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Lindsay food bank may become homeless

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN lindsay – The organization dedicated to helping Lindsay’s homeless may become homeless itself. On April 10, the Lindsay Strathmore Coordinating Council (LSCC) was notified that the building the non-profit has been renting for the past four decades had been sold and that LSCC would need to vacate the building by June […]

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County’s drought aid set to end this June

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN visalia – The drought may be over for most of California, but its effects are still being felt throughout Tulare County. And Governor Jerry Brown’s executive order of April 7 didn’t help. The order terminated the State of Emergency for all counties except Fresno, Kings, Tulare and Tolumne, and slates California […]

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Deputies discover victim in Ivanhoe

@TheSunGazette ivanhoe – The Tulare County Sheriff’s Department is investigating the death of Jesus Carillo, 19, whose body was found with a gunshot wound on the side of the road. Deputies patrolling the area discovered the body at about 4:14 p.m. on April 22 near the intersection of Road 159 and Avenue 330 in Ivanhoe. […]

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Exeter discusses surcharge for adult basketball

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN exeter – The City of Exeter’s city manager Randy Groom and community development director Felix Ortiz met with the Exeter Unified School District’s (EUSD) superintendent Tim Hire and trustee Ray Strable to discuss the impact of the District’s facility fees on adult basketball. Last month Ortiz said the District would start […]

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‘Night at the 21st Century Museum’

@TheSunGazette visalia – Each day, students in Sundale Union School’s agriculture program handle many of the same responsibilities local agribusiness owners do. Animals are fed, gardens are watered and weeded, and crops are harvested. In addition to these responsibilities, the students help manage the Trading Post, an on-site store where customers can order a latte […]

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Exeter Unified, teachers settle on 2-year deal

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN exeter – After almost a year-long battle, mediation and vented frustrations, the Exeter Teachers Association (ETA) and the Exeter Unified School District (EUSD) have come to a salary agreement for the next two years. Despite months of negotiating between a 4% and 5% salary increase, the ETA and EUSD agreed to […]

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EUSD seeks citizens for bond oversight committee

@TheSunGazette exeter – The Exeter Unified School District Board of Trustees is establishing a Citizen’s Bond Oversight Committee to review expenditures from construction activity associated with Measure K, the $18 million approved by District voters on Nov. 8, 2016.  The Committee will be responsible for ensuring that bond revenues are used only as voters intended and […]

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Hundreds jump at the chance to compete in science

@TheSunGazette tulare – Over 300 students from 18 Tulare County elementary schools will be building solar collectors, catapulting tennis balls, dropping eggs to see if they survive, and participating in fun-filled science activities and written tests this Saturday in Tulare. The Tulare County Science Olympiad Division A (grades 3-6) is scheduled for Saturday, April 29 on […]

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Putting people to work after 40

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN visalia – Lottie Brown was destined to be in law enforcement but dreamed of a career in medicine. She came from a long line of law men and women and after high school quickly went to work as a correctional technician for the San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s Department. She worked […]

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Mason donation fuels Exeter’s ‘Nitro’

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN exeter – As a young boy in Lindsay, Dale Armstrong made a name for himself as the person who handled bully problems for people getting picked on. Now, as the Worshipful Master of the Orange Belt Masonic Lodge in Exeter, Armstrong had the privilege of giving money to fight bullying for […]

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