3 Visalia plants violate Clean Water Act

Three Visalia manufacturers will be heavily monitored by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency after Clean Water Act violations. Last week, the EPA announced a series of enforcement actions [...]


For week ending September 5, 2015 Small grains and other field crops: Corn continues to be cut for silage. Sorghum silage is being harvested throughout the county. Grain sorghum/milo is [...]

TCFB turns out for storage

While everyone else waits for the rain to fall, the TCFB was doing their best to make their voices heard on the water there is already. The TCFB was in attendance at the latest CA Water [...]

Exeter loses ‘True Value’

Andrew and Cindy Dorais came to Exeter in the hopes of finding a place where they could be near their family, build themselves a home and own a business together. While visiting Andrew’s parents [...]

Exeter businesses take to the streets

The last time Pine Street Relics held a Sidewalk Sale in downtown Exeter, Stacey O’Brien wasn’t even a vendor for the antique store. This Saturday, she’s not only the owner of the store where [...]

TRMC upgraded to stable

Tulare Local Health Care District (TLHD) took another step in its continuing financial turnaround when it received an upgrade last week by the national financial rating institution. On Aug. 27, [...]

Tulare Co. Crop Report

For week ending August 22, 2015 Small grains and other field crops: Corn continues to be cut for silage. Sorghum silage is making good progress, with some fields being harvested. Grain sorghum is [...]

Pooling resources during the drought

Community Services Employment Training (CSET) is holding an open house to introduce its Drought Resource Center to the community. The open house is Thursday, Aug. 27 from 5-7 p.m. at the Drought [...]

El Patio reopens after 11 years

It has been 11 years since El Patio served its authentic Mexican food in Lindsay, but judging by the daily crowds and online presence, you would have thought it had never closed. The Lindsay [...]