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Diamondbacks, Rawhide extend player development contract

Affiliation will reach 14th year in 2020, the second longest in franchise history By Vinnie Longo Rawhide Baseball VISALIA  – The Visalia Rawhide and the Arizona Diamondbacks announced today that the teams have agreed on a two-year player development contract extension, ensuring that the D-backs will remain in Visalia through 2020. “We are excited to announce […]

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EDA elections extension a point of contention

Resolution for Exeter District Ambulance by-district elections puts two members in same district, throws off extension procedures By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN EXETER – The time to file for candidacy if you live in a district whose incumbent chose not to run is basically right now. Extension periods were released by the Tulare County Elections Office last […]

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Andrew Janz makes case for Congress

Fresno County prosecutor, Visalia native Andrew Janz runs against 16-year incumbent Devin Nunes for Congress By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN EXETER – It isn’t easy being a democrat in deep red Tulare County, but you don’t have to tell that to 71-year-old Exeter resident Shirley Dailey. She has been a democrat since she registered to vote, and […]

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A-list musicians bring the ‘Real Deal’ to Visalia

Pete Ortega and the Real Deal brings some of the music industry’s best musicians together for a soulful show @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Song lyrics are what hold our attention, but rhythm, riffs, beats and bass lines are what grab it. History always remembers the frontmen and solo artists when some of the greatest works come […]

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Parents install new fence to keep toddlers safe at playground

Exeter Chamber holds ribbon cutting for new fence around toddler playground at Exeter City Park @TheSunGazette EXETER – Parents trying to keep track of multiple children will have an easier time making sure their little ones are safe at Exeter City Park.  This Thursday, Aug. 16 the Exeter Chamber of Commerce will hold a ribbon […]

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Tulare County Crop Report for week ending Aug. 11, 2018

SMALL GRAINS AND OTHER FIELD CROPS: Corn and sorghum is in various stages of growth. Some corn and sorghum are beginning to be harvested for silage. Cotton and black-eyed beans continue to be irrigated and cultivated. Alfalfa is being cut, dried, and baled. DECIDUOUS TREE FRUITS, NUTS, AND GRAPES: With high mid-summer temperatures, stone fruit […]

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School may increase traffic, decrease air quality

Air District asks parents to carpool, refrain from idling to reduce vehicle emissions during pick-up and drop-off @TheSunGazette FRESNO – Traffic increases as parents begin shuttling kids back to school, and so do the ozone levels in the air. Parents can help reduce vehicle emissions by carpooling and refraining from vehicle idling during school pick-ups […]

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College of the Sequoias to provide training for Valley workers at Faraday Future plant in Hanford

@TheSunGazette TULARE — College of the Sequoias is training workers for the jobs of the future, Faraday Future to be exact. College of Sequoias (COS) Training Resource Center will be providing Essential Skills training at its Hanford Center facility to new employees at Faraday Future, a California technology company developing intelligent electric vehicles. Faraday, which is […]

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Inaugural Hot Fudge Sundae Run will be Aug. 19 at Mooney Grove; benefits Visalia Boys & Girls Club

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – Instead of going for a Sunday drive this weekend, why not try a Sundae Run!  Visalia’s Inaugural Hot Fudge Sundae Run is taking place this Sunday, Aug. 19 at Mooney Grove Park in Visalia. Participants can either do a 5K Run or 2K Walk at the park in a race that ends […]

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