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Rocky Hill Speedway Race Results for May 2, 2015

Mini Stocks Jared Plumlee (1) Andy Boydstun            (6) Roy Atchinson (24) Bob Ellis (19) Zack Westlake (27) Jason Cook (44) Shawn Schwartzenberger (15) Clifton Massey (7) Justin Moore (S15) ClintonMassey (777) Trisha Mezyk (49) Super 4’s Chuck Nevels (4) Roy Atchinson (24) William Hughes (C4) Russell Silvas (51) Larry Ramirez (32) Adell Shelton (95) […]

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Water woes and water flows in Woodlake

As if to be squeezed, twisted, and shaken, some feel as if their right to water has been wrung dry. For the Central Valley, there is no one left unharmed by the drought. That is exactly the sentiment of Jeff Johnson, a concerned resident among a community facing affliction in a time when water might […]

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TCAG brings ‘One Voice’ to D.C.

At a time where water is on the minds of every local government, a few members switched gears for a week to talk about another important topic, transportation. Just as the flow of water is imperative to life, the steady flow of transportation is imperative to Tulare County’s economic vitality. But most crucial to the […]

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Drought drowns Farmersville in hunger

One in four families in Farmersville lived below the poverty level before the drought hit. And now in its fourth year, the drought has left the city’s people parched for work and feeling the hunger pangs from agriculture’s starving crops. As the water supply withers, work and food fade out of reach for those gleaning […]

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National Park trail temporarily closed

Forest officials have closed the trail loop around the President George Bush Tree east of Springville on the Western Divide Ranger District in Giant Sequoia National Monument, Sequoia National Forest.  Numerous dead and dying trees have been discovered along the edge of the trail. To protect visitors from falling trees, the Forest has closed the […]

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Victims in fatal highway crashes identified

The identities of two local men killed April 20 in two early morning crashes have been released to the public. The Tulare County Coroner’s Office has identified the victim of the crash on Highway 65 in Lindsay as Alejandro Ibarra, 25, of Lindsay. Ibarra was driving his pick-up truck southbound on the highway near Fresno […]

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Council revises agenda language

For the last three years the City of Lindsay has been debating language on its city council agenda. Each year the discussion receives face time at a number of meetings before quietly fading into the background. The topic was brought up yet again at the Feb. 24 meeting and discussed by council and staff at […]

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Farmersville man convicted of murder

A Farmersville man was convicted of murder last week for killing a man in 2013. On April 23, Jose Antonio Alcazar Flores, 39, of Farmersville was found guilty by a Tulare County jury of premeditated first degree murder with a special enhancement of personal use of a firearm for the murder of 21-year-old Edwin Jaimes, […]

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Health Fair turns 16 in Woodlake

For its 16th year, Family HealthCare Network will hold its Woodlake Health & Safety Fair on Friday, May 1. Presented in partnership with the Tulare County Gang Prevention Task Force’s Step Up program, community members are invited to join Family HealthCare Network for the free event, which will take place from 5-9 p.m. at Miller Brown Park […]

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Crime Lines

Lindsay Police Log Tuesday, April 8 At 5:16 p.m. officers responded to the 100 block of W. Monte Vista regarding a report of an unwanted subject at the residence. Upon arrival, contacted was Julia Cregor who advised that her neighbor arrived at her residence and began to cause a disturbance. Officers later contacted Joshua Gonzalez […]

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