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VUSD’s top educators get raises

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN visalia – The top educators at Tulare County’s largest school district received raises last month. At its July 11 meeting, the Visalia Unified School District Board approved a 2.5% salary increase this school year and a new salary schedule for its superintendent and assistant superintendents. Dr. Todd Oto, superintendent of Visalia […]

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Woman, man hit crossing Mooney Blvd.

@TheSunGazette visalia – A Visalia woman remains in critical condition after being stuck by a car while trying to cross Mooney Boulevard. Brittany Lamb, 31, sustained major injuries while crossing Mooney just north of Orchard Street. She was transported to Kaweah Delta Medical Center before being transferred to Community Regional Medical Center in Fresno where […]

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Passenger rail may stop in foothill towns again

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN visalia – Regardless of your politics regarding high speed rail, almost everyone can agree on the need for more mass transit, preservation of rail lines and reducing the amount of emissions on the road. And the California High Speed Rail (HSR) project could bring all of those things despite its multi-billion-dollar […]

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Community Calendar

August 9 – Ribbon cutting for Riverway Elementary School at 1341 W. Glendale Ave. in Visalia at 4 p.m. August 12 – The Hell of a Half Marathon from 7 to 11 a.m. The 13.1-mile run begins at Exeter Veterans Memorial Park, 324 N. Kaweah Ave. in Exeter. Proceeds benefit the Alisa Ann Ruch Burn […]

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Planetarium offers space shows to public

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN visalia – Most kids have gazed up at the night sky in wonder about the reaches of the far beyond. Since 2015, the Tulare County Office of Education has operated the Peña Planetarium to teach students about space. Beginning this month, the Planetarium is bringing back a series of shows that […]

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Chamber readies for Oktoberfest

@TheSunGazette visalia – Most beer connoisseurs know they have to go all the way to Germany to get a true taste of the world renowned Oktoberfest. But that can be expensive, timely and all together inconvenient for the busybodies of Visalia. So instead the Visalia Chamber of Commerce is giving Visalians a small taste of […]

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Prepare for back-to-school shopping the smart way

@TheSunGazette fresno – Back to school shopping is some of the most expensive shopping there is. There are back to school clothes, binders, backpacks, shoes, pencils, pens, tablets and so much more. For the parents that have multiple children going back to school at the math really starts to add up. That is why the […]

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Amara the admirable ambassador

By Achelle Reynoso Special to the Sun-Gazette exeter – The city of Exeter has been lucky enough to receive 11-year-old junior ambassador Amara Doshi’s volunteerism and love for the community for almost a year. Doshi and her mother, Amanda, moved to Exeter to be closer to their family, and have since fallen in love with […]

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For week ending August 5, 2017 SMALL GRAINS AND OTHER FIELD CROPS: Alfalfa fields are making excellent progress; and continue being irrigated, cut, and baled. Corn and sorghum for silage is still being cultivated and irrigated. The corn silage crop is in various stages of development, from already producing tassels to developing ears. Cotton continues […]

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