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Another valley town on the brink of going dry

 •  by Jesse Vad, SJV Water reporting intern
Tooleville is a tiny farming town east of Exeter in rural Tulare County.

The small, rural community of Tooleville is on the brink of going dry after one of its two wells went down Friday morning. It’s the second community in Tulare County to suffer water problems in the last two months as California struggles through the grip of a devastating drought.

The only well in the town of Teviston, also in rural Tulare County, broke down June 9 leaving residents there dry until the pump was fixed July 16.

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Jesse Vad, SJV Water reporting intern
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