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RTI Report: More minority students, especially African-American and Latino, are becoming college-ready

RTI Report: More minority students, especially African-American and Latino, are becoming college-ready

@TheSunGazette SACRAMENTO – For some students, going to college is not guaranteed, even with student loans. It is true that not everyone can afford to go to college if they want to ...

A&W has claimed half of Waiters Race titles, including its current owner

A&W has claimed half of Waiters Race titles, including its current owner

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – Watching waiters balance trays as they scoot across pavement might be an unusual site for most restaurants, but not at A&W. The restaurant ...

Cellar Dwellers: Widowspeak rises and falls with melancholy musings

Cellar Dwellers: Widowspeak rises and falls with melancholy musings

Brooklyn grunge band was featured on American Horror Story, Fuse TV’s 30 must-see artists @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Some bands linger in obscurity for years before they signed to a ...

Woodlake needs $3.7M to bring airport up to minimal FAA standards

Woodlake needs $3.7M to bring airport up to minimal FAA standards

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN WOODLAKE – The City of Woodlake needs to clean up just one more fund to bring the entire City budget into the black, but it doesn’t appear as if that is go ...

Tulare County Sheriff’s Department makes first arrest using unique SmartWater CSI program

Tulare County Sheriff’s Department makes first arrest using unique SmartWater CSI program

@TheSunGazette TULARE COUNTY – An innovative product helped blow the whistle on two train horn thieves last week. On Sept. 15, detectives with the Tulare County Sheriff’s Agricultu ...

Football: Strathmore Spartans spear Orosi Cardinals in 35-13 victory

Football: Strathmore Spartans spear Orosi Cardinals in 35-13 victory

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN STRATHMORE – The Strathmore Spartans have made a habit of beating teams – badly. But head coach Jeromy Blackwell has not been all that impressed with his t ...

EUHS music department is holding emergency concert to help victims of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma

EUHS music department is holding emergency concert to help victims of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma

@TheSunGazette EXETER – Hundreds of people across the nation are banding together to help raise money and support for the devastation brought on by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma in th ...

Exeter City Council indicates they do not want commercial marijuana within city limits at all

Exeter City Council indicates they do not want commercial marijuana within city limits at all

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN EXETER – Cities are starting to put their foot down on one side of the fence or the other when it comes to commercial marijuana. And when it comes to Exete ...

Volleyball: Exeter Monarchs begin D-I stretch of games

Volleyball: Exeter Monarchs begin D-I stretch of games

A back-and-forth loss to Clovis West was the first of three straight games where Exeter faces D-I competition By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN EXETER – Already in this young season t ...

Police search for suspect and vehicle in Strathmore liquor store robbery

Police search for suspect and vehicle in Strathmore liquor store robbery

@TheSunGazette STRATHMORE – Liquor stores and convenience stores in Strathmore seem to be a prime target for local armed robbers. In yet another example of violent activity in Stra ...

Football: Farmersville’s Gutierrez and Aztecs get first win

Football: Farmersville’s Gutierrez and Aztecs get first win

A pair of field goal attempts in the fourth quarter were the deciding factors in Farmersville’s 24-21 win over Lindsay for their first win of the season By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_ ...

Football: Strathmore Spartans spear Orosi Cardinals in 35-13 victory

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN STRATHMORE – The Strathmore Spartans have made a habit of beating teams – badly. But head coach Jeromy Blackwell has not been all that impressed with his team’s performance late in games. In their last game before they welcomed the Cardinals to town, against the Templeton Eagles, Strathmore let up 14 points […]

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E Street Market brings the best parts of a farmers market without the hassle to downtown Exeter

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN EXETER – No store epitomizes Exeter’s “shop local” motto better than its newest retail store. E Street Market is owned by three women who either live, work or do both in Exeter. Every item in the store is made in Tulare County, unless it isn’t made here, and then the products fall […]

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A&W has claimed half of Waiters Race titles, including its current owner

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – Watching waiters balance trays as they scoot across pavement might be an unusual site for most restaurants, but not at A&W. The restaurant chain of root beer fame was one of the first fast food restaurants that was made popular as a drive-up spot in the cruising 1950s. Waitresses shuttling […]

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RTI Report: More minority students, especially African-American and Latino, are becoming college-ready

@TheSunGazette SACRAMENTO – For some students, going to college is not guaranteed, even with student loans. It is true that not everyone can afford to go to college if they want to stay out of debt, but being eligible to go is another matter entirely. Maintaining good grades, or at least good enough to be […]

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Jack Mann dies at the age of 89

Generations of students, parents, alumni in Woodlake, Orosi, Visalia and Lindsay mourn the passing of Jack Mann @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Jack Mann expected a lot out of the students he educated for more than 40 years, the players he coached for a half century and the Valley he called home for his entire life. And […]

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Running and Leg Pain: Why you shouldn’t just quit running

By Jeffrey Hagen, DPM Visalia Medical Clinic Recently I was at a high school track meet and watched a runner limp through an entire 2-mile race. Anybody could see that with every lap she hurt more and more. Though she finished last, the spectators all gave her a rousing cheer for finishing the race despite […]

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