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Exeter Senior Center gets new tables for new activities

@TheSunGazette exeter – Seniors who frequent the Exeter Senior Center now have access to a new activity in which to show their competitive side, a pool table. The ability to shoot some pool came at an opportune time for the seniors, especially the men, who had previously expressed that they were having a tough time […]

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Council approves N. Visalia Road median changes

By Crystal Havner Special to the Sun-Gazette farmersville – Traffic was a key concern at the Farmersville City Council’s July 10 meeting. For months the City has been dealing with road concerns ranging from Farmersville’s portion of the Avenue 280 widening project to planning a median, also on Visalia Road. And while they passed plans […]

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DA’s new unit gets its first conviction

@TheSunGazette tulare county – A special unit formed earlier this year to handle crimes against police officers got its first conviction last week. On July 14, Tulare County Superior Court Judge Gary Paden sentenced Demorris Gray, 24, of Tulare, to 32 months in prison for domestic violence and committing a crime against a police officer. […]

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Exeter wins Shaver Lake Invit., to compete at Junior Olympics

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN shaver lake – In their debut year, it has been a memorable season for the new Exeter Club girls water polo team. On the weekend of June 24 and 25, the 15 girls who make up this 18-and-under team qualified for the Junior Olympics at the zone qualifier in Modesto. Exeter […]

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Board of Supervisors responds to grand jury

By Mackenzie Carmen @MCarmen549 tulare county – The Tulare County Board of Supervisors has agreed upon the language in two required response letters following Tulare County grand jury investigations. The investigations were into the 2016 election in Tulare County as well as the effect the drought has had on pensions in the county. The first […]

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Crime Lines

Sheriff’s Log Friday, July 14 The Kings River within Tulare County opened for recreational activities, including boating. The water levels have returned to a reasonable level to allow motorized operation on the river. The conditions on the Kings River were carefully reviewed by Tulare County Sheriff’s Department through ongoing communication with the Kings River Water […]

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Highway 65 funded for $5.5mil roadway upgrade

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN exeter – Roads here at home are some of the worst for average commuters. Either the roads are cracked, pothole-riddled or not wide enough to handle the traffic. But as of Monday, July 3, the California Transportation Commission decided to allocate $593 million to 124 transportation projects that are intended to […]

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Thieves take advantage of long holiday weekend in Strathmore robberies

Sun-Gazette strathmore – Thieves in Strathmore decided to work overtime during the four-day July 4th weekend but at least one homeowner stayed home for the holiday. Three Strathmore homes were robbed of thousands of dollars of household items ranging from jewelry to off road vehicles. At 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, July 5, deputies responded to […]

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Crime Lines

Lindsay Police LogsLindsay Police Logs Thursday, June 29 At 5:17 a.m. in the 500 block E. Honolulu Street, officers responded to a report of a fight in progress between a male and a female subject. Upon arrival, an officer observed 29-year-old Paula Murguia striking the victim. The man claimed the woman was his girlfriend and […]

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