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Willie Croft Wins It All In Tulare

The script has always been one in which a dramatic climb forwards from the back of the pack results in a driver becoming Trophy Cup champion, usually starting from the last 2 or 3 rows. Saturday night Willie Croft wrote his own script when the outside 3rd row starter not only won the 50 lap [...]

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Supervisors hold off on strip club appeal

Lindsay’s local exotic dance bar Saints and Sinners located at 807 S. Mirage has been closed since January as Tulare County denied them the requisite Adult Oriented Business license required to keep their doors open. Owner Marilu Lopez appealed the County’s initial denial earlier this year resulting in a public hearing on Tuesday, Oct. 7 [...]

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County responds to child sex slave trade

Slavery is often seen as a thing of the past, a stain on the fabric of history. But modern day slavery is real and more prevalent than many people think. Across the United States and even in Tulare County children are being bought, sold, and smuggled for both labor and sexual exploitation. It’s been reported [...]

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Teen arrested in local shooting

A Strathmore teen was arrested last week in connection with the killing of a Strathmore woman last month. The 14-year-old male juvenile, whose name is being withheld because he is a minor, was arrested on Oct. 8 in the 19700 block of Guthrie Drive in Strathmore. Deputies and detectives from the Tulare County Sheriff’s Department’s [...]

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Woodlake center pairs PTSD veterans with best friends

More than 5 million American adults suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), many of them military veterans. Since the Vietnam War, PTSD has become a sad reality for 15% of veterans who have served in combat overseas. More than three-fourths of men and women returning from combat will experience PTSD for a short period of [...]

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Aztecs blank Cardinals in East Sierra League opener

Sam Metcalf did it again as the 5-1 (1-0) Farmersville Aztecs opened up East Sierra League play against the 2-4 (0-1) Orosi Cardinals. Metcalf finished the night going 26-40 for 429 yards including four touchdowns three through the air and one on the ground. But it was the Aztecs defense that really stepped up stopping [...]

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Woodlake is up and running in league

The Woodlake Tigers traveled down the road to face off against the Strathmore Spartans on Friday, Oct. 10, to open up East Sequoia League (ESL) play. Coming off back to back wins the Tigers were rolling into Spartan stadium with a full head of steam, and went on to run right through the Spartans and [...]

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Monarchs have last minute heartbreak

In the Central Sequoia League there is no such thing as an easy game or a guaranteed victory. Case in point came Friday night as the Exeter Monarchs fell to the Selma Bears 19-6 to open up CSL play. The Bears would open up the scoring in the first quarter on a 37 yard touchdown [...]

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A night of firsts for Cardinals and Golden Bears

It was a night of firsts for both the Lindsay Cardinals and the Sierra Pacific Golden Bears on Thursday night as both teams opened up East Sequoia League play in Hanford. The Lindsay Cardinals were looking to keep their 10-game leageu winning streak alive and the Golden Bears were looking for their first league victory [...]

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State transportation experts merge in Visalia

Nearly 175 transportation experts met in Visalia earlier this month to discuss the latest and greatest ideas in the field of transportation and planning. The Tulare County Association of Governments hosted its 10th annual Fall Policy Conference Oct. 1-3 at the Visalia Convention Center where public officials, transportation experts, planners, engineers, consultants and students all [...]

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