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Brian Poochigian to be youngest Visalia city councilman

36-year-old logistics supervisor will replace Warren Gubler on the Visalia City Council By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – Brian Poochigian may have been the youngest of the three candidates vying for a seat on the City Council, but the 36-year-old had the most political experience, and ultimately, the most votes. Poochigian finished election night with […]

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Visalia Emergency Aid Council races to end hunger

Visalia Emergency Aid Council hosts its 14th annual “Race Against Hunger” on Nov. 22 VISALIA – If giving back is your thing there is a way to do it while making extra room for the Thanksgiving feast later in the day. The Visalia Emergency Aid Council is once again hosting their “Race Against Hunger” on […]

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Serial armed robber sentenced to prison

John Torales of Farmersville robbed seven convenience stores in less than one month in 2015 @TheSunGazette VISALIA – A serial armed robber from Farmersville who has terrorized convenience store clerks for the last decade was sentenced to 81 years in prison last week. On Nov. 5, Tulare County Superior Court Judge Joseph Kalashian sentenced John […]

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Obituary: Wanda Ayers

Wanda Ayers passed away in Visalia, Calif. She was 87 years old.  She was preceded in death by her constant companions, husband, Ras Ayers, and son, Merle Ayers; beloved parents, Huley and Ethel Pinion; and sisters Bertha Smith, Colleen Dodson, and Norma Phillips.  She was the loving caretaker for her handicapped son, Merle, for many […]

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Exeter to tour the Beckers’ home in Woman’s Club Home Tour

Sepp and Nancy Becker put on display their beautifully built 1906 home on South E Street By Cindy Vladez Exeter Womens Club EXETER – The home of Sepp and Nancy Becker, purchased by them in 2007, is located in a well maintained beautiful historic area of Exeter. It has a view of the tree-lined City […]

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Wildfire smoke prompts health caution, no burn in effect

Health officials across the valley issue health caution for public due to poor air quality from surrounding wildfires @TheSunGazette San Joaquin Valley – Fires have ravaged entire neighborhoods all over California and now the smoke is drifting its way into the Central Valley. Local air officials have been prompted to issue a health caution because […]

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Benefit concert at LCT helps Lindsay Theater marquee restoration

Rock and country singer Scott Helmer brings his message of hope to Lindsay community @TheSunGazette LINDSAY – A benefit concert to help pay for the restoration of the Lindsay Theater marquee is set for this Saturday, Nov 17 at 7:30 p.m. This benefit features a talented young artist, Scott Helmer, who performs a one-man Rock […]

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Local water expert Dave Schafer to receive lifetime award

Dick Schafer to be honored by the Association of California Water Agencies @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Richard Schafer will be honored later this month with the Lifetime Achievement Award by the Association of California Water Agencies. Schafer has been the principal and consulting engineer with R.L. Schafer & Associates in Visalia since 1961. He has had […]

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Ivanhoe Boys & Girls Club dedicates sports field to Bob Felts. Sr.

Ivanhoe sports field’s grand opening will be a dedication to Bob Felts Sr. who established the first youth center in Ivanhoe @TheSunGazette IVANHOE – The Boys & Girls Clubs of the Sequoias will be celebrating the grand opening of their brand-new sports field located at the ​Ivanhoe Boys & Girls Club​ tomorrow,  Thursday, Nov. 15. The […]

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