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Tulare police ID suspect
Tulare Police have identified the suspected bank robber Tulare County Sheriff deputies shot yesterday as Nolen Burchett, 33, of Visalia.
Tue Jun 18, 2013
Lindsay refund will pay for skate park relocation
A $1,325,000 windfall will allow Lindsay to move its skate park out of McDermont Field House and outside, where more young people will have access.
Summer projects abound at Tulare County schools
While students are enjoying a break from classes during their summer vacation, local districts are hard at work beginning construction on projects and making renovations to campuses.
Tulare County residents share their thoughts on COS
The Visalia Times-Delta and the Tulare Advance-Register reached out to some members of the community and asked how College of the Sequoias touched their lives.
Central Valley fires make Tulare County air unsafe
The San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District has issued a health warning as two wildfires in the Sierra Nevada are sending smoke emissions to the air basin.
Psyllid scare has been handled very well
Local, state and national ag officials, growers and even residents are to be commended on not only how they handled the Asian citrus psyllid finds, but for working together to keep the restrictions to the shortage time possible.
Mon Jun 17, 2013
The Fresno Bee
Tulare County deputies shoot suspected bank robber in Visalia
A robbery suspect who was being chased by two Tulare County sheriff's deputies crashed a jeep in south Visalia and then was shot Monday as he got out of the vehicle, Visalia police said.
Visalia man sentenced for child molestation
The Tulare County District Attorney's Office reports that George Lopez was found guilty by a jury in January of one count of child molestation and two counts of forcible child molestation.
Retail on the rise in Porterville
Editor's note: Some say it is just time, others said it's just Porterville's time and that the new courthouse under construction is helping the economy to rebound.
Suspicious vehicle leads to chop shop discovery
Two Porterville residents are in jail on multiple charges after a chop shop for disassembling stolen vehicles was located in an unoccupied home.
Bomb squad called for suspicious package in Visalia
Police responded to the call at about 2 p.m. and opted to bring in the bomb squad to assist.
Proposal could send cash to Tulare County schools
A proposal on its way to the governor may bring more money to local classrooms next year.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
The Daily Republic
County tackles commercial solar farm issue
Agriculture is a $300 million-a-year business in rural Solano County and the prospect of having rows of crops replaced with energy-generating solar panels is causing concern in some quarters.
Marijuana cards to see huge fee increase
Fewer county residents are likely to seek medical marijuana identification cards after March 1 when the cost jumps from $100 to $344.
Sat Jun 15, 2013
The Fresno Bee
'The boss' LaRayne Cleek logs 40 years at Visalia courthouse
LaRayne Cleek has worked at the Tulare County Superior courthouse for 40 years. She started her career as "extra help" in the jury division.
Tule River Justice Center work begins
Officials with the Tule River Indian Tribe, the city of Porterville and other dignitaries gathered Friday to break ground on the more than $16 million Tule River Justice Center.
COS creates a more educated San Joaquin Valley workforce
College of the Sequoias graduated around 1,060 students this year, many of them trained for occupations that could place them in jobs in your city, even in your neighborhood.
Tulare County preserves offer great places to explore nature
Chances are you've driven by the 322-acre valley oak riparian woodland just east of Visalia.
Valley news briefs: Corcoran woman gets prison in theft
A 53-year-old Corcoran woman was sentenced to six years and eight months in state prison Tuesday after she was convicted of embezzling $1.2 million from a farm company, the Tulare County District Attorney's Office said.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
The Fresno Bee
Visalia man sentenced in child molest
A Visalia man was sentenced Friday to 15 years to life in prison for child molestation, the Tulare County District Attorney's Office said.