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Problems arise with Lindsay water

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN lindsay – The City of Lindsay is poised to have a less tumultuous year in city hall after stabilizing key positions on the city council and on its staff. But one thing that will remain the same is concerns over water quality, sort of. On Jan. 10, residential and commercial water […]

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Crime Lines

Exeter Crime Logs Saturday, Dec. 10 At approximately 9:20 a.m., an Exeter resident reported found property in the area of Palm and G streets. The property was found to have been taken in a recent burglary. The owner of the property was identified and the property was returned. The investigation is ongoing. Friday, Dec. 16 […]

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Flooding problems force Exeter library’s closure

By Amy C. Witt @AmyCWitt_SGN exeter – If you have visited the Exeter Branch Library recently, you may have observed that it is closed. As of Thursday, Oct. 13, the library has been closed due to flood damage inflicted by aging plumbing. When employees showed up to work on Thursday, they observed water standing on […]

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Crime Lines

Lindsay Police Logs Saturday, Dec. 3 At approximately 12:45 p.m., while on general patrol, Sgt. Heinks observed a traffic accident which had just occurred at Mirage and Lindmore. The drivers involved, Tanisha Carolina, 39 of Tulare, who was driving a 2011 Dodge Nitro and Agustin Navarro Pantoja, 75 of Lindsay, who was driving a Dodge […]

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Woodlake completes projects slightly over budget

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN woodlake – Woodlake has been on the move to complete major projects around the city. And each improvement has made the city more efficient, mobile, or friendly. At their Dec. 12 meeting the Woodlake City Council passed resolutions to notify the completions of their roundabout project, plaza project and water meter […]

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Sequoia Union opens enrollment for ’17-’18

@TheSunGazette lemon cove – A great case can be made for early education in a child’s life, and Sequoia Union Elementary School knows it well. Beginning on Jan. 3 the elementary school welcomes parents to begin enrolling students through Feb. 9. Student applications are available online at sequoiaunion.org. Sequoia Union, offers classes from transitional kindergarten […]

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Board appoints Britt as new HHSA Director

@TheSunGazette tulare county – Hiring from within can be the best way to help any organization. While they may not have the freshest perspective from the outside in, they certainly have the organizational wherewithal to lead a talented team of professionals. And that is why the Tulare County Board of Supervisors appointed Jason T. Britt […]

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Board appoints County counsel

  @TheSunGazette tulare county – The board of supervisors has appointed Deanne H. Peterson as Tulare County’s counsel at their Dec. 13 board meeting. The appointment will be effective on March 26, immediately following the retirement of county counselor Kathleen Bales-Lange.  The board also took action to add the position of associate county counsel to […]

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Ambulance board member investigated for blackmail

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN exeter – An Exeter District Ambulance board member was accused of blackmailing a district employee last week. At a special meeting of the public ambulance district on Dec. 14, Attorney Che Johnson, principal of the district’s law firm, presented a final investigation report of Board member Tony Miller, who was appointed […]

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Pedestrian safety a concern on Visalia Rd.

By Crystal Havner Special to the Sun-Gazette farmersville – Visalia Road is not only Farmersville’s busiest road, it is also its most dangerous. Poor lighting, the lack of crosswalks, few stop signs and speeding drivers all play into recent accidents where pedestrians were hit by vehicles, killing one person and injuring two others. The pedestrian […]

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