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Sierra View Medical Center paints the town pink

Sierra View Medical Center invited the Porterville business community to think pink. The Roger S. Good Cancer Center Treatment Center challenged Porterville businesses to show their support with a “Pink in the District” business-to-business decorating contest. Local businesses were challenged to use their creativity and competitive natures by decorating a public space, window or front […]

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Volleyball: Monarchs serve up three-peat as CSL champs

Exeter’s all-around better play paves way to sweep over Huskies and third straight CSL title By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN EXETER – It took the Monarchs just over an hour last Thursday to clench their third straight Central Sequoia League title in a row, defeating the Hanford West Huskies 3-0 (25-7, 25-20, 25-15). “We took care […]

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City Council, school board candidates, Measure A all featured at Oct. 18 forum

Visalia Chamber, Sun-Gazette, League of Women Voters host Visalia candidates’ forum @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Beyond campaign signs and slogans, what makes a candidate the best choice for the job? An upcoming candidate’s forum is the best way to find out. The Visalia Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with The Sun-Gazette newspaper and the League of […]

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Get immune from the flu this season

California Department of Public Health urges Californians to get the flu vaccine soon @TheSunGazette SACRAMENTO – Fall is undoubtedly the season of change. But that does not mean your health has to, and the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) doesn’t want any more people falling victim to the flu than necessary. That is why […]

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Pink Tea is more than breast cancer

Comedian Karen Mills will discuss surviving ovarian cancer as keynote speaker of Oct. 21 event @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Tickets are on sale for Kaweah Delta’s 7th annual Pink Tea Party, whose Moroccan-themed tea party will transform the Visalia Convention Center on Sunday, Oct. 21. The event will celebrate those in our community whose lives have […]

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Cigna connects with FoodLink to fight hunger

More than 400 Cigna employees packaged 85,000 meals for Foodlink for Tulare County and Visalia Emergency Aid Council Oct. 5 at the Cigna office located at 5300 W. Tulare Ave. in Visalia. As part of the Cigna Fights Hunger program, employees worked in hourly shifts on assembly lines to package red lentil jambalaya meals. The Cigna office in Visalia is one of eight Cigna locations […]

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Unofficial web sites are charging fake DMV fees

DMV receives reports of websites charging fees to complete free online application for IDs @TheSunGazette SACRAMENTO – The California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) is warning the public about websites that are charging customers to complete the electronic driver license and ID card application, for DMV appointments and for other online transactions. The department received […]

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Girls Tennis: Local players gear up for postseason on the hard courts

East Sequoia League sends two teams to D-IV playoffs in Strathmore and Woodlake while other leagues send individual qualifiers By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN TULARE COUNTY – Individual and team league championships have been decided on the hard courts and now it is time for the quest for a section championship to begin. The East Sequoia […]

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Annual concert provides free music and mammograms

Girls and Guitars event at the Visalia Fox Theatre fundraises for under- and uninsured women to get mammograms that may identify early stages of breast cancer By Stephanie Barraza Special to the Sun-Gazette VISALIA – It is estimated that 1 in 8 women in the U.S. will develop breast cancer in their lifetime. Fortunately, one […]

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