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Sun-Gazette goes two for two in Gruner Awards

Sun-Gazette editor Paul Myers and publisher Reggie Ellis win meritorious public service award and best news story from annual George Gruner awards @TheSunGazette FRESNO – Valley reporters descended on Fresno last week, but not to investigate any misdeeds or cover any breaking news. Instead they were there to recognize each other’s accomplishments. Put on by […]

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Several Strathmore homes were forced to evacuate because of flooding from Frazier Creek

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN STRATHMORE – Eleven Strathmore homes were forced to evacuate last Friday after a plugged undershoot failed to redirect water from Frazier Creek to a holding pond near Highway 65. Friant Water Authority communications manager Alexandra Biering issued a press release on Saturday assuring that flooding was not the result of overtopping or […]

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Editorial: Lindsay lacks leadership in light of public outcry

Residents in Lindsay have read the Sun-Gazette article “Lindsay claims functional bankruptcy” and listened to the companion Paper Trail podcast, “Lindsay admits their functional bankruptcy.” Complicated items were explained with clarity, and they didn’t need an advanced degree in public administration to understand the issues. They understood that the City had taken their money meant […]

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Wet winter aids groundwater replenishment

Calif. Department of Water Resources says wells could rise 10-30 feet in certain parts of the state By Christine Souza California Farm Bureau SACRAMENTO – Heavy rains this winter will help replenish groundwater aquifers and benefit projects that use excess surface water to recharge groundwater basins. Water managers say such projects will be key to […]

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Gang member found guilty of murder in 2016 shooting at gas station

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – A Visalia man is facing 118 years in prison after killing one and injuring another during a gang shooting more than two years ago. On March 4, a Tulare County Superior Court Judge Kathryn Montejano found Apfu See, 28, guilty of first-degree murder, attempted murder, and shooting at an occupied vehicle. Each […]

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Grand theft of ag property would fund rural crime prevention programs in Central Valley, Central Coast

@TheSunGazette SACRAMENTO – A local legislator is tired of seeing criminals bite the hands that feed the nation.  Senator Shannon Grove (R-Bakersfield) introduced a bill last month to help law enforcement agencies combat agriculture theft. If passed, Senate Bill 224 would create a new category for grand theft of agricultural property. SB 224 would also […]

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Sports Extra

Softball Monarchs take second at Buchanan tourney Exeter’s run toward the Buchanan Tournament championship was cut short by rain on Saturday, March 9. At the time the game was called they trailed the Dos Palos Broncos 6-1. Exeter defeated the Riverdale Cowboys, 10-1, the Fowler Redcats, 3-1, and the Hoover Patriots, 12-1, on their way […]

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Create Miniature Gardens

By Priscilla Girard UCCE Master Gardener Creating a perfect little world where magic can happen is what got me hooked on miniature gardens. Creating these little scenes brings out our inner child and offers endless opportunities to stimulate our imaginations and express our creativity. The first decision to make—what theme or scene do you desire? […]

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ID thief sentenced to prison after stealing 85 identities

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – A Visalia woman was running a prolific identity theft business out of a car just to keep up with her drug habit. On March 5, Tulare County Superior Court Judge Gary Paden sentenced 27-year-old Jessica Murphy to 12 years in state prison for financial and drug crimes. On Jan. 29, Murphy pleaded […]

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