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VUSD will hold special election for vacant seat

Nov. 6 election for Visalia Unified’s Area 5 will fill seat of late board member Patricia Griswold who died of cancer last month @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Visalia Unified would rather have voters decide who will fill a vacant seat rather than appoint someone to serve for the next 18 months.  At its April 10 meeting, […]

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Husband-wife duo of AJ Swearingen and Jayne Kelli will perform Simon and Garfunkel Tribute in Lindsay

@TheSunGazette LINDSAY – The husband and wife duo of AJ Swearingen and Jayne Kelli don’t have the creative differences that split up their idols Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel, but they do have two voices in perfect harmony balanced against an acoustic guitar of which their musical predecessors would be proud.  Swearingen and Kelli will […]

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Ronnie Milsap pioneered the country-pop crossover long before today’s artists

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – Long before artists like Darius Rucker and Kelly Clarkson began bringing pop to country, Ronnie Milsap introduced mainstream music to southern songs.   Milsap provided country music with one of its most important voices, as the genre was moving beyond its rural roots into popular music. Milsap ranks as the pre-eminent country […]

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Educators’ conference emphasizes creativity in early education

Early Childhood Education to host 30th annual Child Care Conference April 21 in Visalia @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Early childhood educators will gather in Visalia this weekend to discuss the roles of art and play in nurturing a child’s creativity, a key component in children learning to express themselves, grow emotionally and gain confidence. The Early Childhood Education […]

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Devon Mathis, Warren Gubler and Jack Lavers talk cap-and-trade, Internet affordability and donations at candidate forum

@TheSunGazette EXETER – All three candidates for the 26th California Assembly District forum hosted by the Exeter Republican Women Federated (ERWF) on Thursday, April 5, at the Exeter Woman’s Club. Moderated by James Henderson; incumbent Devon Mathis, Visalia mayor Warren Gubler and cattleman Jack Lavers addressed several topics throughout the night.  Mathis’ record on cap-and-trade […]

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Woodlake natives Eshom and Ian Nelms screen new film ‘Small Town Crime’ for the first ‘TIME’ in Tulare County April 19

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – Hollywood director chairs are filled with famed siblings, including the Wachowski brothers (or sisters?) of Matrix fame, and the Cohen brothers, nominated for 13 Academy Awards. And two brothers from Woodlake may be the next siblings to make the short list of sibling director duos.     Woodlake natives Eshom and Ian […]

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Three restaurants dazzled the taste buds of Exeter on April 7 at Optimist Club of Exeter’s first Totally Forked

@TheSunGazette Three restaurants dazzled the taste buds of Exeter on April 7 at Optimist Club of Exeter’s first Totally Forked. Formerly Chocolate Romance, Totally Forked removed the constraints of having to use chocolate in the ingredients and unleashed the creativity of the chefs of this year’s participants – Café Lafayette, Hometown Emporium, and Monet’s Wine […]

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National Park Service seeks public input on Verizon proposal to place tower at Wuksachi Village

@TheSunGazette SEQUOIA NATIONAL PARK  – Cell towers are often considered an eyesore and an intrusion but a necessary part of the modern world. But do they belong in our National Parks? The National Park Service would like to hear what you think about it.  The National Park Service (NPS) is initiating public scoping on a […]

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Two K-9s attacked during arrests

One police dog was punched several times while the other was choked, but both are okay @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Two K-9s were assaulted last week but still made the arrests of two men who refused to follow orders from officers. One K-9 was punched repeatedly and the other was choked during struggles with suspects in […]

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Visalia Police will be on the lookout for drivers using their phones during April, Distracted Driving Awareness Month

@TheSunGazette VISALIA  – If you are looking to avoid some bad luck this Friday the 13th, you could start by putting down your phone while you’re driving. If not, you could get a ticket, or even die because of your distracted driving! This Friday, April 13, has been designated the second of two statewide enforcement […]

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