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Lindsay Police Logs Tuesday, Sept. 22 At 12:55 p.m. officers responded to 570 S. Mirage Apt #129 regarding a suspicious circumstance. Upon arrival of the scene, officers contacted Tonya Aguilera of the above address who advised that she was shocked last night through her electrical plug and she believes the apartment manager was attempting to […]

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Local police depts want unwanted drugs

Illegal drugs aren’t the only narcotics that police want to keep off the streets. Many households may have unused or expired drugs in their medicine cabinets. These drugs may become a safety hazard placing children, teenagers and other members of your household at risk of an overdose. There are many reasons to safely dispose of unused […]

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Take a bite out of hunger

Even with the drought impacting agricultural production, local high school students and community members are coming together to take a bite out of hunger. September is nationally recognized as Hunger Action Month, Food Literacy Month, and Fruits & Veggies Matter More month. All three activities are core principles for Harvesting Hope, the volunteer-gleaning and food […]

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City nears completion of solar project

In a market of rising electricity costs and legislative demands for renewable energy utilization, the City of Lindsay has taken drastic steps towards maintaining an environmentally conscious community by installing over 2,000 solar panels throughout the city. Beginning in April and finishing in August, construction crews from the Southern California-based solar company SolarCity could be […]

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The ‘Stuff’ of story books

Fall has arrived. Today is the first day of autumn and nobody does fall better than Exeter. October is full of stuff in Exeter, including the stuffing of scarecrows. The Exeter Chamber of Commerce wants to remind businesses, service clubs and non-profit organizations that scarecrows must be placed outside of their offices or businesses on […]

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Crime Lines

Lindsay Police Logs Wednesday, Sept. 9 At 9:43 a.m. Lindsay officers responded to Lindsay First Baptist Church, 581 E. Honolulu, regarding multiple juveniles trespassing on the property. Officers contacted Jorge Gutierrez, Juvenile one and Juvenile two. The three subjects attempted to leave the property by jumping a fence prior to officers making contact. Officers arrested […]

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F’ville set to add second school resource officer

Two uniformed officers will be protecting Farmersville schools this year thanks to an agreement struck between the school district and city hall. At its Aug. 24 meeting, the Farmersville City Council unanimously approved an agreement with the Farmersville Unified School District (FUSD) to share the cost for additional school resource officer (SRO). The Council agreed […]

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P’ville man found guilty of rape

On Aug. 24, in Department 19 of the Tulare County Superior Court, South County Justice Center, Judge Glade Roper presiding, a Tulare County jury found Carlos Estrella, age 59, of Porterville, guilty of one count of forcible rape, one count of assault with the intent to commit rape during a first-degree burglary, one count of […]

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Gang member guilty of attempted murder

On Aug. 19, 2015 in Department 19 of the Tulare County Superior Court, South County Division, Judge Robert Moody presiding, a Tulare County jury found Daniel Miranda, age 19, of Porterville, guilty of violent crimes committed for the benefit of a criminal street gang in two separate incidents. On July 21, 2012 in Porterville, Miranda […]

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Crime Lines

Lindsay Police Logs Wednesday, August 19 At 6:51 p.m. officers responded to the 500 block of N. Elmwood for a report of a suspicious vehicle parked at the above complex occupied with a male subject sleeping inside it. Upon arrival of the scene, Officers contacted Juan Bulgara who was found to have an active warrant. […]

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