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Boys & Girls Club of the Sequoias announces new board members

Bill Adams is president; Jeff Beck, Dustin Stewart to serve as VPs of non-profit serving Tulare County youth @TheSunGazette VISALIA – The Boys & Girls Clubs of the Sequoias, which offers programs for youth at 14 sites throughout Tulare County, has expanded its Board of Directors. The new board members are: Carlos Aleman, Managing Broker, […]

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Tulare County Board of Supervisors pass ordinance holding hosts accountable for drug use at house parties

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – Now that recreational marijuana is legal, the Tulare County Sheriff’s Office felt it was time to tie up some loose ends when it comes to their drug enforcement. Their latest adjustment was aimed at party hosts. On Jan. 23 the Tulare County Board of Supervisors approved a social host ordinance that holds […]

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Historic Lemon Cove Women’s Club holds open house on March 17

LEMON COVE – Lemon Cove Women’s Club’s Open House will be held from 1 to 4 p.m. on Saturday, March 17 at the clubhouse, located at 32792 Sierra Drive (Highway 198) in Lemon Cove. There will be drinks, desserts and a bake sale. The 2nd floor museum, an important part of Tulare County history, will […]

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Sixth graders compete in anti-tobacco challenge

Woodlake Valley Middle, Three Rivers Elementary among 20 teams in game show-style competition @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Sixth grade students in Woodlake and Three Rivers will be among 20 teams to compete in the 18th Annual Anti-Tobacco Challenge Bowl today, Wednesday, Feb. 14. The competition, hosted by the Tulare County Office of Education’s CHOICES Prevention Program, […]

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Local Agency Formation Commission reviews annexations, establishes boundaries

@TheSunGazette VISALIA — Have you ever wondered why city boundaries don’t look more square on the map? Questioned why the city limits continue to expand while there is still vacant property within the boundaries? Or why cities grow around county property leaving it cut off from county services? Well, the agency that makes those decisions would […]

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Gardening Guru: Garden Tips for February

By Peyton Ellas UCCE Master Gardener Spring has been beginning in February in recent years here in Tulare and Kings Counties, but early in the month it is still winter with snow, rain and frost possible. If rainfall is light, you should deep water your trees. Even trees without leaves (deciduous) require some water through […]

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Sweet Valentine Treats: Stackable Ombre Heart Cookies

Each stacked cookie serves 1. Ingredients: Favorite roll-out cookie recipe Royal icing (recipe on wilton.com) Rose Icing Color Heart Micro Mini Icing Decorations Instructions: Prepare and roll out cookie dough following recipe directions. Use 3 smallest cutters from 4-piece heart nesting cookie cutter set to cut out shapes. Bake and cool cookies. Divide royal icing […]

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Sweet Valentine Treats: Scalloped Heart Cookies

Each cookie serves 1. Ingredients: Favorite roll-out cookie recipe Ready-To-Use White Creamy Decorator Icing Icing Colors: Burgundy, Red-Red and Christmas Red Instructions: Prepare and roll out dough following recipe directions. Use largest cutter from the four-piece heart nesting cookie cutter set to cut out shape. Bake and cool cookies. Divide icing into four equal portions. […]

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World Ag Expo announces Top-10 New Products

Automated orchard sprayer from Kingsburg is among Top-10 New Products featured at World Ag Expo @TheSunGazette TULARE – A revolutionary product with the ability to automate orchard spraying was named one of the Top-10 New Products at this year’s World Ag Expo, and it will make the shortest trip as it was designed just up […]

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Best Buy grant provides lessons in coding at the Boys & Girls Club

By Melinda Morales Special to the Sun-Gazette FARMERSVILLE – Drop by the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Sequoias Farmersville unit on any weekday afternoon and you might find kids shooting hoops in the full-size gymnasium, doing homework in one of two learning centers, or learning to write code during a computer science lesson. The […]

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