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Community Calendar for October 2019

August   |  September  |   October   |   November  October 3 – Visalia Fox Theatre presents Throwback Thursdays’ screening of Ghostbusters (1984) at 6:30 p.m. at the Fox Theatre, 300 W. Main St. in Visalia. Admission is $5 at eventbrite.com. October 5 – Arts Consortium presents 1st Saturday in Three Rivers from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Art studios, […]

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Lindsay Hospital District responds to consolidation, addresses relationship with City

After a Kaweah Delta consolidation study, funding concerns with the City the Lindsay Hospital District reiterates their stance on independence and notes relationship efforts with City @TheSunGazette LINDSAY – Nearly two months ago the Lindsay Hospital District, along with others including Kaweah Delta appeared in the news. Discussion arose of a study by QK inc. […]

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Ashanti to perform at Tulare County Fair on Sept. 13

Grammy-winning hip hop, rhythm and blues vocalist Ashanti is slated perform at the 100th annual Tulare County Fair on Friday, Sept. 13 @TheSunGazette TULARE – Hip-hop and rhythm and blues entertainer and song writer Ashanti will perform at the 100th edition of the Tulare County Fair on Friday, Sept. 13. Ashanti’s debut album landed the […]

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Tulare health center gets over $100K to help fight opioid abuse

Altura Health Center receives $167,000 in funding to combat opioid abuse, plans to hire a chiropractor for alternative pain management  @TheSunGazette TULARE – One local health center is getting some big bucks to fight one of the nation’s biggest medical problems: opioid abuse.  The federal Health and Human Services agency noted two weeks ago that […]

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‘Driving change’ is focus of HR conference

SHRM of Tulare/Kings Counties holds annual human resources conference Sept. 19 in Visalia @TheSunGazette VISALIA – It’s easy to focus on the cogs and widgets produced by your small business, but there is no greater resource than the intangibles your employees bring to the workplace. Networking, sales, creativity and customer service are all things machines […]

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Visalia Unified sets aside time to visit with parents

‘Visit with VUSD’ listening sessions continue today, Wednesday, Aug. 21 through Friday, Aug. 30 @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Communication between school districts and parents is less conversation than direction. Parents attend school board meetings to weigh in on key issues facing their school but board members and staff are not allowed to respond unless the item […]

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Elderly woman does employee dirty at laundromat

Ilene Shafer strikes Bubbles & Bleach Laundromat employee with broomstick after argument  @TheSunGazette VISALIA – While at a laundromat on Mooney last week, one resident was not able to keep her criminal record as clean as her clothes after getting into a heated argument with an employee. On Friday, Aug. 16 at 10:52 a.m. officers […]

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Gardening Guru: California Buckwheat

By Susan L. Cooker UCCE Master Gardener Once upon a time in California, Buckwheat plants, Eriogonum spp., covered hillsides, ridges, and valleys. Today, habitat destruction has caused many types to become rarities. This is sad because with 125 buckwheat species, it is one of the most useful and diverse native plants for beneficial insects. Buckwheat […]

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Rodeo, monster trucks, demolition derby return to the Tulare County Fair

@TheSunGazette TULARE – Engines will be roaring, horses bucking and cars crashing during the Tulare County Fair, Sept. 11 through 15. The sixth annual CCPRA kick-off rodeo happens on Saturday, Sept. 7, at the fair’s Grandstand, featuring trick roper, gun spinner and whip cracker Rider Kiesner. Gates open at 6 p.m., rodeo begins at 7 […]

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Guest Editorial: Renewable energy funds available for farmers and rural businesses

By Cody Smith Center for Rural Affairs In July, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced more than $400 million available for farmers and rural business owners under the Rural Energy for America Program (REAP). REAP, a farm bill program, provides financing for energy efficiency upgrades like insulation, lighting, and HVAC systems. Renewable energy systems […]

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