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Pump prices dip Farmersville revenues

farmersville – Drivers are loving the sub-three-dollar amount per gallon at the pump, but Farmersville City officials are weary of the dip in gas prices. Farmersville’s City Council was made aware of the slight decrease in sales tax revenue as the fiscal year begins to conclude. The council received their quarterly review from director of […]

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Council debates unusual code

lindsay – From the city-owned McDermont Field House to the fascinating history of the town, there is no question that Lindsay is unique to the Central Valley. Recently, city attorney Mario Zamora presented council with yet another reason why Lindsay is truly one-of-a-kind. Following a discussion on April 12, staff was directed to identify charter […]

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Dr. gets house call from CATTCH detectives

tulare county – On April 26, the Tulare County Sheriff’s County Apprehension Team Tracking Criminals in Hiding (CATTCH) developed information that a subject with two felony warrants, Dr. Howard Ragland, was currently in the area of Los Angeles. The CATTCH detectives coordinated with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Major Crimes Fugitive Task Force. Detectives […]

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Woodlake projects progress

woodlake – It seems like the entire city of Woodlake is under construction these days, and, for the most part, it’s been great to see for residents. And soon, the city will add its latest construction project to the list following a recent decision by the Woodlake City Council. At its April 25 meeting, the council […]

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Commission defends removal of Lindsay Judge

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN lindsay – Two months ago a Lindsay judge appealed a ruling by a commission of his peers calling for his removal from the bench. Two weeks ago, the commission defended its decision. Now, the fate of Tulare County Superior Court Judge Valeriano Saucedo of Lindsay lies with the State’s highest court. […]

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Clear cut candidate yet to take charge in D-1 race

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN exeter – The Exeter Chamber of Commerce, Tulare County Farm Bureau, and Tulare County League of Women Voters welcomed seven of eight candidates to the Exeter Memorial Building on Wednesday, April 20 for an open forum. Latecomer to the race and Lindsay Mayor Pro Tem Roseana Sanchez chose not to attend. […]

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Drive by in Exeter leaves one wounded

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN exeter – The normally quiet town of Exeter was anything but last Saturday night, April 23 when gang members executed a drive by shooting on Pine Street between F and G streets. Exeter police in addition to the Tulare County Interagency Gang Enforcement Team (IGET) were dispatched to the area. An […]

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Alleged drunk driver posts bail again

@TheSunGazette visalia – The Exeter woman accused of killing a child and her grandmother while allegedly driving drunk was released from custody a second time last week. Cheyenne Wyllie, 25, of Exeter was released from the Adult PreTrial Facility at 2:30 p.m. on April 22 after posting bail of about $60,000. Wyllie’s bail was set […]

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Woodlake revenues continue to climb

@TheSunGazette woodlake – Since 2012, the City of Woodlake’s revenues have outpaced its expenditures and the trend should continue in the coming fiscal year. It was a proud statement made at the April 11 Woodlake City Council meeting by City Administrator Ramon Lara, whose hire coincides with the city’s financial growth. Lara told the council […]

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