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Lindsay Police Logs Wednesday, Aug. 5 At 12:47 p.m. Lindsay officers responded to Save Mart parking lot for a report of a male, in a vehicle, exposing himself in a suggestive manner. Officers did not locate a vehicle matching that description. Officers contacted Mayra Reyes of Visalia, who indicated she viewed the male in the […]

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Board of Supervisors snuff out e-cigarettes in public areas

Cigarette smoke has without a doubt been banned in public areas across cities, counties and the State. The Tulare County Board of Supervisors have now taken the same step with e-cigarettes. While they are considered a vapor of nicotine and not necessarily a smoke, four board members voted to include e-cigarettes in their already existing […]

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Rocky Hill kicks off Fall

  There is no better way to attract kids than food, prizes and the promise of a good time. With that in mind Rocky Hill Community Church’s 4Twelve youth group held a fall kick-off celebration. On Sunday, David Welch and Rocky Hill Community Church’s youth department welcomed 40 students to the church to fellowship together. […]

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Wi-fi Ready

By now many Lindsay Learners have completed their back to school shopping. But there is one more item students will soon be able check off their list, free 24 hour internet access. On May 26 Lindsay Unified School District made a presentation before city council outlining their plan to strategically place antennae and signal amplification […]

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Deputies seize over $5 million in pot bust

A large-scale marijuana grow with a street value estimated over $5 million was shut down last week by the Tulare County Sheriff’s Department between Plainview and Strathmore. The Sheriff’s Department’s STEP Unit, Narcotics Unit, Gang Unit, Ag Unit, Patrol, Detentions and Resource Management Agency worked together in teams to serve 63 search warrants in the […]

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City plans for extreme water conditions, crisis

California’s four year drought has sent many cities across the state into conservation mode. In addition to taking measures to conserve water every day, The City of Lindsay is looking toward the future. During the City’s council meeting on July 28 City Service Planner Mike Camarena presented two additional phase’s to the City’s current water […]

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Mathis makes a trip to Exeter

The work of an elected official may not seem arduous, to some it might even seem easy. However, to bear the weight of a constituency whose needs require special representation is no task to be overlooked. Recently elected last year Assemblyman Devon Mathis has been settling into his new seat in Sacramento but he’s ready […]

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Lunch and Learn in Lindsay

Lindsay Community Health Center will hold its next “Lunch & Learn” seminar from 12-1 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 13 at the Wellness Center in Lindsay. Titled “Exercise & Nutrition,” guest speaker Lindsey Blain, group exercise instructor at Evolutions in Tulare, will hold a live fitness demo and mini-fitness class, so come dressed in comfortable shoes […]

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Celebrate health week with FHCN

Family HealthCare Network is marking National Health Center Week 2015 (NHCW) with events in Tulare and Kings counties, as part of a weeklong campaign (August 9-15) to raise awareness about the mission and accomplishments of America’s Health Centers – the largest and most successful system of primary healthcare. Community health centers (CHCs) started 50 years […]

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Crime Lines

Exeter Police Logs Sunday, July 26 At approximately 1:15 a.m. Daniel Leeth of Porterville, was contacted by Exeter police during a disturbance call and was found to be too intoxicated to care for his own safety. Leeth was taken into custody for public intoxication and transported to the Tulare Co. jail to be housed. At […]

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