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Lindsay man shot in face and back

By C.J. Barbre LINDSAY-At about 12:31 a.m. Wednesday, April 14, David Perez, 18, of Lindsay was shot once in the face, and again in the back. He was found in the 500 block of North Homassel Avenue by a neighbor who called 9-1-1. Tulare County Sheriff's Office dispatch notified Lindsay Department of Public Safety of […]

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County to upgrade mental health services with Prop. 63 funds

By C.J. Barbre The county has designed an expanded mental health care program for children and adults, funded by $221,415 from Proposition 63 revenues – to start. Prop. 63, known as the Mental Health Services Act (MHSA) which passed last November, imposes a tax on personal income exceeding $1 million annually. The measure provides services […]

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Board of Supervisors supports bio-technology

By C.J. Barbre Without a single voice of opposition, Tulare County endorsed the use of bio-technology in agriculture, as was proposed by the Agricultural Commissioner's Office at the April 5 Board of Supervisors meeting. Assistant Ag Commissioner Bill Appleby walked the supervisors through the pros and cons as outlined by his office. Biotechnology has been […]

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County hires Fire Service Consultant

By C.J. Barbre The price of fire protection has become prohibitive, causing the county to seek ways to cut costs without cutting services. It was decided at the Jan. 25 Tulare County Board of Supervisors meeting to hire a Fire Services Specialist to help the county bring this about. Once the news was published in […]

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‘Mine will cut water arteries at jugular’

By Reggie Ellis The Tulare County Board of Supervisors heard arguments from Valley Citizens for Water as to why Kaweah River Rock’s permit to mine between the Kaweah and St. Johns rivers would damage the local aquifer. The meeting was held after press time, but Del Strange, spokesperson for Valley Citizens for Water, talked about […]

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YOKUT WOMAN PREPARING FOOD

By C.J. Barbre THREE RIVERS-Dr. Saundra Sturdevant has managed to carve out a career documenting the beauty, dignity, even heroism of women who work the fields around the world to help feed their families. She is presently working on the Migrant Photography Project, documenting the lives of women who come from Mexico to work in […]

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