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Instacart is now offering online grocery shopping and delivery for 100,000 households in Visalia area

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – In the days following cyber Monday a new web-based home grocery delivery service launched in Visalia. Instacart officially opened its second location in the central valley on Nov. 29. “Over the past year we’ve seen incredible demand in the Visalia area,” Senior Regional Director, Sean Twersky said. “We work with a variety […]

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Forest Service offers 4th-graders chance to cut down their own Christmas tree

Sequoia National Forest offers free Christmas tree permits to fourth graders as part of National Forest Service’s “Every Kid in a Park” program  @TheSunGazette SEQUOIA NATIONAL FOREST – A Christmas tree is a must have this holiday season. And the Sequoia National Forest is giving fourth-graders the chance to have the best tree in the […]

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Javier Mendes of Lindsay one of two Junior Explorers to receive Pathway Scholarship from the Sheriff’s Department

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – Sheriff Boudreaux awarded the Sheriff’s Pathways Scholarship to two deserving Sheriff’s Explorers: Abraham Sanchez of Porterville and Javier Mendez of Lindsay. They each received a plaque and a check for $2,500. “I had a vision four years ago to create a pathway for our Explorers to get an education and to become […]

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County Sheriff and Fire departments hold grand opening for new HQ

Sheriff Mike Boudreaux, County Fire Chief Charlie Norman thanks the Board of Supervisors for new headquarters @TheSunGazette VISALIA – On Dec. 6, Sheriff Mike Boudreaux welcomed hundreds of guests to the Grand Opening for the new headquarters of the Tulare County Sheriff’s Office and the Tulare County Fire Department on the 800 block of South […]

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Visalia Parks and Recreation offers outdoor ice skating on synthetic ice through the holidays

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – Little rain and mild temperatures haven’t stopped Visalians from gliding into winter. Visalia Parks & Recreation Department opened its outdoor ice skating rink at the Garden Street Plaza on Main Street this month. For the third year, Visalia is offering the only synthetic ice skating rink in Tulare County and will be […]

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Ten families take part in groundbreaking for new Self-Help Enterprises’ subdivision in Woodlake

@TheSunGazette WOODLAKE — Jose Reynoso has spent many Thanksgivings with his family in Woodlake over the years, and next year the 44-year-old will get to host the feast at his own home. Jose, along with his wife Corinne and three children, were among 10 families to turn dirt in a ceremonial groundbreaking for Self-Help Enterprises […]

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Gospel Whiskey Runners brings unique faith-based folk music back to the stage Dec. 15 at The Cellar Door

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – There is no denying the blending of style, substance and sound that surrounds the Gospel Whiskey Runners. The two-part harmonies of vocalists Jerrod Turner and Colette Boley, coupled with the acoustic chords of Ryan Turner and boot stompin’ beats of Ryan Stillwater was like catching lightning in a bottle, or a whiskey […]

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Local companies among the worst in paying back taxes

Office owes more than half a million from 2010, an individual just under $500,000 from 2012 @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Two Visalia companies are among the worst in California for not paying their sales and use taxes. A Visalia office and an individual were included in the list of 500 entities in the State with the […]

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Shooter arrested in diner robbery

Police are still looking for a second suspect in the Oct. 28 robbery @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Police have arrested the man who stole from a fund-raiser at a local restaurant and then fired at patrons who tried to recover the charitable contributions. At 9:50 a.m. on Dec. 8, officers with the Visalia Police Department’s Violent […]

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Central Valley citrus growers welcome cooler temperatures while Ventura battles wildfire

@TheSunGazette EXETER – While Southern California residents wish for rain drops to smother the fires raging through their cities, locals welcomed near freezing temperatures to sweeten the crop in orange groves surrounding their towns. In the Tulare County, freezing temperatures made a brief appearance last week dipping to a low of 29 degrees on Dec. 6 […]

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