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Visalia Players take the wheel for Driving Miss Daisy

Live shows and matinees at the Ice House Theater begin Oct. 27 @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Based on author Alfred Uhry’s life with his grandmother, the play depicts Daisy’s relationship with her African-American chauffeur, Hoke. Set between 1948 and 1973, we see Daisy, a Jewish woman of Atlanta, adjusting to the “indignities” of her perceived loss […]

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Visalia is buzzing with business: Sportsman’s Warehouse opening kicks off busy month

Sportsman’s Warehouse opens, Marriott makes plans and new gym and eatery on the way @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Business has been booming in Visalia in the last month. Since it was first reported that UPS had acquired 58 acres in the City’s booming industrial park for a mid-state distribution center, Visalia is now home to a […]

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Visalia Rotary announces first showcase fundraiser

Rotary Club of Visalia will hold its first showcase fundraiser event, featuring pianist and entertainer Tim Buie, at the Wyndham Hotel on Friday, Nov. 10. @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Showcase will raise funds through the dinner-dance, a silent auction and door prizes, with all proceeds going to benefit community causes and organizations ranging from The Rotary […]

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Service club helps local woman afford service dog

The Foothill Rotary Club of Lindsay donates $500 to Leah Benitez to help pay for service dog @TheSunGazette LINDSAY – Unlike a broken leg people can’t see how or why someone with anxiety is suffering, so all too often it goes overlooked. Instead people deal with their challenge in silence and take any opportunity they […]

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State offers tax relief for county businesses impacted by wildfires

Department of Tax and Fee Administration offers relief, extensions to businesses impacted by wildfires in Madera, Mariposa and Tulare counties @TheSunGazette SACRAMENTO – The California Department of Tax and Fee Administration (CDTFA) is offering tax relief to those impacted by central Sierra and Yosemite fires. Gov. Edmund G. Brown Jr. issued an emergency proclamation for Madera, Mariposa, […]

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Ivanhoe molester denied parole

Ernie Sedillo, 66, is serving life in prison for six counts of child molestation and two counts of robbery @TheSunGazette VISALIA – An Ivanhoe man serving life in prison for robbery and child molestation was denied parole last week. On Oct. 10, the California State Parole Board denied parole for Ernie Sedillo, age 66, who […]

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Students in grades 3-8 are treated to symphony concert, music history, etiquette lesson

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – Since 1959, the Tulare County Office of Education and the Tulare County Symphony have partnered to bring symphonic music to the students of Tulare County. During the annual Young People’s Concerts, students are treated to a live orchestral performance, coupled with lessons in music history and concert etiquette. Over 9,000 students from […]

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FoodLink of Tulare County holds annual food day event on Oct. 28

@TheSunGazette EXETER – American society has clearly waffled on what food it thinks is best, and there are plenty of places to get information on the “right” balance of food. But hasn’t anyone just tried to figure out what food is. In this country it is a ubiquitous commodity sold on almost every corner, but […]

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Woodlake High School Theater Arts performs “A Dickens Christmas Carol” on Nov. 16 and 18

@TheSunGazette WOODLAKE – It isn’t Halloween yet but it still feels like the holiday season is right around the corner. And the Woodlake High School Theater Arts program hopes everyone will be in the Christmas spirit with their production of “A Dickens Christmas Carol.” Performances are Thursday, Nov. 16 and Saturday, Nov. 18 at 7 […]

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