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Broadcasting the message of Christmas to the world

Churches have the power to reach people spiritually. Radio stations and newspapers have the power to reach people locally. But the Internet, that has the power to reach people globally. That is the hope of Iglesia de Nazareno, a small, home-based Spanish church in Farmersville, which held a church service on Saturday, Dec. 19 to […]

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3 locals dies in 2 wrecks last week

An Ivanhoe mother and a Visalia couple won’t be home for Christmas this week after two tragic accidents in Visalia and Fresno. On Dec. 17, Matthew and Sharnae Cuellar of Visalia were driving eastbound on Clarkson Avenue west of Bethel Avenue when their 2015 Honda was involved in a head-on collision by a 2003 Chevrolet […]

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Sheriff awards scholarships

Each year thousands of young adults dream of serving in law enforcement but many never overcome the obstacle of paying for the police academy. But Samantha Elias isn’t one of them. The 17-year-old senior at Harmony Magnet Academy in Strathmore was among two Sheriff’s Explorers to receive a full-ride scholarship for a local police academy. […]

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Dead tree removal exemption permit extended

As California’s severe drought and bark beetle epidemic has left millions of trees dead, the California Board of Forestry and Fire Protection last week voted to extend a drought mortality exemption to the state’s tree removal permitting process. “With massive tree mortality across California, this exemption streamlines the process for landowners who are working to […]

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Crime Logs

Lindsay Police Logs Thursday, Dec. 3 At 7 p.m. while on general patrol in the area of Hermosa and Mirage, Officer Moreno contacted, Crystal Tanguma of Porterville who was found to have nine active misdemeanor warrants with a combined bail of $750,000. Tanguma was taken into custody, transported to the police department for processing and […]

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City pitches Olive Bowl revamp

Youth sports have a number of positive impacts on not only the child participating but the community as a whole. In a continuing effort to support healthy living in Lindsay, the City will be renovating the Olive Bowl in order to provide youth a safe place to practice and play. In the past 24 months […]

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Woodlake to keep marijuana off the streets

In Woodlake, medical marijuana laws take the “out of sight, out of mind” approach. In order to keep medical marijuana indoors and off the streets, the Woodlake City Council is considering an amendment to its ordinance prohibiting mobile marijuana sales. On Dec. 14, the Woodlake City Council will hold a public hearing regarding further restrictions […]

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FHCN gears up for patient donations

On Monday, Dec. 7, Family HealthCare Network (FHCN) will donate holiday food baskets, blankets, and gifts to 77 needy families in the communities of Cutler-Orosi, Hanford, Porterville, Terra Bella, Tulare, Visalia, and Woodlake. Staff and volunteers are busy preparing the baskets to be given away as part of the organization’s Anita Fund, a tradition of […]

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Exeter mourns its international ambassador

The Exeter woman whose smile charmed tourists over phone lines and across the airwaves as far away as England is now taking a permanent holiday in heaven. Mary Keenan (McCarley) East, better known as “Molly,” died gently and peacefully on Dec. 2, 2015 at the age of 93. Family, supported by the fantastic Quail Park […]

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Mills meant the world to Three Rivers

Susan Jane Mills, an educational and cultural leader in Three Rivers for more than 40 years, died quietly at her home on the banks of the Kaweah River Nov. 7. She was 73. Mrs. Mills, known widely as “Sue,” had suffered from cancer and was under the care of Kaweah-Delta General Hospital’s Hospice Service. Sue […]

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