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ELECTION UPDATE – Post Election Night Results

ELECTIONS UPDATE Post election night results show that Senate District 14 is beginning to fall into the hands of Melissa Hurtado as she breaks over 50%, leading 52.1% to incumbent Andy Vidak’s 47.9%. Visalia residents turned out to vote in favor of Measure A. The measure has now surpassed the 55% threshold required to pass […]

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Exeter takes hard look at its financial future

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN EXETER – Exeter’s deficit spending is becoming a critical problem according to city manager Adam Ennis. Two weeks ago at their Oct. 23 meeting the Exeter City Council received a update on the City’s finances, and what they can expect moving forward. One message was clear by the end of it […]

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Exeter changes water conservation ordinance in favor of development

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN EXETER – California’s drought continues to keep local government on edge when it comes to water conservation. But the City of Exeter is making some exceptions in favor of development. The Exeter City Council voted 4-0 in favor of slight changes to their Stage 3 water conservation ordinance, including lifting a […]

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Visalia City Council disagrees on whether the city should build a civic center, community center or aquatics center

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – A presentation about a proposed community center turned into a longterm planning discussion that spilled over into an aquatics center and then shifted to the need for a civic center last month. Parks and Recreation Director Jeannie Greenwood presented the estimated costs associated with a southside community center to […]

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State grants help Tulare County cut down on fire risk

Tulare County receives $1.3 mil. to remove dead trees surrounding five mountain communities By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN TULARE COUNTY – The state government is pitching in to help Tulare County cut down its fire risk in the epicenter of the tree mortality crisis in the Sierra Nevada mountains. At its Oct. 30 meeting, the Tulare […]

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Monarchs claim back-to-back D-II titles

Corinne Acosta and Teagan Bryant come through with crucial points in fifth set for 3-2 win By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN VISALIA – It had been nine years since the Exeter Monarchs won a valley championship, but even longer since they had a shot at defending one. They capitalized on the opportunity last Saturday when they […]

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Ag commissioner announces open walnut-buying period

@TheSunGazette TULARE COUNTY – Get your nuts this Friday. Tulare County Agricultural Commissioner Marilyn Wright announced last week the walnut-buying period will begin this Friday, Nov. 9 as the County’s nut theft ordinance continues to be enforced. “Commercial production and handling of walnuts constitute an important industry here in Tulare County” Wright said. “Unfortunately, some […]

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Family Healthcare Network bids for lease of County facility for health clinic in Tulare

By Nancy Vigran Reporter for the Sun-Gazette VISALIA – With district voters deciding on the fate of its hospital Tuesday, Tulare is also poised to see more healthcare alternatives return to the city with the potential lease of county-owned space at 1062 S. K St. to Family Healthcare Network (FHCN). Tulare County offered the 16,000-square-foot […]

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Western Milling to pay $2.4 mil. in settlement with horse owners

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN GOSHEN – A Tulare County feed producer has agreed to pay $2.4 million to settle a lawsuit over contaminated product that killed or severely injured 50 horses in the Central Valley. “Western Milling has yet to apologize to plaintiffs regarding this terrible tragedy, but has agreed to pay $2.4 Million in […]

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Three Rivers welcomes the holidays with rekindled tradition

By Nancy Vigran Reporter for the Sun-Gazette THREE RIVERS – Three Rivers is restarting an old holiday tradition by lighting up the North Fork Bridge. The community submitted the proposal to the county in October, and received its approval not only for this year’s event, but to continue on, indefinitely, for years to come. It […]

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