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SCE: New tech will empower customers

If you’ve looked at your electricity bill this summer and compared them to years’ past, you know there is no hope that utility rates will be lower in the future. In fact, Southern California Edison informed local city councils this month that their residents’ rates would be going up following a decision earlier this year […]

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City Park nearly done

Lindsay City Park is getting closer to looking like a park again. City Manager Rich Wilkinson said the project was about 90% complete during a staff report at the Aug. 14 City Council meeting. Steel-framed arbors are being constructed, irrigation lines are being installed and the ground might be seeded for grass in the next […]

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Gathering Ground

After the City of Lindsay constructed its new Lindsay branch of the Tulare County Library, the focus of residents turned away from the building which had served as a community center for nearly 75 years. But that focus returned on Aug. 4 when volunteers of all ages gave the mission-style building its full attention. From […]

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Farmersville man guilty of murder

On Aug. 23, 2012, a Tulare County jury reached a guilty verdict in the case against Tony See, 17, of Farmersville. The trial was heard in front of the Honorable Judge Valeriano Saucedo. The defendant was convicted of one count of first degree murder with special circumstances of actively participating in a criminal street gang […]

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Rotary project provides clean water for town

Contaminated water in small communities in the Central Valley is a chronic problem, complicated by isolated locations, politics and cost. But thanks to the seed of an idea planted during a car ride, Rotary clubs in Tulare County have developed a plan to provide water to one community – and a grand plan to grow […]

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Crime Lines

Lindsay Police Log Thursday, Aug. 16 At 11:04 a.m. in the 800 block of N. Ash, officers responded in an attempt to contact a wanted subject. Officers found Jose Navarro hiding in the back bedroom. He was found to have one active felony and misdemeanor warrant for his arrest with a combined bail of $100,000. […]

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Bookings

These are arrests of residents living in the foothills area who were booked into the Tulare County Main Jail on the following dates: Aug. 16 – Jeffery A. Rhodes of Exeter was arrested in Tulare County on suspicion of felony theft and marijuana. Brian Martines of Farmersville was arrested in Tulare County on suspicion of […]

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Woodlake Police Chief announces his retirement

Woodlake Police Chief John Zapalac and the City of Woodlake have decided to part ways following a couple of controversial years. The City of Woodlake announced Zapalac’s retirement on Monday in a press release. “Chief Zapalac and the City of Woodlake have agreed that in order to facilitate the recruitment of a new Chief he […]

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Farmersville honors teen heroes

Local, county and state dignataries gathered at the Farmersville City Council meeting on Aug. 13 to honor five Farmersville teens who saved a 2-year-old from drowning in Deep Creek. Gilbert Hogan, 17, George Castillo, 13, Victor Vasquez Jr., 12, Robert Vasquez, 8, and Victor Vasquez Sr. were all honored for saving 2-year-old Alice Falk who […]

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