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Congressional Candidate Questionnaire 22nd District: Devin Nunes

The race for the 22nd California Congressional district is far from a toss-up as Suzanne Aguilera-Marrero challenges incumbent Devin Nunes. Nunes has faced challengers before and Aguilera-Marrero may just be another opponent. Both feel as if they have a strong pulse on the needs of the district from what effects their lives at home to [...]

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Cardinals rattle Tigers to shake up ESL standings

The 2-6 (2-1) Lindsay Cardinals entered Friday night’s game against the first place 4-4 (2-1) Woodlake Tigers with the hope of upsetting the Tigers to turn the East Sequoia League into a four team race for the league title. With Sierra Pacific, the leagues last undefeated league team falling to Granite Hills on Thursday night [...]

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Aztecs prove they belong in D5 race

Friday night’s matchup was ill suited for the faint of heart as the lead changed hands more times than you could count. The Farmersville Aztecs let up 42 points to the Immanuel offense, including a 95 yard catch and run to put them in a four point hole late in the game. Farmersville made the [...]

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Svenhards: ‘Exeter is our future’

Exeter’s Svenhards plant will be light by 18 employees for the coming months, but rumors to abort the move to Exeter could not be any more erroneous. Exactly the opposite is true as Svenhards is laying off staff in order to maximize efficiency and accelerate its effort to move operations to Exeter full time. Chief [...]

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Woodlake honors soldier with dual dedication

It’s been eight years since Manuel Joaquin Holguin was killed in action in Iraq, long enough for some to forget about one of Woodlake’s most courageous heroes and too long to wait to honor the sacrifice he made for his country and community. But after Nov. 1, Woodlake won’t have any trouble remembering the man [...]

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County committed to continuing Task Force relief efforts

The Tulare County Board of Supervisors heard a presentation by the Office of Emergency Services (OES) during their regularly scheduled meeting on Tuesday Oct. 21. The presentation was oriented around the measures taken by the County to relieve drought affected areas. With water tables beginning to run dry and communities reliant upon surface water like [...]

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State casts wider net to catch citrus pest

California is expanding its line of defense in the battle to keep a citrus pest from devastating one of the Valley’s top crops. On Oct. 21 the California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) announced it was expanding the quarantine zone for Asian citrus psyllid in Kern County. The decision to expand the zone to [...]

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State grant helps fill water void in Lindsay

Lindsay can’t solve all of its water issues. Drought, geology, geography, chemical contamination and poverty all prevent the City from coming up with a quick fix for a complex issue. But earlier this month, the City did take a small step, if only temporary, toward providing quality drinking water to its consumers. At the Oct. [...]

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Flu shots prevent deadly disease

Long before there was Ebola, there was Influenza. Despite the international headlines of the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, the disease has only killed about 5,000 people in 2014. By comparison, the Centers for Disease Control estimates that upwards of 49,000 people may die from the seasonal flu in any given year with another 200,000 [...]

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