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Tulare County Library branches in Lindsay, Exeter help people begin the citizenship process

@TheSunGazette TULARE COUNTY – Not everyone would link citizenship and library services together, but that is exactly what the Tulare County Library is doing at their branches. Thanks to a program of the California Library Association supported by the Library Services and Technology Act Tulare County libraries were able to gather a Book to Action […]

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Recipes: Winning Back Weeknight Cooking

Family Features Moms pride themselves on serving their families wholesome, homemade meals. But here’s the reality: 60 percent of moms think that coming up with dinner ideas is more difficult than getting their children to go to bed on time. Moreover, 61 percent of moms frequently order takeout or go out to eat because they […]

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Over 800 athletes and 200 volunteers set to put on Special Olympics this Friday in Tulare

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN TULARE COUNTY – In two days, on Friday, April 27, the 2018 Special Olympics open. Over 800 athletes will showcase their talents at Bob Mathias Stadium in Tulare. For this one-day event they are the stars of the field. “For a lot of them this is the one day when they shine,” […]

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Whiplash the Cowboy Monkey rides again!

Whiplash the Cowboy Monkey, a fan favorite, will charm one and all at the Springville Rodeo @TheSunGazette SPRINGVILLE – He is the world’s smallest cowboy, weighing 8 pounds and standing 3 feet tall. He is 3-Time Pro Rodeo Entertainer of the Year, and an international star who has been putting smiles on faces for years. […]

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Letters to the Editor: Pray for America; F Street Urban Garden

Exeter should come pray for America on May 3 Dear Editor, Great nations rise and fall. The people go from bondage to spiritual truth, to great courage, from courage to liberty, from liberty to abundance, from abundance to selfishness, from selfishness to complacency, from complacency to apathy, from apathy to dependence, from dependence back again […]

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Water Authority calls for increased allocations

The San Luis and Delta-Mendota Water Authority say CVP contractors deserve greater allocations after “wettest year on record”  @TheSunGazette  LOS BANOS – The United States Bureau of Reclamation issued their updated allocation for south-of-Delta Central Valley Project (CVP) agricultural water service contractors last week, and some are none-to-pleased.  According to a statement issued by the San […]

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Humming bird mural “Anna’s Flowers” is theme of Mural Team’s Garden Party fundraiser

@TheSunGazette EXETER – The word mural is normally associated with epic paintings that dominate one side of an entire building as a grand expression of a community’s culture. But in Exeter, even smaller paintings tucked away on the side of storage shack facing an alleyway are just as important to the overall landscape of its […]

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Exeter Friends of the Library holds Spring Book Sale and Basket Raffle May 5

@TheSunGazette EXETER – If you are a book worm or book lover, there is an opportunity for you! The Exeter Friends of Library is hosting its annual Spring Book Sale and Basket Raffle on Saturday, May 5. Not only are books available in all genres, you choose the donation amount, and lets not forget, that […]

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Track and Field: Cardinals’ inaugural meet is ‘a big success’

Lindsay takes 2nd and 3rd place in boys and girls events at first home track meet in over 20 years By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN LINDSAY – The first track and field meet to be held at Lindsay High School in more than 20 years went off without a fault last Wednesday. Corcoran stole the show on […]

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