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Miranda Rae Mayo of NBC’s ‘Chicago Fire’ to ignite interest in benefit for Visalia Emergency Aid Council

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – Miranda Rae Mayo provides plenty of emergency aid as Stella Kidd in the hit NBC show Chicago Fire. But this Saturday, Mayo will be coming to the rescue of all Visalians in need of food, assistance and information. Mayo is one of the biggest names in a list of celebrities that will […]

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Nielsen & Associates Insurance Services Inc. opens second office in Paso Robles, Calif.

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN EXETER – Insurance can be as detached as a voice mail referring you to a website or as personable as a familiar face meeting you down the street. Nielsen & Associates Insurance Services Inc. in Exeter prefers the latter and so do the customers here and at their new office in the […]

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BBB says tens of thousands of consumers may have been scammed by cute puppy offerings

@TheSunGazette ARLINGTON, TX – A new report estimates that tens of thousands of consumers in the U.S. and around the world may have fallen victim to the scam, with prospective buyers each losing anywhere from one hundred to thousands of dollars to the thieves. Better Business Bureau (BBB) warns that the scams are so widespread that anyone […]

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TULARE CO. CROP REPORT

For the week ending October 7, 2017. SMALL GRAINS & OTHER FIELD CROPS: Alfalfa fields continue to be irrigated, cut, and baled. Sorghum fields are being harvested. Corn silage continues to be harvested. Cotton harvesting has started in some county fields. Black-eyed beans continue to be harvested. DECIDUOUS TREE FRUITS, NUTS, & GRAPES: Peaches, nectarines, and plums […]

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Financial Focus: International Investing: Still a Journey to Consider

Submitted by Jasion Norton Columbus Day is observed on October 9. And while it may be true that Leif Erikson and the Vikings beat Columbus to the New World, Columbus Day nonetheless remains important in the public eye, signifying themes such as exploration and discovery. As an investor, you don’t have to “cross the ocean […]

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Feature: Freshman Rosalind Dixon is the latest runner to benefit from the coaching styles of Darin Lasky at EUHS

By Patrick Dillon @pdillon_sgn EXETER – Look toward the east from anywhere in Exeter and you’ll see one of the toughest training hills along the mountain range-Rocky Hill. Its steep grades have been the site of countless training routines for both amateur and professional athletes alike, as they prepare for their next competition. So when the […]

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Football: Cardinals start ESL play 1-0 with shutout win over Sierra Pacific

By Patrick Dillon @pdillon_sgn LINDSAY – Over the last three weeks the Lindsay Cardinals have been on the losing side of the final result. Those results made starting off East Sequoia League play against the 2016 D-VI Valley Champion runner-up that much harder. Last Friday night the Cardinals left nothing to chance as they blanked the […]

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Football: Golden West bounces back from first loss of the season with big win over the Lemoore Tigers

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN VISALIA – Golden West’s first loss of the season could have easily led to two for a weaker team. But the Golden West Trailblazers are no weak team. Instead they took their frustration out on their next West Yosemite League (WYL) opponent, the Lemoore Tigers. By the time it was all said […]

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Football: Spartans continue their league dominance with their 8th straight East Sequoia League win

By Patrick Dillon @pdillon_sgn WOODLAKE – There were concerns regarding how the Strathmore Spartans would fair when they began East Sequoia League competition. Chief among them being if their starters were in good enough game shape. Many only saw one half of play during non-league games as the Spartans outscored their opponents by a combined score […]

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Football: Turnovers, penalty yards and lack of production land the Monarchs on the losing side of CSL opener

By Patrick Dillon @pdillon_sgn STRATHMORE – With the opening of their home stadium being postponed the Exeter Monarchs once again were forced to play at a neutral site last Friday night. This time at Spartan Stadium in Strathmore as the Monarchs (4-2; 0-1) opened up Central Sequoia League play by getting shutout 42-0 to the Kingsburg […]

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