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Obituary: Ralph Macher

Ralph Macher Ralph Macher of Exeter, Calif. passed away Feb. 7, 2018 in Exeter. He was born April 2, 1937 in Kansas. He was in the newspaper business in Riverside, Calif. for 44 years. No services will be held at this time. Arrangements by Smith Family Chapel in Exeter. Online condolences may be made at […]

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Patriotic, World War II era roadshow pulls into Visalia Fox Theater on Feb. 19

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – Written as a thank you note to the greatest generation, The All Hands on Deck! Show is a World War II era roadshow and radio broadcast re-creation with heart-warming songs, tight harmonies, rousing on-air antics, classic commercials and a sing-a-long excitement, all accompanied by the warm sounds of the live nine-piece Hollywood […]

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WIB covers cost for workers to ‘UpSkill’

Frontline Supervisory Academy and Essential Workplace Skills classes at COS help entry level workers obtain the skills to become supervisors @TheSunGazette TULARE — Tulare County is always near the top of the list of areas with available workforce, but most of those workers only have the skills necessary to obtain an entry level position. Where […]

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Chevron Food Mart earns its stripes as Lindsay’s Business of the Year

Jagmohan Singh turns an opportunity into the 2017 Lindsay Business of the Year award @TheSunGazette LINDSAY – America is often referred to as the land of opportunity, but whether a person takes advantage of that opportunity is a matter of choice. Jagmohan Singh seized the opportunity to purchase the Chevron City Food Mart in 2003 […]

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Exeter resident swindled in South African scam

Sheriffs respond to an Exeter resident who was swindled out of $1,200 online after a malware threat @TheSunGazette EXETER – It is a difficult day and age to be giving out personal information online, much less money. Too often misleading pop-ups and notifications can steer users in a dark direction. And on Tuesday, Feb. 6, […]

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Woodlake closes block of Valencia Boulevard from Sierra to Sequoia for widening and sidewalk project

@TheSunGazette WOODLAKE – A one block section of Valencia Boulevard will be closed for at least a month as the City of Woodlake will widen the road and add curb, gutters and sidewalks to extend the work already done through downtown. Caltrans, in cooperation with the City, closed Valencia Boulevard (Highway 245) between Sierra Street […]

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Kulwinder Bains turns Willie’s Market into the nicest gas station in Lindsay

@TheSunGazette LINDSAY – A staple in the Lindsay community, Willie’s Market has been around for some time. However, when it first changed ownership 18 years ago it needed some improvements. Now it’s façade and well manicured grounds have earned it the Lindsay Chamber of Commerce’s 2017 Beautification Award. Instead of just keeping up the business, […]

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Exeter Monarchs of the Week and Sports Extra

Exeter Monarchs of the Week Each week, Exeter Union High School coaches will nominate outstanding players in each sport. These players will be featured here in the newspaper as well as at Kirkman’s VIP Pizza. This week’s players are listed below. SOCCER Miguel Lara – boys’ team Bryce Maurer – girls’ team BASKETBALL Tiffany Campbell […]

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Lindsay police officers arrest two for heroine use and possession

@TheSunGazette LINDSAY – Kids can be unruly at time, especially when they’re teenagers. But rarely does unruly end up in arrested. But that was the case when Lindsay police officers responded to 1849 E. Tulare Rd. for a report of an out-of-control juvenile on the morning of Thursday, Jan. 31. Upon arrival officers contacted the […]

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