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Obituary: Shorty Swopes

Shorty Swopes of Hereford, Texas passed away Tuesday, June 25, 2019 in Hereford. He was 75 years old. A Memorial Mass was held at 10 a.m. on Friday, June 28, 2019 at St. Anthony’s Catholic Church of Hereford. Arrangements and cremation services have been entrusted to Mendez and Mullins Family Funeral Home of Hereford. Rosary […]

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Bike thief treads on bike shops

Visalia Detective warns bike shops of man who has made off with over $150,000 in high-end mountain bikes since last fall By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – Stolen bicycles don’t usually make the news, but when you are stealing $5,000 mountain bikes people tend to take notice. Marlon Markham has made a career of stealing high-dollar […]

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Obituary: Darrell LeRoy Rich

Darrell LeRoy Rich of Three Rivers, Calif. passed away on June 19, 2019 in Exeter, Calif. He was 74 years old. Darrell was born in Glendale, Calif. on Jan. 19, 1945 to Vivienne Mountain Rich and Leon LeRoy Rich. He attended Glendale Union Academy (now Glendale Adventist Academy), completing grades 1-8. He graduated high school […]

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10 local films earn $5,000 each

Films include a race riot from Exeter’s past and a Visalia-based hip-hop record label @TheSunGazette FRESNO – A city known for small town charm once had a race riot. A local hip hop record label’s attempt to inspire young artists. And how dance and music help keep one of the Valley’s most populous immigrant cultures […]

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Art of the foothills will greet those who ‘Visit Visalia’

Tourism office displays art featuring oil paintings by Heidi Steinman @TheSunGazette VISALIA – A new art exhibit will be on display in the local tourism office that spotlights the beauty of the Tulare County, and not just the majestic mountains to the east.  Last week, Visit Visalia announced an exhibition of artwork by local artist […]

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Guest Editorial: State’s Utility Mandate Is a Solution in Search of a Problem

By Steve Worthley Californians for Balanced Energy Solutions As the state of California hurtles toward adopting a building decarbonization policy that mandates electricity as the sole source of power, it is increasingly important that we pay attention to this issue and make our voices heard before the state heedlessly makes a decision that will have […]

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CDFA Secreteary appoints Tyler Ribiero of Tulare to first-ever California Cattle Council

@TheSunGazette SACRAMENTO – A local dairyman is among the first-ever appointees to the newly formed California Cattle Council. Tyler Ribiero of Tulare and 10 others up and down the state were appointed by California Department of Food & Agriculture Secretary Karen Ross to the council on June 27. Ribiero is a fourth-generation dairyman who graduated […]

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FSU’s School of Nursing loses accreditation

Accreditation for Fresno State University’s School of Nursing master’s program withdrawn for documentation shortfall @TheSunGazette FRESNO – Nursing students hoping to obtain their master’s degree at Fresno State will have to look elsewhere for their advanced degree. On June 19, Fresno State University announced that it will not admit any new students into its School […]

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Tulare City Council pushes for recreational marijuana measure on November 2020 ballot

Proposition 64 legalizing recreational marijuana was passed by a majority of Californians in 2016, but failed by 53% in Tulare By Luis Hernandez @TheSunGazette TULARE – Tulare residents will vote on recreational marijuana sales – again. The Tulare City Council asked city administrators to prepare guidelines to consider putting the sale of recreational marijuana before […]

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