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Flames Tower of Town

Flames Tower of Town

Flames as high as 100 feet towered over Woodlake last Tuesday night burning at a bustling packing house as 50 firefighters worked through the night to contain the largest fire in W ...

Feeding Lindsay in a neighborly way

Feeding Lindsay in a neighborly way

Hunger is an epidemic that many families in Tulare County face. Community Food Bank, a member of Feeding America, has found that within the five counties they serve, including Tula ...

New mayor leads City Hall change in F’ville

New mayor leads City Hall change in F’ville

While Exeter, Woodlake, and Lindsay all reelected their mayor’s for a second term at the center of the council, Farmersville had so much turnover they needed someone new. Greg Gome ...

Worthley: County’s financial statement is strong

Worthley: County’s financial statement is strong

From mayors to presidents, it is the responsibility of each level of government figure head to provide the city, county, state, or nation with an address. The address covers where ...

Volunteers answer King’s call for service in Woodlake

Volunteers answer King’s call for service in Woodlake

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. once said, “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is: ‘What are you doing for others?’” Each year, Americans across the country answer this question ...

Asparagus for the Home Vegetable Garden

Asparagus for the Home Vegetable Garden

Asparagus is a perennial vegetable that is started in the home garden by setting out seedling transplants, or more commonly by planting “crowns” in winter. Crowns are actually root ...

In Brief

In Brief

Exeter kicks off 2015 Relay For Life today The Exeter Relay For Life Committee will hold its kickoff meeting at 6 p.m. today, Wednesday, Jan. 21 at the Exeter Woman’s Club’s Clubho ...

Exeter Branch Library welcomes first Librarian

Exeter Branch Library welcomes first Librarian

Fiction can take you to extraordinary places. You can be sitting in a silent library while simultaneously lying dynamite in Spain alongside Robert Jordan or a seaman upon the great ...

When the Emperors Ruled Exeter

When the Emperors Ruled Exeter

The Exeter Mural Committee presented its idea to the Exeter City Council at its most recent meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 13. The City Council voted unanimously to approve its location ...

Crime Lines

Crime Lines

Exeter Police Logs Thursday, Jan. 1 At approximately 1:52 p.m. Exeter police officers assisted Farmersville Police Department with a high speed pursuit resulting from a theft inves ...

Obituary: Gary Fairchild

Obituary: Gary Fairchild

At Gary’s request, there will be no services. Gary Fairchild passed away in Visalia on Jan. 7 at the age of 62. He was born on July 18, 1952 in Exeter. Condolences may be sent to t ...

Aztecs start strong, stumble late in victory over Kings Christian

Special to the Sun-Gazette The Farmersville Aztecs (7-11) (1-2 ESL) picked up their first East Sierra League win of the season on their own court behind a historic night for Sam Metcalf that was overshadowed by nearly blowing a 17 point lead heading into the fourth quarter against the Kings Christian Crusaders of Lemoore (3-7) […]

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State water supply rises after Dec. rain

December storm runoff and close coordination among federal and state agencies to take advantage of it will allow the California Department of Water Resources (DWR) to increase expected water deliveries in 2015 to most customers of the State WaterProject (SWP) from 10% of their requested amounts to 15%. The new allocation replaces the initial allocation […]

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Community Calendar

January Jan. 25 –Woodlake Kiwanis are inviting people to dinner and a showing of “39 Steps” at the Ice House Theater in Visalia. Dinner and play tickets are $25 per person and if you already have tickets to the play, dinner is $15. Dinner will follow at the Jon Ginsberg Gallery, located at 410 E. […]

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Farmersville Award: Administering in Stride

In just her second year in town, Loretta Aragon has become an integral part of a cultural and technological shift in the Farmersville Unified School District. Aragon was the only new principal hired in summer 2013 after a shuffling of principals throughout Farmersville Unified. The change sent ripples through the district as parents and teachers […]

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Obituary: Walter Charles Woodstock

Walter Woodstock passed away at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Stockton, Calif. early Monday morning, Jan. 12, after a brief illness and a long battle with Alzheimer’s. He was a proud Marine during the Korean War and loved being a Police Officer in Lindsay. And a Deputy Sheriff in Del Norte County. He was forced into […]

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Dr. to chat about knee injuries on Facebook

Kaweah Delta Health Care District will host a live Facebook chat on Wednesday, Jan. 28, to answer the community’s questions about athletic knee injuries. The Facebook chat will take place from 6-7 p.m. on Kaweah Delta’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/kaweahdelta and will feature Dr. Bruce Le, an orthopedic surgeon, seeing patients at Orthopaedic Associates, 820 […]

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