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Golden West hushes Bullpups with late touchdown

Josiah Washington catches 31 yard touchdown pass with 23 seconds left to defeat Hanford By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN VISALIA – Most wouldn’t think that a 1-6 Hanford team walking into Groppetti Automotive Stadium would give the 5-1 Golden West Trailblazers such a battle, but they did. In fact the Hanford Bullpups almost held off the Blazers […]

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SoCal Edison still investigating cause of outage

Southern California Edison is still unsure what caused a massive power outage that knocked out electricity to more than 14,000 customers in central Tulare County earlier this evening on Thursday, Oct. 12.  In a phone call at 8:10 p.m., a spokesperson out of Southern California’s office in Rosemead, Calif. said the number of customers who […]

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Exeter Chamber of Commerce Director is concerned with a proposed passenger train station location in the downtown area

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN EXETER – Train travel might be vintage but is it charming? The Exeter Chamber of Commerce isn’t so sure that the return of passenger rail to the small town would be so charming if the station is going to push them out of their building and build a large retail shopping center […]

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City continues to be hopeful that new community center will be complete by 8 month timeline

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN WOODLAKE – Construction of Woodlake’s newest improvement is already underway. Just two weeks ago the City broke ground where the new community center is being built. As of now all of the details are buttoned up on the 12,500 square foot building, the only thing left to be figured out is the […]

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The Cities of Woodlake, Farmersville will hold elections on marijuana and sales tax Nov. 7

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN TULARE COUNTY – While it may not be a major election year like 2016, residents in Woodlake and Farmersville are encouraged to turn out to the polls to vote on two important measures: marijuana and sales tax. The City of Woodlake has already put ordinances in place for commercial cannabis industries to […]

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Senate Bill 623 could resurface when Assembly begins a new legislative session begins in January

sacramento – Access to clean water should be a basic human right that should be upheld at every level of government. But in California, the richest agriculture state with the most communities struggling with contaminated water, it was drowned out by housing reform, a parks and water bond and immigration. Senate Bill 623, a legislative […]

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Lindsay city manager Bill Zigler discusses local economy, dependence on Ag and State influence at Lindsay Cultural Forum

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_sgn LINDAY – The Lindsay Cultural Arts Forum welcomed someone not too far from home last Wednesday, Oct. 4. Lindsay city manager Bill Zigler discussed three major financial challenges that face the City of Lindsay: 1. the erosion of its economic base; 2. its dependence on agriculture; and 3. state decisions that impact […]

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By Glen Stout Numerous natural disasters have hit the United States and elsewhere in the last few weeks. Many are wanting to help with recovery efforts, or have already been helping by donating their time, skills, or money. Now Exeter residents will have an opportunity to contribute to these ongoing relief efforts in various locations. […]

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