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Recipe: Miso Kale Caesar Salad

Brighten and awaken summer flavor Family Features Summer provides an abundance of delicious, fresh-picked flavors, giving home chefs plenty of opportunities to use them in both classic recipes and newfound favorites. From sides to salads to smoothies and everything in between, summer is all about creating dishes that taste tempting, bright and balanced. Using seasonal […]

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Recipe: Peach Smoothie

Brighten and awaken summer flavor Family Features Summer provides an abundance of delicious, fresh-picked flavors, giving home chefs plenty of opportunities to use them in both classic recipes and newfound favorites. From sides to salads to smoothies and everything in between, summer is all about creating dishes that taste tempting, bright and balanced. Using seasonal […]

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Mosquitoes pose a triple threat as a vector of three viruses

Health & Human Services Agency, Delta Vector Control District warn public to prevent mosquito bites @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Residents of Visalia beware of the dangers lurking around standing water and other mosquito breeding grounds. The Tulare County Health & Human Services and the Delta Vector Control District are asking people to be vigilant against mosquito […]

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Joseph Ford, DO, will begin his stint at Visalia Medial Clinic in August

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – Urologist Joseph Ford, DO, might be new Visalia but he won’t be new to rural ag based areas. Until he starts at the Visalia Medical Clinic in early August Dr. Ford is completing his fellowship in urological oncology at the Carolinas Medical Center, Levine Cancer Institute in North Carolina. He served his […]

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Family medicine physician joins Tulare Cardiology

@TheSunGazette TULARE – Family medicine physician Roy Kin-Wai Chan, MD, is now seeing patients at the Tulare Cardiology Center, an affiliate of the Kaweah Delta Medical Foundation.   Dr. Chan has been with the Tulare VA Community-Based Outreach Center since 2012, providing primary care and women’s health care for veterans. Previously he provided care at […]

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Houston Avenue repaving and rehab work complete

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – Houston, we no longer have a problem.  The City of Visalia completed its road rehabilitation project on Houston Avenue last week. Travelers are now enjoying a smoother commute on new Hot Mix Asphalt (HMA) that was installed during the project which also included upgrades of some existing curb ramps to meet Americans […]

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Valley Clean Air Now offers free testing, $500 vouchers to repair gross-polluting cars

@TheSunGazette TULARE – One percent or more of cars in regular use statewide are unregistered, often due to emissions problems. Many of them are “gross polluters” with five to 20 times the emissions of a typical car. Exhaust from fewer than a million of these older, very dirty cars could be creating 30 percent of […]

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Tulare County Crop Report for week ending July 14, 2018

SMALL GRAINS AND OTHER FIELD CROPS: The corn silage crop is in various stages, from newly planted to already producing tassels and developing ears. Corn silage continues to grow and will soon be ready for harvest. Cotton continues to be irrigated, cultivated, and growing well. Alfalfa fields are making good progress; and being irrigated, cut, […]

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Local farmer, Bob McKellar, returns from “Destination Boot Camp” with new tools to change business and attract new customers

@TheSunGazette IVANHOE – Bob McKellar, owner of McKellar Family Farms and the popular venue, Seven Sycamores, recently returned from a Colorado-based business improvement “Destination Business Boot Camp,” where he learned hundreds of new methods to bring more customers and tourists to Ivanhoe and Tulare County at large. McKellar was among a group of business owners […]

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Marcus Meza, Dominique Franco and Brooke Rouch are the first three recipients of the Fanklin Dow Ross Memorial Scholarship Foundation

@TheSunGazette EXETER— The day after Franklin Ross passed away a year ago, his family gathered at his Exeter house. Kelly Rider, two of her siblings and their mother, Sue Ross, sat around the family’s dining room table. Fatigued from the long hours at the hospital the day before the four of them continued to lay […]

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