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Visalia accepts non-profit with ‘Open Arms’

@TheSunGazette visalia – Like funeral planning, hospice care is not always an easy subject. Watching a loved one die, even a peaceful death, is often viewed as a negative. But for most, the time spent with family members before they pass is cherished and preferred to someone passing suddenly. Hospice care allows a chance to rekindle […]

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Visalia Unified School District teachers bargain for 1-year salary increase

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN visalia – The Visalia Unified School District (VUSD) and Visalia Unified Teachers Association (VUTA) reached an agreement for the 2017-18 school year.  The agreement includes a 2.5% increase to the salary schedule. Step and column movement on the salary schedule will also be funded by the District.  For the 2017-18 school year, the […]

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Tulare County Crop Report

SMALL GRAINS AND OTHER FIELD CROPS: Fields are being prepared and planted with summer beans, silage corn, Sudan grass, and silage sorghum. Wheat harvest for grain is nearing completion. Small grains such as oats and barley are being cut and baled, or harvested for grain. Alfalfa fields are making excellent progress; and being irrigated, cut, […]

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Watch out for card skimming scam

@TheSunGazette tulare county — The Tulare County Sheriff’s Office received reports of credit and debit card skimming machines at two gas stations in southern Tulare County. The Sheriff’s Department would like residents to be vigilant to avoid becoming a victim. To prevent cards from possible fraud, there are a few steps to follow. First, only use ATMs […]

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Ruiz4Kids rewards Valley students

@TheSunGaztte tulare county – Out of the $522,500 scholarship dollars Ruiz 4 Kids awarded to students, a whopping $345,000 went to students from the Central Valley. A total of 317 valley students were recipients of the 2017 Ruiz 4 Kids Scholarships. There were also 21 students from Exeter, Farmersville and Lindsay. Each of these students […]

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Lunch is still in when school is out

@TheSunGazette Lindsay Unified School district will be offering a free Summer Feeding Program from children 18 and younger. All children can go to one of the four participating sites and receive a free meal. All meals must then be eaten on site. Until July 20, children may go to McDermont Field House between Monday and […]

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COS saves local taxpayers $12million

@TheSunGazette visalia — College of the Sequoias (COS) completed a refinancing of bonds last week that will save taxpayers in Hanford, Visalia and Tulare more than $12 million. Dale Scott & Company (DS&C) served as the financial advisor to help the district refinance the bonds and take advantage of lower interest rates without lengthening the payback […]

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Lindsay kids get red carpet treatment

@TheSunGazette lindsay – Movies are no longer just being created by the top film directors, they’re being made by everyday people, including students. Lindsay Unified School District conducted a film contest for thousands of its learners. After all their hard work, the winners were revealed. Reagan Elementary won two out of the three age brackets, […]

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CHP helps teen drivers ‘Start Smart’ with driver’s ed course

@TheSunGazette visalia – The number one killer of teens in America is automobile collisions. Each year, approximately 4,000 teenagers are killed to these preventable collisions and another 400,000 teenagers are seriously injured. These deaths and injuries can be substantially reduced or prevented by eliminating high-risk driving behaviors through education. The California Highway Patrol’s (CHP) “Start […]

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