UPDATED: Tulare hospital board to meet Wednesday, consider property purchase offer

Tulare Regional Medical Center’s board of directors will consider a number of offers at its regular district board meeting on Wednesday, January 24, most geared toward moving the hospital to an eventual reopening. Additionally, one company has made an offer to purchase property the Tulare Local Healthcare District owns at 906 N. Cherry Street, which […]

Valadao Releases Statement, FAQs on Government Shutdown

On January 20, United States Congressman David G. Valadao (CA-21) released the following statement regarding the ongoing shutdown of the federal government. “There is no doubt this government shutdown was avoidable and unnecessary and it is incredibly unfortunate those in Washington are unable to put aside their differences to do what is best for our […]

Nunes losing local support?

Poll numbers for Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Tulare) are dropping quickly as constituents from both sides of the political aisle grow increasingly upset at the lack of access to their congressman. Close Race Early A survey of voters by the firm Public Policy Polling released Tuesday by the campaign to elect Democratic challenger Andrew Janz shows […]

Lindsay joins fight for charter city rights

The Lindsay City Council is joining a fight to protect the rights of California’s charter cities. At its final meeting of last year, Lindsay’s governing body voted 4-1 to pen a letter supporting the city of Arcadia’s fight against the California Voter Participation Rights Act (CVPRA). The new law, which went into effect at the […]