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More than 100 young exhibitors gathered over the weekend at the Porterville Fairgrounds for the 33rd  show in 34 years of the Sierra Winter Classic – a three-day steer and heifer show put on by the Porterville Junior Fair Board. The show didn’t run in 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic

Dr. Bindusagar Reddy has been selected as the chairman of the Sierra View Health Care District Board which oversees Sierra View Medical Center, the hospital announced on Friday.

Call it the Prom Under The Pyramid or trule a Stars in the Hills event, but the Stars in the Hills event is returning and this year those attending will have a chance to dance under the stars.

Tulare County Animal Services is teaming up with Best Friends Animal Society to offer an adoption special for large dogs currently awaiting at the county animal shelter to be placed in a home.

 Despite the COVID pandemic, Sierra View Medical Center has continued to welcome the community's newborn children. One by one, every Sierra View baby born in one of the toughest times the world has ever seen has arrived, bringing joy to the hospital and community.

For the past three years, high school Pathway students have been serving as interns through the Climate Action Pathways for Schools, CAPS, in an effort to make the Porterville area greener and cleaner.

It's the best of both worlds. That's what Colonel Fred Dohnke said about his position as the new commandant for the Porterville Military Academy, a Porterville Unified School District Pathway Academy, and one of only 14 such programs in the state.

David Valadao could be Porterville's next Congressman, but he's entering what should be a crowded field and still facing an uphill battle.

orterville College announced on Wednesday it will begin the spring semester next week online. The college announced for at least the first two weeks of the spring semester, which begins Tuesday, all on-campus lecture classes will switch to an online format.

What began as a small event has grown into a major tradition that begins the beef showing season, so to speak. And it's back.

The Lindsay City Council will consider how the city should use its federal American Rescue Plan funds and will also look at moving ahead on an ordinance, allowing food trucks to operate in the city.

The COVID case rate continues to rise in Tulare County and while there's also a gradual increase in the number of hospitalizations in the county, it hasn't been as high as the overall case rate.

Tulare County has consistently ranked behind the rest of the county and nation when it comes to COVID vaccination rates.That pattern has continued when it comes to the fully vaccinated who have received their third booster shot. Tulare County ranks among the lowest in the state when it comes…

A man who had an active felony no-bail warrant was arrested after a hit and run collision, Porterville Police stated.

Porterville’s young, Future Farmers of America know what they are doing. And on Saturday, they proved to the judges, their teachers and their peers when they gathered for the Fifth Annual Don Laux Memorial FFA Citrus Judging Contest held at the Porterville Fairgrounds.

Porterville Unified School District students were offered an opportunity for a free drive-up, rapid COVID19 two-day pop-up testing event on Friday. The event continues from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. today at 900 W. Pioneer Avenue. The tests aren't mandatory for students but do serve as a tool for PUS…

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A suspect in a fatal stabbing that happened early Thursday morning has been arrested.

The Tulare County District Attorney's Bureau of Investigations announced the arrest of seven people for welfare fraud on Friday.

The victim in Thursday morning’s deadly stabbing in Porterville has been identified as 52-year-old Harden Gregorio  Zagala of Porterville.

There's the definite possibility the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act could have a negative impact on farmers' property values.

Tulare County Sheriff's Office Detectives are asking for the public’s Help to Track Down a Person of Interest in a fatal stabbing that happened early Thursday morning in Porterville.

While Groundhog Day isn't until February 2, Bill Murray could likely star in a COVID version sequel of the classic movie because here we go again.

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On January 5, 2022 at approximately 6:08 p.m., Porterville Police Officers were dispatched to the area of Jaye Street and Tule River regarding a possible stabbing. Upon arrival in the area, Officers located a 25 year-old victim who had sustained apparent stab wounds. Medical aid was rendered…

In an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19, Tulare County Public Health and the Tulare County Fire Department are teaming up to provide at-home COVID test kits for children returning to school from winter break.

Darin Garrett, owner of Jake's Roofing of Porterville, stopped by the Central California Family Crisis Center on Main Street on Tuesday to present a $3,000 donation to the organization.

Each January for the last several years, owners Gary Adest and Barbara Brydolf have invited the public to begin the year with a beautiful experience at River Ridge.

The Miracle League, a Visalia-based baseball league for those with developmental disabilities, will return in March after a two-year hiatus due to COVID.

A dead body was found in an orchard in Terra Bella, the Tulare County Sheriff's Department reported on Tuesday.

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A jurisdictional hearing conference in which motions are scheduled to be entered and a jurisdictional hearing have been scheduled in the case of two teenage boys accused of starting the fire that destroyed the Porterville Public Library on February 18, 2020.