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 280: Giving props
Paul and Reggie sit down with Visalia Chamber of Commerce President Gail Zurek as she describes the chamber’s reasons behind…
PT 279: “Everyone should be a small business owner for no less than a year”
Paul and Reggie talk about shifts in voter registration from 2016 to now and how a consumer driven economy drives…
PT 278: “Youth in crises”
Paul talks with Tulare County Health and Human Services Agency director Tim Lutz about the increase in youth hospitalizations for…
PT 277: “He should not be taking out your trash and taking your sh*t”
Paul and Reggie talk about fraudulent ballot boxes popping up in the area; the impact that Chris Harrell arrest for…
PT 276: “Set it and forget it…no way!”
Paul and Reggie talk about the declining likelihood of residents to be victimized by undocumented immigrants; Lindsay Unified is raking…
Pt 275: “This was a nuclear bomb in their family”
Paul and Reggie invite Tulare County DA Tim Ward and assistant DA David Alavezos to discuss their accounts of the…
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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. ;-)