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Students, teachers, parents say board made mistake ousting Dr. Todd Oto

Students, teachers, parents say board made mistake ousting Dr. Todd Oto

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – Dr. Todd Oto will finish out his 32-year career with the Visalia Unified School District this June after being unceremoniously dismissed by th ...

Putting Kids 1st into relay for life

Putting Kids 1st into relay for life

Editors Note: This story is a part of the Sun-Gazette Purple Paper edition for Relay For Life, the largest international network of community fundraisers in the fight against cance ...

Visalia ‘suffering’ the most  from countywide homeless problem

Visalia ‘suffering’ the most from countywide homeless problem

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – Nearly everyone in Visalia agrees that homelessness is one of, if not the most pressing public concern. And for the Visalia City Council, that ...

Letter to the Editor

Letter to the Editor

A New Direction for VUSD To The Editor, Regarding the recently announced dismissal of Visalia Unified Superintendent Todd Oto - results matter! Unfortunately the district fell woef ...

Visalia Rd. ready to widen but later than expected

Visalia Rd. ready to widen but later than expected

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN EXETER – Initial spring to summer estimates for ground to break on Visalia Road improvements has been pushed back to late summer or early fall. Exeter city ...

Exeter smooths out concerns over Rocky Hill bike/ped plan

Exeter smooths out concerns over Rocky Hill bike/ped plan

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN EXETER – Rocky Hill is a natural asset for the entire county, but while it sits in Exeter’s easterly backyard, the City has an interest in seeing it revita ...

Farmersville plans for amphitheater, skatepark

Farmersville plans for amphitheater, skatepark

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN FARMERSVILLE – Outdoor concerts, nature talks, weather experiments, and a new playground could all be part of the next phase of Farmersville’s sports pa ...

Visalia will not keep ‘PACE’ for solar finance program options

Visalia will not keep ‘PACE’ for solar finance program options

More than 500 Visalia homeowners have upgraded their homes using Property Assessed Clean Energy By John Lindt Sierra2theSea News Service VISALIA – On the suggestion of council memb ...

What is Relay for Life? Come and find out

What is Relay for Life? Come and find out

Editors Note: This story is a part of the Sun-Gazette Purple Paper edition for Relay For Life, the largest international network of community fundraisers in the fight against cance ...

Tulare County may not be best place to start a business

Tulare County may not be best place to start a business

Central Valley cities may have pro business policies but that doesn’t mean the environment is ideal for entrepreneurs and start-ups @TheSunGazette TULARE COUNTY – Most would agree ...

Monarchs strike out of post season against Tribe

Monarchs strike out of post season against Tribe

By Patrick Dillon @Pdillon_SGN EXETER – A return trip to Recreation Park, and the Division IV title game for the No.2 Monarchs was cut short last Friday as they lost to the Chowchi ...

Offense comes alive for the Rawhide

Visalia takes three of four game series against Modest By Jill Gearin Rawhide Baseball VISALIA- Rawhide are now 16-4 at home after defeating the Modesto Nuts 5-1. Rawhide scored first in the second inning off a double steal. Camden Duzenack stole second and Jorge Perez stole home. Josh Green, who started for the Rawhide, gave […]

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Visalia Rd. ready to widen but later than expected

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN EXETER – Initial spring to summer estimates for ground to break on Visalia Road improvements has been pushed back to late summer or early fall. Exeter city manage Adam Ennis has been working to push timelines along on Visalia Road and Palm, and it is looking like bulldozers should start rolling up […]

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Comedienne Loni Love comes to Visalia fresh off her Daytime Emmy win for her talk show The Real

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – A real-life journey that takes a person from a latchkey kid in Detroit’s projects to a stand-up comedienne/movie star/bacon loving television personality is not something that happens easily or often, but somehow Loni Love pulled it off with her usual aplomb. Not to say there wasn’t a lot of hard work getting […]

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Local college grads carry least student debt

@TheSunGazette TULARE COUNTY – Local college graduates are faring better than most of the country in paying off their student loans. Nearly every city in the Valley was in the top quarter of carrying manageable post-college debts, according to a recent report by WalletHub, a personal finance web site offering analysis to consumers. Student loan […]

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Obituary: William E. Corbett

William E. Corbett of Tracy, Calif. passed away May 2, 2019. He was 60 years old. William was born July 5, 1958 in Jonesboro, La. to Myron and Frances Corbett. He was a U.S. Navy veteran and worked as a nursing assistant for 30 years at the Santa Clara Valley Medical Center. A Memorial Service […]

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County health officials say measles outbreak unlikely here

Tulare County has a non-existent risk of a measles outbreak since the disease was eliminated in 2000 @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Just four months into the year, the number of measles cases reported in the U.S. in 2019 is already the highest of any year since measles was officially declared eliminated in 2000. The increase is […]

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