Porterville


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Porterville,

city (1990 pop. 29,563), Tulare co., S central Calif., on the Tule River; founded 1859 on the old Los Angeles–San Francisco stage route, inc. 1902. Olives, fruits, nuts, grain, sugar beets, nursery products, and cotton are grown, and cattle, hogs, and turkeys are raised. Manufactures include machinery and electrical equipment. Porterville is the headquarters for Sequoia National Forest.
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Suncrest Bank is headquartered in Visalia, CA, with approximately USD 320m in total assets at June 30th, 2016 and operates four branches located in Visalia, Porterville, Yuba City and Kingsburg.
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The plane was on its way from Porterville, California, a small city just west of Sequoia National Forest, when Jones said it diverted to Henderson "because of the bad weather." Jones said investigators on the scene "believe the aircraft lost power on its way down to the runway." Henderson Fire responded and located the plane, which was on a desert patch near St.
California's Tulare County supervisors followed the lead of the cities of Visalia and Porterville and withdrew from the Consolidated Waste Management Authority (CWMA).
RISN, founded in 2006, acquired two other dailies in the Southwest in 2013, with its purchase from Freedom Communications of California's Porterville Record and Arizona's Yuma Sun.