Tulare releases independent Nunley investigation through records request

The Tulare City Council has rejected Councilman Greg Nunley’s demand for a public apology and a $16.5 million compensation package for alleged damage to his reputation and income; and, meanwhile, an independent investigation of Nunley’s treatment of city employees has been released, finding the councilman threatened to have city hall staff members fired. According to […]

Tulare spending big on community development

With the help of a big windfall, Tulare will be handing out nearly $1.3 million to help fund a long list of community projects in 2019 and into 2020. While the city makes annual allocations to various projects–mainly to low-income housing efforts–thanks to the payoff of an economic development loan to the tune of $590,000, […]

Nunley Demands $16.5M, Apology from City Hall

Tulare City Councilman Greg Nunley is demanding a public apology and a payment of $16.5 million from Tulare City Hall for what he claims is an organized effort to harm his construction and real estate development business. Nunley’s claims–including accusations of libel, slander and defamation, as well as fabrication of documents and unfair oversight of […]

Valley Travel Plaza breaks ground in Goshen

A seven-acre plot of land at Betty Drive east of Highway 99 in Goshen will soon become a major source of tax income for Tulare County, as developers rush to capitalize on the newly completed freeway interchange. “We’re breaking ground for a new development here in the county,” said Lucky Thandi, president of Valley Fuel […]

Tulare growth signals strong economy

2018 was a strong growth year for Tulare, and all indicators signal more of the same to come in 2019, with upticks in the housing, retail and commercial sectors pointing toward good economic times ahead. Slow and Steady Things are going so well, in fact, the city may soon have to widen its boundaries, adding […]