Paul Myers, editor of the Sun-Gazette newspaper which covers Tulare County, and Reggie Ellis, publisher of the Sun-Gazette host the Paper Trail Podcast. Together they give a rundown of Tulare County news and bring on local guests to explore interesting aspects of Tulare County and Central Valley.
PT 397: “This is the greatest part about the Great Resignation”
Paul and Reggie talk about the long (very long) letter that all 8 board of supervisor chairs from the Valley…
PT 396: Monday Special – “It felt like the dam was going to break…then it didn’t”
Paul rehashes some of Tootle’s Facebook posts from Jan. 6, 2021 to see if he still agrees with them a…
PT 395: “Mandates are way more mild than they used to be”
Paul and Reggie cover the top three things that defined Tulare County in 2021. They review what happened in homelessness…
PT 394: Monday Special – “Don’t make a moo point”
Paul and Tootle get together for the last Monday Special episode of 2021 and discuss how the attempted insurrection of…
PT 393: “The ship has sailed on parades”
Paul and Reggie talk about the frustrations Visalia residents have felt about the long delay in the city’s redistricting process…
PT 392: Monday Special – “We should avoid back-alley anything”
Paul and Tootle are back with their Monday Special after a few week hiatus after Thanksgiving. They go over the…
Please check out the 12-26-75 podcast. All of the research into the Exeter and Visalia murder(s) has been done and I’m sure they’d gladly share the exhaustive search that they’ve done.
Good Tulare County bash-fest
Unfortunately, even though these guys run a paper covering Tulare County, they rarely miss a chance in an episode to bash the county. I had high hopes of getting local news coverage in a podcast format, and mostly you will get that, but not without snide remarks about the local demographics. More news fellas. Less opinion.
Thrilled to have a local podcast
I have beeen a podcast junkie for a long time and have now found a local one and the guys do a good job. They mix fun with interviews and I have really learned a lot even though I thought I knew it all. ;-)