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Exeter teen shot by officers is charged with assault

Exeter teen shot by officers is charged with assault

@TheSunGazette woodlake – An Exeter man who was shot several times during a run-in with police earlier this year is now being charged with assaulting the officers. On July 12, the ...

Woodlake botanical gardens changing hands

Woodlake botanical gardens changing hands

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN woodlake – One of the biggest city beautification projects in Woodlake is changing hands. Since the Botanical Gardens opened along Bravo Lake visitor ...

USDA changes may hit Tulare County hardest

USDA changes may hit Tulare County hardest

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN farmersville – Recent moves by the USDA may stifle growth in rural communities across the country, especially Tulare County. Last week, the new Secretar ...

Charter plots new course for Exeter internet

Charter plots new course for Exeter internet

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN exeter – Residents in Exeter have been irate with their internet service providers. Until just over a year ago Verizon drew resident’s ire for low speeds a ...

City of Exeter says farewell to Felix

City of Exeter says farewell to Felix

By Achelle Reynoso Special to the Sun-Gazette exeter – The City of Exeter will be bidding farewell to one of its beloved employees by celebrating his career and thanking him for hi ...

Lindsay closes deficit with difficult decisions

Lindsay closes deficit with difficult decisions

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN lindsay – The dividends from Measure O are expected to start paying off in January of next year. And while Measure O’s one percent district tax increase ha ...

State’s wildfires pollute Valley air

State’s wildfires pollute Valley air

@TheSunGazette central valley – Summers in California have been marred by drought, sweltering heat and now wildfires. As a result the air quality is dramatically low, especially no ...

Business formally presents plan for cannabis to council

Business formally presents plan for cannabis to council

By Gerald Carroll Special to Sun-Gazette woodlake – The Woodlake City Council received its first serious interest from a cannabis company looking to take advantage of opportunities ...

council holds talks ON sales tax, pot

council holds talks ON sales tax, pot

By Paul Myers and Crystal Havner @TheSunGazette farmersville – Cities are being pushed into a corner over sales tax and marijuana this year. More and more cities in the Valley are ...

Board keeps PACE despite realtor concerns

Board keeps PACE despite realtor concerns

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN tulare county – Realtors and contractors collided during the Tulare County Board of Supervisor’s July 11 meeting last Tuesday when the Board was considerin ...

Residents hammered by air in water, question district increases

Residents hammered by air in water, question district increases

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN lindsay – Residents in Lindsay have been hammered down by air in their water system lately. When they go to turn on the faucet or shower, they’ve been hit ...

Memorable second half for local high school sports teams

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN tulare county – The second half of the school year saw many teams return as league and Valley Champions. Whether they were defending their titles or attempting to capture their first in a long time, five athletes competed in State Championship Tournaments, two competed at Regional’s and another five student athletes […]

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July 05, 2017 () comments

College of the Sequoias teaches tech

@TheSunGazette visalia – Technology continues to play an important role in nearly every job both in the valley and the world. To help local residents develop their technology skills, the College of the Sequoias’ Training Center will offer three different classes teaching Microsoft programs such as Excel, Word and PowerPoint. The first course, offered on […]

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July 26, 2017 () comments

Letter to the Editor: A defining moment for our Assemblyman?

Dear Editor, As a former opponent of Devon Mathis for the State Assembly I applaud his affirmative vote to extend the state’s landmark climate change policy for another decade. It was difficult for him to vote on a bill that was supported and pushed by the opposing party, “I think cap and trade sucks but […]

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July 26, 2017 () comments

Graduates to receive scholarships

@TheSunGazette visalia – For many organizations the ability to help out a recent high school graduate with some scholarship money is a mission. The Enrico Caruso Lodge #1463 Order of Sons of Italy in America will attempt to do just that with the proceeds from their annual dinner. The dinner will be held on Saturday, […]

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June 28, 2017 () comments

Obituaries: Richard “Dick” Vaughn Downs

Richard “Dick” Vaughn Downs, 81 of Exeter, Ca was born Jan. 4, 1936 and died July 12, 2017 at Kaweah Delta hospital following a period of declining health. He passed quickly and peacefully surrounded by many beloved friends and family. Richard was born in Coulee Dam, Wash. the son of Vaughn and Margaret Savage Downs. […]

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July 26, 2017 () comments

Sierra View offers non-invasive kidney stone procedure

By Kent Sorrells, PhD. Sierra View Local Health Care District Board Chairman porterville – Across the nation, over half a million people suffer the pain and helplessness that come with having kidney stones each year according to the National Kidney Foundation. Fortunately for valley residents, a new procedure has been developed by Gerhard Fuchs, M.D. […]

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July 19, 2017 () comments

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