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Leading support for the troops

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN Farmersville – There is no easy way to serve in the military and defend your country. Some men serve on the front lines and must accept the sacrifice of their life for their countrymen. Even fewer make the decisions on which men serve where and must accept the burden of strategic […]

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Tulare County cracks down on overuse

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN tulare county – Cities in Tulare County have been struggling with the State Water Resources Control Board’s crack down on water for nearly three years. Now unincorporated communities are beginning to feel the pinch. According to the Resource Management Agency (RMA) report published last week, “Tulare County currently serves water to […]

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Personnel await council direction

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN Lindsay – The Lindsay City Council have taken their medicine and agreed to the recommendations made by the grand jury. Now the council turns to this year’s budget where there are multiple positions left unfilled. The positions of city manager and chief of police have been left unfilled since the departure […]

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Army Corps close to fixing dam gates

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN three rivers – Farmers relying on surface water from Lake Kaweah won’t have to worry about delays in their water deliveries this summer. The Army Core of Engineers (ACE), which operates Terminus Dam at Lake Kaweah, said last week that a temporary hydraulic system has been relocated from Northern California to […]

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Former WPD officer lawsuit hangs on

Woodlake – A lawsuit filed by a former Woodlake police officer was all but dismissed by a judge last month. But there was still one issue in the case that may give the man his day in court against his former employer. On April 20, Judge Bret Hillman sustained the City of Woodlake’s arguments against […]

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Janet Jones retires from FUSD, again

Farmersville – Farmersville Unified School District’s longest tenured superintendent retired for the second time last week. Janet Jones tendered her resignation at the May 10 school board meeting. Jones, who had previously served as superintendent from 1994-2012, was brought back in January to helm the district as interim superintendent. The board brought Jones back while […]

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Air quality is no fleeting idea for Exeter vehicles

Exeter – While the Central Valley and Tulare County may be smacked with an F grade for air quality from the American Lung Association, there is no need to think that cities are not trying. The City of Exeter has made a concerted effort over the past five years to convert their fleet of vehicles […]

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Relay for Life walks on

Exeter – It is nearly impossible to avoid the color purple during the month of May. From end to end of Pine Street there is a purple ribbon posted on every light pole. On nearly every store front there is a painted ribbon lining the windows. This is all in an effort to make everyone […]

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Sierra K-9 Trials on May 14 in Visalia

Everyone loves dogs. They are our best friends, guides for the blind, companions for wounded soldiers and partners on the police force. Some of Tulare County’s bravest officers are ready to compete for the title of top dog in a variety of categories this week at the annual Sierra K-9 Trials. The Trials will be […]

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