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About: tulare, california

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
Reps. Devin Nunes and Adam Schiff couldn't be less alike - just...

House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes and ranking member Rep. Adam Schiff speak about the committee's investigation into Russian interference in the U.S. election. House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes and ranking member Rep. Adam Schiff speak about the committee's investigation into Russian interference in the U.S. election.

No charges filed against teacher accused of molesting student

Charges were not filed against a Tulare teacher arrested last week for the alleged sexual abuse of a student while at school. He was let out of jail.

Photo Illustration by Elizabeth Brockway/The Daily BeastThe Dairy...

Nothing in House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes ' background indicates an natural interest in espionage -and his three degrees in agriculture and agricultural business suggest a very different passion. But after eight terms in Congress , the low-key congressman has risen to become the head of one of Congress' most secretive panels.

Education Buzz for Sunday, March 19

New York Times foreign affairs columnist and best-selling author Thomas L. Friedman will give a free lecture at the Save Mart Center on April 19. Friedman has covered stories for the New York Times since 1981 and is known for his direct reporting and analysis of issues in the world. He is the winner of three Pulitzer Prizes and was called "the country's best newspaper columnist" by Vanity Fair.

Sequoia-Kings parks group hires a leader who loves small communities

Sequoia Parks Conservancy in Three Rivers and Ash Mountain has hired Karen Dallett, who shares a love for small towns, big trees and the American West, as its new executive director. It operates the bookstore at the park's Ash Mountain headquarters and stores at other locations, conducts Crystal Cave tours, helps fund educational programs such as Ranger in the Classroom, repairs trails, restores meadows, arranges fun outdoor activities such as hikes and snowshoeing, and manages projects benefiting the parks.

Tulare High teacher arrested on suspicion of having sex with a student at the school

A teacher at Tulare Union High School has been arrested for having sex with a student on campus, police said Thursday. The case started Wednesday afternoon when Tulare police received a call from the Tulare Joint Union High School District office about a possible molestation case involving a teacher reportedly having inappropriate relations with a student.

Vacuum caters to demand for clean food without chemicals

The Ortomec Cleaner 2 employs a high powered vacuum to suck insects, worms and dead plant material from fresh produce just before it's harvested. We abhor bugs, worms, dead leaves and other "stuff" on the fruit and vegetables we consume, but we're equally opposed to chemical hygiene.

Bicyclist killed in Tulare collision identified by police

Police say Terronez died after a collision about 11:30 p.m. at the intersection of North Blackstone and East Prosperity avenues. The collision occurred as Terronez was riding his bicycle west on Prosperity in an eastbound lane.

Bandgeek!: the definitive area concert list for March 16-22

Flier for the thre-day Latin music PubeloFest, which kicks of Friday, March 17 at the International Agri-Center in Tulare. If you are not trying out the new seats at Regal's Manchester theater , you might want to take in one of the dozens of music events happening this week.

San Joaquin Valley Homes plans to open three new communities this year

San Joaquin Valley Homes plans to open at least three new communities this year after ending 2016 on a strong note with a 25 percent increase in the number of houses closed compared to the year before. Founded in 2013 by Joe Leal, Randy Merrill and Jim Robinson, SJV Homes is shooting to build its 1,000th house by the end of this year.

Meet the goats of Basilwood Farm

KoJa Kitchen co-owner Tom Lai and project manager Tommy Nguyen describe the vision of their Korean and Japanese fusion restaurant. The franchise is rapidly expanding and getting lots of attention in Fresno.

Tulare sheriffa s department looking for three suspects in assault near Dinuba

The Tulare County Sheriff's Department is looking for at least three suspects who assaulted a man Saturday around 3 a.m. The victim, identified by sheriff's deputies as Antonio Garcia, said two men and a woman approached his car as he was parked on the shoulder of a road in the 43200 block of Road 96, east of Dinuba. Garcia told deputies that the suspects brandished a weapon at him and demanded money.

Peach Blossom Festival blooms with excited students giving live performances

Elementary school students from up and down the Valley gain confidence with their public speaking skills while also seeing a college campus up close. Madison Elementary first-grade students of Sanger, from left, Madison Maurer, Ismael Lopez, Gosing Vang, Drake Fields, Brittany Bautista, Alexander Castaneda and Brea Poindexter perform their oral presentation on stage at Fresno State's John Wright Theater on the first day of the annual Peach Blossom Festival at Fresno State on Thursday, March 9, 2017.

5 Things to Know about a In the Heightsa at College of the Sequoias

Visalia's College of the Sequoias on Friday opens "Hamilton" creator Lin-Manuel Miranda's first Broadway musical: "In the Heights," a lively look at Dominican-American life in New York City. We asked director Chris Mangels to sit down with us and offer Five Things to Know about the production.

Compassionate kids in rural Tulare raise $143,000 for Valley Childrena s Hospital

Sundale Elementary School kindergarteners Jax Robertson, left, Ava Hernandez, center, and Aydrian Dankins-Hatfield, right, cheer during a rally for Kids Day. Molly Marquez, manager of annual development for the Foundation Department at Valley Children's Hospital, speaks to kids during a rally for Kids Day at Sundale Elementary School in February.

Snowpack continues to strengthen during one of Californiaa s wettest winters

The Sierra Nevada snowpack continues to build during one of the wettest winters in California's recorded history, officials with the Department of Water Resources announced Wednesday. The manual snow survey by the DWR, taken Wednesday at Phillips Station in the Sierra Nevada, found a snow water equivalent of 43.4 inches.

What's the secret to the pork belly craze in Clovis?

The Gastro Grill executive chef Reyes Chacon shares his slow braise method for pork belly which is super popular at his new restaurant in Old Town Clovis. Nicole Serna, assistant store manager at the Kohl's on West Shaw Avenue, talks about the preparation for the big Black Friday sale as store employees keep busy stocking shelves.

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