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Tulare is located in central California. The city is named after the Tulare Lake, which was once the largest freshwater lake west of the Great lakes. However Tulare Lake is currently drained. A point of interest in Tulare is the Tulare Water Tower which resembles a glass of milk. It even features a striped red straw rising from the top of the structure. The tower honors the community's position as one of the leading dairy producers in the state of California.

Population: 43994
Local Newspapers: Hanford Sentinel Porterville Recorder Selma Enterprise
Local Sports Teams: Tulare Miners
Local Colleges:

Zip Codes associated with tulare, california: 93274
Towns/Cities near tulare, california : Corcoran Tipton Porterville Strathmore Lindsay Exeter Farmersville

Tulare News
Rep. Devin Nunes draws a challenger: A Fresno deputy district attorney

This is Essential Politics, our daily look at California political and government news. Here's what we're watching right now: "I have a strong connection to the area.

Big water year leaves dearth of information

In this remarkable water year, which ended more than five years of severe drought in California, there are still plenty of noteworthy water questions to contemplate and act upon. Here's the central one: Three years after California passed what's often called a landmark groundwater regulation law, no one knows how much under-surface water remains accessible to wells and no one has a clue to how much replenishment the state's supplies actually got from last winter's massive storms.

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The National Park Services reports two fatalities have occurred in Sequoia National Park over the weekend, one on Mount Whitney and one in the Kaweah River. On Friday afternoon, a group of climbers descending the eastern slope of Mount Whitney crossed paths with a solo climber who was heading up the Mountaineer's Route.

Tulare Union High janitor arrested for alleged sexual battery on student

A Tulare Union High School janitor was arrested Friday on suspicion of sexual battery on a student who helped with janitorial work at the school. Tulare police arrested Guillermo Puga Correa, also known as William, after they were called to the school for reports of possible sexual battery.

Historical museum fundraiser set for May 6

Tulare Historical Museum will hold a reverse drawing fundraiser at 6 p.m. May 6 at Tulare Historical Museum, 444 W. Tulare Ave. in Tulare. Tickets cost $50 and will include hors d'oeuvres and wine.

Critics hold a town hall to talk issues with Rep. Devin Nunes, but he wasna t there

About 150 people showed up Wednesday to a town hall meeting here to send a message to Rep. Devin Nunes - even if the Tulare Republican decided to skip the meeting and call its organizers a bunch of "left-wing" activists. Organizers of "People's Town Hall for a Better Future" said they were "a group of constituents" who only wanted a civil discourse about local issues.

Police add new officer, three trainees

Cameron Hageman, a graduate of the College of the Sequoias Tulare-Kings Counties Basic Police Academy in January, will be on the streets of Stockton after completing a six-week probation program. Three trainees will be going to the San Joaquin Delta College Basic Police Academy beginning in May. The training there is expected to take six months, after which they will join the force.

Fresnoa s hallowed ground of history exposed, rekindling memory of first resident

With the demolition of the old Greyhound Bus depot to make way for High Speed Rail station project, a hallowed ground of sorts has been laid bare. It is the spot where James Faber, in April of 1872, put up a tent to make a primitive general store so he could sell goods to Central Pacific rail workers.

California Focus: Big water year leaves H2O information untapped

In this remarkable water year, which ended more than five years of severe drought in California, there are still plenty of noteworthy water questions to contemplate and act upon. Here's the central one: Three years after California passed what's often called a landmark groundwater regulation law, no one knows how much under-surface water remains accessible to wells and no one has a clue to how much replenishment the state's supplies actually got from last winter's massive storms.

Nunes wona t hold town hall? Opponents schedule one anyway

Fed-up opponents of Rep. Devin Nunes are tired of waiting for their congressman to hold a town hall meeting in his district, so they're holding one without him. Billed in a flyer as "People's Town Hall For a Better Future," the meeting will be 6 to 8 p.m. April 19 at the Ponderosa lecture hall of the College of the Sequoias in Visalia.

18-year-old Tulare man arrested on multiple charges including murder in suspected DUI

An 18-year-old Tulare man was arrested Sunday on multiple charges including murder and suspicion of felony DUI causing great bodily injury. Jace Daniel Freitas was also charged with felony evading of a police officer, felony hit and run, possession of alcohol in the vehicle and circular red, or red arrow, violation, Tulare police said.

California drought is over, says Gov. Jerry Brown

Gov. Jerry Brown declared an end to California's historic drought Friday, lifting emergency orders that had forced residents to stop running sprinklers as often and encouraged them to rip out thirsty lawns during the state's driest four-year period on record. The governor's order that keeps in place conservation measures came as a springtime storm bears down on the waterlogged state.

Drought over? Not in Fresno, Kings and Tulare, governor says

Gov. Jerry Brown talks to reporters at the end of a 2015 meeting on the drought, with agricultural, environmental and urban water agency leaders from across California at his Capitol office in Sacramento. At right is Brown's Executive Secretary Nancy McFadden.

Gov. Brown Lifts Californiaa s Emergency Drought Proclamation

Gov. Jerry Brown declared an end to California's historic drought Friday, lifting emergency orders that had forced residents to stop running sprinklers as often and encouraged them to rip out thirsty lawns during the state's driest four-year period on record. The drought strained native fish that migrate up rivers and forced farmers in the nation's leading agricultural state to rely heavily on groundwater, with some tearing out orchards.

Century 21 Jordan-Link & Co. sold to two employees

Founder Bill Jordan sold the 41-year-old real estate company to a pair of employees - Mike Allen and Michael Gutierrez. Allen, who was the company's managing broker, will now become president and broker.

10 Things You Didn't Know About Devin Nunes

He grew up raising cattle on a farm operated by his family, originally immigrants from Portugal, for three generations. 3. He won his first election, unseating a 18-year veteran of the College of the Sequoias board of trustees when he was a 23-year-old student.

Carmel springs $45,000 bill on Panetta Institute

Chris Jennings, center, senior health policy advisor for six Democratic presidential campaigns, speaks between Leon Panetta, left, former CIA director and former secretary of defense, and Bobby Jindal, former presidential candidate and former governor of Louisiana, before a Panetta Lecture Series session focused on The Affordable Care Act in Carmel, Calif., Monday, March 6, 2017. Carmel Police Chief Paul Tomasi said he sent a $45,000 bill to the Panetta Institute for security costs incurred from the Institute's Lecture Series.

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