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Police on look out for wanted person

On Wednesday, July 1, Detectives from the TCSO Gang Violence Suppression Unit (GVSU) received information on the possible whereabouts of a subject with an active Federal Indictment arrest warrant. The warrant was a result of a 2011 joint investigation between the TCSO Narcotics Task Force and ATF under the operation name of Red Rover. This […]

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Safety tips for 4th of July fun

Tulare County Health & Human Services Agency wants you and your family to be safe during this Independence Day and throughout the coming holiday weekend. Dr. Karen Haught, Tulare County Public Health Officer has identified key public health safety points to keep in mind. ● Stay hydrated. The Institute of Medicine determined that an adequate […]

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EDA sews up vacant spots

After a few months of emergency surgeries to repair its hemorrhaging loses, Exeter District Ambulance has finally managed to stitch up its open wounds. Board President Wes Grim gave an update of the strides made by the public ambulance agency in recovering its financial health. At Exeter District Ambulance’s (EDA) June 25 meeting, Grim said […]

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Athletes pick up on Rocky Hill

No matter what type of outdoor exercise you enjoy, Rocky Hill east of Exeter is a popular training ground for people of all ages throughout Tulare County. It’s challenging, grading yet also scenic and at times serene. About the only thing that can ruin a run or ride up Rocky Hill is the unsightly trash […]

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County towns get CalTrans coin

Students in two local communities will have safer trips to school thanks to recent State transportation funding. The City of Woodlake will be receiving $245,000 to construct sidewalks, ADA ramps, striping and signage along Castle Rock Street. The project plans to eliminate the potential for vehicle vs. pedestrian accidents by creating a continuous sidewalk for […]

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Crime Lines

Lindsay Police Logs Saturday, June 20 At 8:45 a.m. officers responded to a report of possible domestic violence at a confidential location. Upon arrival a woman advised that her ex-boyfriend Salvador Carlos Betancourt of Lindsay, had pushed his way into her residence and physically assaulted her, leaving visible injuries. She said that she fled to […]

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Visalia Police Department launches Facebook and Instagram

The Visalia Police Department is pleased to announce the launch of the organization’s newest social media platforms: Facebook and Instagram. Beginning today, the department has a Facebook page and Instagram account which will allow the public to connect with their police department like never before. “Social media has proven to be an effective tool for […]

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