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Watching Over Lindsay

Just outside of Lindsay, people can find a beautiful home upon a hill. Resting just short of the base of the foothills is where 2015 Woman of the Year honoree Kathryn Williams lives. Sitting out on her porch on the days where recent storms clear out any haze, Williams can take in the view of […]

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Woodlake Mayor earns ‘Official’ award from TCAG

The mayor of Tulare County’s smallest city continues to play one of the largest roles in fighting for federal funding. As the Mayor of Woodlake, Rudy Mendoza serves as his city’s representative on the Board of the Tulare County Association of Governments (TCAG), a quasi-governmental agency that oversees transportation funding and projects in Tulare County. […]

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Lindsay’s Finest

Ruben Gonzalez has accumulated awards throughout his life. He was named Lindsay High School’s best athlete as an incoming freshman. He is the only Lindsay Cardinal to be named to the All-Tournament Team of the Polly Wilhelmsen Invitation Tournament for high school basketball in Visalia. He coached his sons in both youth and high school […]

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Internet access entering a new Frontier in California

As Verizon sunsets its control of Internet services in California, Frontier is looking to traverse a smoother Internet landscape. On Jan. 25, Verizon and Frontier Communications sent out a letter to 2.2 million local, long distance and Internet customers in California, Florida and Texas informing them that Frontier will be taking over Verizon’s network in […]

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Local drones ROAM the skies during drought

As Verizon sunsets its control of Internet services in California, Frontier is looking to traverse a smoother Internet landscape. On Jan. 25, Verizon and Frontier Communications sent out a letter to 2.2 million local, long distance and Internet customers in California, Florida and Texas informing them that Frontier will be taking over Verizon’s network in […]

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Farmersville opens up a dialogue about child health

You can’t solve all of the world’s problems in one day. In fact, you can’t solve all of the problems in a single town in one day, but not for a lack of trying. On Jan. 29, the UC Davis Center for Regional Change in conjunction with the American Friends Service Committee held a “community […]

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WPD still searching for murder suspects

The Woodlake Police Department is still searching for suspects in two of the city’s unsolved murders last year. The most recent happened at about 11 p.m. on Nov. 13 when officers responded to shots being fired in the 200 block of N. Pepper St. Police arrived within seconds of the call and discovered a Hispanic […]

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Ennis returns to mid- dais after a decade

Tulare County’s 2015 Board Chairman Steve Worthley moved over to make room for his 2016 successor Mike Ennis. The two supervisors moved positions during the Board’s first meeting in January, but Ennis delivered his 2016 State of the County Address during his Tuesday, Jan. 26 meeting. However, this was not the first time Ennis has […]

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Woodlake, Lindsay roll up prohibition

City councils have pot on their mind as they move closer to the March 1st deadline of placing a medical marijuana ordinance in their books. Last week both Woodlake and Lindsay decided they would have a no tolerance policy when it came to the dispensation of medical marijuana. After holding a public hearing on Jan. […]

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