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Lindsay food bank may become homeless

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN lindsay – The organization dedicated to helping Lindsay’s homeless may become homeless itself. On April 10, the Lindsay Strathmore Coordinating Council (LSCC) was notified that the building the non-profit has been renting for the past four decades had been sold and that LSCC would need to vacate the building by June […]

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County’s drought aid set to end this June

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN visalia – The drought may be over for most of California, but its effects are still being felt throughout Tulare County. And Governor Jerry Brown’s executive order of April 7 didn’t help. The order terminated the State of Emergency for all counties except Fresno, Kings, Tulare and Tolumne, and slates California […]

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Deputies discover victim in Ivanhoe

@TheSunGazette ivanhoe – The Tulare County Sheriff’s Department is investigating the death of Jesus Carillo, 19, whose body was found with a gunshot wound on the side of the road. Deputies patrolling the area discovered the body at about 4:14 p.m. on April 22 near the intersection of Road 159 and Avenue 330 in Ivanhoe. […]

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Exeter discusses surcharge for adult basketball

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN exeter – The City of Exeter’s city manager Randy Groom and community development director Felix Ortiz met with the Exeter Unified School District’s (EUSD) superintendent Tim Hire and trustee Ray Strable to discuss the impact of the District’s facility fees on adult basketball. Last month Ortiz said the District would start […]

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Woodlake gets a face lift with new sign

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN woodlake – The landmark sign of Woodlake out at the corner of Highway 245 and Highway 198, or to locals known as Spruce and 198, has been taken down. For years, the sign served as a landmark for anyone trying to find their way to Woodlake, or anywhere else along 198. […]

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F’ville prepares to raise water rates

By Crystal Havner Special to the Sun-Gazette farmersville – Farmersville residents are likely going to see a jump in their water rates later this year. The Farmersville City Council broached to topic at their, council meeting last week. The City Council heard from Tom McCurdy of Quad Knopf, the City’s contracted engineering firm, about a […]

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Exeter Paramedics: Union ‘threatening’ us with our jobs

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN exeter – Embattled employees of Exeter District Ambulance have watched their district manager get placed on administrative leave, board members suggest they stole from the public ambulance company, and past managers accuse them of being negligent on the job. And now, the one group they pay to stand up for them […]

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Suspect kills self after surrounded by police

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN strathmore – The man wanted for killing a woman and dumping her body in Strathmore shot himself after he was surrounded by police in Porterville. On April 12, the Tulare County Sheriff’s Office Violent Crimes Unit identified 47-year-old Jesus Ruiz of Porterville as the person responsible for the murder of a […]

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Woman’s body found in Strathmore orchard

@TheSunGazette strathmore – The body of a middle aged woman was found in an orchard last week but police don’t have enough information to identify her. The woman’s body, only identified as being between 30-45 years old, was found just before 5 p.m. on April 7 in an orchard in the 18800 block of Road […]

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Farmersville ready for water meters, turf

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN farmersville – The drought may be over, but there are still plenty of ways cities and residents can save on water. One way Farmersville is being water wise is putting their residents on meters and replacing their grass with turf. As a part of a water saving grant, the City of […]

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