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The 2020-21 water year has concluded with one of the driest years on record, according to the Kings River Water Association (KRWA).

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State Assembly Minority Whip Devon Mathis (R-Porterville) is praising the signing of a new bill that he believes will be an asset to helping dairy farmers in the Central Valley and the rest of California. 

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Firefighters and land management officials continue to battle the KNP Complex Fire in Tulare County, while evacuated residents continue to hold their breath in the hopes that their homes will be saved. 

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Tourist information center Visit Visalia has become the first destination marketing organization in California to be recognized as a Certified Autism Center by the International Board of Credentialing and Continuing Education Standards (IBCCES).

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The linemen handle both offense and defense for the team, and they’ve formed a close bond, both on and off the field. It’s something that comes both naturally to them after countless hours together, but also through the lessons of Perry and their offensive line and special teams coach, Marty DeMasters. The two played together at Mt. Whitney when they were in high school, and some 40 years later, they’re passing on their knowledge.

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Following a difficult year that included a pandemic and social unrest, the College of the Sequoias Police Academy is seeing a growing interest in police work and more prolific recruitment.

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The body of a man found on the Tule River Reservation has been positively identified as a man who went missing a week before he was discovered, according to the Tulare County Sheriff's Office.