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Exeter gallery features gourd art thru May

Gourd artists Toni Best, Diana Pearcy, and Sam McKinney will exhibit works at Courthouse Gallery of the Arts @TheSunGazette EXETER – Beauty may be in the eye of the beholder, but the artwork on display at the Exeter art gallery is undeniably “gourdgeous.”  “Absolutely Gourdgeous!” featuring gourd artists Toni Best, Diana Pearcy, and Sam McKinney, […]

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Suncrest named top 100 community banks in the nation

Visalia-based bank ranks 30th in the nation, 6th in state for returns, efficiency, and loan growth @TheSunGazette VISALIA – One local community bank is among the top performing in the nation. On April 9, Visalia-based Suncrest Bank was named one of the Top 100 Best-Performing Community Banks for 2018 by S&P’s Global Market Intelligence, a […]

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Burglar punches man in the face, then robs him with knife

Visalia police officers are still on the lookout for suspect who burglarized victim with a knife at the park at Paseo and Villa @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Police preach that when confronted by a burglar, just give them what they’re asking for. Afterall, property can always be replaced. Though sometimes, you can give up your possessions […]

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Visalia Chamber announces 2019 Business of the Year award finalists

Small, Medium, and Large Business, as well as Nonprofit of the Year winners will be announced at Annual Awards celebration on June 13 @TheSunGazette VISALIA – The Visalia Chamber of Commerce announced business award finalists last week for its 2019 Annual Awards. This year, dozens of businesses and individuals were nominated by the community for […]

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City activates bike, pedestrian signal on Riggin

Santa Fe Trail crossing was funded using Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality grant, Measure R funds @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Cars have had a wide, open roadway without stops on Riggin Avenue/St. John’s Parkway between Dinuba Boulevard and Burke Street for several years, but now they’ll have to pay close attention to a signal for bicycle […]

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Letter to the Editor: From CASA of Tulare County’s new executive director

Dear Editor, I’m excited and honored with the opportunity as Executive Director of CASA of Tulare County, to carry the personal responsibility of challenging myself and staff to remain focused on our needs to be the best we can be. We must spread the word about our cause, so that we can invest in recruiting, training, and […]

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Deputies stumble into illegal honey oil lab, arrest operator

Tulare County Sheriff’s Deputies arrest Carlos Juan Guereca from Visalia for operating honey oil lab in Lemon Cove @TheSunGazette LEMON COVE – Sometimes police work will lead law enforcement into unpredictable situations. Like when they are looking for someone with a gun and instead find a high capacity honey oil lab. Last Wednesday, April 10, […]

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Residents say Farmersville needs safer sidewalks

City’s Active Transportation and Safety Enhancement Plan identifies sidewalks as the top issue facing residents @TheSunGazette FARMERSVILLE – Farmersville has done a lot to improve roads throughout the city over the last four years. With new roads came better sidewalks, more street lights, and safer streets. But not every street in town has a sidewalk […]

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College of the Sequoias receives $117,000 from COS Foundation for projects on campus

Laser cutter, documentary video library, among projects funded by COS Foundation donations @TheSunGazette VISALIA — A laser cutter for science labs. Free access to a video library of more than 30,000 documentaries. Additional seating in the Learning Resource Center. These were just some of the projects being funded at College of the Sequoias thanks to […]

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Crop Report

SMALL GRAINS AND OTHER FIELD CROPS: Wheat and alfalfa crops continue to mature well. Silage crops are being cut. Fields are beginning to be planted for spring silage. Cover crops planted between rows in orchards are being incorporated into the soil. Calf starter pellets are being shipped to Qatar. DECIDUOUS TREE FRUITS, NUTS, AND GRAPES: […]

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