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Sequoia Union School throws ‘Barnyard Bash’

K-8 school in Lemon Cove holds its annual fall carnival on Oct. 6 @TheSunGazette LEMON COVE — The Sequoia Union Elementary School Parent Guild invites the community to attend its annual fall carnival, set for 5:30-9 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 6. This year’s “Barnyard Bash”-themed event will deliver traditional family fun, including bingo, a delicious deep-pit […]

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California adopts first-ever computer science standards

State Board of Ed. wants students to move from tech users to tech innovators @TheSunGazette SACRAMENTO — Students already read books, research projects and write reports on tablets and laptops at schools across the state. It’s about time we started teaching them how to make them instead of just how to use them. On Sept. […]

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Strathmore schools hire full-time officer

Three school districts split the cost of one deputy to serve as a school resource officer to five public schools in rural community @TheSunGazette STRATHMORE – Mass shootings. Cyber bullying. Drug addicition. Gang culture. Schools face many challenges in trying to keep students safe on their campuses. The most vital piece of school safety are […]

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Tariffs affecting Valley sales, imports

Majority of Valley businesses still support higher tariffs, especially in China @TheSunGazette fresno – The San Joaquin Valley’s economy is maintaining healthy growth and businesses remain optimistic despite indications that tariffs may be driving down confidence and driving up inflation. The San Joaquin Valley Business Conditions Index fell in August, but remains above growth neutral […]

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Tulare County Crop Report

For week ending September 15, 2018. SMALL GRAINS, OTHER FIELD CROPS: Corn and sorghum continue to be harvested for silage. Alfalfa cutting and baling for hay continues. Cotton is in bloom with bolls being set. DECIDUOUS TREE FRUITS, NUTS, AND GRAPES: The stone-fruit season progresses on, with a slight reduction in exports. Peaches, nectarines, and […]

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Woodlake takes bite out of opioids

Woodlake receives $40,000 in Rural Development investment funds, will use it purchase K-9 unit vehicle @TheSunGazette WASHINGTON – Woodlake is going to take a few more bites out of crime with federal Rural Development dollars. Assistant to the Secretary for Rural Development Anne Hazlett announced last week that the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) […]

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West Coast parcel service opens largest hub in Visalia

GSO will deliver overnight to Calif., Nev., Ariz., N.M. from 63,000-square foot hub on Shirk Road @TheSunGazette VISALIA – A leading West Coast parcel service announced the opening of its largest hub in Visalia last month. Golden State Overnight (GSO) – which offers overnight shipping to California, Nevada, Arizona and New Mexico – opened its […]

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Prays Together: God’s Inspired Word

By Christopher Scott In the last couple hundred years I am not sure if any part of Christianity has come under more attacks from secular society than the inspiration of Scripture. Non-Christians have questioned the authenticity of God’s Word and many have been vocal and hostile about it. With that said, let’s look at what […]

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Obituary: Kathryn “Kay” Louise Fleming

Kathryn “Kay” Louise (Kottmeier) Fleming, formerly of Visalia, Calif., passed away peacefully on Sept. 9, 2018 in Concord, Calif., where she was a resident of Windsor Manor Care, surrounded by family and loving caregivers. She was 98 years old. Kay was particularly proud of her heritage, tracing her roots back to the American Revolution and […]

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