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Exeter waits to see potential problems facing city’s water infrastructure

Exeter city manager Adam Ennis relays to city council potential problems, plans with their aging water system By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN EXETER – The residents of Exeter were left without water for a night three weeks ago when a broken water main on Kaweah Avenue near the water tower was under repair. As a result people […]

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Two Tulare County men indicted for serial robberies

Federal grand jury indicts Strathmore man, Earlimart man for series of armed robberies in Tulare and Kern Counties and in Nebraska By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN FRESNO – A Strathmore man and an Earlimart man were indicted by a federal grand jury last week for orchestrating a series of armed robberies that stretched from Strathmore to Nebraska. […]

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Aaron Rowe found guilty, faces life in prison for the 2012 assault and murder of his daughter Peyton

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – A Visalia man faces life in prison for killing his newborn daughter. On July 11, a Tulare County jury found Aaron Rowe, 28, of Visalia, guilty of the murder and assault of his 47-day-old daughter, Peyton. Rowe was convicted of second degree murder and assault likely to cause great bodily injury.  In […]

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Hooded bandits steal $23K in cigarettes

Four suspects who robbed Exeter convenience store linked to series of robberies across Tulare County @TheSunGazette TULARE COUNTY – Police believe a robbery in Exeter last month is part of an organized group that may have stolen nearly $23,000 in cigarettes from convenience stores throughout Tulare County. Surveillance footage from the Red Barn, 29615 Road […]

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Lindsay outsources dispatch full time, finds new engineering firm

City sheds cost at dispatching positions after hiring TCSO to cover dispatch full time, votes to hire QK, Inc. as Lindsay’s engineering firm By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN LINDSAY – When citizens in Lindsay call 9-1-1 for help they’ll be hearing a different voice than they used to on the other line after last week’s July […]

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Tulare County Planning Commission deadlocks over cannabis ordinance

Planning commission votes 3-3 on change of cannabis ordinance countywide, moves to board of supervisors without recommendation By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN TULARE COUNTY – While cities throughout Tulare County are seeking to cash in on commercial cannabis, the County of Tulare is not ready to buy in. Late last month the Tulare County Planning Commission deadlocked […]

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State fines skilled nursing facility for death of resident

Redwood Springs in Visalia is hit with state’s most severe penalty after unsupervised patient fell, hit her head and died six days later By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – A skilled nursing facility in Visalia received the most severe penalty under state law after a patient fell off the toilet and hit her head which ultimately […]

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Mosquitoes pose a triple threat as a vector of three viruses

Health & Human Services Agency, Delta Vector Control District warn public to prevent mosquito bites @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Residents of Visalia beware of the dangers lurking around standing water and other mosquito breeding grounds. The Tulare County Health & Human Services and the Delta Vector Control District are asking people to be vigilant against mosquito […]

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