials around the county are re-taking their seats this month, while others are sitting down behind […]

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Woodlake collects $130K in cannabis tax in 2018

Woodlake collected $83,070 in first quarter from Valley Pure dispensary, totaling $129,467 in 2018 By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN WOODLAKE – Woodlake just continues to watch the green roll in through the first quarter of their fiscal year. In 2018 Woodlake has collected a total of $129,467 in commercial cannabis taxes from Valley Pure. According to […]

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Woodlake looks at absence ordinance

Woodlake City Council to vote on new rules regarding unexcused absences for city council members By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN WOODLAKE – Woodlake City Council is making sure members keep their seats by introducing a new attendance ordinance. “It was something at the [Nov. 12 meeting] where councilmembers brought it up and asked staff to look […]

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Lindsay puts planning in the hands of QK

City of Lindsay votes to outsource planning to QK in Visalia, also the firm they selected for engineering By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN LINDSAY – Lindsay is putting their engineering and planning all in one place with their recent contract with QK, Inc. (formerly Quad Knopf). Lindsay’s assistant city planner Brian Spaunhurst left the City earlier […]

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Lindsay voters say yes to cannabis

Lindsay voters approve Measure G by 67 percent of the vote allowing the City to tax future commercial cannabis By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN LINDSAY – Residents were asked earlier this month whether they wanted to tax future commercial cannabis businesses in Lindsay. The result was a resounding yes. According the Monday’s vote count from the […]

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Salinas’ city council career comes full circle

Longtime city councilman Danny Salinas was appointed as mayor the final weeks of his term in office after losing his reelection bid this month By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN lLINDSAY – Last week Lindsay mayor Pam Kimball made a symbolic, but nonetheless powerful motion to transfer her seat on the dais to her longtime colleague Danny […]

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Valley Pure thwarts theft in Woodlake

Cannabis dispensary Valley Pure forces thief out of private selling room, PD confident safety measures are working By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN WOODLAKE – Residents were worried that crime would beset Woodlake if they allowed a dispensary in town. In light of an attempted robbery at Valley Pure in Woodlake’s downtown last Friday afternoon, there is […]

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Trailblazers, CVC to meet for second Visalia showdown

The Golden West Trailblazers and CVC Cavaliers will battle it out for Visalia, Division IV supremacy for second straight year By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN VISALIA – When Golden West won their rivalry game against El Diamante on Oct. 26, offensive coordinator Stan Kanawyer said they were the only team able to beat CVC. The Cavaliers […]

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Several businesses in downtown Exeter moved out or closed in 2018, retail continues to decline in rural areas

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN EXETER– A la Mode’s closing is just the latest hit to Exeter’s downtown economy. In 2018 several businesses have shuttered their doors and it does not appear as if new businesses are on the horizon to fill the spaces left behind. On E Street, TCBY closed this spring, Lamplighter Mercantile & […]

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Football: Golden West saddles El Diamante with defeat

Trailblazers defeat the El Diamante Miners 28-17 in Battle for the Saddle on Friday, Oct. 26, earn fourth seed in Division IV playoff standings By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN VISALIA – Golden West’s head coach Paul Preheim said he liked his team’s chances of a Division IV playoff berth heading into the season. Then they lost […]

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