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Woodlake Council weighs pot sales for grant funding

By Gerald Carroll Special to The Sun-Gazette woodlake – Pot plants in Woodlake could yield a pot of money for Woodlake public safety if they allow dispensaries and cultivation in the city limits. But there is still much to be discussed before the City moves forward with a ballot measure to allow for cannabis in the city. […]

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County moves forward on becoming GSA

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN tulare county – In 2015 the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA) forced stakeholders, governments and all interested parties to the table. Together they had to figure out how to manage groundwater themselves in order to keep the State of California from doing it themselves. Now, two years later there have been […]

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Traffic Splits on Visalia Road

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN farmersville – The City of Farmersville passed a milestone in the largest road project in the city’s history earlier this month. On June 12, road crews opened up a single lane on the south side of Visalia Road to split east and westbound traffic for the first time since starting the […]

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State holds up $200 million school funds

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN tulare county – The State’s decision to delay the sale of statewide school bonds approved by voters is holding up just under $200 million for Tulare County school districts to repair and update aging schools as well as build new schools to alleviate overcrowding. Last month, the Coalition for Adequate School […]

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Farmersville City Council takes another look at pot

By Crystal Havner Special to the Sun-Gazette farmersville – Marijuana has been a taboo subject for decades in the Central Valley, the largely conservative swath of California. But since Prop 64’s passage, cities, counties and businesses are now confronted with what to do. Currently the City of Woodlake is considering whether to place it on […]

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High waters claim victim at Parks

@TheSunGazette sequoia national park – The peaking 110 degree temperatures make the running rivers all the more tempting. But rangers are once again cautioning visitors to be careful near streams and not to go into fast running water. Over the weekend evening June 18, 2017 rangers received a report of a twenty-six year old female that fell […]

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Walnut wood chip fire in Tulare County prompts health air caution

@TheSunGazette tulare county – Wild fires, prescribed fires and just generally intense heat impact air quality every summer. This year Tulare County residents have already had a 339 acre fire in Three Rivers and residents in Tulare County were likely impacted by the smoke from the walnut wood chip fire near Porterville. The smoke affected […]

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FHS pool may make a splash in 2019

@TheSunGazette farmersville – The community of Farmersville has waited 15 years for a swimming pool at Farmersville High School, and they may not have to wait too much longer. At its June 13 meeting, the Farmersville Unified School District Board approved a contract with Integrated Designs by SOMAM, Inc. The board selected the Fresno architectural […]

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Police arrest three in COS ‘Giant’ fire

@TheSunGazette visalia – As of Monday, June 19, three suspects in relation to arson were served felony arrest warrants. Coley Lambert, 20, Robert Mason Flores, 22, and Eekanker Stephanie See, 22, were all served for arson and possession of explosive device. Another suspect is reportedly transient and is still outstanding. College of the Sequoias issued […]

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